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Kiki’s Delivery Service and My Witchy Feminist Awakening

The three girls sitting across from me screamed, jumping up and pointing behind me with terror. Crowds of chattering students went silent and turned to stare. My friends began to walk backward, leaving me behind with eyes wide open.

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Company Proposes to Bring Custom Dress Forms to the Stitchy Masses With 3D Scanning Tech

And a bit of elbow grease.

Calling all seamstresses, hobbyists, LARPers, and cosplayers! DittoForms wants to offer dress forms patterned precisely on their users bodies, for roughly the same price of a basic pro dress form.

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The CW Has Ordered A Witchy Pilot Called Shakespeare’s Sisters And It Might Be Awesome?

With bonus Charles Darwin! What?

The CW is developing a new show called Shakespeare's Sisters, about twenty-something-year-old witches during the Renaissance who, I guess, hang out with Shakespeare.

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Review: Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is Witchy Good Courtroom Drama

Two guys, their assistants, and lots of magic.

I want to hug whoever came up with the amazing idea to put these two crazy kids together. I’m talking about Professor Layton, the top-hatted Londoner who loves solving puzzles, and ace attorney Phoenix Wright. They’re like peanut butter and jelly—a delicious man sandwich that packs so much flavor you won’t want to go back to having one without the other. In a totally platonic way, of course.

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Don’t Be Garbage: How to Navigate Social Media When You’re Miserable

It’s difficult to navigate social media when you are unhappy.

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Nobody Seems to Like Guy Ritchie’s “Vulgar” King Arthur Movie

Hello and welcome to a round-up of reviews for Guy Ritchie's take on our favorite Round Tablers, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. I've read dozens of reviews so you don't have to! Ahead, Charlie Hunnam is hunky, Jude Law (literally?) chews the scenery, and Guy Ritchie should probably calm down a fair bit.

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Scarlett Johansson Is Very, Very Disappointed in Ivanka Trump

So say we all.

Scarlett Johansson called out Ivanka Trump for her assertion that while you might not hear her disagree with her father publicly, she's totally doing so behind closed White House doors, pinky swear! "You can’t have it both ways," said Johansson. "If you take a job as a public advocate, then you must advocate publicly, right?” She framed the First Daughter's decisions as cowardly.

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Gina Rodriguez Has Her Eyes on the Role…but Who Should Play America Chavez in the Movie We All Want?

With Marvel having debuted America #1 earlier this month, America Chavez is getting all sorts of new attention. So much so that Hollywood actresses are already circling to play her. Well, one so far, but talk about getting in on the ground floor. We've got some additional ideas...

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Can Riverdale Handle the Magical Power of Sabrina the Teenage Witch?

How weird is Riverdale going to get? Several hints have been dropped that Sabrina the Teenage Witch might show up.

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Mary and the Witch’s Flower Has Everything We Love About Ghibli Films Including Witches and Cats

Studio Ponoc starts off strong.

Studio Ponoc, the Japanese animation studio founded by former Ghibli producer Yoshiaki Nishimura with a number of former Ghibli animators, has their first feature set for Summer 2017.

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The Trauma of Trump: How Oppression Hurts Our Bodies—and How Allies Can Help

It’s imperative that we understand the election results as an assault, not only on our social progress, but on the survival and wellness of our bodies.

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Bette Midler’s Halloween Costume is The Ultimate Hocus Pocus Tribute

For Halloween this year, Midler's costume was living proof that if Disney wanted to make a Hocus Pocus sequel tomorrow, they've got at least one Sanderson who's ready to suck the lives out of little children.

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Here Are Your Netflix Additions and Losses for September

There's a lot to look forward to like the amazing witchy Practical Magic,Luke Cage, and  Zootopia. Summer ending also means saying goodbye though, whether it's to a summer camp friend, a fling, or The Emperor’s New Groove and Lilo & Stitch.

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Pokémon GO Update Fixes Battery Saver Mode & XP Glitches, Tests New Tracking Mechanism

Pokémon GO finally got a—seemingly, since the last one was only just over a week ago—long-awaited update yesterday, and it fixed a few of the game's lingering issues, perhaps even including the broken Pokémon tracker. Only time will tell on that front, as the update notes said that developer Niantic would be using this update to test a variation of the "nearby" interface, but the other fixes are more than welcome.

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Review: Suicide Squad Is Almost So Bad It’s Good… But It’s Mostly Bad

1 out of 5 stars.

Unless you've been away from the internet all week, you already know that Suicide Squad has been getting lackluster reviews across the board, and mine will be no exception. But here's the surprising part: you might still actually enjoy this movie. Well... only if you go with the intent of mocking it. That counts as "enjoyment," though, right?

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Meet the Women on the Front Lines of Comics’ Queer Revolution

A sitrep from the War on Heteronormativity.

Queer women now have an obvious and growing place in comics, both on the page and in the industry. What is that place though? How are we making it and how far do we still have to go? Several queer creators and other women in the comics industry gave me their perspectives on the issue.

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Exclusive Preview & Interview: Kate Leth on Her New Comic, Spell on Wheels

Hey, folks! We're super excited to share with you today an exclusive preview of Spell on Wheels, a brand new comic from Kate Leth, Megan Levens, and Marissa Louise.

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Orphan Black Science Recap: “The Mitigation of Competition”

In which eggs are poked and eyes are hijacked.

If you haven’t watched the latest episode of Orphan Black, be forewarned: there will be spoilers. There will also be crazy science.

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Wynonna Earp Recap: Episode 9, “Bury Me With My Guns On”

Hear ye, hear ye, it’s the episode all you thirsty shippers have been waiting for. Multiple ships too. What have we done to deserve such a blessing? Speaking of thirsty, there’s also a lot of salt in this episode, and the return of the Stone Witch. Grab your tasers, because it’s on.

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The Mary Sue Exclusive: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #6 Cover Reveal & Book One Solicit Info

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #666

The Mary Sue is pleased to exclusively announce both the first collected edition of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and the covers and solicit info for Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #6.

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