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Things We Saw Today: Agent Carter’s Hayley Atwell and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’s Ming-Na Wen

Artist Justine (@laurapetries on Twitter) drew this adorable interpretation of Hayley Atwell and Ming-Na Wen at C2E2, and The Cavalry herself took notice. We did, too.

  • Meet one of Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ newcomers, Daisy Ridley, who talks about her character, Rey, as well as her interesting connection to Age of Ultron. (via Entertainment Weekly)
  • Minecraft is introducing a playable female character skin called “Alex.” Wait…has this really not been a thing ’til now? Really? (via Kotaku)

Check out this enthralling trailer for an upcoming thriller/mystery digital series called Resurrectionist, a 25-part story based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft. (via YouTube)

  • Neil Gaiman is partnering with the website to support BiblioWorks, a non-profit that helps build libraries for impoverished communities in rural Bolivia. As if you needed another reason to buy his stuff. (via
  • How to get an apology right: from Phil Plait over at the Bad Astronomy blog on Well done.

grammar mugs

The Literary Gift Company speaks to the wordsmith (and anglophile) in us all with these awesome “Grammar Grumble” mugs that hilariously point out common grammar mistakes while demonstrating correct grammar. LOVE. The six-mug set is £44.00.

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