TechCrunch decides: The best and worst emoji of Unicode 10.0

The always reliable Emojipedia (they have one job and they do it well (actually it’s a complex beat)) has posted the final list of emoji that will be included in the Unicode 10.0 release this June. There’s a bunch of great stuff in here if you like fantasy creatures and inclusion. But there are a couple clunkers, too. Let’s look at the best and worst of today’s emoji crop.

(Note that these illustrations are just Emojipedia’s best guess at how they might be executed — these are largely in the iOS style, which I frankly can’t stand but is also the most iconic.)