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Wonder Woman: Relevant or Ridiculous?

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Greek Goddess... Miss America... Xena... which role does she play in order to make others happy. Isn't that the dilemma of a woman today?

Asni’s Art Blog: The Painting of Earthsea (part 3)

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I picked up the animated movie version from Studio Ghibli and was delighted to see Tenar pop up again. There must be a fourth book then!

Comic Review: Tomie, Volume I – Junji Ito

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Tomei, Volume I is a collection of the first six Tomie stories by Junji Ito. Ito is a master of the horror manga genre, author of three aclaimed series, Uzumake, Gyu, and Tomie, which spawned a series of movies, running nine strong

FUTURESPAST EDITIONS CLASSIC REPRINT: The Fate of the Poseidonia by Clare...

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The first science fiction story authored by a woman to appear in a science fiction magazine. FuturesPast Editions Amazing Stories Classic reprint of Clare Winger Harris' THE FATE OF THE POSEIDONIA

What Were You Expecting, Baby?

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A look at criticism of Space Dandy and some thoughts with relation to Cowboy Bebop.

Interview with Jo Walton (English)

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Tanya Tynjala translates her talk with Jo Walton (a first? A translated Spanish language interview with an award winning Welsh author conducted at a Swedish science fiction convention?)

RWBY: The Anime-Inspired Webseries I Can’t Stop Talking About

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Morgana Santilli talks about what makes RWBY a great animated series, and webseries.

Review: Stand On Zanzibar by John Brunner

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Stand on Zanzibar, John Brunner's 1969 Hugo Winner for Best Novel, was one of those books I always meant to get around to reading, especially when I came across an essay that suggested it was a precursor to cyberpunk.

Consider the Magical Girl

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With the Sailor Moon relaunch just a few months away, I seem to be seeing an onslaught of magical girls in the media.

Witch: The Old Woman

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Not all witches are always out to suck a child's soul - or fatten them up and eat them

Animanga: Surprisingly Not A Man’s World

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I am glad that I've never had to defend myself and what I love because of something so trivial as my gender expression. I can only hope that the entirety of fandom can grow to this point and further as dialogues surrounding hobbies and sexism continue to spring forth.

Lords of Salem

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With The Lords Of Salem, Rob Zombie has managed to surpass his devotion to late-'70s/early-'80s slasher-film worship to make a film that is stylish and provocative, yet still being genuinely freaky.

Save Our Stereotypes

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I don't want to destroy the damsel in distress. I don't want to destroy the sleeping beauty. Or the femme fatale. Or the pollyanna....

Girl, You’re In the Army Now

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Why do authors write equal opportunities for women into fantasy worlds with pre-modern technologies and societies? Unless they are Terry Pratchett, they're only making themselves look silly.

V/H/S/ and the Case of the Missing Women

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The first V/H/S was a boy's club. The sensibility of that film, an anthology released to much acclaim and success in 2012, was so...

Hayao Miyazaki and Epic Fantasy

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Since taking on this blogging position, I have been struggling to find works that would appeal to the audience that Amazing Stories has, particularly...