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Things We Saw Today: Her-POW! Short Films Remind Us That Women Have Always Been Heroes in Comics

We often talk about female heroes in comics as if they’re a more modern development, but heroines have always been a part of comics history since the very beginning.

Seriously? Lego Batman Is Under Fire for Its “Pro-Gay Propaganda”


The Lego Batman Movie has been out for a few weeks now, which (sigh) I suppose means the manufactured bigotry-based backlash is pretty much right on time.

Rewatch the LEGO Batman‘s Ending Musical Number and Sing Along With Your Friends Who Are Family

The LEGO Batman Movie is a super musical movie full of rapping, beatboxing, and tunes from the Batman himself, but one of my favorite songs is the number that plays at the credits that’s all about how friends are family you choose.

Review: The Belfry Packs So Much Intense Horror in a One-Shot Comic


Traveling via airplane is not my favorite activity. Too much is out of my control, too much can go wrong while I’m strapped into a metal tube hurtling through the air with a few hundred strangers.

Spoiler-Free Review: Jordan Peele’s Get Out Is Exactly The Thriller We Need Right Now - 4.5 out of 5 stars


Films like The Babadook, the story of a single mother protecting her child, and Desierto, a thriller about Mexicans being picked off by a crazed gunman at the southern border of the U.S, are compelling because the terrors they deal in are specific to an experience and told through a specific lens.

7 Earth-Size Worlds, Some Possibly Habitable, Discovered in Nearby Star System; We All Have the Same Reaction


NASA held a press event today to announce an exciting exoplanet discovery: seven roughly Earth-sized planets have been found orbiting a nearby star, with a few of them in the sweet spot for liquid water, and therefore life as we know it. So, the collective reaction of everyone across the Internet was basically, “Great!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Dealt With A Man Like Trump Before, and His Name Was Warren


While I was watching Buffy and taking care of myself and trying to cope with painful existence on a planet as bigoted and nonsensical as ours—because you can cope without getting lost in fiction—I found a character who felt strangely familiar, one who I never really thought much about before: Warren.

Women and Hollywood Put a Spin on Hamilton to Talk About Representation and Work to Be Done - "Hollywood (Our Work Isn't Done)"

Although we might be seeing some improvements for women behind and in front of the camera, it’s important to remember that our job is no where near done.

School Days Get Even More Absurd in My Entire High School Sinking Into The Sea

High school is already a weird and strange time for a lot of people, but My Entire High School Sinking Into The Sea takes that a hundred steps further.

Trump Supporters Are Now Going After the Pope With Biblesplaining Tweets - Because sure, why not?


Of all the many, many people who have caught the ire of Donald Trump and his followers on Twitter, one of the strangest has to be Pope Francis.

Yvette Nicole Brown Has No Patience For Donald Trump’s Use of Civil Rights Icons as Props

Yvette Nicole Brown was on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, where she expressed absolutely no patience for President Trump’s use of civil rights icons as props during his visit to the National Museum of African-American History.

Actor Taking Over Chewbacca Role for Peter Mayhew Shares Touching Letter About His Predecessor


Actor Joonas Suotamo, who will be officially taking over Chewbacca duties for the Han Solo Star Wars Story, penned a lovely, heartfelt letter to Peter Mayhew and Star Wars fans.

Legends of Tomorrow, Today: The Legends Get Medieval in “Camelot/3000”


It’s Legends of Tomorrow, Today, our weekly discussion thread for The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow! This week was “Camelot/3000,” which you can chat about with your fellow readers below, but remember to stay away until you’ve watched the episode to avoid spoilers.

The Flash Mob: “Attack on Gorilla City” Sets up for Next Week’s “Attack on Central City”


Welcome to The Flash Mob, our weekly discussion thread for episodes of The CW’s The Flash. This week, we’ve got big things to talk about—literally, gorillas are large, and last night’s episode was “Attack on Gorilla City.” Go ahead and discuss it with your fellow commenters, but only if you’ve already watched, because there will be spoilers.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Debrief Season 4 Episode 15: “Self Control”


Welcome back, Agents. Listen, I’m just gonna say it: obviously I have no idea when this season is going to end.

Mystery Science Theater 3000 Reboot Just Got a Premiere Date and a Cast Photo


The long road to bringing Mystery Science Theater 3000 back to TV with all new episodes is almost over, with the Kickstarter-backed Netflix reboot finally landing an official premiere date: Friday, April 14.

Transgender Talent, a Talent Agency Geared to Helping Trans Representation in Film


It’s clear to just about everyone that representation in Hollywood absolutely sucks. This is especially true for trans actors, actresses, writers, and directors.

Things We Saw Today: Meet the Cast of Alien: Covenant

Introducing the #AlienCovenant crew. Don’t miss @LegionFX on @FXNetworks tomorrow, February 22, for a special sneak peek.

In a Coordinated Act of Reistance, Theaters Across the Country Are Planning Screenings of 1984 - Welcome to the "United State of Cinema."


Over the last month (gawd, how has it only been a month?), George Orwell’s 1984 has become all too relevant.

For Roxane Gay, Simon & Schuster Canceling Milo Yiannopoulos’ Book At This Stage Is Too Little, Too Late


Back in January, feminist writer Roxanne Gay pulled her latest book, How to Be Heard, from her publisher, Simon & Schuster, because they were also giving a platform to known Bigot-of-All-Trades Milo Yiannopoulous. Lately, everyone (except for maybe Bill Maher) is starting to realize that Yiannopoulos is a liability, and are cutting ties with him, including Simon & Schuster.


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