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Mary Elizabeth Winstead will star in The Cellar, the J.J. Abrams-produced pic from Bad Robot about woman who wakes up underground after a terrible car accident and fears she’s been abducted.

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Mary Elizabeth Winstead will star in The Cellar, the J.J. Abrams-produced pic from Bad Robot about woman who wakes up underground after a terrible car accident and fears she’s been abducted.

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thegreatsubject:

"Godzilla says that I should learn to fight my own battles, y’know."

-Godzilla’s Revenge (1969)

I can’t think of anyone hated more than Godzooky than Scrappy-Doo. Maybe Hitler.

How can people who think Terra-Man is stupid possibly exist. A cowboy kidnapped by an alien who steals the tech to become a space-bandit is amazing.

Oh yeah, in case you thought ‘aliens stealing gold’ idea looked familiar, that’s the precursor.

From Superman #249 (March 1972).

motorquest:

Scott Pilgrim vs The World - TS4 CAS Demo

Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead)

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dcwomenkickingass:

The arrival of the new Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan resonated with many readers who were happy to have a character in comics that resembled themselves. One of those of a long time reader MayaK. I asked Maya who has been reading comics for four decades the impact that having a character like Kamala means to her and how much it would have meant when she was a young reader. Her thoughts follow.

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When Sue approached me about this piece I envisioned a review of Ms. Marvel and how it resonated with me as a woman of South Asian descent.  My parents emigrated from India to the United States in the late 1950s and I was born a day before the Civil Rights Act was enacted. However, the more I tried to write the review the more the larger issue of diversity in general in the genre nagged at me.  Why does diversity matter? What does diversity mean?  Why are some in the community so resistant to the idea?  Why is diversity in comics, really media, such a divisive issue?  

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Why no that “glow around Rahne” coloring instruction hasn’t at all bothered me every single day since 1982. Not at all. Nope. Totally fine with it being there. I am. Really.

From Marvel Graphic Novel #4 - The New Mutants (1982).


Favorite Mary Elizabeth Winstead Photos. (x)

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Favorite Mary Elizabeth Winstead Photos. (x)

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fishstickmonkey:

Merkulov, A.:
AUTOMATION SERVES MAN
Foreign Languages Publishing House, Moscow, [ca. 1960].
“One cannot help being enthusiastic about the wholly automated shop for the mass production of antifriction bearings at the First State Bearings Plant in Moscow.”
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