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  1. Character and Creator Diversity in Comics: What Cash & Carrie Brings to the Table

    [Editor’s Note: The following is a guest blog from creator Shawn Pryor to promote his new Kickstarter project, Cash & Carrie.] Character and creator diversity in comics is not a difficult thing to do, yet I’ve seen major publishers make promises of diversity and progression for people of color and minorities with limited and minimal […]

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  2. Ryan Reynolds Invites Little Deadpool Fan to Set for a Special Make-a-Wish

    I'm very happy young Tony Acevedo was able to get a Deadpool set visit through the Make-a-Wish Foundation as we've previously learned that film will DEFINITELY be rated R. All the fun, none of the expletives!

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  3. The Dream of Molly Danger: Comics For Children of All Ages

    Everyone has a dream. I never discount a person’s dream when they tell it to me. Even if it seems far-fetched, improbable, unbelievable or improbable, dreams drive us. A dream isn’t always obvious to us because discovering that dream can take a myriad of forms. And sometimes, just sometimes your dream forms over the course of a decade. At least that’s how Molly Danger became my dream.

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  4. A Little Girl Riding an Avengers: Age of Ultron Hulkbuster High Chair Is the Childhood Everyone Dreams Of

    I think you mean "Heartbuster."

    I never thought I'd be jealous of a toddler.

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  5. Jurassic World’s Chris Pratt Goes Head to Head With Kid on Dinosaur Trivia, Defeated by Knowledge & Cuteness

    "IN YOUR FACE, PRATT!!!"

    Many GIFs need to be made of this video from The Ellen Show in which Jurassic World star Chris Pratt goes up against Noah “Apparently Kid” Ritter. Pratt, you never stood a chance.

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  6. Little Girl’s Amazing 3D-Printed Arm Only Cost $50

    Now it won't cost you an arm and a leg for an arm or a leg.

    When Faith Lennox was born, she had no circulation in her left forearm and doctors were forced to amputate just below the elbow when she was only nine months old. Kids like Faith outgrow prosthetic limbs quickly and they're very expensive - but now 3D printing has changed all of that.

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  7. 9-Year-Old Girl Delivers Rousing Critique of Standardized Testing, Drops the World’s Biggest Mic

    Today in "Leslie Knope's home videos"

    On March 17, 9-year-old Sydney Smoot appeared at a meeting of her local school board and effectively tore the Florida Standards Assessment Test a new one, suggesting instead that students be given three smaller tests throughout the year.

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  8. Holy Cow, Watch President Obama Talk About Science With Supergirl 6-Year-Olds

    Little girls slayin'

    Please join with me in the joy that is this video. Just look at all those six-year-old girls in superhero capes at the White House science fare, half-ignoring the president as they talk tech.

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  9. Two-Year-Old IRL Katniss Sets A New Record In Archery And In Our Hearts

    Three-finger respect gesture to you, tiny archer.

    India's Dolly Shivani Cherukuri isn't even three years old yet, but she's already set to win the Hunger Games and the hearts of Panem with her incredible archery skills.

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  10. Teaching Girls to Be Their Own (Super) Heroes in a Time When Toy Aisles Teach Them Otherwise

    Marvelous.

    John Marcotte, founder of Heroic Girls and father of two superhero-obsessed daughters The Mary Sue has a great affection for, has a thing or two to say about showing girls that superheroes aren't "for boys." It's an incredibly important message, especially in a time when Marcotte says research has found that the toy aisles have never had a stronger gender divide—and that's just the tip of the gender normative iceberg.

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  11. 8th Graders Craft Frozen-Inspired Prosthetic Hand for Little Girl

    You gotta hand it to them.

    Ariah is a 6-year-old who was born without most of her right hand. When the robotics program in Deer Creek Intermediate School in St. Francis, Wisconsin learned about this, they decided that they would do something to help her out.

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  12. Tiny Children Dub Over The Ultron Trailer, Annihilate The Earth With Cuteness

    Allow us to show you something beautiful.

    I think I would see this movie one thousand times if Bruce Banner actually sounded like that.

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  13. 4-Year-Old Responds Perfectly to Boy Who Called Her Ugly, Is a True Class Act

    The mic drop heard round the world.

    Siahj (Cici) Chase, thank you for reminding us all how it's done.

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  14. Here Are A Bunch Of Kids Reciting Maya Angelou’s “Phenomenal Woman,” Because We Need This

    Phenomenal, indeed.

    This video was released by Nickelodeon a few weeks back for Black History Month, but it is just as relevant today (International Women's Day) and every day.

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  15. 3-Year-Old Geek Girl Chooses Her Own Clothes, Is a Fashion Icon

    Why don't I own any capes? This must be rectified!

    Ok, but do you think she'd let me raid her closet?

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  16. 3-Year-Old Lassoes Our Hearts, Dresses as Wonder Woman to Celebrate Last Day of Chemo

    Ah, a Wonder Woman/Onion Ninjas crossover.

    Last May three-year-old Sophia Sandoval was diagnosed with medulloblastoma, for which she underwent surgery to remove the tumor and several months of chemotherapy before returning home recently with her family.

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  17. Why Pikachu Should Be President: A 10-Year-Old’s Very Important Essay

    "Super effective."

    [Editor's Note: The following was an essay written by Georgia Roberson, the daughter of Chris Roberson (iZombie) and his business partner/wife Allison Baker. It was originally posted on Roberson's tumblr and is republished here with permission. We think you're really, really going to love it.]

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  18. Pro-Deliciousness Parents Banned From Naming Their Kid Nutella in France

    Somewhere, there is a child named pretzel who will never find their soul mate.

    "Nutella, by any other name... No, seriously. Could we please name this kid literally anything else?" -France, probably.

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  19. The Radical Brownies Are Young Girls Learning to Be Socially Conscious Badasses

    Young girls slayin'

    Today in things I wish had existed when I was a kid comes the Radical Brownies, a group of girls of color ages 8-12 taking part in a group designed to create opportunities to "form fierce sisterhood, celebrate their cultures and contribute radically to their communities."

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  20. The Lex Luthor Of Parents Sent An Invoice To A Kid For Missing Their Child’s Birthday Party

    It's my party and I'll bill if I want to.

    Did you ever make a last minute decision to not attend a party you were invited to? Did the host send you a bill for what your attendance would have cost them? Are you also five-years-old?

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