With the massive success of Avengers: Endgame, there’s no danger of fans being without new Marvel film before long. But if you need more Marvel content in the meantime, here are some tales of your favorite superhero from outside the cinematic universe to keep you occupied.Read More
In honor of our Try An RPG Day next month (for those who identify as women and girls), Lady Diceacorn and Meepline have decided to share some of their favorite role-playing games! (And as much as Meepline loves D&D, it will not be on this list. ::shocked face::)Read More
Lady horror writer Lindsay Moore shares another experience of writing for the NoSleep podcast. This one hits quite close to home for her.Read More
Besides all of my responsibilities as a Lady, I have a full-time job as the Executive Director of a small nonprofit in Boston. We’re hyper-local, serving students in the Boston Public Schools by matching them with academic mentors, adults who go directly into their classrooms and help them with their schoolwork so that they achieve and thrive. This means that I have the unique privilege of both my professional life and my personal life being dedicated to causes that I love - public education and women’s rights. Recently, though, I had an experience in my professional life that gave me a reason to reflect on the mission of my personal projects, one that I want to explore here.Read More
This week we have another post from our Disneybounding expert – Mother Of Figments. If you’re new to “bounding,” you can check out her first post.
I’ve had a few people come up to me and say, “I’d love to Disneybound, but it seems like so much work/so expensive/so costumey” to which I say “It really doesn’t have to be.” While some Disneybounders that I’ve seen tend to go fairly literal with their outfits, often purchased from specialty shops on Etsy, or are handmade, I usually tend to be more on the abstract side of things. It’s fun, and oftentimes more budget-friendly, to collect fun accessories which can be added to an outfit to bring out the Character aspect.Read More
At our Issues on Issues: Marvel Retrospective I was asked a really good question. (Actually I was asked a lot of really good questions.) This one focused on the Captain Marvel movie and if I thought it suffered because of the lack of romance. Short answer-Absolutely NOT. The long answer is more complicated.
Captain Marvel is an origin story and it suffers from that a bit. I thought the beginning was slow, spending way too much time on the Kree rather than ramping into what it ultimately is...an identity story.Read More