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  1. New Promo Art For Agent Carter, Other Cool Upcoming Shows That Nonetheless Aren’t Agent Carter

    Fangasm

    Sorry, The Flash, Constantine, Gotham, iZombie, Hieroglyph, and Orange is the New Black. We love you. We do. And we're glad that you being picked up to series means we're seeing some official logos/character art. (The exception is Orange is the New Black, the second season of which was confirmed by Netflix ages ago... in fact, they've already committed to a third). But we're still not quite off the high of "OMG OMG OMG Peggy Carter is absolutely 100% getting her own TV show OMG OMG OMG."

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  2. Fact: If Books Had More Pokémon In Them, You’d Read More

    Inside of a dog it's too dark to read

    I'm not saying you don't read a lot already, I'm just saying that we would all definitely read more. It all started when Nintendo of America tweeted a few of its own, and pretty soon, sure enough the internet took over with photoshopped covers.

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  3. Protect Your Pockets With These Pint-Size Pop Culture Amigurumi

    Awwwwww

    I have a soft spot for any object that allows me to use the word "stubby." These cute crocheted buddies are the handiwork of Louis Mensinger, and can be purchased at his Etsy shop, Louie's Loops (keychains are an option). If you'd prefer something a tad more practical, he makes themed iPhone covers, too. Click through to see more! (via So Geek Chic)

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  4. These Pop Culture-Inspired Fashion Designs Are Simply Fabulous, Darling

    eye candy

    Fashion is not my strong suit. As I put this post together, I'm wearing a yoga top and the comfiest pants I own, which I think are ten years old by now. But even I, uncouth peasant that I am, can appreciate the classiness of artist Sara Richard's "Haute Pop" series. How do I begin to pick a favorite? Even bloody lab coats are swank here. Click through for more, and be sure to follow her Tumblr for new designs every Sunday.

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  5. What If Tim Burton Had Made Disney’s Frozen?

    It is a gift!

    Ok, Disney. Your job, if you choose to accept it, is to hire Tim Burton to remake Frozen. Like, right now. Sounds like a win-win situation to me. While we wait for them to take action, check out tumblr user Yoko's fantastical take on Frozen in the style of Burton.

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  6. Jill and Rebecca’s Favorite Moments From Game of Thrones, “First Of His Name”

    Hear Me Roar

    What did Jill and Rebecca like best from this week's Game of Thrones? How much will we gush over the irrepressible adorability of Podrick Payne? Hit the jump to find out.

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  7. Our Readers’ Free Comic Book Day Pictures!

    Excelsior!

    Ahh, seems just like yesterday that we were at our local comic shops, getting free goodies. Wait...that was yesterday! And as requested, you guys sent us some mighty fine pictures of yourselves, your comics, and your geeklings. Let's get to the good stuff!

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  8. Modernist Pokémon Art Is Super Effective At Making Me Wish I Had More Money

    Shiny

    Why don't you Pokéclick over to Pokétsy and take a Pokégander at artist Marcelebi Dugarchomp's Pokémon art, which takes as its inspiration the "minimal realism" style of modernist painter Charley Harper? Simple. Stunning. Sawsbuck. You can see more of Dugarchomp's work on Tumblr and deviantART.

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  9. Vikings Visual Recap: Season Finale, “The Lord’s Prayer”

    Recap

    That's it, my lovelies. No more Vikings. Until after the hiatus, that is. Want to relive a season of Athelstan being the physical embodiment of a flower crown, women being better than their peers, and people being weird with skulls? We have previous Vikings visual recaps for that. For now, let's jump into the last visual recap with our heads held high and a love of goats in our hearts.

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  10. My Little Pony, Comic Books, Doctor Who & More Come To Life In 3D Papercraft

    eye candy

    Amber Mitchell and her husband Brian are the proprietors of ThePaperPonyPlace on Etsy, a shop with some things we think you might like. "We create all of our shadowboxes using cardstock and layer them with foam adhesive tabs. This makes them pop up like a 3D picture. All of our boxes come in a frame and are ready to hang on the wall. Please feel free to message us with commission requests," they write, "We love all fandoms!" Take a look at their work featuring The Walking Dead, video game characters, anime, My Little Pony, and more.

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  11. Jill and Rebecca’s Favorite Moments From Game of Thrones, “Oathkeeper”

    Winter Is Coming

    Something your resident Game of Thrones fanatics Jill and Rebecca didn't like about this week's episode of Game of Thrones: Ladies getting raped two weeks in a row. Things we did like: These 17 moments.

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  12. The Mary Sue’s Gif-Filled Guide to the Cast of Star Wars: Episode VII

    Power Grid

    I don't know if you've heard, but yesterday there was a big announcement about the new cast of... Space Wars? Star Battle? Star Wars: Episode VII, that's it. I have a lot of feelings about the actors who were chosen, and I also have a lot of reaction gifs in my collection. Thus this guide was born.

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  13. This Star Wars Staples Art Will Punch Thousands of Tiny Holes In Your Brain

    In Which We Make A Terrible Pun

    Damn, James Haggerty. I use staples to hold pieces of paper together, but he uses them to create intricate Star Wars mosaics. I respect that. You could say office supplies are a... staple of his artistic method.

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  14. The Cosplay of C2E2 2014!

    Today in Awesome

    Did you get to the Chicago Comics and Entertainment Expo this weekend? Well, neither did we. Fortunately, the internet has provided all the C2E2 cosplay that we could ever want to look at. So let's look at it!

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  15. These Illustrated Superhero Silhouettes Shed Light On Origin Stories

    Submitted For Your Approval

    Superhero origins are often frightening or humbling, and I think that's what we love about them. We love the idea that an ordinary human being can become something extraordinary. We love the idea that even gods and aliens can find kinship with humanity. I see those qualities reflected in Khoa Ho's "Superheroes - Past/Present" poster series, and I admire how simply that effect is achieved. Click through for a sampling of his work. Prints are available at Hero Complex Gallery.

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  16. Vikings Visual Recap: The Choice

    Recap

    After last night we have just one more episode of Vikings left before the long wait for season three. I'm already planning the "Ragnar with baby goats" fanart series that'll carry me through the hiatus.

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  17. The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview: Betty & Veronica Jumbo Comics Digest #223

    The Mary Sue Exclusive

    Betty & Veronica Jumbo Comics Digest #223 promises that Archie will have to make a very serious decision: who to take to prom. I guess that would be pretty important, if in seventy three years of being a character, you were just hitting prom now!

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  18. Famous TV & Movie Characters Get Appropriate Business Cards

    Highly Successful Marketing Strategies

    Benedetto Papi and Edoardo Santamato of Invasione Creativa have put together a fun series to show off their design talents. It's called Change the Perspective and features the likes of Sauron, Batman, Amélie, and more!

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  19. Star Wars Has Never Looked Prettier Than it Does in Miniature

    May The Force Be With You

    ZahirBatin's photos taken with Star Wars action figures are sometimes funny, sometimes sad, and sometimes just beautiful. But they all paint a picture of the every day trials of a stormtrooper. It's not all bad, though. Some times you get to meet very large baby chickens.

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  20. Not to Play Favorites, But Genderswapped “Bombshell Avengers” Was the Best Cosplay at WonderCon

    Peanut Butter and Chocolate

    Hey, I call it like I see it. But I'm also biased, because I really enjoy an old-fashioned clothing aesthetic, as opposed to other old-fashioned things like fewer rights for women and penicillin not having been invented. But I'm getting sidetracked. This cosplay group, photographed by Justin Davidson (more pics at the link), is amazing. I'm giving up on cosplay, because I don't think I can improve on that Red Skull.

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