Get your first look at the last issue of Steven Universe from Boom! Studios!Read More
And what job would they each have at the fictional school.
If you're not reading DC Comics' Gotham Academy, you should be. With two main female characters of color, cameos from famous Gothamites, and enough creepy castle action to satisfy any lover of gothic lit, this comic has something for everyone (especially for those of us who hang around The Mary Sue community). Issue 5 is out today, so we sat down with writers Brenden Fletcher and Becky Cloonan as well as artist Karl Kerschl to talk about our favorite boarding school badasses.Read More
According to an exclusive from Deadline, everybody's favorite comic-book writing couple is making the jump to television thanks to a new deal with Universal TV.Read More
Snortblat would be so proud.
Well, okay, no—she addresses jerks like Absorbing Man here who think feminists are actively trying to make his life worse simply by wanting more out of their entertainment than just the same three or four white dudes punching stuff together in every single comic book. More like Nolmir, am I right, guys?Read More
"As Tumblr will very excitedly let you know."
IDW's Jem and the Holograms ongoing series is about to hit shelves in March, and judging from the creative team's recent confirmation of a certain ship, everyone's favorite big-haired ladies are going to be radder than ever before.Read More
Two new stories feature in this week's Betty and Veronica Comics Double Digest #231, which Archie Comics have given us an exclusive preview of. As a bonus, we've also got their special animated short for "Riverdale Royalty."Read More
The Mary Sue Exclusive: BOOM! Studios Announce Kate Leth & Matt Cummings’ Magical Girl/Superhero Series Power Up!
Why yes, that IS a magical goldfish!
Boom! Studios have given The Mary Sue the exclusive (and exciting!) public reveal of something very special they debuted at ComicsPro today in Portland - Kate Leth and Matt Cummings' Power Up.Read More
Those glasses! My heart!
Back in January we told you about Rowan Hansen, an 11-year-old comic lover who hand-wrote a letter to DC sharing her frustration over gendered toys and lack of representation for female fans. Nearly a month later, Rowan and her message that "girls read comics, too" are still gaining traction, with the fifth-grader appearing on an NBC Today segment this morning to accept a token of DC's "commitment to fulfill their promise" to create more "superhero fun for girls."Read More
Wait, Why’s There A Star Wars Variant Cover For Princess Leia #1 That Doesn’t Have Princess Leia On It?
You nerf herder!
Color me a bit naive, but when I'm buying a comic book named after a particular character, I usually expect that character to be on the cover. You know. Just as a general rule.Read More
It's about time.
Crime-fighting superhero, female, Asian American, and kick-ass. What more could you ask for from Cindy Moon, AKA Silk?Read More