- What happens when you try to give your children gender parity in their books, but have trouble finding enough female protagonists? [Writer Unboxed]
- Here’s an augmented reality, Pokemon Go-style game for horror fans. [Pop Horror]
- A prominent character in Bojack Horseman is currently coming to terms with his asexuality, a meaningful development for many viewers. [The Mary Sue]
- It seems like the people behind Bojack Horseman are good folk, generally. Via the AV Club, creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg tweeted a heartbreaking ode to Marge Simpson, and producer/production designer Lisa Hanawalt animated Tegan and Sara’s beautiful new music video.
- “I’m a fifteen year old girl. Here’s why I’m worried about Marvel’s new Iron Man.” [Gradient]
- An intrepid Huffington Post writer finally, once and for all, tracked down Carmen Sandiego.
- For all your internet witch needs, there’s the new Digital Coven at your disposal.
- Fusion has good things to say about Stranger Things‘s Nancy, who gets forgotten between Winona Ryder’s beautiful performance and cult favourite Barb, but is a wonderful, subtle subversion of horror movie final girls.
- Mashable has some pretty strong objections to how the women of the Harry Potter universe, characters we know and love, are portrayed in The Cursed Child.
- “Steven Universe made me gay.” [The Establishment]
Image from “Hang on to the Night,” by Tegan and Sara