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Interview: Comic Artist Katie Cook on Bronies and Fellow Artists Who are Currently Killing It

Because my specialty lines within movies and television, I don’t often speak with comic artists. I still jumped at the chance to talk to Katie Cook, the artist and illustrator best known for her work on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.

Am I Becoming a Monster? How Tokyo Ghoul & Contracted Demonstrate the Horror of Healing From Trauma

Content warning for discussion of sexual assault and eating disorders. I love horror. More to the point, I love bad horror.

This Is Not a Drill: Netflix’s Gilmore Girls Revival Trailer Is Here, and It Is Amazing - Wow, are we excited about this!

Hey, November 25: COPPER BOOM. — Gilmore Girls (@GilmoreGirls) October 25, 2016 Netflix’s Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life has a trailer!

Supergirl Recap: Season 2, Episode 3, “Welcome to Earth” - "Should I get a blow-out?" -Supergirl

image via Bettina Strauss/The CW This is the episode where Supergirl learns about a little thing we here on Earth like to refer to as objectivity.

Little Girl in Logan Trailer Confirmed to Be X-23, Does Anybody Else Smell a New Franchise?

Laura A photo posted by @wponx on Oct 23, 2016 at 7:23am PDT As we approach the release of the final Wolverine movie, Logan, the flurry (or would that be barrage) of reports coming from the production will amp up.

Things We Saw Today: Stray Cat Has Opinions On Current Events, Makes Surprise Appearance on Turkish TV News Show

This cat on a Turkish TV News show has some strong opinions about current events. Actually, it’s a stray that got in through an open door, but it decided that it needed to make its presence known during this TV News broadcast.

Invisible Universe Explores Connection Between Marginalized Voices and Real-World Oppression in Speculative Fiction

TMS’ Charline Jao reported on the crowdfund for an awesome-looking documentary called Invisible Universe: A History of Blackness in Speculative Fiction by filmmaker M.

Where Is the Nintendo Switch’s Big Selling Point? - Aside from Nintendo's software.

Late last week, while the world was still reeling from the third U.S. presidential debate of this all-consuming election cycle, Nintendo quietly revealed the Switch, formerly codenamed the “NX.” The brief trailer for the company’s next console didn’t reveal much in the way of specific information—maybe even less than we thought—but instead opted to show the portable/console concept in action.

Batman: The Telltale Series Trailer Promises Even More Tough Choices - And you thought episode two was rough.

Spoilers for Batman: The Telltale Series within; proceed at your own risk. Telltale Games’ latest Batman series is only two episodes into its five episode run, but that doesn’t mean the Dark Knight hasn’t had to make some tough calls already–and based on the newest trailer, the hard choices are far from over.

Westworld Recap: “Dissonance Theory”

Maddy and Teresa are back for their usual tag-team recap of Westworld. Maddy’s the Logan of the pair, who wants to pick holes in every little detail of the show, and Teresa’s the William, who’s optimistic about it all.

Reservoir Mercenary: Fans Petition Quentin Tarantino to Direct Deadpool 2

In the directorial vacuum that’s emerged since Tim Miller dropped out of directing Deadpool 2, a fan-backed contender could soon emerge.

Watch Steven Yeun Passionately Argue That Aliens Are Real on The Meltdown

The Walking Dead fans are no doubt still abuzz about the season 7 premiere episode, which was met with a number of mixed and negative reviews.

Andrew Garfield Says Spider-Man “Couldn’t Be in Any Better Hands,” Excited for Tom Holland

In an interview with Fandango, Andrew Garfield, whose superhero status ended with The Amazing Spider-Man 2, talks about how he felt being recast as the teenage web-slinger joined the Marvel movies.

This is Not a Drill: Girl Scout Cookie Cereal is Coming - But will it still only be for a limited time?

Yes, it's true! Girl Scouts Cookie cereals will hit U.S. stores in January. We'll share more details soon!

Massive Flash, Supergirl, Arrow, Legends Crossover Gets Title, Plus a Killer Lineup Photo

With the advent of Fall came the premiere of several of our favorite CW superhero shows. After decent amounts of buildup from all heroes involved, we’re on the cusp of a massive television crossover. Flash, Supergirl, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow are all joining together in a weeklong crossover event beginning on November 29th.

Interview: Long Way North’s Rémi Chayé and Henri Magalon on Capturing Exploration on a Budget and Their New Film

I was a big fan of the French-Danish co-production Long Way North (you can read my review here), so I was very excited to interview director Rémi Chayé and producer Henri Magalon.

New Moana Clip Features The Rock Showing Off His Pipes - Is there anything the man can't do?!

We just doin’ a little sanging over here or as we say in the streets, “I’m spittin’ that fire bruh!”🎤🔥.

Westworld‘s Jimmi Simpson Can’t Tell Us Anything About Man In Black Fan Theories…Can He? - But we don't actually want him to, do we?

Westworld is only four episodes deep and there are already myriad theories about the identity of The Man in Black, played by Ed Harris.

Bad Girls Do It Well: How I Learned to Love Jane the Virgin‘s Villainous Petra

Spoiler warning is in effect for seasons 1 to 3 of Jane the Virgin. Like many viewers, when I started watching Jane the Virgin (an adaptation of the Venezuelan telenovela Juana la Virgen), I deeply disliked Jane Villanueva’s nemesis Petra Solano.

Mario’s in Your Hands: Nintendo Switch May Have Image Projection, According to Patents

If Nintendo’s patents are any indication of what we can expect from the recently-announced Nintendo Switch, then the console will have nearly all the bells and whistles of any decent tablet released in the past few years.