At Fangirl, we want to make your life easier, and make sure you don’t miss the great content published here and around the Web. So we’ve put together a list of links to our stories and those outside our website. Take a look at some of the stories from the past month… and a few extras, because why not?
OK, first, you need to meet Kayla Squires, a.k.a Squizzy, a.k.a, First COD World League Competitor extraordinaire. One of our writers, Marlee Baldridge, spoke with her and it’s a piece you don’t want to miss.
Next, keep up on the controversy surrounding the Entertainment Weekly January fan fiction writing contest. Could it be a plot for companies to earn money at a fan’s expense? Emma Lawson explains the situation.
Lastly, don’t forget to read The Legend of Wonder Woman comic review by Jennifer Smart. The story line lacks wonder, but the artwork is quite compelling.
Around the Web
He’s BAAACCK!! Yeah, I’m talking about Captain America. Marvel is bringing the Cap back for another film, Civil War, scheduled for release in May 2016. Wonder how this will compare to previous Marvel films…
In utterly heartbreaking news, Alan Rickman, lovingly known as Severus Snape, of Harry Potter fame, died of cancer. RIP, Severus. Always.
If you missed the Golden Globes, Leonardo DiCaprio caused a stir on social media with his reaction to Lady Gaga walking past him to accept her award. Watch the encounter here.
That’s it for this month, y’all.