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Hanie Mohd

  1. This Just Might Be the She-Hulk Shirt You Were Looking For

    Vital Information for Your Everyday Life

    When We Love Fine initially put Hanie Mohd's beautiful Marvel ladies ballgown prints up for t-shirt sales, we mentioned that while none of them were available in ladies sizes, We Love Fine has a history of being responsive to specific requests for women's shirts. The first of the prints to see enough demand for a ladies tee version is She-Hulk, and I couldn't be prouder of my favorite Marvel superheroine. Anyway, we thought you'd like to know. Mohd herself notes that the more specific the request you give We Love Fine, the more effective it is, so if you want one of the other Marvel ladies, send them an email and ask for it! Previously in Shirts

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  2. Hanie Mohd’s Marvel Ballgowns Are Now Official Marvel Merch on WeLoveFine!

    Almost Totally Excellent

    I looked at all of these and tried to figure out which one to put at the top, and immediately realized it had to be She-Hulk, holding up the world. Obviously. I mean, not because she's my favorite, or anything. It should be obvious to anyone. Hanie Mohd's gorgeous superheroine gowns in the art nouveau style are now being offered as prints and shirts at WeLoveFine. The prints are beautiful, but I know many of you will be disappointed to know that the shirts are currently only being sold in men's sizes. However, we at The Mary Sue know from experience that if WeLoveFine sees enough folks asking for ladies sizes, they get made. So I'll just leave their contact info and Mohd's artist page here. Each individual t-shirt page has a comments section in it, and that seems like the perfect place to let WeLoveFine that there are women out there who want these too.

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  3. Hanie Mohd Draws the Superladies of Marvel in Ballgowns

    Great Hera!

    Artist Hanie Mohd first piqued everybody's attention by drawing lady superheroes in comfy sweaters, but there's also an extraspecial place in our hearts for the costumes of lady superheroes redesigned as stately ball gowns. Which one of her current batch of superladies is my favorite? Can you guess?

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  4. Our 2012 Holiday Gift Guide

    Power Grid

    The holiday season is upon us, and with that comes the joy—or stress, depending on how you look at it—of giftgiving. If you're not quite sure about that perfect gift for your parent/sibling/friend/significant other/etc., you might find yourself tempted to resort to the dreaded gift card. But, dear reader, we believe in you. We know that you have it in you to do better. But everyone needs a little help, and that's where our Holiday Gift Guide comes into play. Whether the giftee in question is a comics geek, a film geek, an animation geek, whatever—there's something to be found for them on this list. You can thank us later.

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  5. Walking Dead Creator Robert Kirkman Goes To Prison (On AMC Set) [VIDEO]

    Braaaaiiiinnnnns

    As someone who had their first comic story published in Womanthology recently, I can relate to what Robert Kirkman is feeling right now at least in a small way. I got to see my story realized in images thanks to Hanie Mohd but I can't even begin to imagine what it would be like to see it come together before my eyes in real life. That's what Kirkman got to experience during the last few seasons of AMC's The Walking Dead but even more so during production of Season 3. That's when they started building the prison. No spoilers here except the part about the prison being a set piece, which I guess we already spoiled? Whatever, it's going to be awesome. (via Blastr)

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Super Ladies in Sweaters, Now on Postcards

    Things We Saw Today

    Hanie Mohd is back again with her lovely DC Ladies In Sweaters series. Send these to your friends, or anyone else who needs a postcard of awesome women superheros (doesn't everyone, though?). (via Etsy.)

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Fry & Leela’s Love Children

    Things We Saw Today

    Well this is just plain adorable. Reddit user Doodiescoop (aka Becca Jones) drew what would happen if Futurama's Fry and Leela decided to have children. (via io9)

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Hanie’s Last Sweater Superlady (For Now)

    Things We Saw Today

    You adored her Wonder Woman gown but it was her DC Ladies in Sweaters that originally got everyone talking. Well here's my Womanthology artist Hanie Mohd's last Sweater Superlady, Medusa from Marvel Comics. But don't worry! She writes she's only done, "At least till autumn comes around again." Read on for all the other fabulous things we saw today. 

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Hanie Mohd’s Wonder Woman Gown

    Things We Saw Today

    I admit, I'm terribly biased because Hanie Mohd is my Womanthology artist but I have a pie ready to hit the face of anyone who says this isn't gorgeous. She previously illustrated a stylish, but more casual Wonder Woman dress but decided to draw something more "mature and glamourous" this time around. Please, someone pay her to do an officially licensed clothing and accessories line. We will buy it all. (via Hanie Mohd) Now, let's take a look at what else we saw today... 

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  10. Womanthology Exists! We Have Physical Proof!

    Great Hera!

    The Kickstarter comic sensation of 2011 is almost here! We're talking of course about Womanthology, the women-created comic book anthology from IDW Publishing featuring an all-star lineup of writers and artists plus a slew of new talent. Hit the jump to see what a physical copy of the book looks like! 

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