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  1. Things We Saw Today: The Final She-Hulk Cover Is Bad-Ass Perfection

    So bittersweet.

    Series writer Charles Soule says of She-Hulk ending, "Lots of people are sharing She-Hulk with their young daughters, for example, which makes me incredibly happy. I dunno—we made something we're all very proud of, it connected with people and it's not like it will all disappear once issue #12 hits the stands. The stories will still be here."

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  2. Ridiculous Rule 63 Recreations as Presented By Dorkly

    Complete with a boobs/butt pose!

    Dorkly takes a look at some absolutely crazy rule 63 creations in comics.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Lady Luffy!

    She's going to be king of the pirates!

    This Rule 63 Luffy cosplay from One Piece by Jessdresses Cosplay is too cute for words. (via Fashionably Geek)

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  4. Don’t Conceal Your Feelings For This Amazing Rule 63 Frozen Cosplay

    Now we just need a great Rule 63 Hans.

    I can't let my love for Disney's Frozen go, and neither can cosplayer and Elsa. There's also a little King Elsa action by Hadukoushi. Enjoy these amazing cosplay shots, while I go find a stuffed Olaf to hug.

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  5. The Lizzie Bennet Diaries Team Announces Frankenstein M.D., A Web Series Starring…Victoria Frankenstein

    It's Aliiiiiiiiiiiive!

    I've never considered this particular application of Rule 63 before, but...yes. Yes. Let her explore unknown powers, and unfold to the world the deepest mysteries of creation! Pemberley Digital, the production company behind The Lizzie Bennet Diaries and Emma Approved, has joined forces with PBS Digital Studios to create a reimagined version of Mary Shelley's masterpiece. The official announcement describes the series' title character as "an obsessive, eccentric prodigy determined to prove herself in the male-dominated fields of science and medicine." For if she cannot inspire love, she will cause fear! (I know, I know. That's a monster quote.)

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  6. Genderswap and Other Cosplay With a Twist from Comic-Con 2013!

    And So It Begins

    We here at The Mary Sue always appreciate a good genderswap cosplay. Probably more than most. Also known as Rule 63, genderswap cosplay can really open our minds to new possibilities. With that in mind, take a look at our first cosplay gallery from San Diego Comic-Con 2013 (and don't forget last year's talented fans). It includes not only genderswap costumes but other alternative versions of the classic fare. Enjoy!

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  7. Genderswapped The Odyssey In Space. Need We Say More?


    Matt Fraction, could you get any cooler?

    The author has just announced that he is writing a sci-fi rule 63'd version of  Homer's The Odyssey. Christian Ward will be drawing. The project is called Ody-C, and even though we only have an image of the cover, the description alone is enough to turn some heads.

    WIth any luck we'll get more information soon, but in the mean time, we'll just have to salivate over the prospect of how this awesome concept will manifest. (via Comicsbeat)   Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Slave Leo

    Things We Saw Today

    Mad Art Lab has a big feature written by Slave Leo, a Rule 63 Princess Leia cosplayer. He's got some interesting things to say. 

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  9. Genderswap And Other Alternative Cosplay From Comic-Con 2012

    Fans Do Cool Things

    Cosplay is fun no matter what but when you've been doing it a few years, you start to think outside the box and see how you can mix things up a bit. There's also those first-timers out there who want to start with something a little less complicated (what am I saying, cosplay is always complicated!) that's more of an outfit than a costume yet still portrays their favorite character. In the last few years, genderswap and alternative versions of costumes have gotten popular in the cosplay world. Here's a collection of just those kinds of cosplays from Comic-Con International 2012.

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  10. Genderswapped Harry Potter Characters Will Make You Think All The Things

    This is just like magic!

    You've read all seven books. You've seen all eight movies. You know the characters of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter inside and out. Or do you? Take a look at what happens when DeviantArtist maaria decided to tweak your memories just a bit by laying good 'ol Rule 63 on the cast of the books. 

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  11. Things We Saw Today: A Male Dazzler

    Things We Saw Today

    This digital art by timberoo of DeviantArt depicts what the Marvel superhero Dazzler would look like if she were a man. Someone cosplay this, please. (via I Like Comics Too) What else did we find on the good ol' interwebs today? Hit the jump to find out! 

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  12. Things We Saw Today: GenderSwapped Joker/Harley Quinn

    Things We Saw Today

    Sometimes cosplay makes me weep. In a good way. This is one of those times. Sometimes cosplay also turns me on a little. This is also one of those times. Genderswapped Joker and Harley Quinn via Haus of Meta. Roxanna Meta (whose tumblr I found this on) was part of that fantastic Rule 63 Justice League group this past year. We here at The Mary Sue really want to see them do a Rule 63 Injustice League now with such notables as Ms. Freeze, Lexy Luthor and Doomsdawn (complete with rock boobs of course). Also, please invite me to be a part of it.

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  13. All 493 Original Pokemon Drawn as Anime Cosplaying Girls

    I'd want to say that someone having drawn all 493 original Pokémon as anime cosplaying females is a weird thing, but this is the Internet and stuff like that is fairly standard. Though however standard it may be, someone still took the time to lovingly draw 493 things for the rest of us to look at, and whoever the mysterious artist may be (if you know who drew this, let us know), we should at least take the time to see if we can identify which cosplaying females are which Pokémon, especially because doing so is pretty fun. Head past the break, then click on the above excerpt to view the (much) larger version containing every femaleized Pokémon.

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