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Game of Thrones

  1. Game of Thrones‘ Once and Future Myrcella Baratheon Responds to Being Recast, Wins Social Media

    Kids these days with their Vines and their murder.

    Maisie Williams is generally regarded as the Game of Thrones' cast Queen of Vine. Can Aimee Richardson be the Princess?

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  2. “Snobby” A Song of Ice and Fire Readers, Maisie Williams Wants You to STFU

    "READ THE BOOKS if you don't want to be spoil—oh God, she's coming. Run away. RUN AWAAAAAY."

    Not all book readers, mind you. Just the ones who spoil things for non-book readers because "LOLOL, they're not spoilers if the books have been out for years!" You know who you are.

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  3. Speaking of Walkers: A Study of the Slang Our Heroes Call Their Villains

    Walker, Geek, Lamebrain, or Biter?

    Firefly had Reavers, Lost had the Others, Terra Nova had Sixers, V had Visitors, The 100 has Grounders, and Falling Skies has Skitters/Cooties. Slang terms for the enemy probably go back to the time of cave paintings, when early humans painted their enemies with vestigial tails. Television has no shortage of this brand of slang.

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  4. You Guys! You Can Watch The SDCC “Women Who Kick Ass” Panel In Its Entirety Right Here!

    Warning: may cause happy sighing and an interruption to your workday.

    Yesterday we posted a sampling of some of the best full panels from SDCC's Hall H now available on Youtube, but unfortunately a recording of the annual "Women Who Kick Ass Panel" was nowhere to be found. But awesome ladies and sharp-eyed Mary Sue readers, uh, find a way. Here are Natalie Dormer, Maisie Williams, Katey Sagal, Tatiana Maslany, Sarah Paulson and Nicole Beharie discussing beauty standards, the depiction of women in media, and the amazing challenges of their unique jobs.

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  5. For Your Convenience: Five Of The Most Jealousy-Inducing SDCC Panels Now Available To Watch In Their Entirety

    No badge required!

    If you couldn't make it to Comic-Con this year, join the clone club. But just because you weren't physically in Hall H doesn't mean you can't be there in spirit, especially now that many full Comic-Con panels are available to watch on Youtube. Sure, experiencing Con this way still means you miss out on exclusive footage--but you also get to skip all the lines.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: An AT-ST For C-A-T-S

    I can haz Endor?

    Here's an All Terrain Scout Transpurrt for your cat, because if there's anything the angriest variety of domesticated animal needs, it's blasters.

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  7. These Game of Thrones Rabbit Figurines Make Us Hopping Mad

    They'll kill you with their nasty, pointy teeth.

    Hopping mad that we don't own them, that is.

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  8. You Need To Watch The “Badass Women” Panel From NerdHQ

    And the rest of these NerdHQ panels don't suck, either.

    Zachary Levi and the Nerd Machine crew are running Conversations for a Cause (benefitting Operation Smile) all of SDCC weekend; but watching the "Badass Women" panel will directly benefit you, because why would you not want to watch Yvonne Strahovski, Retta, Jennifer Morrison, Sophie Turner, Ming-Na Wen, and Missy Peregrym chat about being amazing together?

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Babs + Usagi BFFs 5eva

    In the name of the moon and Gotham, they will punish you (post-selfie).

    Super-talented comic book artist D.J. Kirkland said he wanted to put the newly re-designed Batgirl and Sailor Moon (Crystal) into one illustration, because he feels like they would be best friends if they were in the same universe. We agree, sir. We agree. (via Babs Tarr on Twitter)

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  10. SDCC’s “Women Who Kick Ass” Panel Talk Male Writers, Strong Female Characters, Tatiana Maslany As A Ninja Turtle

    Cowabunga Club?

    Hall H was bursting to the brim with awesome yesterday. A roster of rock stars including Natalie Dormer, Maisie Williams, Katey Sagal, Tatiana Maslany, Sarah Paulson and Nicole Beharie all gathered for SDCC's annual Women Who Kick Ass Panel to discuss powerful characters and the challenges of their male-dominated field.

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