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Webhead extra! Vote for your favorite web series kiss

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Just in time for Valentine’s Day: A new Webheads poll! Let’s face it—Webheads live for the kisses that curl your toes and heat you up. Our gift to you—some of our favorites all in one place!  Now go vote for Webheads’ Favorite Kiss.  It’s a tough choice, but somebody has to do it—you may just have to watch again and again and again… Lizzie Bennet Diaries   The Lizzie Bennet Diaries   Emma Approved   Carmilla   Classic Alice   Frankenstein, MD   In Earnest The Lizzie Bennet Diaries   New Adventures of Peter & Wendy   Welcome to Sanditon   Emma Approved Vote for your favorite lit web series kiss: 

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Misselthwaite Archives brings The Secret Garden into the 21st century

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What do you get when you bring childhood favorite The Secret Garden into the 21st century? The newest web series, The Misslethwaite Archives, explores the mystical story of Mary Lennox, reimagined as an orphaned teenager adjusting to life on her uncle’s Oregon estate. She hates it, but becomes absorbed in trying to find the hidden forest glade where her aunt passed away many years before. Viewer art, fan fiction and mixes will help tell the story and become part of canon. Series launch is January 23; episodes air Wednesdays and Fridays. ALL GOOD THINGS Classic Alice went dark on us for a week, and the Season 1 finale was worth the wait, but now we really want Books 8+! Watch…

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Lit for Webheads: Spotlight on Year-In-Review–Vote your fav

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It’s the end of another year and we can’t resist jumping in with 2014 Webheads Most Memorable Episodes. Let’s take some time before we toast in a new year of literary webiness to take a look back at a few of our favorite web series moments. Then vote for your favorite web series, and watch this column for the results. We loved the finale of Emma Approved (the cranes!). But we agree with #1 in the LBD Care Center fan poll, Episode 70, when Knighthouse becomes a thing—“At Last.”   “Don’t grow up; it’s a trap!” There is so much we love about The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy that it would fill a page (and it did in…

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Holiday gifts for the web series lover in your life

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Whether making your own wish list, or shopping for your favorite Webhead, we have some favorite lit series goodies we would love to get wrapped in a sparkling ribbon! Proceeds from all the gifts here go directly to support your favorite shows. A great way to get your fix and support hardworking artists. To prevent Carmilla withdrawals, every Creampuff needs this stunning poster. Why buy anything else when you could be buying books? No, really. We love that this poster from DFTBA.com says exactly that. For your Lizzie Bennet Diaries fan, get the complete series on DVD (featurettes, bloopers and commentary included!), or a special LBD edition of Pride and Prejudice with forward by executive producer Hank Green. Everyone needs…

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It’s alive! The creature has gone digital. WIN: Frankenstein MD journal

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In the novel Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley, Victor Frankenstein uses chemicals to bring life to his hideous creature. In the 1931 film based on the novel, the doctor harnesses the power of electricity to animate the monster. Today, however, the classic story requires the latest technology in order to live on. For the 21st century, Frankenstein has gone digital. The web series Frankenstein, M.D., reimagines the mad doctor as Victoria Frankenstein (Anna Lore), a brilliant medical research student under the mentorship of Dr. Waldeman. As she finishes her M.D./Ph.D., Victoria teams up with fellow med student, Iggy DeLacey (comedian Steve Zaragoza), to present a story about science and a window into her life. The series is…

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