The Merry Month of Bae continues on SYFY FANGRRLS, and we have been 100% committed to bringing you, dear readers, the best journalism on the hot sh*t of genre. We've got EVERYTHING: panicky spouses to sex-crazed zombies; pratfalling hunks; ageless superheroes; librarian studs; even Death personified as pure hunk. Whatever your tastes, our dedicated team have something for you, but for now, let's take a look at the top ten most read posts on SYFY FANGRRLS from the past seven days.
Did you spot the fashion easter egg in Endgame dedicated to everyone's favorite romper-wearing New Zealander director?
AMC's Into the Badlands had its series finale, and Carly Lane broke it down, from the triumphant moments to the bittersweet conclusion and the wonder of what happens next.
Carol Danvers got her short hair in Endgame, and we couldn't be more delighted. Brie Larson wears it well!
Did you know someone made a film out of a Harry Styles fanfiction? Fifty Shades of Grey isn't the only fanfic that became "original," and that remains a very tough topic for most fandoms.
There's no more maligned quality for a woman to possess than arrogance, but as S.E. Fleenor notes, watching Carol Danvers embody it in glorious ways shows how confidence looks so good and appealing.
Game of Thrones isn't known for its romantic qualities, but they've still paired up more than a few odd couples in ways that have delighted and confused us. But which one reigns supreme?
Arya Stark is not a Mary Sue. Neither is Rey. Neither is Captain Marvel. Really, just stop calling female characters with skills and personalities Mary Sue, okay?
Nobody loves Maisie Williams more than Maisie Williams mega-fan Sophie Turner, and she'll probably fight you if you try to deny her that title.
Captain America finally got what he wanted in Avengers: Endgame, and the long journey to that arc remains one of the MCU's most satisfying moments. We're still crying, dammit.
Nowadays, the MCU is very happy with its sexy professor Hulk courtesy of Mark Ruffalo, but before he donned the ever-stretchy purple pants, Eric Bana and Edward Norton were the Bruce Banners du jour. Our own Courtney Enlow checked out the two very strange Hulk movies that preceded The Ruffalo Era.