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  1. The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker and Twilight Princess: An Artistic Showdown

    Becoming the brand.

    I’ve been on a Zelda kick lately. So to satiate my craving, I powered through Ocarina of Time 3D (wow, that water temple sure got streamlined), replayed Majora’s Mask, and finally picked up A Link Between Worlds. And this got me to thinking—Ocarina of Time’s value in the grand scheme of things is not so much as a self-contained game anymore.

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  2. What Once Upon A Time Could (and Should) Be Doing Instead of Frozen

    Oh, OuAT… what happened to you?

    As Once Upon A Time embarks upon its fourth season by introducing the cast of Frozen to the people of Storybrooke, it may be difficult to remember that the show was once, you know, good.

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  3. How to Make Your Own Once Upon a Time Printed Tote Bag

    What better way to celebrate fall TV than with some apple-printed Once Upon a Time DIY?

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  4. “We Screwed Up:” Maker of DC Board Game Apologizes To Parents and Young Girls

    A little hope for humanity for your Friday.

    About a week and a half ago we shared fantasy author Peter V. Brett's story of raising a geeky daughter in a world where girls and women are far too often excluded from superhero merch. Specifically, the subject was DC Comics' Justice League: Axis of Villains game, which Peter had to do some DIY on so his young daughter Cassie could play as a female character. Here, Peter shares game maker Wonder Forge's response to his criticism.

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  5. Review: Hyrule Warriors Unites the Zelda Kingdom in a Rupee-Happy Showdown

    Link is outnumbered in more ways than one.

    The Legend of Zelda has always been Link’s story. Sure, Ganon might be raising a dark army, and Zelda may be the magical princess, but it’s a boy’s journey. Only he can wield the Master Sword, yada, yada, yada. Hyrule Warriors feels less about Link and more about, well, whoever you want.

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  6. Stranger in a Strange Land: A My Little Pony Virgin Goes to a Brony Convention

    Everypony have fun tonight!

    Confession: I have not watched My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. But I heard there was a convention called DerpyCon South in town, and with a name like that, I had to go. It turned out the be a brony convention, and I immediately decided that trial by fire was clearly the most logical way to introduce myself to the fandom.

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  7. All The Best Places To Read Manga That Aren’t Actually In Japan

    I’ll Make a Man(ga Reader) Out of You

    Like anime, the manga landscape has changed pretty significantly in the last decade. There are still tons of licensed titles out there from a variety of publishers, but they’re a bit more scattered than they used to be. So I’ve done my utmost to collect the best places for titles old and new in one nice, neat resource guide.

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  8. All The Best Places To Watch Anime That Aren’t Actually In Japan

    It's anime-zing.

    These days anime is easy to find for cheap (or even free)—and it’s easy to find the official, licensed stuff, too. There’s no need to bootleg or torrent because you can access dozens of titles right on your computer, often without having to pay a dime extra. Not everyone knows where to find all these shows, though, which is why I’ve put together a little reference guide for the best spots to satisfy your anime cravings.

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  9. The 11 Must-See Agents of SHIELD Episodes You Have To Watch Before Starting Season 2

    "I want to get into Agents of SHIELD, but I don't want to watch the boring filler epi—" Sh. Shhhh. Darling. We've got you.

    If you’re eager to jump on the Agents of SHIELD bandwagon but don't want to watch all of season one's 22 episodes, we have you covered. Here are the 11 episodes you have to watch so you won't be completely confused when you start season two. Please keep all capes inside the recapmobile during our journey and beware of spoilers ahead.

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  10. The Wild World of Game of Thrones Fan Theories, Part 2

    Get your tinfoil hats!

    Ah, tinfoil theories. Ask anyone in any fandom about crazy fan theories and they'd be able to hit you with at least one. Game of Thrones has, well... substantially more than that.

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