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Things We Saw Today: Margaret Atwood’s Handmaidens Protest Texas’ Reproductive Rights Laws

A group of people dressed up as handmaidens from Margaret Atwood's novel The Handmaid's Tale showed up at the Texas Legislature today to protest the state's continually restrictive stance on reproductive rights.

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Zendaya Sets the Record Straight About Those Mary Jane Rumors in Spider-Man: Homecoming

You think you know, but you have no idea.

Remember when we were all excited because it looked like we were getting a black Mary Jane Watson in Spider-Man: Homecoming? Well, it turns out we were wrong. Zendaya is still set to star in the film, but she won't be playing Peter Parker's love interest.

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James Gunn Addresses the Spider-Man: Homecoming Casting Backlash

"If you’re complaining about the ethnicity of Mary Jane your life is too good."

Following his initial tweet on the subject, Gunn later wrote a longer Facebook post on the Spider-Man: Homecoming casting dissenters. While he isn't confirming whether the rumor is true (mostly because he doesn't know for certain), he makes the point that even the idea, the mere concept of casting a black woman as Mary Jane Watson should be more about what she can bring to the character.

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Zendaya’s Role in Spider-Man: Homecoming Revealed and Some Are Not Having It

Are you freaking out? Because I'm freaking out.

Zendaya’s “key character” in Spider-Man: Homecoming has reportedly been revealed, and it looks like she’s no longer playing a character named "Michelle," as was hinted at first.

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The Surprising, Subtle Feminism of the Spider-Man Trilogy

Bear with us.

Hear me out: I’m looking forward to the Spider-Man reboot. I really am! I know it’s not the most worthwhile endeavor in the world, but I’m sure the MCU will do right by the character, and I’m happy to watch that all happen. You go, Uncle Ben! Die onscreen a third time! And now continue to hear me out: I hope the new movie reaches the heights of progressiveness regarding its female characters that the original Spider-Man trilogy did. No, really!

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Mary Jane Might Be Donning the Iron Man Mantle in Invincible Iron Man #9

Judging by this Invincible Iron Man #9 cover, it seems that for at least a little bit, we're going to get to see a very different someone taking on the Iron Man mantle. As you can see from the above cover, Mary Jane will apparently be donning the armor while an incapacitated (?) Tony Stark looks on from below.

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Is Mary Jane Watson Set to Be the New Pepper Potts in Invincible Iron Man?

Tony Stark loves him some redheads.

Does Tony Stark not have enough beautiful redheads around? In the All-New, All-Different Invincible Iron Man, writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist David Marquez are having Spider-Man's Mary Jane Watson join Team Iron Man.

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Closet Cosplay Tips and Suggestions for Everyone Who Left Their NYCC Outfit to the Last Minute

New York Comic Con kicks off this Thursday, and in theory if you've decided to cosplay then you have your costume mostly done by this point. But you and I, fellow procrastinators, know better. Sometimes you want to go as something, but you have neither the money nor the time to rig up a steampunk Harley Quinn outfit or some genderswapped Monterey Jack from Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers duds. Enter closet cosplay: The last vestige of the casual, lazy, cheap, and/or pressed-for-time cosplayer.

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Listen To Gwen Stacy’s Band “The Mary Janes” From Edge Of Spider-Verse #2

Face it tiger, you hit the jackpot.

Did you grab Jason Latour and Robbi Rodriguez's Edge of Spider-Verse #2 yesterday? If you didn't, you should - it's an alternate reality comic where Gwen Stacy takes on the Spider-mantle. In the story, Gwen has a band, "The Mary Janes" - and now you can hear their hit single.

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Mary Jane Cut From The Amazing Spider-Man 2 to Make Room for More Gwen Stacey

What's that? Even more Spider-man movies without the annoying love triangle? Sold!

Despite the pacing and narrative problems of the first The Amazing Spider-Man, Sony's set to make not just two but three more films for your friendly neighborhood web-slinger. They originally had a trilogy in mind but decided otherwise -- and apparently this expansion that means that Mary Jane Watson's being bumped from the second movie to the third. So what are they going to do with all those scenes Shailene Woodley has already shot? Who knows? Who cares? More Gwen Stacey, please!

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