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The Mary Sue Exclusive Interview: BOOM! Studios’ Sleepy Hollow and Butterfly Writer Marguerite Bennett

Two comics we don't want to (axe) dodge.

Just pre-order BOOM! Studios' Sleepy Hollow comic, then come back and read this interview with writer Marguerite Bennett, in which she also talks about Earth 2, Angela: Asgard's Assassin, and BOOM!'s Butterfly. It's OK. I'll wait.

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Things We Saw Today: An Epic Bat-Stache

Things We Saw Today

Yup. (via Blastr

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Batwoman, ParaNorman, True Blood get GLAAD Nominations!

Great Hera!

Yesterday the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation published the nominations for their annual awards honoring mainstream works of television, cinema, comics, and journalism that they consider to have done an outstanding job of depicting the LGBTQ community and the lives of those within it. Some of the nominees are, unsurprisingly, very close to our hearts.

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Things We Saw Today: My Nail-art Totoro

Things We Saw Today

See, this sort of thing makes me wish that I had any kind of steady hands. And the ability to do anything mundane task when my nails are even slightly longer than my fingertips. (The Uniblog)

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Ravagers and World’s Finest: A Closer Look at DC’s New Team Books with Female Leads

Great Hera!

DC comics has revealed details for their second wave of comics to come out of the rebooted new 52, and a handful of titles promise the return of some fan favorite characters as well as the presentation of female characters in the fore-front. Namely in the former of Ravagers, featuring a new Terra and Beast Boy; and Worlds' Finest, a title that used to be about Batman and Superman (it also used to be World's Finest, a feat of punctuational distinction that excites your humble editor), is now housing the triumphant return of Powergirl and The Huntress to the DC Universe.

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Has NASA’s Kepler Mission Found Our Earth 2?

It Came From Outer Space

In 2009, NASA launched the Kepler spacecraft in order to find Earth-like planets orbiting other stars in the Milky Way galaxy. Well, the results are now in and I've got goosebumps just thinking about it. 

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