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18 Books You Should Read in 2018

There are a lot of great movies and shows that are coming out in 2018, but in addition to visual media, books and graphic novels are also going to be killing it next year.

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8 Fantasy Series We Could Adapt Besides More Lord of the Rings

Amazon is going to use The Lord of the Rings series as their way to create their own Game of Throne-style series, by allowing themselves to explore the vast universe of Middle-Earth. While is this ... definitely a choice one could make, I find myself wondering why couldn't those millions of dollars have been used to create an adaption that was more—I don't know—obscure. Less known. Less already adapted into multiple massive blockbusters.

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Yo, Lionsgate: Maybe Turn These YA Books Into Movies Instead of Making More Hunger Games or Twilight

We here at The Mary Sue believe that there are quite a few more Young Adult novels that deserve a look from Lionsgate.

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Tamora Pierce’s Forthcoming Exile Trilogy: Why It’s Already Making Me Cry With Joy

Tamora Pierce’s feminist fantasy shoots love and empowerment straight into the hearts and minds of her readers. I love all of her books, but Song of the Lioness, The Immortals, and Protector of the Small quartets are particularly special to me; after all, I’ve been reading them since I was 10. But as deft as she is at crafting her heroines, Pierce makes a point of including supporting, feminist, male characters in her stories as well, and soon, we'll get to know one of them a little better.

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Important Life Lessons Learned from Plucky T(w)een Heroines

Here is a look at some of the plucky teen and tween heroines that have inspired me over the years!

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The 8 Best Fictional Weapons Wielded by Warrior Women

A.k.a. the bad-ass sci-fi and fantasy tools that we all wish we owned

In no particular order, here are my personal favorite weapons used by bad-ass women in genre fiction. Whether you're fighting a dragon or a zombie or a literal God, you have to bring the right tools, and these are the best I've seen wielded by ladies of fantasy and sci-fi.

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Tamora Pierce On The Reason Her Brilliant Books Haven’t Been Brought To The Screen (Yet)

It's an actual travesty.

Tamora Pierce has written dozens of incredibly-beloved medieval fantasy books about young women doing amazing things. So why, in this era of wildly-successful YA and fantasy book adaptations, do Pierce's books remain un-filmed?

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Things We Saw Today: Drogon Is Looking A Bit Toothless These Days

And he's at Dragon Con, nonetheless.

Super-rad cosplayer Casey Renee Cosplay isn't cool with how jerky Daenerys's dragons have been as of late, so she imagined a world where our Khaleesi is Mother to the cutest dragon of all - How to Train Your Dragon's Toothless! (via Fashionably Geek)

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The Pern Effect: Fantasy Books From the ’60s and Beyond That Deserve the Big-Screen Treatment

Breathe deep. Seek peace.

TAMORA PIERCE, HOLLYWOOD!

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Tamora Pierce Heroines, in the Style of Disney Heroines

I came to the work of Tamora Pierce later in life than usual, but I am nevertheless of the opinion that there can never be too much fan art of Alanna the Lioness. Tumblr artist Nest of Straight Lines has done an entire series of Pierce's characters in a style inspired by Disney. They say the project began as a way to contrast Pierce's themes of gender with Disneys, but "halfway through I realized I wasn’t exactly sure WHAT I was saying anymore. Disney’s great. Tamora Pierce is great." I agree, Nest of Straight Lines, I agree. You can find links to all nine of her designs, with explanations, here.

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Gail Simone and Tamora Pierce and Mercedes Lackey – Oh My! Dynamite Announces Red Sonja: Legends

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What do Marjorie M. Liu, Mercedes Lackey, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Rhianna Pratchett, Leah Moore, Tamora Pierce, Blair Butler, Nancy Collins, Meljean Brook, Nicola Scott, Devin Grayson have in common? More than just being fantastic women authors, of course. They have all been recruited by Gail Simone to write for the new anthology Red Sonja: Legends. Yup. All of them. Head under the cut for all of the exciting details.

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