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  1. Here Are A Bunch Of Kids Reciting Maya Angelou’s “Phenomenal Woman,” Because We Need This

    Phenomenal, indeed.

    This video was released by Nickelodeon a few weeks back for Black History Month, but it is just as relevant today (International Women's Day) and every day.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Girls Can Be Firefighters Too In Empowering New Clothing Line

    Because girls like dinosaurs, space, and other awesome things.

    The bad news: This clothing line is still a not-yet-funded Kickstarter. The good news: You can go fund it, because girls should be able to get clothing that reflects their interests, no matter what those interests may be.

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  3. PBS Idea Channel Looks at Fan Fiction, Love Bending, and the Significance of Korrasami

    ♫ I saw some ships come sailing in, on Valentine's Day, on Valentine's Day ♫

    Just in time for Galentine's Day, PBS Idea Channel has released a new vid discussing fan fiction and implicit vs. explicit LGBTQ representation in light of the Legend of Korra finale. And hey! They quote The Mary Sue's own Katie Schenkel!

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  4. Korrasami Is 100% Canon, Creators Of The Legend of Korra Confirm

    And they would know.

    "Oh but that ending is so ambiguous, maybe they're just really good lady friends who enjoy holding hands with each ot—" NOPE, THEY'RE IN LOVE, PUNKS. And Bryan Koneitzko and Michael Di Martino both took to their personal Tumblrs to explain just that to all the naysayers.

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  5. OMG, Here! Talk About The Legend of Korra Finale!

    You know you want to!

    Ok, none of the staff at TMS are currently watching The Legend of Korra but we know some big stuff went down. Our Korra recaps normally go up on Saturdays and we've already got a contributor working up an op/ed about THAT THING from last night. But you're all really, really excited so here, use this space to share your many feelings about the finale of Season 4.

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  6. The Mary Sue’s Holiday Gift Guide, Part 1: Books!

    The original nerd gift.

    It's December 1st... do you know where your holiday shopping list is? No? Well, we're going to be helping you out there all week, starting with the nerdiest gift of all: books. Here are some mighty tomes that have come out this year that we think your loved ones would be lucky to get.

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  7. Nickelodeon Announces The Legend of Korra‘s Return to TV

    Let the back pedaling commence!

    This Friday, Nickeodeon managed to royally piss off fans by putting Korra creators Bryan Konietzko and Mike DiMartino through a truly contentious budget slash. But this morning, it appears that they're trying to make amends.

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  8. Thoughts on The Legend of Korra‘s “Remembrances” and What it Means For Nickelodeon & the Future of the Show

    Nickelodeon, ya dun goofed!

    My dear readers. I regret to inform you that I am not doing a favorites slide show this week. You see, I'm a little ticked off. Allow me to explain.

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  9. Our Favorite Moments from The Legend of Korra, “After All These Years”

    Wherein we only see Korra for 2 minutes

    Korra is back way earlier than any of us expected! I've gathered some screencaps of my favorite moments from the premiere episode to share my feels with you.

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  10. The Legend of Korra Book 4 Gets Official Trailer!


    Oh man, I am ABOUT Korra's new hair now that we're seeing it in action. And look at all the action. I feel like that frothing-at-the-mouth guy from Kyoshi Island. Major mondo spoilers if you didn't finish last season yet, but considering the Book 4 starts next week on October 3rd, you should probably hurry up with that.

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  11. First New Clip (And New Haircut!) For Legend Of Korra‘s Book 4

    This should make a lot of cosplayers very happy.

    Things have been pretty wild for The Legend of Korra fans this year, both on and off the screen. The new season begins streaming online in just a few weeks on October 3rd, but until then we have this clip from the first episode to tide us over. Plus, new art of Korra!

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  12. Things We Saw Today: Zack Snyder Tweets Pic of Batman and R2-D2, Bros

    Beep boop growl.

    Zack Snyder loves his Star Wars crossovers.

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  13. The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water Trailer is Mildly Terrifying

    Bee boo boo beep boo boo bop?

    SpongeBob SquarePants is no stranger to movies, but this new one is... not exactly what fans had in mind.

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  14. THANK THE SPIRITS: Legend of Korra‘s Moving to Digital, Says Series Creator

    The Boulder is rejuvenated! Or still dead, possibly.

    Good news, everyone! The reports of Korra's death have been greatly exaggerated, as Bryan Konietzko clarified on his Tumblr page. While the episodes have still been pulled from Nickelodeon's regular schedule, apparently they will be moving to digital streaming.

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  15. Nickelodeon Pulls Five Legend of Korra Episodes From Schedule

    This displeases the Boulder. (He's still alive, right?)

    Well, now I feel extra bad for being two seasons behind on Legend of Korra: after dismal ratings for its third (yet brilliant, I've been told) season this year, Nickeloden has started to quietly pull some of the show's episodes.

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  16. Attention Millennials: There’s a New Website Streaming Old Nick Shows

    After these messages, we'll be right back.

    And you better get in here quick just in case something happens to it.

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  17. Legend of Korra is Getting Its First Game for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation

    *furious bending noises*

    Bayonetta and Metal Gear Rising studio Platinum Games will be developing The Legend of Korra for Nickelodeon.

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  18. Watch Five Minutes of the New Legend of Korra Before the Season Premiere This Friday

    This clip contains no Zuko.

    If you can't wait for the first episode of The Legend of Korra to air on Friday, Nickeoldeon has an extended clip to help tide you over. As someone who's just getting through Avatar: The Last Airbender for the first time, I was a little surprised to see that The Legend of Korra involves... press conferences and poll numbers? Oh-kaaaay.

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  19. Legend of Korra: Book 3 Has a Premiere Date & It’s in One Week! (Plus Preview Clip)

    Faster than a shirshu when it smells dinner.

    Nickelodeon wants you to know they're not fooling around. Season Three of Legend of Korra will premiere one week from now, on Nickelodeon at 7pm on June 27th. And not just the first episode! The first three episodes of Book Three: Change will air at 7, 7:30, and 8. You can check out a preview clip from the premiere episode right here.

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  20. Today in Indie Comics: Lady Knights and Action Princesses

    The tumblrverse tends to get into these creative-concept hiveminds every four-to-six weeks: early this winter it was adorably grotesque monster girls, last month was "murdermaids," and now, with Game of Thrones season 4 looming on the horizon, it appears the internet is going gaga for women warriors and kick-butt queens and princesses. I am very, very okay with this. Besides dogbomber's lady knight generator, which The Mary Sue's Rebecca Pahle has already covered, a slew of indie web- and short-comics featuring lady knights and action princesses have been going viral or been reintroduced into our collective consciousness. In between binge-watching old Xena: Warrior Princess episodes on Netflix and digging out your childhood copies of The Paper Bag Princess and The Song of the Lioness, here are three webcomics featuring heroic courtly women you should absolutely read and support.

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