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The Wednesday Edition - Sep 26, 2018
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Movies, Assassination Nation, movie review

Review: This Generation Finally Has Its Heathers in Assassination Nation

By Princess Weekes on Wed,10:50
I had no idea what to expect when I walked in to see Assassination Nation, but leaving the theater, I turned to my friend and said, "This generation finally has its Heathers."
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Comics, review, Strangers in Paradise, Terry Moore

Review: Strangers in Paradise XXV Is a Great Jumping-On Point

By Tia Vasiliou on Wed,10:18
First published in 1993, Terry Moore's Strangers in Paradise is an acclaimed slice-of-life romance centered on Katchoo (Katina Choovanski) and Francine. Known for its well-written woman characters and LGBTQ representation, Strangers in Paradise was on my radar in a “to-read … eventually” sort of way. I had read and enjoyed Moore’s more recent series, Motor Girl, but was a little daunted by catching up with his longer-running series.
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Big on the Internet, Books, books, horror, young adult fiction

16 Titles To Check Out As September Comes to a Close

By Princess Weekes on Wed,8:25
For those always looking for something to read, here are some titles we loved in September (and a few from August) that you should check out.
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News, brett kavanaugh, sexual misconduct

Kavanaugh & His Supporters Keep Calling for “Fairness.” What Do They Think They’re Getting Now?

By Vivian Kane on Tue,5:45
There are a lot of things that can be done to make sure this is a fair process, but at this point, none of them involves going easier on Kavanaugh. He's doing just fine.
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Movies, a star is born, Lady Gaga, things we saw today

Things We Saw Today: A New Track From A Star is Born!

By Rachel Leishman on Tue,5:45
The closer we get to the release of 'A Star is Born,' the more excited we are.
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Comics, comics, National Comic Book Day, Tank Girl

Celebrate #NationalComicBookDay by Looking Back at the First Comics That Hooked Us

By Chelsea Steiner on Tue,5:08
It's #NationalComicBookDay, a day to celebrate the sequential art form that we geeks hold so dear.
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Movies, #MeToo Movement, Dame Judi Dench, Kevin Spacey

Dear Judi Dench, Please Stop Defending Kevin Spacey

By Kate Gardner on Tue,4:55
Apparently, we can't all be Jane Fonda.
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Movies, #MeToo Movement, solo: a star wars story, Star Wars (franchise)

How Star Wars Saved Me

By Betsy Hodges on Tue,4:34
The internet is rife with stories of the people who change kids’ lives: the teacher who took the student under her wing, the stepfather who was the dad the boys needed, the grandparents who raised kids like they were their own, the kid who stands in the way of another kid getting bullied.
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Big on the Internet, DBZA, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball Z Abridged

Team Four Star’s Dragon Ball Z Abridged Has Become the Definitive DBZ Dub

By Princess Weekes on Tue,4:20
Team Four Star has created the best DBZ dub for old fans and newcomers to the DBZ franchise.
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Movies, How It Should Have Ended, solo: a star wars story, Star Wars (franchise)

“How Solo Should Have Ended” Is Inspired by Our Collective Star Wars Fatigue

By Kaila Hale-Stern on Tue,3:35
'Solo' didn't exactly make the box office run in 12 parsecs, and our growing Star Wars fatigue dominates this funny "How It Should Have Ended" spin on Han's solo venture.
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TV, Emma Stone, Jonah Hill, Maniac, Netflix

I’m Not Sure What Maniac Is Saying But I Like It

By Rachel Leishman on Tue,3:13
Netflix is known for having an interesting set of original content, but Maniac may take the cake.
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AMP Featured, TV, 13th Doctor, Doctor Who, Jodie Whittaker

Jodie Whittaker’s Infectious Joy Is the Reason We Have Hope for the Future of Doctor Who

By Kate Gardner on Tue,3:07
It is impossible to overstate the importance of a female Doctor.
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Gaming, Gamergate, Total War, Total War: Rome II

Gamer Manbabies Review Bomb Total War: Rome II Over Female Generals

By Chelsea Steiner on Tue,2:45
Strategy game Total War: Rome II, the eighth game in the popular Total War series, has recently come under attack from a horde more vicious and bloodthirsty than the Visigoths or the Spartans: angry manbabies on the internet.
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AMP Featured, The Mary Sue Shop

Meet the Website Builder That Creatives Love

By Diana Vilbert on Tue,2:35
When you're showcasing your work, you want to make a great impression—and that includes not just the work itself, but your website too. Format's got that part covered—get a one-year subscription to the website builder for $49.99, a savings of 65%, at the Mary Sue Shop.
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AMP Featured, Movies, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, The MCU

Why the MCU Needs to Deal With Its Whitewashing Problem

By Chelsea Jackson on Tue,1:35
We’re looking at you, MCU Wanda, as well as Peter Maximoff in the current X-Men movie timeline (soon to be under Marvel's wing) and Pietro Maximoff in Avengers: Age of Ultron.
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AMP Featured, News, Asia Argento, sexual misconduct, victim-blaming

Asia Argento Accuser Jimmy Bennett Subjected to Disgusting Victim-Shaming on Italian TV

By Vivian Kane on Tue,1:25
No matter what your thoughts on the story, an Italian television host has just shown us the one way you absolutely don't approach it: with victim-blaming BS.
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Movies, Brendan Dassey, making a murderer, Steven Avery

Netflix’s Making a Murderer Season Two Will Explore Avery and Dassey’s Fight for Exoneration

By Princess Weekes on Tue,1:05
Netflix's original documentary series Making a Murderer is returning to showcase the fight for Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey to be exonerated in the case of the murder of Teresa Halbach.
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Movies, Bumblebee, Hailee Steinfeld, Transformers

The New Bumblebee Trailer Takes the Transformers Back to Basics, and That’s a Good Thing

By Chelsea Steiner on Tue,12:33
Whelp, here's something I didn't see coming: a trailer for an upcoming Transformers movie that makes me actually want to see the film.
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