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Welcome to Pull It Together, where the goal is to narrow the massive field of comic book titles to the ones you shouldn’t overlook. It isn’t about what’s on my pull list, it’s about what could be on yours!
Capaldi's Doctor is upon us, and next week we'll get to see how he handles (Handles?) the Daleks. Take a look at some pics from the episode featuring new characters with a Reservoir Dogs, color-based naming scheme!
It's been four years and thousands of racist tweets since someone first jokingly suggested that Community's Donald Glover should play Peter Parker in the rebooted The Amazing Spider-Man film series. Finally he's getting his chance to sling webs as the Ultimates Universe's Miles Morales in an upcoming story arc on Disney XD's The Ultimate Spider-Man.
Ozzy Man, who brought us this video depicting the actual ending of "The Mountain and the Viper" (seriously, that's the way it went down. Why am I crying?), continues his brand of surrealist Game of Thrones humor with this video where dialogue and sound effects are replaced by old-school video game noises. I don't know how it works, but it does. NSFW for butts.
I didn't need these creepy feelings about Westley. Take them back, YouTuber Phillip Raupach, please and thank you.
We'll have more to share with you regarding last night's Emmys later on in the day—like the winners of our version of the Emmys, Billy Crystal's tribute to Robin Williams, and what went down with Weird Al Yankovic and George R.R. Martin. But for now: The winners.
In her series Terreurs, french Photographer Laure Fauvel depicts children battling their fears. Take that, abandonment and self-consciousness!
Deadline is reporting that HBO and Paramount are joining forces to bring Scorsese's 2010 thriller to the small screen in a series that focuses on the history of the hospital and treatments for the mentally ill in the 1950s. I know, I know: but will it have a laugh track?
Sometimes it’s easy to see the potential of an iconic image from a first glance. War photography, Marilyn Monroe on a subway grate, Doge—that kind of stuff. Did I see that potential when I first saw Milo Manara’s variant Spider-Woman cover? No, I really just thought her butt looked weird.
Readers of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire know viewers of HBO's Game of Thrones can expect the series to really kick it into high gear in Season 5. But as it turns out, the network may have issue filming one scene thanks to church intervention. Read on for more, plus what an HBO exec had to say about the controversial sept scene from Season 4.
Remember a few weeks ago when everyone said Google was going to buy Twitch? And then remember a few weeks after that, when more people said Google was going to buy Twitch, and everyone seemed pretty sure it was a done deal? Surprise! Twitch has announced that they're being bought by Amazon! Oh, you thought I was going to say Google? Yeah, you're not the only one.
You dorks. You beautiful, beautiful dorks. Hit the jump for Stan Lee's, too.
You may have you own opinions on graffiti but this one, spotted by scrambler90, features badass Samus and I wish someone had done it on my wall.
Did you watch the Doctor Who season 8 premiere "Deep Breath" on Saturday? So did a bunch of other people: The episode was BBC America's highest-rated season premiere ever.
Remember last year when Disney's blog, Oh My Disney, put out an awesome collection to photoshops with all the Princesses on the covers of various fashion magazines? This year they're doing the same thing, but with male characters instead. Show More Summary
You won't guess which giant tech company is finally doing something about click-bait! It's Facebook, as they announced today in a blog post about new changes to the news feed that will help reduce the prevalence of click-bait headlines in your feed. That way you don't have any trouble finding all those important cat videos and self-righteous fitness tracker posts.
Last night happened, and now, for those of you who couldn't bring yourself to watch or are feeling a little nostalgic for the Bon Temps of yore, here is the last True Blood recap The Mary Sue will ever publish.
If you watched the Doctor Who Season 8 premiere, you may be wondering why the plot was based around... well, best to leave anything even remotely close to spoilers for after the jump. Needless to say, after we saw the episode a few weeks ago, that was our first question to showrunner Steven Moffat.
In the sixth video of the Feminist Frequency Tropes Vs. Women in Video Games series, Anita Sarkeesian expands upon the ideas from her last video—"Woman as Background Decoration"—and remarks on how female bodies are often seen both as sexual objects and as victims of male violence. Please note the content warning for graphic sexual and violent game footage.
Never before have I seen a web series so accurately depict the misanthropic ennui that comes with being a part of of the food service industry as Japan's Pizza Hut chain has in their latest campaign. "But the cats aren't doing anything," you're probably saying. Show More Summary