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  1. Telltale Games Announces Episodic Series Based On… Minecraft?

    Suck it, House Forrester!

    No, seriously. It's happening.

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  2. The Misfits Look Rad as Hell In IDW’s Jem and the Hologram Comic

    Our first look at the upcoming Jem and the Holograms ongoing series by Kelly Thompson was appropriately exciting, but this latest image, which shows the Hologram's rivals, has us even more pumped. The hair! The outfits! Yes, please! Plus, Thompson also recently spoke about the diversity on the original show, and how their modern version strives to uphold that legacy.

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  3. Dorkly Explains 7 Dark Yet Sorta Believable Fan Theories About Pokémon

    They're simply gastly.

    As much as it is a mostly lighthearted franchise aimed towards children, Pokémon has its moments when it is inexplicably dark as heck—like, for example, that pokedex entry about how the Yamask carries a mask that, and I quote, "used to be its face when it was human." Ugh! What? None of these tidbits from Dorkly are confirmed, but I certainly wouldn't put it past the series as a whole. Yikes.

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  4. Let Some Women Who Get Periods Explain Them to You in a Totally Factual Way That’s 100% Real

    My period! YOU'RE ALL FIRED

    As the proud owner of a horrifying vagina monster uterus, I can totally confirm that the all-male advertising team who designed this commercial (AKA the writers of NYU's sketch comedy group Hammerkatz) have gotten every detail exactly right. Well done, boys. Well done.

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  5. The Mary Sue Exclusive: “Let It Go” Lord of the Rings Parody and Interview With The Hillywood Show

    Stay tuned for their next video, "Do you want to build an Uruk-Hai?"

    Since The Hillywood Show first hit Youtube with its premiere episode in 2006, it's become a meticulously detailed fandom parody powerhouse that even recently caught the eye of Nerdist Industries. Today we've got their latest video to share, as well as an interview with creators Hilly and Hannah Hindi about their creative process and their immense love for Lord of the Rings.

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  6. Yes, Ginevra, There Is a Jewish Wizard In Harry Potter

    It's a Hanukkah miracle!

    Sorry, though, it's definitely not a Weasley. They're an Irish Catholic family if ever I saw one.

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  7. Ian McKellan Teaches Cookie Monster About Self Control By Presenting Him With THE RING OF SAURON ITSELF

    One cookie to rule them all.

    Ah, yes, I remember that passage of The Two Towers well. You know, the one where Cookie Monster is all, "Not were Minas Tirith falling in ruin and me alone could save her, so, using weapon of Dark Lord for good and glory. Me not wish for such triumphs, Frodo son of Drogo.” and then Frodo is like "Okay great, but can I have my chocolate chip cookies back?" and then Cookie Monster roars "NO NEVER, MINE ME OWN ME PRECIOUS OM NOMN NOM NOM," and then Sam cries a bunch.

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  8. Dorkly Presents the 5 Weirdest Comic Book Crossovers You’ve Ever Seen

    You'll pay for killing Frank Castle's family, Jughead!

    We're all waiting with breathless anticipation for the upcoming nonsense that is Archie Meets Predator, but in the meantime, we can satisfy ourselves with other just-as-ridiculous Riverdale crossovers—such as that time The Punisher paid the gang a visit. Dorkly has more weird comic shenanigans where that came from. Can you think of any they missed?

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  9. Hatred, A Game About a Serial Mass Murderer, Has Been Banned From Steam Greenlight

    Hatred's trailer made waves earlier this back in October for being... well, pretty disturbing. Basically, it's about a serial mass murderer who goes on a 'genocidal crusade' against innocent civilians because he hates the world—you know, every goth middle schooler's dream! But now the game's getting attention not for its hyper violence, but for getting banned off of Steam Greenlight.

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  10. Remastered HD Version of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Is Full Of Problems (and Crew Members)

    It's all falling into place. Of course, that place is nowhere near this place.

    When Buffy first hit the airwaves in 1997, it was filmed in standard definition with a 4:3 aspect ratio. Nowadays many TV owners have widescreen sets capable of much higher definition. So what do you do when you want to go back and rewatch those old shows—leave them in the correct aspect ratio and do what you can to improve the quality of the original film? No, in the case of 20th century Fox's remastered version ofBuffy the Vampire Slayer, you totally ruin them. Whee!

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