Wait, what?

Looks like you came here from Geekosystem. Don't worry, everything is still here. We've just combined forces with The Mary Sue to bring you more and better content, all in one place.


  1. Archie Vs. Sharknado Crossover Event Proves There’s No Limit to How Ridiculous the World Can Get

    It's a "shark-tacular." No, really. That's what Syfy and Archie Comics are calling it. The puns, THEY BURN.

    I'll admit it. I went to a Sharknado viewing party, complete with shark cupcakes and a drinking game. But the Sharknado franchise has just hit maximum ridiculousness. Dare I's jumped the shark?

    Read More
  2. Someone Over at Google Translate Is a Huge Comic Book Nerd

    I'll be honest: I have no idea about the technical magic that goes on at Google on a daily basis, so I'm just gonna go ahead and point to good ol' fashion time travel on this one.

    Read More
  3. Things We Saw Today: The First-Ever Sketch of Wonder Woman Now for Auction

    Great Hera!

    Now you can own the very first sketch of Wonder Woman, complete with creator William Marston and artist H.G. Peter's notes to each other on the character. You know, if you happen to have enough money to literally swim in like Scrooge McDuck.

    Read More
  4. Pull Wisely: The Mary Sue’s Weekly Comic Counsel and Chat

    Ms. Marvel! Thor! Lumberjanes! And more!

    It’s time for Pull Wisely (why yes, that is an Indiana Jones reference), where we give you short snippets of which comics we’re looking forward to each week—and then ask for your recommendations in the comments.

    Read More
  5. Marvel’s Captain Marvel & Carol Corps Welcomes Jem‘s Kelly Thompson As Co-Writer

    Captain Marvel's about to get truly outrageous.

    Now that she's already got an awesome book on her hands with Jem and the Holograms, comics writer Kelly Thompson will be making her Marvel debut as co-writer on Captain Marvel & The Carol Corps along with Kelly Sue Deconnick and David Lopez.

    Read More
  6. Marvel’s Daredevil Painfully Highlights Netflix’s Lack of Accessibility for the Blind

    Much like closed captions exist to allow the deaf to enjoy TV and movies alongside the hearing, the blind have descriptive narration—sometimes. As great as an audio track that describes on-screen action for those who can't see it is, it's not nearly as widespread as captions, and it's completely missing from Netflix streaming. While this problem didn't just suddenly appear, Netflix and Marvel's new show starring a blind superhero made it too uncomfortably ironic to continue.

    Read More
  7. The Mary Sue Exclusive Cover Reveal: IDW’s Jem and the Holograms #5

    Is anyone else hungry?

    Read More
  8. The Mary Sue Exclusive Interview: Marvel’s Sana Amanat and Author James Patterson on Why YA Lit Fans Will Love the Complex Female Characters of Max Ride: First Flight

    Max Ride: First Flight is Marvel's newest lady-led comic offering, and it soars into shops today. We had the chance to speak with some of the creative team about the new book, YA literature, and what Marvel is doing to bring more female readers to the world of comics.

    Read More
  9. Fresh Romance Diverse Comics Magazine Announces New Creative Teams and Gail Simone Goal

    Fresh Romance, an ongoing diverse romance comics magazine project by former TMS weekend editor and comics pro Janelle Asselin, has some exciting new creative teams, stories, and goals on the horizon.

    Read More
  10. Buzzfeed Looks at 21 #NonCompliant Members of the Comics Community

    What we talk about when we talk about NC.

    This year's ECCC featured a Being Non-Compliant panel with Kelly Sue DeConnick, Noelle Stevenson, Kate Leth, Erika Moen and Spike Trotman, but the bad-assery didn't end there--Buzzfeed's Kirk Damato took to the floor to talk to creators, professionals, and fans about what being non-compliant means to them.

    Read More
  11. The Mary Sue Exclusive: Comixology’s Recent Marvel Sale Boasted 7 Out of 10 Female-Led Titles in the Top 10

    Last month, digital comics retailer Comixology did a buy one, get one free sale for any and all Marvel titles. Who made the top 10? Hint: it wasn't Wolverine.

    Read More
  12. Pull Wisely: The Mary Sue’s Weekly Comic Counsel And Chat

    So many girl gangs this week!

    It’s time for Pull Wisely (why yes, that is an Indiana Jones reference), where we give you short snippets of which comics we’re looking forward to each week – and then ask for your recommendations in the comments.

    Read More
  13. Just Because You Can, Doesn’t Mean You Should

    C'mon now.

    You may not be surprised to learn that we don't like Frank Cho's Spider-Gwen sketch cover - but you may be surprised as to why.

    Read More
  14. Here’s Newly-Minted Brimper Margaret Atwood Reading Herself Some Sex Criminals

    Whatever it takes to save Toronto's libraries.

    Yes, please read Bitch Planet next.

    Read More
  15. Beam Me Up, Hal: A Star Trek/Green Lantern Crossover Is Coming!

    In brightest day, in blackest night, no tribble shall escape my sight.

    Worlds collided at Wondercon on Saturday, as DC Comics and IDW Publishing announced Star Trek/Green Lantern: The Spectrum War, a six-part miniseries set to release in July. Behind the writer's helm is Mike Johnson, who was the pen behind a bunch of Star Trek and DC comics. He's joined by Angel Hernández, who was the artist's brush behind recent issues of Infinite Crisis: Fight for the Multiverse.

    Read More
  16. Comic Artists Band Together To Help Wilfredo Torres After His Wife Passes

    Artists, assemble!

    Sometimes, the comics community comes together to do something incredibly special for one of its own. Artist Wilfredo Torres, whose worked is featured in titles like Jupiter's Circle, Batman '66, and The Shadow, recently lost his wife to cancer. In response, comic artists mobilized to set up an art auction, selling some of their own original work to help support Torres and his family.

    Read More
  17. ECCC’s “Being Non-Compliant” Panel Brought The Bad-Ass Women Of The Comics Internet Together, And It Was Beautiful

    Don't tell me to smile.

    It's safe to say I've never felt more at home during a con than I did at Emerald City Comicon's "Being Non-Compliant" panel. I alternated between laughing so hard my sides hurt, to crying real, actual tears, and I did it all while listening to a line-up of bad-ass women in comics who are making the world a better place for all of us. Rock on.

    Read More
  18. The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: BOOM! Studios’ Help Us! Great Warrior #3

    We've got another exclusive preview of the super cool Help Us! Great Warrior by Madeleine Flores!

    Read More
  19. The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: BOOM! Studios’ Bee and Puppycat #8

    Take an exclusive look inside the guts of Bee and Puppycat #8 with us!

    Read More
  20. Gail Simone Wants to Know if People Think There’s a Difference Between Comics Fans and “Tumblr Fans”

    Is that even actually a thing?

    On her Tumblr yesterday, Gail Simone brought up the interesting notion of "Tumblr fans" or people whose only interaction with and appreciation for comics characters comes through stuff they've seen reblogged on Tumblr, rather than actually having read a comic book.

    Read More
© 2015 The Mary Sue   |   About UsAdvertiseNewsletterJobsContributorsComment PolicyPrivacyUser AgreementDisclaimerContact RSS

Dan Abrams, Founder
  1. Mediaite
  2. The Mary Sue
  3. Styleite
  4. The Braiser
  5. SportsGrid
  6. Gossip Cop