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The Saturday Edition - Oct 13, 2018
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TV, Danny Rand, Iron Fist, Netflix

Netflix Cancels Marvel’s Iron Fist, Paving the Way for the Daughters of the Dragon Spin-off We All Want

By Chelsea Steiner on Sat,1:56
Netflix is not ordering a third season of Iron Fist, in the first cancellation of a Marvel series by the streaming giant.
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Movies, Ira Levin, Rosemary's Baby, The Stepford Wives

The Domesticated Horror of Ira Levin’s Rosemary’s Baby and The Stepford Wives

By Chelsea Steiner on Sat,1:08
I think that the best horror movie villains aren't monsters or ghosts or zombies. They're something far more sinister: men who hate women and want to control them.
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Big on the Internet, annihilus, Avengers 4, things we saw today

Things We Saw Today: Thanos May Not Be the Big Bad of Avengers 4 and Oh God I’m so Tired

By Kaila Hale-Stern on Fri,6:00
Fans have been digging deeper after the toy image leak yesterday that revealed truly atrocious new costumes for Thor and Rocket.
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Big on the Internet, Movies, Chuck Wendig, media representation, politics

Sorry, Your Art Has Never Been Apolitical

By Kate Gardner on Fri,5:45
Representation matters. This is a sentiment I have written a thousand times over, that others have written a thousand times over. Inclusion in your story is necessary and, in this current political climate, almost a moral imperative.
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Big on the Internet, amazons, Science

Same-Sex Mouse Parents Just Gave Birth to Healthy Pups, Bringing Us One Step Closer to Our Real-Life Themyscira

By Vivian Kane on Fri,4:47
In an important move for both science as well as Women Who Are Over This Sh**, researchers in China have just helped a pair of female mouse parents give birth to healthy pups via gene editing and stem cells, no male mice involved.
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Movies, Claire Denis, High Life, Robert Pattinson

The High Life Trailer Gives Us Moody French Space Sex Drama With Robert Pattinson

By Chelsea Steiner on Fri,4:18
Are you in the mood for a trippy psycho-sexual space drama? Then you're going to want to check out the stylish trailer for High Life, which stars Robert Pattinson, Juliette Binoche, Andre Benjamin (aka Andre 3000), and Mia Goth (Suspiria).
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AMP Featured, Comics, Chuck Wendig, Marvel Comics, Star Wars (franchise)

Marvel Fires Star Wars Author Chuck Wendig for Not Being Civil, and We’re Furious

By Kate Gardner on Fri,3:59
Chuck Wendig has been removed from Marvel's Star Wars titles, for a few very chilling reasons that should give you pause.
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Big on the Internet, Bésame Cosmetics, geek fashion, NYCC 2018, Peggy Carter

Agent Carter and Bésame Cosmetics, or How to Win at Licensing

By Clare McBride on Fri,3:34
What really kicked things off was Captain America and Agent Carter actress Hayley Atwell tweeting out Peggy’s lip color.
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Comics, Avengers: Infinity War, Bucky Barnes, Sebastian Stan

There’s a Bucky Barnes Figurine With a Disintegrating Arm and I Cried

By Rachel Leishman on Fri,3:02
A Bucky Barnes Hot Toy emerges looking identical to Sebastian Stan that starts to disintegrate just like James Buchanan Barnes himself.
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Big on the Internet, TV, Daredevil, Netflix, The MCU

Daredevil Season Three Tackles the Born Again Comic & Man Pain

By Princess Weekes on Fri,2:37
Season three is, in many ways, a return to form for Daredevil with Fisk being back and it telling a more focused story, but it also turns its female characters into emotional anchors for men.
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Technology, boston dynamics, killer robots, robot apocalypse

Meet Atlas, the Parkour Robot Who Will Enslave Us All

By Chelsea Steiner on Fri,2:15
Bad news, fellow meat bags. The robot apocalypse draws ever closer, as Boston Dynamics (the Delos of our time) has now trained their robot Atlas to do parkour.
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