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The Mary Sue Exclusive

Part 2: The Mary Sue Discusses Women In Comics With Dark Horse Comics’ Editor In Chief

Yesterday we brought you the first part in our two-part conversation with Dark Horse Comics’ Editor in Chief Scott Allie. We discussed their Buffy the Vampire Slayer universe, Tomb Raider, and just some of the phenomenal talent they’ve got behind them. Today we focus on Greg Rucka, Hellboy, diversity in the industry, and literally judging a book by its cover.

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The Mary Sue’s In-Depth Talk With Dark Horse Comics’ Editor In Chief On Women In Comics

Dark Horse Comics, the home of Buffy, Star Wars comics, and a boy from Hell, is known for characters with strong personalities and big names to back them up. This year will be no different. Editor in Chief, Scott Allie, joined us for an extensive discussion on their titles, women on the comics pages, women writing and drawing the comics themselves, and the women buying them (Hey, that’s us!). They’ve also given us a ton of exclusive cover reveals! Here’s Part 1 of our chat, Part 2 will be up tomorrow. 

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You call this archaeology?

Gail Simone Hints At Good Things To Come In The New Tomb Raider Comics

I generally prefer to keep my comic books and my video games in separate spheres, but Dark Horse’s upcoming Tomb Raider series has my full attention. In a recent interview with Comic Book Resources, writer Gail Simone gives some insights into the first twelve issues. The first twelve issues. That’s a lot of adventuring ahead. Let’s hope Lara’s travels include plenty of ammo crates.

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: OK, Which One of You Put Up This White Walker Sign

Even HBO isn’t claiming responsibility for this sign found in Stockholm. (via Nerd Approved)

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Game Of Thrones’ Wall On The Floor

This, incredibly, is a flat painting on the ground in London. Joe Hill, founder of 3D Joe and Max, said, “We were delighted to be approached by HBO to commission this artwork – we knew we had to do something really special to match the sheer scale of this phenomenal TV show that has swept the globe. That’s why The Wall in 3D works from more than one angle – making it a first in the 3D art world.” (via WinterIsComing)

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It Belongs in a Museum!

Check Out Six Pages From Gail Simone’s Tomb Raider #1

Gail Simone, comic-writing veteran of some of the most celebrated runs on Birds of Prey, Secret Six, Batgirl, Red Sonya, The All New Atom and Wonder Woman, has taken up the task of shepherding Lara Croft from her most recent hit game to its sequel, and not in a miniseries, in a new ongoing adventure. Here’s the first six pages of that debut comic, straight from Dark Horse themselves.

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The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: DC Comics’ The Movement #8

Check our our exclusive preview of The Movement #8, where things are getting dicey for DC Comics’ newest heroes.

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The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: Birds of Prey Vol. 3: A Clash of Daggers Character Sketches

Just last week we brought you a preview of this Wednesday’s Birds of Prey #26 but today we’ve got another BoP special for you! It’s an exclusive first look at character sketches and “in process” material from Birds of Prey Vol. 3: A Clash of Daggers from DC Comics.

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Bloody Good Fun

Gail Simone and Brian Wood to Collaborate on Red Sonja/Conan Crossover

We’ve got our first big NYCC announcement, and it’s that Gail Simone and Brian Wood will both be taking their well received takes on the prototypical pulp barbarians Red Sonja and Conan the Barbarian and, despite how both characters currently belong to different companies, will be joining forces for a story.

While Simone’s Sonja is currently has a lot of history behind her, and Wood’s Conan series focuses on a time when the Barbarian was still young, the writers say they’ll be swapping things up for the crossover:

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Great Hera!

Lynda Carter Talks Real Talk About How Hollywood Doesn’t Understand Wonder Woman

With the release of a long awaited and well produced Wonder Woman fan film today, the discussion of why she hasn’t had a feature film adaptation, while her counterparts Batman and Superman have had nearly twenty between them, has been riding high. Lynda Carter, the last woman to play the Amazon Princess in a live action adaptation, thinks she knows why Hollywood has struggled to adapt a version of the character that makes it to screens.

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