Author Max Wirestone shares some nerd-child memories.
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In conversation with Sirs Ian McKellen & Derek Jacobi
So much awesome in DC this weekend.
I love the coven!
Their Supreme is everything.
An interview with the author of Calling Dr. Laura.
The way Nicole J. Georges describes her process reminds of something Margaret Atwood once wrote: "The only way you can write the truth is to assume that what you set down will never be read. Not by any other person, and not even by yourself at some later date. Otherwise you begin excusing yourself." It sounds like that applies just as well to autobiographical comics!
Serving Westeros realness.
GeeksOUT tees on the TV!
My love for Starbuck morphs into a love for the lady Ranger.
I wasn't a PR fan as a kid -- it was a little past my time -- but as a parent whose kid is deeply into ever Power Rangers incarnation on Netflix right now (approximately 12,687 of them) I appreciate the cathartic effect of this short. If we can get something like this with Daniel Tiger, I'll be all set.
I like my kids' shows like I like my coffee: dark.
Just kidding, I don't drink coffee. Still, kids' entertainment is best served with an MA rating.
Ridley Scott crafts an Egyptian epic, refuses to admit Egypt is in Africa.
Female fans are saying NO to "Batman's Wife" merch, because ew.