Things We Saw Today: X-Men Poster Is As Dark And Brooding As The Wolverine Will Be
Things We Saw Today
Marko Manev‘s new X-Men print is very noir– I half expected the title to be “The Maltese Phoenix.” Check it out over at Slashfilm
- Ladies helping girls become badass app-making ladies over at The Frisky
- Here, have some GIFs of superheroes dancing— you can never have too many GIFs of twerking Spider-Man! (Or Oppan Avengers Style)
- Over at the LA Times’ Hero Complex, authors of color are getting some much-needed recognition, discussing the tangled interplay of gender, race, and speculative fiction that is so often overlooked. You won’t see any all-white medieval England high fantasy coming from any of these awesome women.
- Update on yesterday’s “TWST” story about cosplay body pillows posted sans cosplayers’ consent from io9: company producing controversial pillows backs down. They changed their policy, saying: “We would like everyone to know that their privacy is of utmost importance to us and that we did not intend to violate their privacy in any way.” Damn skippy.
From Neatorama: this Beemo teapot is adorable. That is all.
- #598704 on the list of reasons why Microsoft is shooting itself in the foot: male presenter at Microsoft’s E3 Event Makes a Rape Joke, and somehow no one is surprised.
- On a related note: Anita Sarkeesian calls out the complete lack of female protagonists in the new Xbox One games shown at E3 on her twitter, and, lo and behold, gets death and rape threats. Right there is reason #598705. Oh, Lewis’ Law…
- Your dose of ’90s childhood nostalgia for the day: Capcom announced that Duck Tales is going to be remastered and released for the PC on Steam! Life is like a hurricane here in Duckburg…
- Lois Lane is getting some well-deserved attention with Lois Lane: A Celebration of 75 HC. (via dcwomenkickingass)
This new Thinkgeek Raggedy Doctor doll doesn’t look as much like Matt Smith as one might expect…
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