Required Reading: Visiting the ‘Veronica Mars’ Set and Boycotting ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

By  · Published on February 21st, 2014

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“The Guardians of the Galaxy Looks Amazing And I Won’t Be Seeing It” – David Fairbanks at Comics Bulletin advocates for Bill Mantlo, co-creator of Rocket Raccoon, whose family faces bankruptcy just as Marvel’s stock rises. It’s unclear what Mantlo’s wishes are, but it’s a difficult ethical question for art fans regardless. Shouldn’t due credit go where credit is due?

“Jim Jarmusch: Women Are My Leaders” – David Ehrlich has lunch with the filmmaker for The Guardian to discuss Only Lovers Left Alive and the delights of watching a bird steal from his cleaning supplies.

“How Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Inspired a Disney Princess” – Melena Ryzik at The New York Times digs into the spark that created Frozen.

“On the set of the Veronica Mars movie, a Kickstarter dream comes to life” – Alan Sepinwall at HitFix hangs out with the plucky not-teen detective and the overwhelming sense of living nostalgia.

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