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Aaron Diaz

  1. 40 Webcomics You Need to Read

    Power Grid

    Comics are wonderful, visual ways of getting a story across, and it goes without saying that we at The Mary Sue love them. But as wonderful as they are, grabbing issue after issue can add up. And yet the desire for more comics persists. Luckily there are plenty of creative, engaging, funny, complex—and free!—stories and gag strips out there for those of us who need our dose of sequential art. You just have to know where to look. Enter the Internet.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Effie is a Beautiful Flower

    Things We Saw Today

    We saw this fabulous trio walking in the first trailer for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire this morning but they deserved another look. Collider has one more shot of President Snow and Plutarch.

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  3. Come Drool Over Aaron Diaz’s Concept Art for a Hypothetical Zelda Game Where Zelda is the Player Character

    Here Be Dragons

    Webcomic artist Aaron Diaz has a talent for many things. Okay, like I guess primarily drawing, but also for making great comics about philosophy and science, and also for fun, really well informed redesigns of things like Star Wars and The Lord of the Rings. This week, inspired by Anita Sarkeesian's Tropes vs. Women in Video Games, he tackled Zelda, which is to say, he's produced a number of character and item designs (as well as expository background) for a hypothetical and, frankly, likely very welcome installment of the Zelda franchise that features the titular character as the player character, rather than Link. I mean, we all like Link, but come on. Even Dixie Kong has starred in her own game.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: The X-Men As Jaded Teens

    Things We Saw Today

    Dresden Codak (drawn by Aaron Diaz) has started working on a reboot of the X-Men as teenagers and how our favorite persecuted mutants deal with the perils of getting along (or not) with their peers. I predict a great deal of angst and some mass destruction. (via Neatorama)

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  5. Things We Saw Today: Harley Quinn Is Sad About Her Revamp Outfit

    Things We Saw Today

    Dresden Codak artist Aaron Diaz gives us the spin-off saga to the DC revamp that has to exist: Tales of the Uncomfortable for ComicsAlliance. (via Aficionado of the Underrated and Unconventional)

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Aaron Diaz Reboots Batman

    Things We Saw Today

    It might seem a bit overkill to post all of Aaron Diaz's DC redesigns... but he did one of Batman. We cannot resist. (via Indistinguishable From Magic)

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Batman Joins Occupy Wallstreet

    Things We Saw Today

    The best part of this is that it isn't really even a joke. Bruce is always on the side of the little guy. By Anjin Anhut. (Dean Trippe)

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  8. Things We Saw Today: What If This Was Wonder Woman’s Costume?

    Things We Saw Today

    Dresden Codak's Aaron Diaz has five redesigns for popular comic book characters including Wonder Woman (above), Starfire, and Superman. And they are actually thoughtful, appropriate, and not-at-all appalling. (at Indistinguishable From Magic) And here is even more exciting news: This Monday, we are very excited to welcome The Nerdy Bird herself, Jill Pantozzi to our crazy coven of geekery! And that's pretty nuts, because we've been admiring her work from afar for a while now (and we're super jealous that she has Kevin Conroy on her answering machine). A freelancer for several other sites, including Newsarama (where her column Hey, That's My Cape! will continue), we're looking forward to making wonderful nerdwords together. Welcome, Jill! Also! If you're interested in getting a free Nokia Sidekick, you've only got until the end of the weekend to like our page on Facebook or follow us on Twitter!

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