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For now, check out the top ten most read posts on SYFY FANGRRLS from the past seven days.
If you were a kid growing up in the first days of Star Wars fever then you probably loved Battle of the Planets too. Jenna Busch digs into this nostalgic favorite.
Sony's legal stipulations for Spider-Man included the caveat that Peter Parker has to be straight and white, but really, isn't that boring and unfair and super out-of-date?
When there's soemthing strange in the universe, who's Nick Fury gonna call? Carol Danvers!
Before she married Black Panther and became Queen of Wakanda, Storm had some very interesting romantic flings, which our own Sara Century looks into.
Some of the most loathed figures in geek fiction are adolescent girls but it's definitely not misogynist, okay? The fabulous Jenny Trout breaks it down for us.
Aww, look at adorable toddler Amistad in Young Justice understanding the basic biology of pregnancy!
With Dumbo now in theaters, we look at a few of the Disney live-action remakes we would love to see happen. Call us, Bob Iger!
Why yes, you can buy Aquaman dildos. And yes, they are called AquaMoans. FANGRRLS talked to the company Geeky Sex Toys about the intersections of sexuality and geekdom and all the liberating puns within.
Into the Badlands returned to TV for the remainder of its third and final season. Carly Lane recaps the events of the midseason premiere.
In the latest episode of Star Trek: Discovery, it seems that we got a new origin story for Trek lore. Swapna Krishna's weekly recaps break it down.