"An epic and timely tale that celebrates female friendship and empowerment."
Noelle Stevenson, of Lumberjanes and Nimona fame, will serve as executive producer on an animated reboot of She-Ra, which promises to "celebrate female friendship and empowerment."Read More
We're one step closer to that Nimona animated adaptation we were promised way back in 2015.Read More
"I'm not a kid. I'm a SHARK."
Fans of Lumberjanes' Noelle Stevenson, her awesome graphic novel Nimona, or just badass, female-led fantasy stories in general got some great news from Stevenson today! Nimona will be released as an audiobook!Read More
Imagine my extra extra excitement when I find out I can bug Ryan North with a question about Romeo + Juliet—you know, that one with Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes? You know the one I mean. Yeah.Read More
Because fan theories and headcanons are fun.
Noelle Stevenson, creator of Nimona and Lumberjanes, and all around general badass artist/creative inspiration developed a pretty neat headcanon/fantheory about Boba Fett that we're utterly fascinated with.Read More
I love movies like The Goonies and Stand by Me as much as the next person, but where the ladies at?Read More
The Mary Sue is super-pleased to exclusively announce that Dark Horse Comics will be publishing The Secret Loves of Geek Girls anthology for worldwide distribution.Read More
I don’t know about you, but I’m already feeling a little ba-humbug about the holiday shopping season. What’s my solution? This year I’ll be giving the gift of something I love- comic books! Whether you want to introduce someone to the world of comics, or you’re looking for something a regular reader may have missed, we have something for everyone on your shopping list.Read More
Let Bill Nye explain the internet to you, with EMOJIS! The video is the second in a series that uses emoticons to teach subjects like evolution.Read More
Noelle Stevenson Talked to Vanity Fair About Representation and the Lumberjanes Movie’s Male Writers
Gotta love female comic creators getting their due in fancy publications!Read More
HOLY SALLY RIDE!
Holy smokes.Read More
She's made her mark on the industry, and is trying to let people know that there is a place for everyone in comics.Read More
Seems like the summer's over for Noelle Stevenson; she's turning over the series to Kat Leyh of Supercakes, with Shannon Watters continuing writing duties. According to Stevenson, she'll still hang around camp like so many precious memories in a consulting role.Read More
We, of course, know Noelle Stevenson from her hit comic series, Lumberjanes. However, long-time fans of Stevenson's work know her web comic-turned-graphic novel, Nimona, the futuristic story of a young shapeshifter who teams up with a disgraced knight to overthrow a corrupt regime. Now, in addition to Lumberjanes being adapted into a live-action movie, Nimona is going to be adapted into an animated feature!Read More
Movies to the max!
It's no secret that the Eisner-winning Lumberjanes - by the crack creative team of Shannon Watters, Noelle Stevenson, and Brooke A. Allen - is one of the best comics of all time: it's got all different kinds of kick-ass ladies, queer relationships, feminist name-dropping, supernatural evil, and hella radness. Well get stoked, because the Lumberjanes are coming to a big screen near you!Read More
Finally, I can take Eleven home with me! Erm.... *blushes*
At long last, my Doctor is available in Funko Pop! form! Here's the Doctor Who Eleventh Doctor Pop! vinyl figure, now available on sale at the HotTopic website in this exclusive pre-release!Read More
What we talk about when we talk about NC.
This year's ECCC featured a Being Non-Compliant panel with Kelly Sue DeConnick, Noelle Stevenson, Kate Leth, Erika Moen and Spike Trotman, but the bad-assery didn't end there--Buzzfeed's Kirk Damato took to the floor to talk to creators, professionals, and fans about what being non-compliant means to them.Read More
ECCC’s “Being Non-Compliant” Panel Brought The Bad-Ass Women Of The Comics Internet Together, And It Was Beautiful
Don't tell me to smile.
It's safe to say I've never felt more at home during a con than I did at Emerald City Comicon's "Being Non-Compliant" panel. I alternated between laughing so hard my sides hurt, to crying real, actual tears, and I did it all while listening to a line-up of bad-ass women in comics who are making the world a better place for all of us. Rock on.Read More
I want a pair of these earrings very badly.Read More
It pains me for obvious book reasons that there is only one Weasley twin present here, but Tom Felton hanging out with Rupert Grint, Bonnie Wright, and James Phelps might be enough to stifle my never-ending Fred mourning. That James is the one who played Fred is only confusing matters for my heart.Read More