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  1. The Mary Sue Exclusive: She-Ra’s New Look In DC’s He-Man and the Masters of the Universe #18

    Now where did I leave that sword...

    You've been waiting for it and DC Comics have given The Mary Sue the exclusive reveal of Adora's transformation into our beloved She-Ra!

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  2. 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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  3. Things We Saw Today: Miss Piggy Wearing the Actual Hope Diamond

    Things We Saw Today

    Today is Jim Henson's birthday, and in honor of that date, nearly two dozen of his puppets will now join the original Kermit the Frog in the Smithsonian's collection. So yes. This is Miss Piggy wearing the actual Hope Diamond. Piggy herself will go on permanent display, presumably along with Kermit, and presumably with the diamond back at the National History Museum. (Smithsonian)

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  4. TV and Movie Scenes Re-Created In Minimalist Legos

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    Lego artist Nick Desimone has taken minimalist movie posters to the next level: minimalist Lego scenes. He renders classic characters in dioramas using the least amount of bricks possible, creating iconic moments without the benefit of faces, intricate detail, or non-geometric shapes-- just with brightly-colored blocks. Can you guess all of the movies and shows which are Lego-fied here? (via GeeksAreSexy)

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  5. DC Comics Resurrects He-Man, Starts Off With the Awesome Hordak

    I'm all about there being more things that there aren't enough of. Superheroes dominate the world of comics, and that's fine, but I always felt there weren't enough comics in other sci-fi/fantasy subgenres. It's getting much better, though, and I'm personally stoked to see He-Man -- you know, blond Conan in space sans the womanizing -- return to the world of comics in April. Masters of the Universe (MotU) is the perfect blend of science fiction and fantasy: Swords, spaceships, magic, pseudo-science, laser guns, and crazy doomsday devices. DC Comics picked up the reins and announced the new series in January, but now they're showing off some artwork from the first issue. Folks, Hordak's back, and he's getting scarier.

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  6. Real Master Blacksmith Forges He-Man’s Sword of Power [Video]

    Oh, hell yes. Tony Swatton is a blacksmith by trade, and he's made weapons for scads of movies and TV shows. Swords for Game of Thrones, cutlasses for Pirates of the Caribbean, Batarangs for Batman, and so on. But now he's turned his craft-- and his YouTube series, Man At Arms -- to the ultimate weapon of the universe. Swatton has forged He-Man's Sword of Power.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: The Justice League, Ottoman Empire-Style

    Things We Saw Today

    The Justice League meets the Ottoman Empire, by Ben Senturk. My inner history nerd is freaking out so much right now. Hit the link for individual shots, plus Ottoman-style Joker. (Geek-Art)

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  8. Will Masters of the Universe Reboot Have The Power To Make He-Man Cool Again?

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    Let's be honest here, I'm a She-Ra kind of gal but He-Man is certainly one of those 80s icons I appreciate (and not only for his awesome dance moves). But like most beloved childhood franchises, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe is prime for a reboot and it just so happens to already be in the works. G.I. Joe: Retaliation director Jon M. Chu is taking up the Sword of Grayskull. 

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  9. DreamWorks Acquires Classic Media, Awesome Stuff On The Way (Trust Us)

    Allow Us To Explain

    DreamWorks Animation, the folks who brought us Shrek, Madagascar, and How to Train Your Dragon, have just acquired the privately owned animation studio, Classic Media. Why should you care? Classic Media owns the motherload of awesome cartoon and comic properties. And all it cost them was $155 million in cash. Hit the jump to find out what characters from your childhood we'll likely be seeing again very soon. 

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  10. Things We Saw Today: The Cutest Darn Fan-Made Bridesmaids Poster You Ever Did See

    Things We Saw Today

    Lest we forget, Bridesmaids is up for two Oscars this weekend, Best Original Screenplay and Best Supporting Actress for Melissa McCarthy. And that's exactly when this poster will be available for sale. (Super Punch)

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