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Captain Marvel

  1. Captain Marvel Movie Officially Lands Writers Nicole Perlman & Meg LeFauve; Get Excited

    Marvelous.

    We've still got a bit of a wait for the Captain Marvel movie, but despite being pushed back a few months for Spidey-reasons, Marvel is making progress and has just officially announced some exciting writers for the project—especially for those of you who enjoyed Guardians of the Galaxy. So... everyone.

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  2. Guardians‘ Nicole Perlman and Inside Out‘s Meg LeFauve in Talks to Write the Captain Marvel Movie

    So Amy Poehler as Captain Marvel, then?

    We interrupt our weeping over Michelle MacLaren's departure from Wonder Woman for some good news! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Marvel's first-ever female-led superhero movie is lining up some incredible talent.

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  3. 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.

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  4. 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.

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  5. Uh, Julie Delpy and Linda Cardellini are in Age of Ultron?

    Freaks, assemble!

    We're now less than one month out from Age of Ultron, but Marvel still has some surprises up its sleeve (two fabulous, talented surprises that are too good for this world, too pure): Freaks and Geeks' Linda Cardellini and the Before trilogy's Julie Delpy.

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  6. Joy-Crusher of the Day: Captain Marvel Won’t Appear in Age of Ultron

    Sorry, Carol Corps.

    According to Nerdist News "a source close to production" has confirmed to them that our favorite Captain will not be making a cameo in Age of Ultron, which also means that everyone can stop speculating that Aurora Fearnley (the blonde woman currently credited as "Marine" in Ultron) has been cast as Carol. The Nerdist does say that no one they know has yet seen Ultron's post-credits scene, but that it's far more likely to involve Black Panther or Dr. Strange.

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  7. Marvel Ending 33 Comics Post-Secret Wars, Including Captain Marvel, Thor, And Angela: Asgard’s Assassin

    WHAT CAPTAIN MARVEL NO STAY DON'T GO

    Marvel is merging all of its universes into one big mish-mash called Battleworld in this May's Secret Wars event - but it looks like not all current comics are going to make it out the other end alive, including several of our current faves. Sad. Face.

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  8. Are DC & Marvel Placating a “Vocal Minority” of Fans With Practical Female Character Costumes?

    Apparently creator Erik Larsen thinks so. Here we go again...

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  9. There’s A New “Captain Marvel And The Carol Corps” Comic Coming Your Way!

    LOOK AT THESE LADIES.

    We're already getting a Wild West AU and an all-female Avengers as part of Marvel's Secret Wars event this May; but if that isn't enough to get you to start a pull list at your local, you might be excited to learn about their all-new Carol Corps book for Captain Marvel fans!

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  10. Superheroes and Mental Illness: Why Our Stories Matter

    Words matter. Stories matter.

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  11. Kelly Sue DeConnick and Matt Fraction Will Adapt Sex Criminals And Other Comics for TV

    GNEEEEEE

    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.

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  12. The Mary Sue Interview: Captain Marvel Artist David Lopez On Kelly Sue, Carol, And Comics

    Captain Marvel is one of the best female-led comics on the market - and not just because of Kelly Sue DeConnick's fantastic writing. Carol Danvers is brought to life by David Lopez, an incredibly experienced comic artist who draws the Avenger respectfully and imbues her with great strength. We sat down with Lopez to talk about his history in the industry and his time on Captain Marvel. 

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  13. Angelina Rumored To Have Been Approached To Direct Captain Marvel

    But will Chewie be involved?

    Okay, it's a completely unfounded rumor at this point, so let's not get too excited; but Marvel may have approached Angelina Jolie to direct the Captain Marvel film coming our way in 2018.

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  14. Pay Attention, Marvel, Selma‘s Ava DuVernay is Open to Doing a Superhero Film

    Yes. Yes yes yes yes yes yes.

    Ava DuVernay admits she's not expecting a call from Marvel, and even if she got one she'd have to start by even figuring out who Marvel's characters are. But which would you rather have: someone who loves examining heroes and myths and can admit they have things to learn, or somebody who is totally fine with being the world builder of a superhero universe while seeming dismissive of nerds, confused about character origins, and puzzled by the idea of self-sacrificing heroes?

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  15. [UPDATED] Marvel Announces New All-Female Avengers Team!

    Get hype!

    Look at that art! Not to be left out after DC announced twenty-four new titles this morning (including Black Canary!), Marvel decided to make a "game-changing" new series announcement of their own this morning.

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  16. Things We Saw Today: This Captain Marvel Jacket Is Superfly

    And cozy. Oh God, does it look cozy.

    This handmade Captain Marvel-inspired jacket is available for $60 in sizes XXS-5XL from Etsy seller Dorisz1dSz. Shhhh, wallet. Shhhhh.

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  17. The Superhero Hoodies We Deserve are Now Available on Etsy for a Limited Time

    Face it, tiger... we just hit the jackpot!

    CoyotePopClothing's handmade-to-order superhero hoodies are 100% polyester, come in sizes XS-3XL, and are only available for a limited time (suspected closing date is January 23rd).

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  18. Pull It Together: Rat Queens, Star Wars, and Ms. Marvel in SHIELD!

    We've got issues. Lots of issues.

    Rat Queens reveals a trans character! Star Wars returns to Marvel! Ms. Marvel joins SHIELD! And, you know, pre-order previews.

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  19. Hawkeye Fans Help Raise Over $2K for Charity Working to End Violence Against Women and Children

    Way to go, bros!

    Kelly Sue DeConnick and Matt Fraction have a history of giving partial proceeds from We Love Fine merchandise for their respective publications to charity, and all that Hawkeye love is really making a difference!

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  20. The Mary Sue’s Best Moments in Female Fandom in 2014!

    'Nuff said.

    Bad moments are sometimes the most important for us to write about here at The Mary Sue, but that doesn't mean everything is doom and gloom! We're all passionate geeks, and that means, above all else, loving things so much that we might actually explode. Take a look back at some of the things we loved this year that were the best candidates for untimely death by spontaneous fan-bustion.

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