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  • Kickstarter of the Week: The SEA is Ours: Tales of Steampunk Southeast Asia

    Kickstarter of the Week: The SEA is Ours: Tales of Steampunk Southeast Asia0

    Retro-futurism can be anachronistic fun for the whole family, so you’d think steampunk would be a good time for all. But the big issue with the sci-fi sub-genre is its often white-centric stories, which reflect the lack of representation that has been (and remains) all too common in current-day pop culture and media. Editor of

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  • Colouring Is for Badass Feminists

    Colouring Is for Badass Feminists0

    • June 30, 2015

    In case you didn’t know, colouring is the shit. There are truly few artistic pursuits that are both therapeutic and require little-to-no artistic talent to enjoy, and don’t leave you harshing yourself about your skills (or lack thereof, in my case.) And colouring is maybe the finest among them! You know what is even cooler

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  • Fury Road as Feminism or Strong Female Characters ™

    Fury Road as Feminism or Strong Female Characters ™9

    • May 25, 2015

    If you are financially and physically capable of going to the movies and have chosen not to see Mad Max: Fury Road, I can imagine some legitimate reasons. I know that the excessive violence and subplot of sexual slavery promised in the trailer has left some concerned that the content could be triggering – and

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  • The Broken Frontier Anthology Kickstarter Campaign is Ending Soon

    The Broken Frontier Anthology Kickstarter Campaign is Ending Soon2

    If you’ve been sleeping on the Broken Frontier and A Wave New World collaboration Broken Frontier Anthology, time to hop out of bed and get funding. Ending May 23, 2015, this independent comics anthology promises to deliver mind-blowing art and stories from the fringes of the universe and beyond from over 40 different writers and

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