It’s been a while, how’ve you been?
- “Marvel’s Black Panther cast will be 90% African or African-American.” Happy days! [Comics Book Resources]
- It’s always disappointing when it becomes hard to support a great piece of media like Rat Queens, but there have been a whole lot of shenanigans where the comics’ illustrator is concerned, as the Mary Sue reports.
- If you loved that whole #StarringJohnCho thing that happened recently, let me introduce #StarringConstanceWu. [Colorlines]
- “A hacktivist Facebook group is crowdsourcing plans for a female utopia.” [Vocativ]
- The AV Club is riding the Margaery Tyrell bandwagon hard, and I am 100% here for it.
- “The surprising power of Sansa Stark: reflections from a sister survivor.” [Wear Your Voice]
- “Unlocking the lesbian noir in David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive.” [Unicorn Booty]
- This is a very poignant essay on belief, fear, and mystic atheism. [The Toast]
- “Crip lit: toward an intersectional crip syllabus.” [Autostraddle]
- Also from Autostraddle, Homestuck and the power of LGBTQ representation.
- Little White Lies takes a critical look at the racial issues at the heart of the World of Warcraft franchise, and speculates about the upcoming film.
- “Ghostbusters steps right into the hostility of gender politics.” [The New York Times]
- Bitch writes about Hidden Figures, that little movie I’m not at all dying to see about NASA engineers, with Janelle Monáe, Taraji P. Henson, and Octavia Spencer.
- Bitch also tackles Steven Universe and the show’s “quiet gender revolutions.”
- Hey look The Sims doesn’t restrict hair, clothing, and accessories options based on gender anymore! [The Guardian]
- “On WisCon and who is allowed to feel welcome.” [K. Tempest Bradford]
Image: Film still from Hidden Figures