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Jill Pantozzi

  1. Webheads, Check out Reports From the Dan Slott Comic-Con Panel Moderated by Our Own Jill Pantozzi

    Is your spider-sense tingling?

    Our own Jill Pantozzi moderated the spotlight panel on The Amazing Spider-Man writer Dan Slott, where they talked about all the important topics, like what Slott always wanted to be when he grew up—which most of us would probably like to be, too—and the difficulty of getting fart jokes into Ren and Stimpy.

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  2. Go Visit Jill Pantozzi Tomorrow At The Angry Birds Stella Booth!

    Say hi for us!

    Oh, and be sure to report back to us about any GoT memorabilia she might be trying to smuggle out of the con.

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  3. Not at Comic-Con? Keep up With The Mary Sue and All Our Con Coverage!

    It's just like being there, but without the lines, travel, crowds, etc.

    Not at San Diego Comic Con? Why not live vicariously through our Editor-in-Chief Jill Pantozzi? She's deep in all the Con action getting interviews, hitting events, seeing exclusives, going to parties, and generally doing all the things we wish we were doing this week.

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  4. PBS Explores Cosplay With One Of Our Own Editors!

    Fashion for Nonhumans

    Well, two, actually. Yes, in addition to Jill, I, Susana, am also in this video. But I'm not telling you who, though I will tell you that I appear more than once. Speculate at your leisure! Previously in Cosplay

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  5. Watch WeLoveFine’s Geeky Google Hangout (With Our Own Jill Pantozzi) Right Here!

    The Mary Sue

    WeLoveFine is hosting a lovely get together on Google+ this evening and you're all invited! The guests include our very own editor, Jill Pantozzi, as well as other ladies from around the online geek fashion scene. I'll let WeLoveFine's Nicole Campos explain everything below. All you need to know is that the livestream is right here!

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  6. I Went To The Mary Sue’s NYCC Panel And This Is What I Saw

    The Mary Sue

    We were too busy doing our panel to record our panel at New York Comic Con this weekend, so we reached out to a friend of the blog (this isn't the first time he's written for us, but, well, it's been a while) to provide us with recap. So if you weren't there, here's what happened! Buh-gow! This past weekend, The Mary Sue hosted its first-ever panel discussion; in it, a group of six fans and creators talked about diversity in media, finding a character you can identify with, and what makes the X-Men so fabulous.

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  7. Zoological Society of London Introduces Cat Map to Map Cats

    Do you find yourself staying awake at night, wishing there was a way to conveniently track all the cats in London? No? Neither have I, actually. But someone at the Zoological Society of London must have, because they've introduced Cat Map, a map that shows the names, types, location, and even color of London's feline residents. Why would they do this? Because of tigers of course.

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  8. Legends of the Knight, a Documentary on the Power of Storytelling (and Batman)

    Who He Is and How He Came to Be

    There's a familiar face in this documentary, but I just can't put my finger on it... Seriously though, I'll support anything that argues for the power of stories to do good in the world and for people, and not, for example, that comics cause delinquency or video games cause mass murder. You can check out Legends of the Knight's Kickstarter campaign right here.

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  9. 10 Female Characters I Almost Named My Daughter After, and One I Did

    My wife is pregnant with our first child, a daughter, and she's due any day now. Every time my phone rings I assume it's her calling to tell me she's gone into labor, but so far it hasn't happened. We talked a lot about names, and because I'm a nerd I pitched the idea of naming our daughter after a lot of different female characters from books, movies, television, and games. I'm writing this in advance, with the plan for this to go up when I have to leave when the baby comes. If you're reading this, I am panicking.

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  10. SavePublishing Bookmarklet Lets You Easily Pull Tweetable Quotes

    Here's a problem you might not have realized you had-- Have you ever been reading an article you wanted to share on Twitter and had a difficult time finding a nice, short, tweetable quote to pull? Well, non-existent problem solved! SavePublishing.com now has a bookmarklet that lets you easily pull short quotes from articles and share them on Twitter. I've tried it out on this story by my friend Jill Pantozzi over at TheMarySue.com, and it works passably well, but whether or not it's actually useful is a whole other matter.

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