Picard and crew will reportedly be facing off against the Xenomorphs--and something tells me that even Data might have a hard time sticking to the Prime Directive.Read More
[VIDEO] TMS Interviews the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Cast About Ghost Rider and Steve Rogers Ditching the Captain America Mantle
As part of our New York Comic-Con coverage, we were able to speak with Luna, along with Clark Gregg (who plays Phil Coulson) and Chloe Bennet (who plays Daisy Johnson/Quake) about how he will affect the show and what we can expect from the rest of the season.Read More
Well, or anyone else who might be in the women's bathroom.
Whoever's in charge of the marketing campaign for Hulu's adaptation of The Handmaid's Tale made another cool choice this weekend by putting this graffiti in the women's bathrooms at New York Comic Con.Read More
TMS at NYCC Day 3: Interviewing Illustrator Colleen Doran of Troll Bridge, Barbara Dunkelman of RWBY, Plus More Cosplays
It's Sunday, which is the third day of New York Comic Con! In our latest video highlight reel, we've got TMSers Charline Jao and Keisha Hatchett interviewing illustrator Colleen Doran and voice actress Barbara Dunkelman.Read More
Last night, Marvel's head of TV Jeph Loeb made an announcement that made every sci-fi fan lift their voice and cheer: Sigourney Weaver has signed on to play a role in Netflix's The Defenders. Specifically, she'll be the villain.Read More
Things We Saw Today: NYCC Brings Us the Trailer for John Wick 2, Which Common Called “An Assassin’s Love Story”
NYCC has brought us lots of cool news all weekend, and the latest is this trailer for John Wick 2.Read More
TMS at NYCC Day 2: Interviewing the Creative Teams Behind Venture Bros., The War for the Planet of the Apes and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
We spoke to the creators and cast members from some great shows for updates and shenanigans.
Day Two at New York Comic-Con was all about television and film. We spoke to the creative teams behind great projects on screens large and small, including Venture Bros., The War for the Planet of the Apes, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.!Read More
We checked out the latest from the Hasbro Star Wars team and took a VR tour of Legends of the Hidden Temple.
Yesterday was the first day of New York Comic-Con, and we were right there in the thick of it. In this video, we sit down with the Star Wars Hasbro team and talk about making toys for female heroines. Plus, we played some Legends of the Hidden Temple in VR, and did some Nickelodeon trivia.Read More
We previewed upcoming video games, played with Hasbro toys and hit up the Heroes After Dark red carpet event.
Before we hit up NYCC, we had an opportunity to check out some of the pre-event festivities.Read More
Most of our favorite superheroes stand for good American values: integrity, honesty, justice, etc. But have you heard of a superhero that stands for flavorful and delicious beer?Read More
A new Omaze campaign is offering fans a chance to have a role on Rick and Morty! To find out how to win, and where the campaign's proceeds go, head over to Omaze.Read More
Interview: Meredith Finch on Wonder Woman’s Vulnerability, Female Friendships, and Defining Strength
Meredith Finch and David Finch have done something different with Wonder Woman for their run: Diana cries, makes mistakes, and acts human. She's ... surprisingly human for a demi-god.Read More
At New York Comic Con, I had the chance to talk to Brenden Fletcher and Babs Tarr about Batgirl, which Fletcher co-writes with Cameron Stewart, and which Tarr illustrates. The interview began with us trading a few jokes about Batgirl's costume, which somehow still provokes inexplicable internet ire.Read More
The Saturday of New York Comic Con could've been re-named Rebecca Sugar Day, and no one would've batted an eye. Her signing had to be capped, because the line was humongous, and she was bouncing back and forth between appearances and panels. Thankfully, I got to snag a couple of minutes with the Steven Universe creator!Read More
Jimmy Palmiotti is half of one of DC Comics' most awesome comics teams. He, along with Amanda Conner, are currently writing Harley Quinn and Starfire, and they've managed to make those two protagonists - which in other hands could be cartoonish and one-note - nuanced and complicated, without removing any of the fun.Read More
At New York Comic Con, I had the pleasure of interviewing several of the minds behind DC Super Hero Girls, which is: a TV show, a series of graphic novels, a book series, and a line of toys, all of which we've made no secret of feeling excited about here at The Mary Sue.Read More
Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon are two of the most creative artists in comics right now. I had the chance to speak with them in an exclusive interview for TMS, and we talked about their relationship growing up as twin brothers in Brazil, why they chose an adaptation as their latest project, and why mainstream superheroes aren't exactly their thing. There's even a tiny update for Umbrella Academy fans!Read More
Marguerite Bennett is one of the busiest women in comics, jetting between publishers like DC, Marvel, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite, and AfterShock Comics. At New York Comic Con this year, she was all over the place—at her own table in Artists' Alley, on a Women of Marvel panel, and preaching the gospel of DC Bombshells.Read More
"For women in our roles, and the characters we write in the writer's room, we're always thinking, what are the representations of women that we're putting out? Are they the right ones? What are we trying to say?"Read More
New York Comic Con's "Pushing Boundaries Forward" panel did a fantastic job at educating newcomers about "boundary-pushing" within the comics space and the history of marginalized creators in the industry, while also touching on more nuanced critiques for the folks in the audience who have been to a lot of panels about this topic before.Read More