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  1. UnPocket and 1984-Inspired “Stealth Fashion” Will Make You Digitally Invisible

    Doubleplusunpocket.

    "Post-Snowden" fashion is becoming a reality as the Kickstarter for UnPocket, which renders your Internet device off-the-grid when using it, has surpassed its funding goal.

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  2. DC Wonderfully Responds To Those Terrible Superman/Wonder Woman & Batman Shirts

    Well, that's a nice start.

    Say what you want about DC Comics and their various and sundry public marketing snafus, but they're getting much, much better at quickly and graciously addressing fan concerns and apologizing for their involvement. Which, I guess they kind of had to when you think about it. Still, credit where it's due, guys.

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  3. But Why, Though? DC’s New Licensed T-Shirts Suggest Some Terrible Things About Women

    Must be a day of the week ending in "Y."

    It's Monday and we can only spend so many brain cells being frustrated with DC's marketing and licensing department on a regular basis, so let's try to ease you slowly into the annoyance you're about to feel. Here is the good news: they made a shirt designed for young female wearers, and another shirt for men that has Wonder Woman on it! Let's just bask in that vague knowledge for a second before actually looking at the shirts and aaaaaargh.

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  4. The Mary Sue Exclusive: New Suckers Apparel Clothing, Available Tonight

    So much pretty.

    Do you hear that? It's the sound of my wallet crying, because excellent geek clothing line Suckers Apparel is doing a soft launch for their new line of bathing/body suits tonight. So many comics-inpired suits, how am I supposed to choose?

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  5. Things We Saw Today: Synthetic Leather Star-Lord Jackets For All!

    Finally, I can look like an A-hole!

    This is not a drill: New American Jackets make synthetic leather Peter Quill coats designed to fit Star-Lords of all genders.

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  6. Party City Store Apologizes for Selling Slender Man Costume in Town Where “Slender Man-Inspired” Attack Occurred

    C'mon, you're Party City, not Ricky's!

    Before the creepy Internet meme became associated with some truly upsetting crimes, I think Slender Man would have made an awesome Halloween costume. Hell, in the past he's even been a plush toy! But residents of Waukesha, Wisconsin—where two 12-year-old girls allegedly attacked a classmate last May in an apparent bid to please Slender Man—are understandably unhappy with some of the items at local Party City and Spirit Halloween stores.

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  7. Meet The Mary Sue/WeLoveFine Fan Design Contest Winner Amanda Henke!

    It's so dreamy.

    Man, this gorgeously-colored design by Amanda Henke has everything. Dragons! Warrior fairies! Chains of deoxyribonucleic acid! It's no wonder, then, that "Dreaming Big" ended up one of the winners of our WeLoveFine t-shirt design contest as Editor at Large Susana Polo's final pick. Check out the rest of Henke's incredibly diverse and interesting body of work here.

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  8. Meet The Mary Sue/WeLoveFine Fan Design Contest Winner Krysten Reis!

    "My first girlfriend turned into the moon."

    Welcome to day three of our series of galleries showcasing the winners of our fan design contest with WeLoveFine. Next up is Krysten Reis, whose "The Geek Girl" was guest judge Veronica Belmont's pick. Reis also draws a damn fine Yue from Avatar: The Last Airbender, if I do say so myself.

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  9. Introducing Mako Fufu, The Winner of The Mary Sue/WeLoveFine’s Fan Design Contest

    Readers, this is Mako Fufu, one of our brightest.

    Mako Fufu's "I Am The Mary Sue" design was the #1 one vote-getter in our Mary Sue/We Love Fine contest; and as part of her grand prize, we're so excited to share some more of her work! We also got a chance to speak to the artist via e-mail about her inspiration, her process, and what she hopes to design next. Meet Mako, everyone!

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  10. Urban Outfitters Apologizes For Vintage Kent State Sweatshirt That Looks Blood-Spattered

    This is why we can't have nice overpriced things!

    Ahhh—another day, another terrible decision from a big name clothing company about what kind of products to sell. So what was it this time, Urban Outfitters? A terrible misappropriation of Native American designs and imagery? A t-shirt that tells the women wearing and looking at it to "eat less?" How about blood-spattered college sweatshirt? Okay, no, that last one's too terrible, it couldn't possibly... what's that? A "one of a kind" from Kent State? Ohhhhh boy.

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