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  1. The Mary Sue Interview: DC’s Gotham Academy Team Talks Influences, Inspiration, and Issue 5

    And what job would they each have at the fictional school.

    If you're not reading DC Comics' Gotham Academy, you should be. With two main female characters of color, cameos from famous Gothamites, and enough creepy castle action to satisfy any lover of gothic lit, this comic has something for everyone (especially for those of us who hang around The Mary Sue community). Issue 5 is out today, so we sat down with writers Brenden Fletcher and Becky Cloonan as well as artist Karl Kerschl to talk about our favorite boarding school badasses.

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  2. The Mary Sue Interview: Sara Richard On Creating The Gorgeous New Set Of DC Tarot Cards

    At this year's Toy Fair, DC Comics announced they would be releasing a brand-new set of Tarot cards inspired by their characters. Eisner-nominated artist Sara Richard was tasked with the deck, and we sat down to talk with her about her inspiration for the set.

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  3. Game Changer: Writer and Narrative Designer Jill Murray Talks Making Personal Games, the Importance of Communication and Researching Coffee

    This week, we sat down with Jill Murray (@codejill) who works with companies like Ubisoft, as well as indie and mobile game developers, through her writing and narrative design firm, Discoglobe Interactive.

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  4. 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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  5. Interview: Windblade Creator Mairghread Scott Returns With Combiner Wars, Plus Exclusive Art of the Mistress of Flame!

    Wait, it's not Combine Wars? *sadly drives tractor away*

    It was only a year ago that we were getting our first looks at Windblade, a fan-designed character who's broken major gender barriers in IDW's Transformers continuity. Windblade's miniseries is over, but she and writer Mairghread Scott are back for IDW's big Transformers event of the summer: Combiner Wars!

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  6. The Mary Sue Interview: Jeff Bridges, Julianne Moore and the Cast of The Seventh Son

    The Dude transcribes.

    It's not the cast of Seventh Son's fault the movie is a stinker (for more on what stinks and who dealt it, look for our review tomorrow). At a press junket for the film last Saturday, Extreme Good Sports Jeff Bridges, Julianne Moore and Ben Barnes were more than happy to talk about their experience working on what Bridges calls "the Big Lebowski prequel."

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  7. The Mary Sue Interview: The Athena Film Festival Founders On Women in Hollywood And Strong Female Protagonists

    Five years ago, Melissa Silverstein and Kathryn Kolbert pooled their resources, expertise, and passions to create The Athena Film Festival. Together, they run the world's only festival dedicated to celebrating women in leadership positions.

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  8. The Mary Sue Interview: Scott McCloud On Death, Love, And His New Graphic Novel, The Sculptor

    Eisner, Kirby, and Harvey Award-winning comic writer and artist Scott McCloud released his new graphic novel, The Sculptor, today. I mean, basically all you need to know is that Neil Gaiman says "you NEED this book," but we decided to sit down with McCloud to ask him a bit more about his process, his characters, and what this new book means to him.

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  9. The Mary Sue Interview: Period Pioneer & HelloFlo Founder Naama Bloom on All Things Vagina

    A series of Fallopian tubes!

    The best introduction for Naama Bloom's one-of-a-kind period subscription service HelloFlo (like Birchbox, but for your hoo-ha!) might be Camp Gyno, the company's viral ad from 2013 featuring the world's youngest gynecologist.

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  10. Interview: Atari: Game Over Director Zak Penn On Video Games, Movie Adaptations, and Pacific Rim 2

    On February 2nd, Atari: Game Over, which documents the quest to find Atari E.T. cartridges that were buried in the New Mexico desert over 30 years ago, will be available on VOD. Our review will be up tomorrow, but in the meantime we had the chance to talk with director Zak Penn about the project, as well as some other irons he has in the fire. If you've ever thought of going into screenwriting, he has some really great tips for you all.

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