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Indivisible: A Practical Guide For Resisting the Trump Agenda
Wow. There is so much interest in resisting Trump’s agenda that Google Docs is overloaded. We spent the weekend with a couple dozen volunteers putting together this new website and a pretty PDF version of the guide. See it at: And we’ve got a new Twitter handle, @Indivi...

“We wrote this guide because we believe that the coming years will see an unprecedented movement of Americans rising up across the country to protect our values and our neighbors. Our goal is to provide practical understanding of how your MoCs think, and how you can demonstrate to them the depth and power of the opposition to Donald Trump and Republican congressional overreach. This is not a panacea, nor is it intended to stand alone. We strongly urge you to marry the strategy in this guide with a broader commitment to creating a more just society, building local power, and addressing systemic injustice and racism.”
Winter TV Preview: Your Scoop-Filled Guide to 30+ Returning Favorites!
The holiday break is officially over, which means it’s time to ask the important questions: Will The 100 find love before the world comes to an end? Has Homeland found its Trump? Can The Flas…
By Michael Ausiello, Matt Webb Mitovich, Kimberly Roots, Andy Swift, Dave Nemetz, Vlada Gelman, Michael Slezak, Rebecca Iannucci

January 4, 2017


So I’m Kickstarting a collection of my tall ship sailing comics extravaganza Baggywrinkles right now, right? And it’s Day One and the campaign is doing really well. Like, FREAKISHLY WELL. Which means we should talk about Stretch Goals. Stretch Goals like doing THE WHOLE BOOK IN COLOR.

Yeah. That’s probably happening. I’m pretty much incoherent with joy.

Anyway, just wanted to share this preview image from colorists Joey Weiser and Michele Chidester. I really want to hire them to make this book beautiful. 

Lend a hand, won’t you?

TV Guide: Fall Preview

Sleepy Hollow (Fox)

Premieres: Thursday, Oct. 1 at 9/8c

Where We Left Off: Abbie accidentally traveled back to the Revolutionary War era alongside Katrina, who had aligned herself with Abraham.  But with the help of Grace Dixon, Abbie and Ichabod were able to undo Katrina’s time-travel spell. And once back in current day, Crane killed Katrina, who was reunited with Henry in the afterlife.

What’s Next: Picking up a year after the events of the finale, Season 3 will find Abbie and Ichabod reuniting after spending some time apart. “Crane has gone on a little bit of a sojourn in search of who he is and continuing to look for his place and his role in this modern time,” new showrunner Clifton Campbell says. But when Crane discovers something important on this journey, he returns to Sleepy Hollow to help Abbie face down the second of the seven tribulations. And though Irving, Hawley and even Headless will be absent this year, Jenny will play a much more important role. Not only will her relationship with Abbie be in a stronger place than ever, but she’ll team up with Joe Corbin – whom we met briefly in Season 2 – to track down things to help the Witnesses face the mysterious new big bad. The flashbacks will also continue to play an important role this year, as the show explores Ichabod’s relationship with Betsy Ross (Nikki Reed) and unexpected twists in American history. “Even [Ichabod] is surprised at things that were happening right under his nose that he wasn’t fully aware of,” Campbell says.

Comics to Read 9/23 - Fall has Fallen Edition

It’s official the summer of 2015 is over and we are now in a new season. But still in the same month. Next month there is a lot of comics I can’t wait to read from creators I love. I’m working on a preview guide for you. Here’s the picks for today.

Mikel Janin just draws the best Dick. Here Mr. Grayson returns home to see the Batfamily he left behind. Damian and Dick, need I say more?

Babs Tarr takes a break this issue to catch up so we have Bengal. The book concludes the Velvet Tiger arc but I really wish there was more panels between Barbara and Lori. Bengal is very good at action sequences and the book has a lot of them. We also have significant moments for two characters.

This is Gail Simone’s final issue and I’m sad about that as her Red Sonja has been very fun. Let’s hope she isn’t a stranger to the character.

Captain Marvel in that big crossover I don’t understand. But this book has been very good.

That’s it for me. Have to save my cash for October. What’s on your list?

Arrow Season 5 Villain Is Someone Oliver Helped Create

It sounds as if the past is coming back to haunt Oliver Queen in the fifth season of Arrow. In describing the big bad for the season, executive producer Wendy Mericle revealed that it is someone that Oliver had a hand in sending down a villainous path.

In the San Diego Comic-Con 2016 preview edition of TV Guide, Mericle says that ArrowSeason 5’s villain, “is somebody Oliver unwittingly created in Season 1 when he was a killer in a hood. This guy is going to be collateral damage who lost someone to the Hood and [has] spent the last several years training and plotting for revenge. He will be a true dark mirror to Oliver Queen.”

Supernatural Boss Tackles Burning Qs About Amara, God, Adam and More

By Vlada Gelman / January 19 2016, 11:36 AM PST  

Dean wasn’t the only one left confused by Amara’s behavior in the Supernatural fall finale. But luckily, TVLine has answers from executive producer Jeremy Carver about The Darkness — and even her sibling, God himself.

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Before planting a smooch on the elder Winchester, Amara appeared to have aborted her plan to suck out his soul, leaving us — and many of our readers — wondering why she would suddenly have a change of heart.

Ahead of the show’s return this Wednesday (The CW, 9/8c), Carver addressed that mystery, as well as four others involving Adam, God, Death and Lucifer.

TVLINE | It seemed like Amara was about to consume Dean’s soul, but then she

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either changed her mind or couldn’t physically do it. What happened?
That is one left up to the viewer to decide. We’re happy to let that one sit right where it is, and it’s all part of the complexities of the relationship between these two.

TVLINE | How much should we trust Lucifer when he says he was the one sending the visions to Sam?
I would trust him on that fact, yes.

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TVLINE | Now that Sam is in Hell, will this storyline touch on Adam/Michael and what happened in the cage?
The show will touch on it lightly, at this point. That’s for a couple different reasons, which I could probably [address] better at the end of the season than right now. But there’ll be some discussion of that coming up right after the break.

TVLINE | Amara gave Dean a lot of information about her brother, God.  What role, if any, will He have?
The idea of God and, “Where is God? And will God show himself?” is a question that will hang over and which will be heavily debated in the second half of the season. We’ll see each and every one of our players driven to new places in the absence of God’s presence. The longer it feels like God is not going to show, the further our main characters are going to reach for ways to solve this problem themselves. The idea of God, this sort of lurking presence, is very much part of the conversation.

TVLINE | Will there be consequences to Death’s death?
Yes. But not right off the bat. That starts to come into play more into the back half of the season.