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  1. Kamala Khan As The New Spider-Man: Why Captain America 3 Should Feature Ms. Marvel

    Yeah. We went there.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: How A Spider-Woman Cover Should Look

    This is what it looks like when you get a super-rad lady to draw your Spider Woman covers.

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  3. Joss Whedon On Avengers: Age of Ultron’s Inception, Vision’s Look, Scarlet Witch & More

    Some people who aren't us got to speak to Joss Whedon on the set of Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron a few months ago and just posted their interviews. We're not bitter or anything.

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  4. Krysten Ritter Talks About Jessica Jones And Female Showrunners And Also Wins Our Hearts

    F*cking rad.

    We won't be seeing Jessica Jones hit the small screen for some time, but newly-cast Krysten Ritter is always working overtime to win us over with her foul mouth and her love of ladies in the industry.

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  5. If Marvel Does Get Spider-Man It’ll Recast Andrew Garfield, But Wait…Is This Happening?

    Don't toy with our emotions

    Is there hope for Sony and Marvel to make a deal that will bring Spider-Man to the MCU? A new report suggests there might be.

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  6. Peggy’s Orders: Watch the New Agent Carter Clip Now!

    Wisecracks, lipstick, guns.

    Is it January 6th yet?

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  7. Marvel Released A Synposis For The Two-Hour Premiere Of Agent Carter, It’s Looking Good

    "Peggy slays." That's it. That's the whole description.

    Now that Agents of SHIELD is on hiatus until March (sob), we're looking forward to the launch of the Agent Carter mini-series in January more than ever. To keep you going through the Marvel-less holidays, they've just released the synopsis for the show's two-hour season premiere on January 6.

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  8. Paley Center “Cracking the Code” Panel Discusses Television’s Portrayal of Women in STEM

    Could television be a force to galvanize young girls towards science, technology, engineering, and math, and is it the job of the actors and writers who work on these shows to constantly push for better representation? That was the question at the heart of Monday's Paley Center panel in New York, during which women from all over the industry came together to talk about their own experiences with STEM, their favorite scientific women on television, and what we might accomplish in the future.

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  9. Agents of SHIELD Hires Blair Underwood To Play The Ex Of Someone You Should Probably Never Break Up With

    Whose ex?!

    After yesterday's wild mid-season finale, we've got a long wait until March for more Agents of SHIELD. So let's agonize over every piece of casting news we get from now until then to make the wait seem less horribly long!

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  10. Why Stop At Civil War? Here’s 5 More Marvel Events That Would Make Great Films

    With Marvel Studios announcing that the third Captain America film will be based on the Marvel Comics Civil War storyline and will figure hugely in the studio’s Phase Three plans, it occurred to me that Marvel has so many potential stories to adapt for the big screen. Let’s take a look at some Marvel stories that the company could mine to great success for the box office.

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