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The Tuesday Edition - Oct 9, 2018
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Big on the Internet, himtoo, Internet Meme, memes

#HimToo Is the Best Internet Meme in a Long Time

By Rachel Leishman on Tue,1:00
This has become a surprisingly wholesome meme that doesn't seem to be stopping anytime soon, so get your #HimToo tweets out there.
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Comics, Batman (character), DC Comics, nudity

DC Is Really Worried About That Whole Batman Nudity Thing

By Kate Gardner on Tue,12:19
DC, of course, did not anticipate the press that the Caped Crusader's penis would garner.
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Movies, Danielle Harris, Halloween, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jamie Lloyd, John Carpenter

The Case for Jamie Lloyd From Halloween as the Perfect Final Girl

By Princess Weekes on Tue,11:50
Jamie Lloyd, the niece of Michael Myers, is one of the best additions to the Halloween franchise and I'll miss her in the upcoming series.
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TV, Batwoman, Kate Kane, Ruby Rose

Here’s Our First Look at Ruby Rose as Batwoman

By Jessica Mason on Tue,11:13
The CW has released the first image of what Batwoman will look like when she comes to life on screen in the three-part Arrowverse crossover event “Elseworlds.” The crossover will introduce Batwoman, aka Kate Kane, to the ever-expanding Arrowverse, and serve as a backdoor pilot for a standalone Batwoman series.
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Movies, Damien Chazelle, reviews, Ryan Gosling

Review: First Man Is a Technically Stunning Film Made at the Wrong Time

By Kate Gardner on Tue,11:03
I'm glad they decided against making it a story of American exceptionalism, but as with most historical films, they decide to focus mostly on white men.
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Big on the Internet, Books, The Mary Sue Book Club

The Mary Sue Book Club October Edition: Piracy, Falconry and Vampires

By Princess Weekes on Tue,8:25
October reading we have gay boys with giant falcons, queer women taking up piracy, a little bit of romance and what's Halloween without a vampire or two? Happy Reading!
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Books, Anne Rice, blood communion, giveaway

Win a Copy of Anne Rice’s Blood Communion, the Latest Book in The Vampire Chronicles!

By Kaila Hale-Stern on Mon,7:24
The legendary Anne Rice is back with a brand new book about Prince Lestat, and it could be yours. 15 Mary Sue readers will win a copy of 'Blood Communion.'
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Big on the Internet, #MeToo Movement, James Franco, things we saw today

Things We Saw Today: James Franco Remains The Worst

By Kate Gardner on Mon,5:45
Forgive my bitterness; these last few weeks have made me more cynical than I thought possible.
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TV, legacies, LGBTQ Representation, NYCC 2018, roswell new mexico, The CW

Two of The CW’s New Shows Are Casually, Gloriously Queer

By Kaila Hale-Stern on Mon,4:59
Television has been better than mainstream movies about telling queer stories, but it took us a while to arrive at a place where a character's sexuality is no big deal. At NYCC, I watched two pilots that had me teary-eyed at just how easily the queer characters were included.
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News, donald trump, Indigenous Peoples' Day, Native Americans

Trump Totally Ignored Indigenous People in His Columbus Day Proclamation. Again.

By Vivian Kane on Mon,4:19
Today is the second Columbus/Indigenous People's Day since Donald Trump took office, and for the second year in a row, Trump has issued an official presidential proclamation for the holiday that fails to even mention the existence of Native Americans.
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Movies, NYCC 2018, Padme Amidala, Star Wars (franchise)

Loving Star Wars‘ Padmé Amidala, a Queen for All Seasons

By Princess Weekes on Mon,3:57
There was always an amount of trepidation in making my Amidala appreciation known, because Padmé is not one of the "cool" female Star Wars characters.
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TV, Daredevil, Matt Murdock, NYCC 2018

Daredevil at NYCC Reveals the Worst-Kept Secret in Marvel TV History

By Rachel Leishman on Mon,3:37
Marvel tried to keep this hidden—but really, who else would have come to Hell's Kitchen next?
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Big on the Internet, Kanye West, Taylor Swift, voter registration

Taylor Swift Breaks Political Silence But Is It Too Little Too Late?

By Kate Gardner on Mon,3:26
"Please, please educate yourself on the candidates running in your state and vote based on who most closely represents your values. For a lot of us, we may never find a candidate or party with whom we agree 100% on every issue, but we have to vote anyway."
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News, brett kavanaugh, Mitch McConnell, protestors, sexual assault

Mitch McConnell Thanks “These Clowns,” Meaning Rape Survivors, for Pushing the GOP to Confirm Kavanaugh

By Vivian Kane on Mon,2:15
These women gave speeches outside the Hart Senate Office Building and inside its packed hallways, they confronted Senators in public spaces–in airports, hallways, and elevators. They left their homes, some of them traveling long distances, to relive what were potentially the most traumatic moments of their lives for a contemptuous audience of Republican senators. That's not a fun thing for anyone. It's incredibly courageous.
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