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Edward Scissorhands

  1. Avon Calling! Watch an Edward Scissorhands Makeup Tutorial

    "Darn this stuff!!"

    One of my favorite scenes from Edward Scissorhands (now a comic book!) is the one where Peg tries to cake makeup on Edward's face. It just so happens a few parts of this makeup tutorial by Kandee Johnson are JUST like that.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: A Readymade Teen Girl Edward Scissorhands Halloween Costume

    Oh my.

    I feel very conflicted about this costume I saw in a store yesterday. On the one hand, it's adorable and I would totally wear it as an adult. On the other hand, you can also tell that some Halloween costume retailer saw an awesomely creative Lolita Edward Scissorhands cosplay somewhere and thought "This is what the kids wants! Let's mass produce this!"" It just feels a bit... gender-conforming as a storebought costume for tweens, I suppose. I don't know, what do you all think?

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  3. Pull It Together: Edward Scissorhands Makes His Comics Debut and More!

    We've got issues. Lots of issues.

    Welcome to Pull It Together, where the goal is to narrow the massive field of comic book titles to the ones you shouldn’t overlook. It isn’t about what’s on my pull list, it’s about what could be on yours!

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Edward Scissorhands Variant Cover Is Delightfully Unsettling

    The demon barber of your nightmares.

    This Edward Scissorhands #2 variant cover by Kevin Wada brings all the perfectly unsettling, Sweeny Todd-esque feels that you could want.

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  5. Kate Leth’s Edward Scissorhands is Coming To a Comic Shop Near You

    Snip snip!

    Get your Mary Kay bag out and trip those topiaries, because the world of Edward Scissorhands is making its comics debut this October. IDW Publishing is putting out the series, with writing from Kate Leth and art from Drew Rausch. 

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  6. Get Back To Basics With This Pop Culture Alphabet

    Awwwwww

    This charming series is the work of Jeff Victor, whose art we've featured previously. If you have young ones this might benefit -- or an empty spot on your grown-up wall -- he's got a poster print available for sale. The V, W, and X panel makes for an interesting discussion piece on the signature outfits of female characters, wouldn't you say?

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  7. Makeup Wiz Emma Pickles Isn’t a Rugrats Character, but Could Probably Make Herself Look Like One

    Supergirly

    I mean, when she isn't making herself up to look like various movie monsters and bad guys. According to the Daily Mail, Emma Pickles suffered from crippling social anxiety for most of her adolescence, which was when she first started using makeup to hide what she thought of as her facial flaws. But in the process of dealing with her anxiety, she found that her real passion in cosmetics was in theatrical makeup. Her boyfriend convinced her to upload a tutorial to her YouTube channel, and 1.5 million views later, she's considering a career in it.

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  8. Alternate Endings To Robocop, TDKR, Home Alone, & More In Bottleneck Gallery’s New Show

    Curiouser and curiouser!

    The Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn, NY recently held a show called "The Gang Is All Here," which featured some great teams from pop-culture. Next up is "Alternate Ending," where artists take some of our favorite films and either change the ending or add a scene to completely alter the ending. Over 50 artists will take part in the new show, which is co-curated with Silver Screen Society and opens this Friday at the gallery. Works that don't sell out at the opening will go on sale December 15 at 12pm eastern. Take a look. (images via Bottleneck Gallery, additional images via /Film)

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  9. 15 Gorgeous Images From Crazy 4 Cult: New York

    Fans Do Cool Things

    Crazy 4 Cult: New York, a gallery show featuring over 200 artists and their classic cult movie inspired artwork, opens on Thursday, August 9, 2012 at a Gallery 1988 pop-up store in New York at 64 Gansevoort St. in the Meat Packing District. It runs until Saturday September 1, 2012. The show has attracted thousands of visitors since its inception in 2006, and has been the subject of an international coffee book. This will be the show's first time outside of California, so make sure to show it some love, fellow New Yorkers! Hit the jump for more really amazing pieces, and see if you can spot your favorite cult film!

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  10. Adorable Children Cosplay At Comic-Con 2012

    Awwwwww

    Whether it was the kid's idea or their parents, we're thankful for kids cosplaying at this year's Comic-Con International in San Diego. Why? Because: 1.) it gives us hope for future, epic, cosplays. 2.) They're frakking adorable! We think we've rounded up a pretty nice collection for you too "oooh" and "awww" at. Take a look! (And if you missed our gallery of impressive adults, check that out too!)

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