Afternoon Snack

It’s dark, it’s cold, it’s about to be year three of a global pandemic! Let’s huddle around the ol’ virtual trash fire of internetland for warmth with this week’s Afternoon Snack.


Have you seen the new Spider-verse trailer? Okay but have you seen it enough? (Trick question: no such thing.)


Today in “OHOHOHOHO!!!!,” we recently learned that there are rumors that SpaceX is going bankrupt, and we would very much like them to be true!


We can’t stop congratulating our bud Victoria Grace Elliott on the launch of her new book, Yummy: A History of Desserts! If you, too, can’t get enough, check out her appearance on the hot comics podcast Off Panel!


Can you spot the Dragon Age news in this Dragon Age Day 2021 post by EA? Please, our reading comprehension, it’s dying…


Some of the coven are having trouble getting into a festive wintery mood, but fortunately TWICE has released a sweet, snowy music video for their song Doughnut to lift our spirits!


This is admittedly pretty niche, but our Austin HQ is really delighted about this charming historic railroad trail that is finally coming to life in our city! If we can’t have a decent national train system, at least we can turn its skeleton into some lovely paths, eh??


To close out, please enjoy this old tweet making perfect art out of a moment that literally never stops being funny.

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Shopping with the Senshi: Part 1

‘ve all been there: you’re shopping for outfits you won’t wear to special events that aren’t happening, when you start faving looks that aren’t even for you. You think, “oh my God, you know who would absolutely wear this vintage YSL blazer? Fictional character and my imaginary best friend, Sailor Mars!” And thus, Shopping with the Senshi was born, aka: What if Sailor Moon characters had online luxury consignment?

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