New movie/shows/games with Women
- All my dreams have now come true. Dragonriders of Pern is getting a movie
- If good science fiction/fantasy isn’t up your ally, check out the movie Mercenaries from the Sharknado team. It’s an Expendables-esque movie with an all female cast!
- Princess Leia is getting her own comic! Marvel just keeps adding lady-led titles to their line-up
- Marvel is also giving us Angela: Asgard’s Assassin. So the good news just keeps on coming. Plus, she looks amazing.
- I’ve never wanted to play a game set in Alaska, but that was before I saw Never Alone. The game features a young female protagonist, and a host of Inupiat beliefs.
- Meet Elise, the first female character from Assassin’s Creed: Unity
- Marvel just trademarked Squirrel Girl, getting my hopes up in everyway.
Things to Watch/Read/Play:
- The most recent 3 Chicks podcast is out, and the gals get in-depth with Wonder Woman.
- If you’re in a listening mood, you can also check out the recent Waffling Around Games podcast about Dragon Age II.
- Didn’t get to go to SDCC? You can check out the “Women Who Kick Ass” Panel right here:
- So many great panels come out of gaming conferences. Check out “How to insidiously queer your games” from the GDC Vault.
- Nicki Minaj’s butt and the politics of black women’s sexuality
- Go Read Alice: The History of the Diary Novel.
- Game about HIV shows how Playing and Learning can go hand-in-hand
- Amy Reeder on Rocket Girl
- Spiderwoman’s creative team talks about Jessica Drew’s past and future
- Comics Alliance talks to the Agnela: Asgard’s Assassin creative team.
- Mark Waid on Princess Leia comic
- Twitter is really white and male
- Lucy beat out Hercules at the box office
- PBS Game/Show Counts down the Top Women in Gaming
- David Finch calls Wonder Woman a feminist icon (finally)
- Guys, there have been no women of color protagonists in top grossing sci-fi and fantasy films. This is a problem.
- Apparently, a lot of “girl-power” scenes were cut from the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Whew. So that was a lot of links, but now you’re all caught up on women in popular culture. Right?