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Posts by Sam Maggs

    Sam Maggs — Associate Editor

    Sam Maggs is a writer and televisioner, currently hailing from the Kingdom of the North (Toronto). Her first book, THE FANGIRL'S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY will be out soon from Quirk Books. Sam’s parents saw Star Wars: A New Hope 24 times when it first came out, so none of this is really her fault.

  1. Things We Saw Today: How A Spider-Woman Cover Should Look

    This is what it looks like when you get a super-rad lady to draw your Spider Woman covers.

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  2. Oh Nothing, Just Tom Hiddleston Serenading You With A Christmas Carol

    Well it sure is a merry Christmas now.

    He wishes you a Merry Christmas, I think. I kind of stopped listening and just fell into a stupor. Also I think Nashville singer Rodney Crowell and Hiddleston's puppy Mono the wonder dog might be in this video but I can't be sure.

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  3. Prepare Yourself For Final The Hobbit Release Today By Watching All 212,470 Deaths In Lord Of The Rings

    There! I'm numb to emotional pain now!

    Total humblebrag, but I saw Battle of the Five Armies at the Toronto premiere and Peter Jackson sat directly behind me because he had never seen it in IMAX before. I have never been so conscious of how I react while watching a film. Also, Lee Pace looks glorious in a plaid suit. That is all.

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  4. Clone Club Get Hype!! It’s Your First Look At Orphan Black Season Three

    SQUEEEE

    Project Leda meets Project Castor in this brand new first look at Orphan Black season three from Entertainment Weekly! Co-creator Graeme Mason has some (but not too many, of course) deets on what we can expect from the coming season. Spoilers, of course!

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  5. Have Your Morning Happy Cry Watching This Disabled Dog Run for the First Time With 3D Printed Legs

    Fact: Tears are 3D printed feelings.

    Tara Anderson, the director of project management at 3D Systems, has a awesome heart, and took disabled pooch Derby under her wing a few months ago. Anderson knew she could help the dogger, and Derby goes from an (also pretty innovative) doggy wheelchair to having sweet 3D-printed blade legs that allow him to run like the champion he truly is. What? No, it's just... it's dusty in here, and... I'm not crying, you're crying!

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  6. These Beautiful Women in Science Art Prints Feature Rad As Heck Ladies

    I want twelve of each, please.

    Designer and illustrator Rachel Ignotofsky created this series of illustrations highlighting women in STEM who have done awesome things to advance humankind. We've got the first woman in space, the woman who discovered DNA, the woman who figured out radioactivity, and more. These posters are beautiful, and a beautiful reminder that too often history overlooks rad ladies. Never worry about that again with these reminders hanging in your home - buy prints on Rachel's Etsy here!

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Joss Whedon Wants To Make That Frozen/Batman Parody We’ve Been Waiting For

    "My parents are dead!" "LET IT GO."

    Okay, we haven't been waiting for it. But we sure are now.

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  8. There’s A Contest To Name A Crater On Mercury After Someone; We Believe Only One Name Will Do

    NASA is asking you, dear readers, to help them name five craters on the surface of Mercury - and they want you to name them after awesome people, too.

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  9. Space Ark Is Going to Be a Real Show About a Ship With an Android Bear Co-Pilot

    Who is driving space ark? Bear is driving!? How can that be!?

    There's a real dearth of sci-fi comedy out there (does anyone remember Tripping the Rift? Because I try not to), but Britain's Channel 4 is looking to change that. They've just ordered a pilot for Space Ark, a half-hour comedy that will follow humanity on their search for a new home—and also an android bear co-pilots their ship. Yes. Yes.

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  10. Lady-Written Flicks Like Catherine The Great Top Hollywood’s Most Buzzed-About Scripts List

    Each year's Hollywood Black List is comprised of the most talked-about (but as-yet unproduced) films in the industry—and this year's list has some pretty interesting ladies on it, both in front and behind the hypothetical lens.

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