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  1. The Mary Sue Interview: Nina Freeman On Developing Her New Game, how do you Do it?

    I could almost envision myself when I was in middle school, packed in a room full of sweaty adolescents, some are aware and others not so much of their bodies gradually going through physiological and cognitive changes. I call this phase the “body limbo” because we are technically stuck in a transitory biological state as our sexual organs mature, drastically causing our bodies to change from the inside and out.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: 3-D Armor Dresses and Underwear for Your Everyday Battles

    You never know when you'll need to defend Conté.

    Etsy shop Mitmunk crafts eye-popping polyester-spandex dresses and underwear that use shading to create a 3-D armor effect. Now all I need is my lance!

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  3. The Mary Sue Exclusive: Titan Comics’ Doctor Who: Free Comic Book Day Edition

    Titan Comics are debuting a new Doctor Who book for Free Comic Book Day which includes three short stories featuring the Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Doctors. Want to see a sneak peak of each? We've got you covered!

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  4. Our Very Favorite Moments And Cosplay From CoastCon 2015

    One of the Gulf Coast's longest running conventions, CoastCon, is a volunteer-run organization with a focus on community in fandom that's been around for more than 35 years. Many of the attendees at CoastCon have been faithfully coming out for years, and that makes this con feel vastly different from, say, a Wizard World convention.

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  5. The Mary Sue’s Fave Comments of the Week: Idris Elba, Apocalypse Canceller, to the Rescue

    How dare you insinuate there's anything Idris Elba Can't do?

    Idris Elba may singlehandedly make us want to watch Star Trek 3, but that doesn't mean everyone is on board. That's why Astra María Solís Excus is here to remind dissenters that he canceled the apocalypse.

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  6. What Indiana’s Laws And GenCon’s Response Means For All Of Us

    Corporations are people. It’s what is called ‘legal fiction,’ a conceit that somehow we’ve all been signed on to without having a say in the matter. Of course corporations are not real people, but are allowed to act as such under certain circumstances, warping law, capitalism, and democracy in the process. They have rights without responsibilities, free speech but far more political power than a citizen. It’s a bit like giving a four year old a chainsaw.

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  7. Featurette Explains Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver Powers, Personalities, & Role in Age of Ultron

    Is it May 1st yet?

    [Mild Age of Ultron spoilers in the vid.] Scarlet Witch's powers, while wide-ranging and varied as to what her "hexes" could accomplish in comics, have been streamlined down to telekinesis and telepathic  abilities for the MCU, and this featurette gives another tease of her wielding them along with more information on how she and Quicksilver shape the plot of Age of Ultron.

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  8. Steven Universe Recap: “Joy Ride”

    For all your aliens-taking-selfies needs; ominous foreshadowing included free of charge.

    It would seem that season 2 will be dividing its time between quirky character antics, Gem history and warfare, and emotional baggage so heavy our lungs will be collectively crushed if we’re not prepared.

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  9. President Obama Professes His Love for Comics Via Email, Asks for Supporters’ “Origin Stories”

    Barack Obama, president of DGAF.

    I love me some laid-back, no-more-campaigns-to-run, do-whatever-I-please, last-two-years-in-office president Barack Obama. Not that the president's love for comics was ever a better kept secret than Superman's real identity, but he'll pretty much say anything these days, which has resulted in a recent mass email involving Spider-Man, Conan, and a direct comparison between his supporters and superheroes.

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  10. The Walking Dead Spin-off Gets a Seriously Un-Cool Name, Will Premiere First Promo This Sunday

    I guess The Welping Dead was taken.

    Considering The Walking Dead's upcoming spinoff will be set in L.A. and feature arguably the goriest part of any zombie apocalypse (the part Rick slept through, OF COURSE), I expected the new series to get a title that at least distinguished it from the original show to some degree, but I have seen WiFi networks with more compelling names.

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