Next week is the best week of the year! And I’m not just talking about SDCC. I’m talking about Shark Week on the Discovery Channel, when Discovery puts together a week’s worth of more shark-themed programming than you can shake a chum bucket at!
Villains. Without a good antagonist, the story doesn’t really go much of anywhere. What’s the Batman without the Joker?
Knew this week wasn’t going to be easy. Currently hiding behind a massive thank you gift from @TheMarySue readers.
ReBoot is coming back to TV, and a girl can dream, right? Lady Junk is written by Sam Maggs and illustrated by Jakface.
Magic Mike XXL is not as good as Magic Mike, and it is so, so much better for it. If the first film was marked by anything it was cognitive dissonance—a somber tone and a bummer of a plot about the saddest stripper in Florida.
[Trigger Warning for transmisogyny and brief discussion of suicide.] Airboy is a comic published by Image, it’s a story written by James Robinson and the art is by Greg Hinkle.
Look, I don’t want to freak anyone out but this might be the greatest Leia Organa Solo of all time. Sorry, Lemon.
Hayley Kiyoko, who will play lead guitarist Aja Leith in the upcoming Jem and the Holograms movie, discussed her own music and the queerness in the film in an interview with After Ellen.
There are several film franchise whose lore have literally been destroyed by their own massive success and financial demand for sequels.
We shouldn’t have to explain this. We’ve been through this before. Hell, that time we didn’t even have to deal with an actual printed slur.
WWF Rage Pager. 1999 ad. @TheRock pic.twitter.com/SrDxLP8mT1 — WWF Magazine Archive (@WWFMagArchive) June 23, 2015 Presented without further comment, because The Rock is perfect unto himself and does not need our petty explanations.
There’s a bright flash of green, and then I come to a sudden stop mid-air. I’m not sure where I am. I’m not at Adamant Fortress anymore.
The “Jurassic Zoo” meme totally has a winner! Chris Pratt singled out this adorable photo and commended this baby’s parents on his Facebook page.
It’s only a 20-second clip, but I can’t think of anything more emblematic of the two sides of the marriage equality fight than a small child holding out a symbol of unrestricted love unyieldingly while someone yells in her face about how much better their own version of “love” is.
In San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Theater, on the same stage where Apple reveals the newest iterations of their products, comic creators took to the stage to reveal their own newest creations.
The future is Rainbow Brite. Indy PopCon 2015 took place in downtown Indianapolis, at the Indiana Convention Center June 26-28.
In an interview over at Entertainment Weekly, Supergirl’s Melissa Benoist has a lot to say about living the dream and starring in a female-led superhero series.
What should’ve been a molehill has turned into a mountain, and it really, really shouldn’t have. Because adults should know better.
The time has come, to talk of many things. It is with indescribable sorrow I make my official goodbye post on the site I have come to love as if it were an extension of my body.
This week’s Entertainment Weekly is chock full of awesomeness. You’ve already seen this badass cover prominently featuring Wonder Woman, as well as a first glimpse of Doctor Who Season 9.