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Now do you believe me that Elon Musk is not-so-secretly Iron Man? The dude is worried about Ultron, for crap's sake! Whoever came up with this viral marketing campaign for Age of Ultron deserves a raise.
Who's scruffy-looking? Certainly not Tom Burns.
GamerGate is misogynist harassment hiding behind a thinly-veiled cry for "ethics!", and anyone wanting a real discussion about ethical problems in games journalism should have removed themselves from the hashtag weeks ago. Or, you know, started questioning huge companies instead of female indie devs. Show More Summary
We've seen highlights before but now, thanks to Nerdist, you can watch the entire Her Universe fashion show from San Diego Comic-Con 2014! We've also got a few exclusive photos of the geek couture pieces to feast your nerdy eyes upo...
Good news for TV watchers who are still psychologically broken from the finale of Roseanne: the zombie apocalypse drama The Walking Dead is not going to end with Rick Grimes still being stuck in his pilot episode coma. Wait, actually? For TV watchers who've been psychologically broken by TWD, that might be a bad thing. We're sorry for your apocalyptic non-loss.
Fluffy!! Check out some of the other pups who showed their geek pride at the annual Tompkins Square Park Dog Halloween Parade!
My emotions! I'm suddenly even more excited for the return of Reading Rainbow.
I don't remember this part of the movie.
Before bronies, before pegasisters, before Weird Al and his cheese accordion cutie mark, there was the '80s My Little Pony series. And now the classic MLP has a hoof-up on its popular modern reboot, Friendship is Magic: the entire original show is finally available on one four-disc DVD set.
Join two "stupid Americans" as they try out various foods talked about in Doctor Who, including Jammie Dodges, Jelly Babies, porridge with salt, and, of course, fish fingers and custard.
Laurie Holden was inspired to lend her efforts to anti-sex-trafficing forces after working with AIDS-infect survivors of sexual abuse.
Leigh Alexander, Gamasutra's Editor at Large, has been facing a lot of the same stuff most women in games culture have faced as of late—which is why it's awesome to see her get up on stage at XOXO Festival and talk about games writing and culture. And if you haven't seen Anita Sarkeesian's speech from XOXOFest, you should probably go and watch that too.
An episode focused around the bender kids, you say? Oh man, I dunno this could get lame quick. watches episode Crying? I don't know what you're talking about, it's just raining on my face.
Good news, Marvel fans! The big Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer leak means not only did we get the trailer early - but now we also get extra Ultron footage as a result!
You might have heard that there's a touch of misogyny floating around the games community at the moment - which is why it's so nice to see the double-standard in gaming perfectly illustrated in this video from Buzzfeed. "Are you buying that for your girlfriend's Xbox?"
The last of DC Entertainment's comic book fall TV series has premiered!
In almost any large western convention’s Artists Alley, tucked away here and there in between the series parody bookmarks and postcards, the slash pictures and color posters of “cute male couple on TV du jour,” you can find comic artists doing actual comics. These comics are often some of the most interesting finds at a […]
The day has come, fellow nerds. It is my last day at The Mary Sue. I want to thank all our readers for making this a great two years (and one month-ish) for me, filled with puns and funs and mentally stimulating discussion about all manner of geeky topics.
All you other Borderlands cosplayers can pack up your siren makeup and go home, because you're never gonna top this look by Fox. Except actually don't, because we love all of you. But you get what we're saying, right? Even the Borderlands writer loved this cosplay the most. (via Fashionably Geek)
As a Henson nerd, one of the highlights of New York City Comic Con for me was attending the "Jim Henson Company: Upcoming Comics With Archaia" panel. Unfortunately, it also gave me some pretty unrealistic career goals. How exactly does one become a Henson historian? Just asking for a friend.