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    Rebecca Pahle — Associate Editor

    Rebecca Pahle is an entertainment journalist/film nerd who hails from the BBQ-obsessed state of North Carolina and currently lives in New York City. She's an associate editor at The Mary Sue and regular contributing writer for Pajiba (www.pajiba.com); misc personal bloggages about film and TV can be read at her personal site, Cinefeels (www.cinefeels.com).

  1. Sleepy Hollow Visual Recap: “This Is War”

    "Abbie, Abbie look!"

    I'm doing something a little different for my recaps of Sleepy Hollow's second season—namely, visual recaps like I did with Vikings. This is a show with a history of being really good facial expressions, after all. So let's jump right into last night's season premiere (what, you watched Gotham instead? Pssht.), featuring adorable cupcake Ichabod Crane, badass Mills sisters, grenade-wielding Headless Horsemen, and NAKED BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.

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  2. Vin Diesel’s The Last Witch Hunter Beard Makes Me Throw Up In My Mouth a Little

    Groot disapproves.

    Vin Diesel's Facebook page has given us many awesome things, but this... this is not one of them. If you're unfamiliar, The Last Witch Hunter is described on IMDB as a movie in which "The last remaining witch hunter battles against an uprising of witches in modern day New York." In addition to Diesel, it starts Elijah Wood and Game of Thrones' Rose Leslie—add all that together, and it sounds like it could be a cheesetastic masterpiece. But that chin Tribble. Ew.

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  3. X-Men: Apocalypse To Have Ickle Baby Versions of Storm, Cyclops, and Jean Grey

    '80s Mohawk Storm or bust.

    We told you yesterday that Bryan Singer will be directing X-Men: Apocalypse, but that's not the only X-news that's broken. There's a new plot description out, and it has some pleasing nuggets.

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  4. And IIIIIII-EE-YIIIIIIIIII Will Always Love This Winter Soldier Musical Crack!Vid

    Bye bye Li'l Sebastian!

    This has been making the rounds on Tumblr, but if you don't spend far more time than is technically advisable looking at the same old gifs, jokes, and infuriating posts than you really should considering how many other things you have to do (not that I... I mean, why would I do that? I am a productive, adult member of society), you might not have seen it. I am here to rectify that, and also to fill your morning with love, laughter, and Whitney Houston.

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  5. NBC Casts an Actual Descendent of the Cherokee Nation to Play Tiger Lily in Their Peter Pan Musical

    Your move, WB.

    "We might only exist because people were drawn to The Sound of Music Live! like a train wreck, and we'll probably be really bad, but at least we know not to cast a white woman as Tiger Lily, Warner Bros.!"

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  6. Meet The Mary Sue/WeLoveFine Fan Design Contest Winner Luke Daab!

    Hands up if you love Lady Thor.

    And thus starteth the final post in our series introducing you to the winners of our fan design contest with WeLoveFine. Put your handkerchiefs down—we can all get through this together. Providing our grand finale is artist Luke Daab, whose design "She Is Worthy" was the winner of Jill's judge's pick. And rightly so, too—who doesn't love Lady Thor?

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  7. The Mary Sue Exclusive Interview: BOOM! Studios’ Sleepy Hollow and Butterfly Writer Marguerite Bennett

    Two comics we don't want to (axe) dodge.

    Just pre-order BOOM! Studios' Sleepy Hollow comic, then come back and read this interview with writer Marguerite Bennett, in which she also talks about Earth 2, Angela: Asgard's Assassin, and BOOM!'s Butterfly. It's OK. I'll wait.

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  8. The Apocalyptic Anime Showdown—Attack on Titan vs Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind

    Who's hungry?

    The end of the world sure is a hot topic right now, isn’t it? Even Japan has gotten in on the act with their massively popular series Attack on Titan. But some of you may remember that mainstream anime has actually tackled more or less this same exact subject material before. I’m talking, of course, about Studio Ghibli's Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind.

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  9. Haters Gonna Hate: Colin Farrell Confirmed for S2 of True Detective. But What’s Up With Those Female Character Rumors?

    There's still time to cast Rosario Dawson.

    Now let's cast Channing Tatum and really watch the world squirm.

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  10. Need Help Getting Into Anime? Use This Anime Matchmaker

    Sie Sind Das Essen Und Wir Sind Die Walker

    Ah, anime. That tempting treasure trove of imported entertainment, filled with all kinds of shows worth geeking out over. It seems like something worth checking out, but where in the world should you start? One way to go about it is to take your favorite TV show and find an anime series that offers the same kind of appeal. Luckily for you, the hard part’s already been done. Here you’ll find a broad selection of great ways to get started on anime, all paired with a fan-favorite US TV series.

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