An appropriate follow-up to all the GamerGate crap that just won't die—and CelebGate—man, it's just been a really bad few months, hasn't it?—if one UK lawmaker has his way, engaging in online harassment could land you in prison for up to two years.Read More
Posts by Rebecca Pahle
“Hear me! I am the morning sun, come to vanquish this horrible night!”
Most lists of "female leads done right" tend to mention favourites like Chell from Portal or Jade from Beyond Good & Evil. But there are others that too few gamers remember. Exhibit A: Shanoa from 2008's Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia>Read More
I am profoundly uncomfortable.Read More
It happens to everyone, Apple.
How ducking appropriate.Read More
Joss Whedon, Boston Globe Journalist Smack Down “But GamerGate Is About Journalistic Ethics!” Argument
Journalist writes about how GamerGate is fueled by a hatred of feminism and "social justice warriors." Journalist is invited to go to /r/KotakuInAction to see what the "real" GamerGate is about. Journalist does. Journalist is not swayed.Read More
You're all artistic geniuses.
Get your vote on in our NYCC contest #2!Read More
Teach me your ways.
Reactions in the Mary Sue office to what Jada Pinkett Smith revealed at the Gotham Paleyfest panel over the weekend: “fUCK YES,” “god bless,” “woah,” “BOW DOWN,” and “DAMN.”Read More
"Harlequin" design for not-getting-sued purposes.
Espionage Cosmetics has an amazing line of nail art wraps called Nailed It! that have been seen on geeks of all shapes, sizes, and genders. These things come in all manner of geektastic designs: nebulas, circuit boards, cat faces, chainmail. Being the obsessive Batman fan that I am, I chose the "Harlequinn" set to test. So, join us as my friend, The General, and I attempt to pretty up my digits.Read More
For our final NYCC cosplay post: It's the miscellany! Everything from Bee and Puppycat to Kate Bishop to... Mrs. Nesbit? Yeah, OK. Which one is your favorite?Read More
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).