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  1. ANOVOS Costumers Reaches Out To Women In New Star Wars Costume Survey

    Truly they belong with us here among the clouds.

    The prop and costuming company ANOVOS creates incredibly high quality and screen-accurate replicas of your favorite Battlestar Galactica, Star Trek, and Star Wars outfits—but unfortunately, they only carry costumes for women in the first two of those franchises. This month, they've put out a survey asking potential buyers what new Star Wars outfits they'd like to see, and appear to be specifically seeking a female perspective. You know what to do, readers!

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  2. 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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  3. Things We Saw Today: The Best Doggie Star Wars Costume Yet

    And you can own it!

    If you want your dog to join you in your Star Wars group cosplay, why not grab this officially-licensed doggie bantha costume? Tusken Raider totally included. (via Geeks Are Sexy)

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Sir Ian McKellen As A Geriatric Sherlock Holmes

    Moriarty? You shall not pass!

    Ian McKellen has revealed the first image of him as a 93-year-old Sherlock in A Slight Trick of the Mind, and yep, he looks pretty much perfect.

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  5. These Guardians of the Galaxy Halloween Costumes Will Haunt Your Nightmares

    "You're welco—OH! OH GOD! GO AWAY!"

    We've been shocked at how every single trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy looks better than the last. These official costumes... not so much. I'd find it endearing that GotG is still capable of such a misstep if any other emotions could make their way through the all-encompassing terror I feel at seeing these outfits. More Rocket, plus Drax the Destroyer and Ronan, are behind the jump... if you dare.

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  6. Cool Cats of Cosplay: Sutie Brings Elsa, Black Widow, and Ariel to Life

    Fashion for Nonhumans

    If you're active on social media you might have come across this featured cosplayer without even realizing it. After discovering the world of cosplay at the age of thirteen with the character Freya from Chobits, Sutie has been on a tear cosplaying characters from anime, manga, comic books and western animation all the way into adulthood. Still mad about cosplay, Sutie has visited conventions all across the western half of the United States and has even hosted panels at a couple of them sharing tips and tricks along the way. I was fortunate enough to get Sutie to sit down and talk to me a little about her life of cosplay and some of the challenges she has faced along the way.

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  7. An Ent Grows in Brooklyn, but Takes the Train Into Manhattan Now and Then

    There And Back Again

    Our very own Rebecca Pahle spotted this costumed individual on the F line this weekend, and lest you think it's probably a Free Comic Book Day Groot costume in transit, they were apparently accompanied by a pamphlet wielding helper. Rebecca was unable to figure out what cause they were promoting, but I'm going to go ahead and assume, for my own amusement, that each pamphlet was headed with the phrase "Have You Seen This Entwife?" Check out another candid shot of the costume below...

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  8. May the 4th Be with Our Readers and Their Star Wars Day Pictures!

    May The Force Be With You

    We asked and you delivered, sharing with us all your lovely pictures of the good times you had on May 4th, Star Wars Day. Even cats got into the act, though when asked whether they were having a "good" time, no comment was offered.

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  9. Agent of S.T.Y.L.E. – The Flash Legacy Part 2!

    Agent of S.T.Y.L.E.

    From 1956 until 1986, Barry Allen was the Flash, the fastest man alive. But he fell during Crisis on Infinite Earths, becoming one with the universe as he saved it from destruction. Wally West, formerly known as Kid Flash, then became the first superhero sidekick to fulfill the unspoken promise of one day succeeding the mentor. Over the years, Wally had some wardrobe changes and stepped aside from time to time while other Flashes stood in. Finally, Barry Allen returned and then... But maybe we're getting ahead of ourselves. Let's start with the first scarlet speedster of the DC Universe's Post-Crisis era.

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  10. Agent of S.T.Y.L.E. – The Flash Legacy!

    Agent of S.T.Y.L.E.

    This week, CW released photos of actor Grant Gustin in his costume as the Flash, the scarlet speedster superhero soon to star in his own live-action series. You're all likely chatting about what you think about the suit and whether it looks like a cool, sleek costume or something that is sure to chafe a man regularly running faster than sound. In any event, it seemed like a good idea to look at the character's comic book counterparts. But we can't just talk about Barry Allen, the version of the Flash who will star in the live-action show. Barry's great, but he's just one part of a long legacy of lightning-themed champions of justice. So let's look at the history of the heroes called Flash (and some related characters).

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