If you’ve been watching Supernatural for the last few years, you know about the darkest moment in recent memory and the fandom implosion it caused. Well, in the most recent episode, “Bring ‘Em Back Alive,” fans finally got their wish … sort of.Read More
Keep circulating the tapes.
Yesterday marked yet another year of great holiday tradition. I'm talking, of course, about Mystery Science Theater 3000's Turkey Day Marathon. Did you think I meant getting together with friends and loved ones to give thanks over a delicious meal? Yeah, on the couch, giving thanks for the comfort provided by a human and bot trio roasting several courses of delicious B movies. But that wasn't the only MST3K goodness we got.Read More
Con Man might be presented in comedic form, but the show also delves into the moral question that has plague many a person figuring out which direction to do in life.Read More
And, yes, I also asked about Rogue One.
Just before their release party extravaganza at this year’s Dragon Con in Atlanta, I got to chat with Tudyk and Felicia Day about how the game came to be, and what goodies people can expect while playing.Read More
Crafting with Feminism: 25 Girl-Powered Projects to Smash the Patriarchy
The Mary Sue is pleased to present an excerpt from Bonnie Burton's Crafting with Feminism: 25 Girl-Powered Projects to Smash the Patriarchy, out this October from Quirk Books! Learn how to make a rad pair of wrist cuffs below, and then read on for more information about Bonnie and what to expect from her upcoming book!Read More
Keep circulating the URL.
The Mystery Science Theater 3000 revival Kickstarter is nearing its end, and it hasn't quite crossed the necessary $5 million mark needed to produce a full season of 12 episodes. Don't lose hope yet, though! The campaign is closing out with a telethon with the new cast, other celebrities, and hopefully some of your cash.Read More
It's that time of year again! Listed here are some great books to pick up for nerdy, feminist friends and family (or, you know, maybe even yourself).Read More
It'd be hard to replace a mad scientist like Pearl, but given that the crowd-funded MST3k reboot will feature an all-new cast, Joel Hodgson decided he needed to find someone to play Dr. Forrester’s daughter. And that someone ... will most likely be Felicia Day!Read More
Geek & Sundry founder and New York Times bestselling author Felicia Day is always a popular guest at conventions. Her honest nerdiness and call for us to "Embrace [Our] Weird" speaks to geeks in a genuine way and brings flocks of fans out for a chance to meet her. Recently, I managed to keep my inner fangirl in check long enough to sit down with the Queen of Geek at Dragon Con for a chat.Read More
How to Be Amazing!
When you've been in the comedy game as long as Michael Ian Black has you tend to meet a lot of cool and interesting people.Read More
We're all a little weird.
I've always felt weird. Being a redhead, you tend to stand out right away and never feel like you fully "fit in." It took a while for me to feel comfortable in my own skin and that I will always be a little different and weird and instead of fighting it, to embrace it.Read More
After the super successful The Fault in Our Stars panel at last year's inaugural BookCon, Fox revealed in April that John Green would be returning to the Con this year for a Paper Towns panel--and now The Mary Sue is pleased to announced that members of Paper Towns' cast and creative team will be present as well.Read More
It's all happening!
We are currently judging this book by its cover—so of course, we expect it to be perfect.Read More
After hosting a hugely successful The Fault in Our Stars talk last year, Fox has announced that John Green will be returning to BookCon for a Paper Towns panel featuring clips from the upcoming movie.Read More
International TableTop Day is coming up this Saturday, April 11th! If you haven't already made plans or are looking to get someone involved who's never played before, have we got something special for you! Expert Felicia Day has some tips to get you started.Read More
Amy Poehler's Smart Girls, Geek and Sundry, and Nerdist take the stage in Austin!
South by Southwest (SXSW), one of the largest music and media festivals of the year, begins tomorrow in Austin, TX, and thanks to Legendary Digital there will be a heavy geek presence. Even better: thanks to Legendary's acquisition of both Geek and Sundry and Amy Poehler's Smart Girls last year, that presence will be heavily female!Read More
Just in time for International Women's Day!
Today marks the launch of the #DearMe campaign, where popular Youtube stars give advice to their younger selves to promote female empowerment. Felicia Day just put hers up about an hour ago and oh my gosh, it's wonderful. Click through to see some more from your favorite funny women!Read More
I AM EXCITE!
Perfect title is perfect.Read More
By my pretty floral bonnet, I will end you.
I wish I could say I was surprised.Read More
More space videos narrated by these two please.
Need some inspiration for why it's worth doing things like landing SUV-sized robots on other planets? Watch this video about the Mars Curiosity rover from Caltech. It's narrated by Neil deGrasse Tyson and Felicia Day, and it tells what we really sent to Mars—our curiosity.Read More