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  1. Why Captain Marvel Was The Right Choice For Marvel’s First Female-Led Film

    There is not a doubt in my mind that a Black Widow standalone film would have been incredible, and I would have loved it. I’ve enjoyed watching the way her character has developed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and in my opinion she is one of the best characters to grace the Avengers line-up so far—so I was disappointed and outraged along with half of Tumblr when Marvel didn’t include her in their ten-year plan.

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  2. The Women of DC Comics Discuss Their Passion for Creating

    I wasn't able to attend DC Comics' "Women of DC" Panel at New York Comic Con but I'm so glad they brought together Babs Tarr, Gail Simone, Marguerite Bennett, Caitlin Kittredge, Meredith Finch, Amanda Conner, Becky Cloonan, and Amanda Salmons for a talk. Here's a few more words they added after the fact.

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  3. Comics 201: What To Know After You Know You Want To Get Into Comics

    On Wednesdays we buy comics.

    If you’ve ever been in a comic book store, there’s a good chance your first thought as you stepped inside was probably something like, “What the hell is all this stuff?”

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Star-Lord Lolita

    "What a bunch of super-duper-cuties!"

    The best part of this incredible Lolita Star-Lord design by Siren is clearly the Awesome Mix cross-body bag. Someone make one of those IRL, stat. I will buy the heck out of it. (via NSlayton)

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  5. Marvel Executive Calls For Female Superheroes In Front Of And Behind The Cameras

    Marvel's Victoria Alonso said some very important things this weekend. Let's make sure everyone hears them.

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  6. Interview: Talking The Hawkeye Initiative With Jeremy Renner

    RUN, TUMBLR, RUN!

    For Cinema Blend, I sat down with Jeremy Renner to talk about his electrifying political thriller Kill the Messenger. Towards the end of the interview, I asked the man who brought Hawkeye to the big screen if he was aware of the superhero's unique branch of fan art known as "The Hawkeye Initiative." He was not. This outtake tells what happened.

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  7. We Shouldn’t Be So Excited by This Commercial Featuring a Real Life Comic Book Loving Lady, but We Are

    A comic book lady is a person in your neighborhood, in your neighborhood, in your neighborhoooood...

    The SPIRE Federal Credit Union serves residents of Minnesota and Wisconsin, so that would explain why us New Yorkers have never heard of it before. But it's already found its way into our hearts, by choosing a lady who likes comic books for one of those "look how homey and personal and not a capitalist edifice we are" commercials. Comic book loving ladies: they're just like us! No really, they're just like us.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Who Just Said “Skull-Shaped Pizza Rolls”?

    It's so beautiful.

    OH MY GOD. OH MY GOD. OH MY GOD. OH MY GOD. OH MY GOD.

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  9. But Why, Though? DC’s New Licensed T-Shirts Suggest Some Terrible Things About Women

    Must be a day of the week ending in "Y."

    It's Monday and we can only spend so many brain cells being frustrated with DC's marketing and licensing department on a regular basis, so let's try to ease you slowly into the annoyance you're about to feel. Here is the good news: they made a shirt designed for young female wearers, and another shirt for men that has Wonder Woman on it! Let's just bask in that vague knowledge for a second before actually looking at the shirts and aaaaaargh.

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  10. Lorraine Cink Of Marvel’s The Watcher Tells Us Why The New Female Thor Is So Important

    You tell 'em, sis.

    We here at The Mary Sue are all incredibly excited for the new Thor - but it's great to hear that the folks at Marvel are stoked about it, too. Super-rad redhead Lorraine Cink, host of Marvel's "The Watcher," took this week's episode to tell us all why the new female incarnation of Thor is important, both to women and to comics. Frigga would be proud.

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