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  1. John Barrowman, Stephen Amell, & Willa Holland Discuss Thea’s Journey & The Women Of Arrow

    We spoke with the cast of the show to find out more about the direction of Thea this season and get their thoughts overall on the women of Arrow. Executive producer Marc Guggenheim also chimes in.

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  2. The Mary Sue Exclusive Interview: Harmontown Director Neil Berkeley

    Come on down to Harmontown...

    We've already told you about the doc Harmontown, out now in limited theatrical release and on VOD. In it, we follow Community creator Dan Harmon as he takes his Harmontown podcast on the road after being unceremoniously fired from the show he created post-season three. We interviewed Harmon himself about the flick, and now it's time to hear from director Neil Berkeley.

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  3. Our Interview With the Cast and Creator of Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe!

    Welcome to Beach City.

    At New York Comic Con we had an amazing opportunity to sit down with Rebecca Sugar, creator and showrunner of Steven Universe, Cartoon Network's first cartoon series created and run by a woman. With Adventure-Time-alumn Sugar were voice actors Zach Callison (who plays the titular Steven) and singer/actress Estelle (who provides the voice of the Gems' leader, Garnet).

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  4. We Talked to Dan Harmon About Community, Harmontown, and the Epic Broship of Troy and Abed

    All aboard the train to Harmontown

    Reasons I loved this year's New York Comic Con: I got to see great cosplay. I was able to buy five amazing posters in ten minutes. (My bank account's not happy, but I am.) I had the chance to meet some of you guys at Geek Girl Headquarters. Oh, and I got to interview Community and Rick & Morty creator Dan Harmon. That's kind of a big one.

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  5. The Mary Sue Exclusive Interview With the Creators of Avatar and The Legend of Korra!

    Interviews are the quenchiest!

    This past Thursday at New York Comic Con we got the rare opportunity to sit down with Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, and pepper them with questions about Korra and Aang, the upcoming themes of Book Four, and writing their characters as young adults rather than older teens. We even got our own scoop: Bryan's favorite weird animal hybrid from the upcoming season. Okay, so it's a little scoop, but now you're definitely going to read the article, aren't you?

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  6. The Mary Sue Exclusive NYCC Interview: Gail Simone On Her All-New Vertigo Series Clean Room

    Gail Simone is well known for her work at DC Comics, but she's taking a detour next Spring as she joins with artist Jonathan Davis-Hunt for their first Vertigo Comics ongoing series, Clean Room. The series was just announced at the Vertigo panel at New York Comic Con but The Mary Sue has the first exclusive interview with the creator to see what it's about!

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  7. Interview And Sneak Peek With Tania del Rio, Author Of Diary of A Girl Next Door: Betty

    The Mary Sue had an opportunity to interview Girl Next Door author Tania del Rio (also known for her fabulous work on the Sabrina manga makeover). Read on to preview the book's first chapter and hear del Rio's thoughts on dancing yetis, Betty as a doodle, and sending a positive message to young readers.

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  8. Sigourney Weaver on the Legacy of Ellen Ripley, Women in Games, and Her Return in Alien: Isolation

    Be my mom. Please. (Sorry, mom.)

    A magical thing happened a few months ago. I spoke with Sigourney Weaver on the phone. I'm not fully recovered. Find out what the actress, soon to be heard reprising her Ellen Ripley role in the video game Alien: Isolation, had to say about women in film, women in games, her sci-fi legacy, and Ripley's daughter.

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  9. Bruno Heller on Gotham’s Villains & Casting Young Actors as Traditionally Sexualized Comic Book Characters

    Executive Producer/Writer Bruno Heller talks to us about utilizing younger versions of sexy comic book characters and the potential for other villains showing up over the course of the series.

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  10. Jennifer Morrison & Josh Dallas Tell Us About The Strong Female Characters Of Once Upon a Time

    Sisters before misters, bro.

    With Once Upon a Time Season 4 premiering on ABC tonight, and a few more Disney women making their debut by way of Frozen, we hear from stars Jennifer Morrison (Emma) and Josh Dallas (David/Prince Charming) on the cast already filled with dynamic women.

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