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Little Girls Dressed As Superheroes Are Drawn As Those Superheros, And We Would Definitely Read Comics About Them

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We saw some of these drawings from the amazing collection Alex Law has amassed back in April, but now we can see more amazing superheroes designed by little girls. Law “secretly” expressed the hope that someone would make the 8-bit Mage-Knight into an actual game when he posted the design, and I have to say, I would absolutely play that game. I love that the girl who inspired the drawing was battle-ready to begin with.

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  • Anonymous

    These are just adorable ♥

    Damn right I would read about them!

  • Nicole Elizabeth Currie

    I love these so much.

  • Thomas Hayes

    Daaaaw. You’re right about the Mage-Knight, that original posed photo is really cool.

  • Emily Neenan

    Quick! To Kickstarter!

  • TKS

    The Mage Knight looks especially awesome! I wish she was a Dragon Age character.

  • totz the plaid

    The original characters are cooler than the redesigns in my opinion, though they’re all awesome.

  • totz the plaid

    …and the pink Batsuit is probably the best of all!

  • Anonymous is the correct link to “View all on one page”

    Very cool, btw

  • Jill Pantozzi

    Sorry about that, edited!

  • LifeLessons

    Oh. Just joy! :)

  • Herbert West

    Not Dragon Age, no. She’s just a kid!

  • TKS

    But how awesome would that kid be? A couple of Templars show up at her house, “We’ve come to take your daughter to the circle.” The parents beg and plead and fight them to keep their daughter. The altercation gets heated and the parents are killed by the Templars for hiding an apostate. The kick the door to her room in and say “Alright, little girl. Come with us.” And she looks up and calmly says, “…no.”

    Next thing you know, there’s a huge explosion of light as the Templars fly out the house’s front door, one dead and one moaning on the ground. She picks up a sword that a Templar dropped, walks to the surviving Templar and ends it.

    Also, Isabella and her make an instant connection, since Isabella’s the only one that can make her laugh. Varric calls her “Little Bit.”

  • Emily Hill

    I defiantly start reading DC again if the women were drawn more like this