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  1. Review: Espionage Cosmetics’ Neat, Nerdy Nail Wraps

    "Harlequin" design for not-getting-sued purposes.

    Espionage Cosmetics has an amazing line of nail art wraps called Nailed It! that have been seen on geeks of all shapes, sizes, and genders. These things come in all manner of geektastic designs: nebulas, circuit boards, cat faces, chainmail. Being the obsessive Batman fan that I am, I chose the "Harlequinn" set to test. So, join us as my friend, The General, and I attempt to pretty up my digits.

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  2. Review: Gail Simone’s Leaving Megalopolis and (the Blessed Lack of) Sexual Violence

    In Gail we trust.

    Leaving Megalopolis manages to be a story of heroes gone bad with bloody ultra-violence... without doing the things that make me crazy and drive me away from those kinds of stories.

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  3. Talking (Sleepy)Heads: “Go Where I Send Thee”

    "Abbie, I'm cute, right? Abbie? I'm cute?"

    We're switching out our Sleepy Hollow recaps for these open threads, for reasons that are... completely legit. Looks, guys, I just want you to do the funny for me! So. Last night's episode. "Go Where I Send Thee." The Pied Piper. Let's talk about:

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  4. Review: The UnPocket 1984-Inspired Stealth Clothing That Lets You Drop off the Grid

    For the ungoodthinkful out there.

    The Kickstarter for the UnPocket and The Affair's line of 1984-inspired clothing recently wrapped up at £47,427— nearly double its £25,000 goal. Once again, denizens of the Internet have made it clear that they value their privacy by supporting the "big brother"-blocking clothing technology the line offers, but how well does it actually work?

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  5. Review and Exclusive Artwork From Adventure Time: The Art of Ooo

    His hat is AWESOME!!!

    if you know Adventure Time, you also know that there's so, so much of Ooo to explore—and this massive new book curated and written by animator Chris McDonnell is sure to help you do just that.

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  6. The Mary Sue Review: The Video Game That Makes You the Star of a Horror Film, Alien: Isolation

    Final report of geek journalist, Jill Pantozzi.

    Don't breathe. Don't move. Don't even think. Survive. If you can.

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  7. Review: Gone Girl Is A Solid Noir Marred By Sloppy Storytelling and Sexism

    Worth the watch, but nowhere near the masterpiece some are hailing it as.

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  8. The Mary Sue Review: Thor #1 Brings The Lady Thor Thunder

    All hail, female Thor! Long may she reign … whoever she is.

    The much-anticipated Thor #1, with its introduction of female Thor, is here! A new era in the Thor mythos has begun, and it couldn’t be off to a better start.

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  9. Agents of SHIELD Recap: “Heavy is the Head”

    Science bros!

    "Heavy is the Head" was part two of the season premiere, picking up exactly where the first episode left off. Where "Shadows" was filled with lovely character moments and personal development (promising a more character-focused second season), this week's episode suffered from having to do the business. "Heavy is the Head" was heavy in the plotting, but I can forgive it. They have a whole season's worth of plot lines to set up, and I'm just glad it wasn't all crammed into the premiere.

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  10. Laika Delivers Yet Another Stop-Motion Masterpiece with The Boxtrolls

    Thank Cheesus!

    I was nervous going into The Boxtrolls. Real nervous. See, in 2012 Laika put out ParaNorman, which is in my top five animated films of all time. And they did Coraline! In having such high expectations, surely I was dooming myself to disappointment. But lo, I was not. I am happy to report that, yes, The Boxtrolls is just as good as you think it will be. Worry not, for this review is spoiler-free.

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