Geeking Out

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  • Roxanne Gay‘s review of the surprisingly feminist Magic Mike XXL is a real riot. Read it and giggle.
  • We are ready and waiting for Creed. See you at the theater!
  • A cute series of what the cast of Scooby-Doo would look like through the decades.
  • Was Facebook’s script to turn your profile picture into a rainbow just a data mining opportunity? Maybe, maybe not. Meanwhile, many were also making their profiles purple as part of the #MyNameIs movement, a response to Facebook’s “real names” policy.
  • Related to #MyNameIs, read this important personal essay by Zip.
  • We loved this promo for the Prime Crime slot, featuring Elementary and Person of Interest. Beautiful and alluring partners, indeed.
  • Ursula Le Guin’s classic novel The Left Hand of Darkness will soon be available as an e-book!
  • The specs for Spider-Man and Peter Parker are pretty specific and pretty sad.
  • Lately there’s been a (welcome) rise of Native American heroes in comic books.
  • Congratulations to Misty Copeland on her well deserved and historical promotion to Principal Dancer of the American Ballet Theater!
  • Long but worthy read: The New Yorker on Madeleine L’Engle
  • Ready to remodel your bathroom? Maybe these video game themed wash rooms will give you inspiration.
  • Jeff Goldblum as a centaur. Bye.
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