I know what you really want from Comic-Con coverage.
Pictures of Idris Elba’s arms Outfits! (Go Fug Yourself)
On what Taylor Swift maybe should but definitely won’t learn from Beyoncé when it comes to the media. (Lainey)
Leslie Jones came back to Twitter (or, really, she never left), and took a meeting with its CEO. She’d also like to remind everyone who thinks “freedom of speech” = “I YELL WHATEVER I WANT OR ELSE IT’S CENSORSHIP” that they are the dumbest of dummies. (Jezebel)
I don’t want to presume to know what’s best for Amber Heard right now, but maybe a charismatic, potentially evil billionaire isn’t it? (Celebitchy)
Maybe Amber could take a lesson from my friend Lucia, who just created the most beautiful anthem for nerd love and nice boys everywhere. (Prepare to be humming this all weekend, as it is lovely and perfect.)
Lindsay Lohan is totes political now. And super worldly. (DListed)
How that other convention is influencing Comic-Con. (Vanity Fair)
Patrick Stewart has some really strong feelings about hardware stores. (Mashable)
Woody Guthrie once wrote a poem about Donald Trump’s racist dad. (AV Club)
I am IN LOVE with this piece on female possession and exorcism, from 17th Century nuns to Ghostbusters. (The Establishment)
Okay, but THINK ABOUT IT. Have you ever seen Batman and Archer in the same place? (Revelist)
The sixth volume of Saga by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples came out earlier this month, and Cannonball Read has a non-spoilery review for you. Hint: despite the lack of Lying Cat, maydays loved it. Have you read this graphic novel series? (Cannonball Read 8)
Happy Friday! You all are the coolest cats I know.