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  1. Amanda Age 30: We Should All Be Ashamed of 2013

    And That's Terrible

    Editor’s Note: as 2013 drew to a close, we asked contributing writer Amanda LaPergola to sum the year’s geekiest highlights in an entertaining and timely fashion.  We emphasized the timely part for her benefit.  That was almost two months ago.  It is now nearly the end of January, and Amanda still won’t answer any of our texts. However, this morning a mysterious package arrived at Mary Sue headquarters.  Its contents included what appeared to be a note from Amanda’s mom (“Dear Miss Sue: Please excuse my daughter’s tardiness.  She has recently begun The Master Cleanse, and every time she goes near paper, she tries to eat it.”) and the following pages…

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  2. Superheroines Jump Into Action In This Delightful Fan Art

    Today in Awesome

    DeviantArt user Pryce14, AKA Jamal Campbell, has some awesome art in his gallery, including a ton of great art of superheroines!  His ladies are in proportion, sexy but not objectified, and generally look pretty badass (check out that Psylocke!). Plus, bonus points because they all look like individuals instead of a carbon-copy "woman" template.

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  3. The Mary Sue’s Favorite Posts of 2013

    Power Grid

    We've shown you the posts that got you clicking and talking in 2013, but now it's time to get biased. See, all of us here at The Mary Sue love writing for The Mary Sue in general, but there are some posts that we just love more than the others. Maybe something exciting happened. Maybe something disappointing happened and we relished the opportunity to write about it and discuss it with our readers. Maybe someone sent us superhero-themed sex toys. 2013 was a weird year.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: LEGO Minifig Mittens

    Things We Saw Today

    Not practical, but oh-so-stylish. Carissa of Carissa Knits doesn't sell these, but she has made the knitting pattern available free of charge on her site. (Fashionably Geek)

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  5. 10 Geeky Halloween Costumes For Inveterate Procrastinators

    Power Grid

    It’s October 28th already, and you don’t have a Halloween costume. You could always go buy something at the last minute, but the high prices for poorly made, mass-produced costumes aren’t for you. But worry not, because we’ve got your back. Here are our picks for 10 geeky Halloween costumes for procrastinators, so named because they for the most part call for normal, everyday clothes. Minus assorted accessories, you’re pretty much guaranteed to have what you need for at least a few of these costumes in your closet already. Procrastinators and costume cheapskates unite!

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  6. Things We Saw Today: A Horse and Unicorn Wedding Cake Topper

    Things We Saw Today

    "Do you take this man to be your lawfully wedded husband?" "My darling, I'm so sorry, but... neeeeeiiiggghhh." (by Archie McPhee, via Laughing Squid)

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Darth Vader Paper Craft

    Things We Saw Today

    Lobulo Design puts faith in Star Wars. (via Colossal) 

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  8. New Batwoman Writer Announced, DC Gives Lame Excuse for Prohibiting Gay Marriage

    DC is making questionable decisions, the sky is blue, etc.

    If you hate sadness and poor decision-making, you may have avoided reading news about DC Comics lately – and, after Batfleck, who would blame you? [Ed note: Batfleck is great. - Glen] But with the recent news about Batwoman, things seem to keep getting worse for the comics giant.

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  9. DiDio Attempts to Explain DC’s Marriage Ban; Will Scrap Last Williams/Blackman Batwoman Issues?

    Today in things that make us scream incoherently

    DC Comics' PR has taken multiple hits this week, and this weekend is a major convention, so you know what that means: DC higher ups giving unsatisfying responses to fan outcry at Baltimore Comic Con. Specifically, we're talking about Dan DiDio saying that superheroes should never have happy personal lives, Aquaman and Mera aren't married, and that a new writer will be taking over Batwoman with issue #25.

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  10. Batwoman Writers Walk Away From DC, Citing Too Much Editorial Interference

    The Marvel marketing department must be overjoyed.

    Batwoman has consistently been one of the best titles in comics since it first hit shelves in September 2011. However, as we all know, DC likes to ruin everything it touches. So it's not surprising (but still soul-crushing) that writers J.H. Williams III and W.H. Blackman are leaving the book due to editorial changes demanded by DC.

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