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  1. Things We Saw Today: Fannibals Rejoice, Here’s Your Hannibal Premiere Date

    Gillian, stahp.

    Ugh, this picture is perfection.

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  2. Pull It Together: Bitch Planet Backstory, Ms. Marvel Valentines Special, and the End of She-Hulk

    We've got issues. Lots of issues.

    Welcome to Pull It Together, where the goal is to narrow the massive field of comic book titles to the ones you shouldn’t overlook. It isn’t about what’s on my pull list; it’s about what could be on yours!

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  3. [UPDATED] Marvel Announces New All-Female Avengers Team!

    Get hype!

    Look at that art! Not to be left out after DC announced twenty-four new titles this morning (including Black Canary!), Marvel decided to make a "game-changing" new series announcement of their own this morning.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: The Final She-Hulk Cover Is Bad-Ass Perfection

    So bittersweet.

    Series writer Charles Soule says of She-Hulk ending, "Lots of people are sharing She-Hulk with their young daughters, for example, which makes me incredibly happy. I dunno—we made something we're all very proud of, it connected with people and it's not like it will all disappear once issue #12 hits the stands. The stories will still be here."

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  5. The Mary Sue’s Worst Moments in Female Fandom in 2014

    On the upside, we got to snark a lot. On the downside... everything.

    We try to see the positive in all situations around here at TMS, but occasionally, some things happen in fandom that we just have to call out. 2014 had a series of moments in which it didn't feel super-awesome to be a female fan of things like comics, cosplay, and video games, so let's take a look at the whole horrible list.

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  6. Pull it Together: 2014’s 10 Entirely Subjective Best Moments in Comics

    I said "entirely subjective," so now I don't want to hear any "what about—"s in the comments!

    Welcome to a special New Years edition of Pull It Together, where I will almost not even be telling you what comics come out this week.

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  7. Pull It Together: She-Hulk, Adventure Time, and More!

    We've got issues. Lots of issues.

    Welcome to Pull It Together, where the goal is to narrow the massive field of comic book titles to the ones you shouldn’t overlook. It isn’t about what’s on my pull list, it’s about what could be on yours!

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Models Merged With Superheroes

    HULK SMASH CLOTHES

    French photographer Christophe Serrano did a series of superhero-infused photos with models. Some are very normative. Some — Hulk, for example — less so. Thoughts? (via DC Women Kicking Ass)

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  9. Pull It Together: Red Sonja, Captain Marvel, Batgirl, and More!

    We've got issues. Lots of issues.

    Welcome to Pull It Together, where the goal is to narrow the massive field of comic book titles to the ones you shouldn’t overlook. It isn’t about what’s on my pull list, it’s about what could be on yours!

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  10. Mourn With Me: She-Hulk To be Cancelled With Issue 12

    SHE-HULK... drink.

    It's always sad when a new small business folds, but it's even sadder when that small business is run by one of your favorite superheroes.

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  11. Pull It Together: Wytches, Fraggle Rock, and the Batgirl of Burnside!

    We've got issues. Lots of issues.

    Welcome to Pull It Together, where the goal is to narrow the massive field of comic book titles to the ones you shouldn’t overlook. It isn’t about what’s on my pull list, it’s about what could be on yours!

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  12. Hint Hint, Marvel: Aubrey Plaza “Would Love To Be She-Hulk”

    Us too, Aubrey.

    "She-Hulk? Oh my god, I would love to be She-Hulk. Because I had super-strength? Yes, I want to be She-Hulk. Write that movie and I’ll do it. I would love to be any kind of superhero or person with super-strength."—Aubrey Plaza, in an interview with SciFiNow about her zombie movie Life After Beth.

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  13. Pull It Together: She-Hulk, Lumberjanes, and Hawkeye Guest Starring in Black Widow!

    We've got issues. Lots of issues.

    Welcome to Pull It Together, where the goal is to narrow the massive field of comic book titles to the ones you shouldn’t overlook. It isn’t about what’s on my pull list, it’s about what could be on yours!

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  14. Pull it Together With Steven Universe, Rocket Raccoon, and a Black Widow Crossover!

    We've got issues. Lots of issues.

    Welcome to Pull it Together, where the goal isn’t to tell you exactly what comics you should read, but to narrow the field by showing you titles you shouldn’t overlook. It isn’t about what’s on my pull list, it’s about what could be on yours!

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  15. Giant-Sized Pull It Together! Featuring Black Widow, Ms. Marvel, Bryan Lee O’Malley, and More!

    We've got issues. LOTS of issues.

    Pull It Together is our weekly post of a bunch of comics that are coming out on Wednesday that we think you should be aware of. This week is EXTRA LARGE due to all the EXTRA books coming out, including some great titles for new readers!

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  16. How To Buy Comics: A Beginner’s Guide

    The Low Down on Your LCS

    With comics like Captain Marvel, Ms. Marvel, Rat Queens, Lumberjanes, Saga and more dragging new readers into the fold by their collars, one of the things we've often been asked for at The Mary Sue are some pointers on how to get started buying comics. As a veteran weekly comics purchaser, I find this totally reasonable, because buying comics is a retail experience that's absurdly non-intuitive compared to the experience of buying any other kind of mass-market print publication.

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  17. Things We Saw Today: The Sistine Chapel, Batman-Style

    Things We Saw Today

    Kinda twisted. I like it. (by Simone Bianchi, via Blastr)

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  18. Agent of S.T.Y.L.E. – Gamma Ray Glamor with She-Hulk: Part 2!

    Agent of S.T.Y.L.E.

    Welcome back to Agent of S.T.Y.L.E., gentle readers! Previously, we presented part 1 of our look at Jennifer Walters, the green-skinned "glamazon" called She-Hulk! We discussed Jen's evolution and fashion from her introduction in 1980 all the way up to the turn of the century.

    Now let's see what Jen's been wearing in more recent years and in her new monthly series. And, while we're at it, who are these other ladies who have been called She-Hulks?

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  19. She-Hulk Co-Creator Stan Lee Reacts to David Goyer’s “Porn Star” Statements

    Excelsior!

    I know I was looking for a new female superhero, and the idea of an intelligent Hulk-type grabbed me. ...Never for an instant did I want her as a love interest for Hulk. Only a nut would even think of that. -- Stan Lee, speaking to The Washington Post's Comic Riffs. Stan Lee's reasons for creating She-Hulk (which we covered in our piece on David Goyer's comments yesterday) might not have been entirely as he says, but the problems with the screenwriter's statements stand. For one, Goyer's perfectly confident his words will be respected even if they reveal a broad ignorance of both the in-comics appearances of the character he's talking about and the known industry stories of their creation. For another, he's perfectly comfortable with at-a-glance assigning a female character to the "just there for the T&A" box, a trend we've seen over and over again with male movie reviewers and Black Widow. And further, his statements do nothing to shame these hypothetical sex-fantasy-crazed writers who created his hypothetical She-Hulk or hold them responsible for being a part of the problem of women's representation in genre fiction.

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  20. Man of Steel Sequel Writer David Goyer Calls Marvel’s She-Hulk “A Giant Green Porn Star,” Insults Geeks

    Today in things that make us scream incoherently

    Last night, a podcast called Scriptnotes interviewed a panel of screenwriters before a live audience. "The Summer Superhero Spectacular" panel included Andrea Berloff (The Legend of Conan), Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), and David S. Goyer (Man of Steel). Podcast hosts John August and Craig Mazin asked the screenwriters a few questions on how they approached the genre of superheroes and mythical warriors. As expected, Goyer answered some questions but avoided giving away spoilers on his upcoming projects bringing the DC Comics Universe to live-action. But it's the way he spoke about a Marvel Comics hero which got our attention. 

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