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  1. Even More Sad Pop Culture Cuties

    Awwwwww

    JSalvador's sad pop culture drawings have been around for a good long while, but I can't get enough of the tragicomedy of them. You can find lots and lots of prints and other sad tiny art at his Etsy shop.

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  2. “Half Assed Cosplay Ideas” Tumblr Illustrates Comic Book Cosplay for Lazy People

    Why Not Do It With Some Style?

    Some cosplayers sink hundreds upon hundreds of dollars, and/or hundreds upon hundreds of hours, into creating that perfect costume. Artist Patrick Dean is not one of those people. Or he wouldn’t be, if he did cosplay. A self-described “cheapskate,” Dean created the Tumblr My Half Assed Cosplay Ideas for his cheat-sheet illustrations of how a theoretical cosplayer version of himself would dress as various superheroes using things he (mostly) already has around the house. I want someone to do a version of this for sci-fi action heroines now. Alas, I have not the drawing skills. Anyone? Bueller?

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  3. Crime-Fighting Superheroes In Michigan Split Up Over Irreconcilable Differences

    It's like Kramer vs. Kramer, but both Kramers

    It might be colder than previously thought possible in Michigan, but that doesn't stop a group of masked men from dressing up in tights and trying to save the world. Well okay, they're not really a group anymore, because the one who calls himself Batman got mad at the leader of the group and the two divided everyone with their crappy attitudes.

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  4. The Mary Sue’s Most Looked At Posts of 2013

    The Mary Sue

    On Tuesday we showed you our most commented on articles of 2013. It was a post full of the most contentious subjects in geekdom today: online and convention harassment, white washing, and, of course, the casting of Wonder Woman in a major movie adaptation. But chatter is only one way to know that a post grabbed a lot of attention. There's also views! So here are our 2013 posts that were seen by the most eyeballs. Your eyeballs.

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  5. These Frozen, Superhero Paper Snowflakes Aren’t Even Fair

    Fans Do Cool Things

    How?! The Frozen snowflakes behind the cut, created for Oh My Disney are by Kit Cameo, whose amazing snowflakes we've featured before. Comic Book Resources' Sonia Harris is responsible for the superhero designs, and while they're less intricate than the Frozen 'flakes, that means you have a better chance of being able to make them for yourself. To that end: Look! Designs that you can print out!

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  6. The Bay Area Adds To Batkid-Mania With Their Very Own Wonder Girl

    We Can Be Heroes

    You remember the fun San Francisco (and everyone else) had with Batkid, right? Well the Bay area town of Vallejo recently celebrated another young individual by turning them into a superhero for a day. Everyone, say hello to Monika Romo, aka Wonder Girl. 

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  7. Agent of S.T.Y.L.E.: Wonder Woman in Television

    Agent of S.T.Y.L.E.

    Greetings, people of Earth. This is the beginning of a regular column wherein I will discuss the history and evolution behind various costumes and designs in superhero comics and other fun media. I'll also be throwing in my own opinions, which you can take or leave certainly since we all have different tastes. To kick things off, I thought it would be fun to talk about a lady first introduced in 1941: Wonder Woman AKA Diana Prince AKA Princess Diana of Themyscira, the Paradise Island. We now know for sure that Gal Gadot will be playing her in the as-yet-untitled sequel to Man of Steel that really seems like it should be titled Hey, We're Almost the Justice League. There's a lot of debate going on about how Wonder Woman should be portrayed. So to add food for thought, this time we look at how the amazing Amazon has been portrayed in live-action shows, with a couple of honorable mentions from comics and animation.

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  8. I’m Sorry, But You Can’t Actually Buy These Amazing Superhero Hoodies

    Today in Depressing

    But I'm feeling evil, so I've decided to show them to you anyway. Yes, these hoodies by deviantARTist seventhirtytwo are only concept designs, not actual products. Feel the pain. (via: Fashionably Geek)

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  9. Superheroes As Little Kids Will Save the World With Cuteness

    Awwwwww

    "You will never defeat me, Wonder Woman! Be prepared to... awwww, look at that face! And Spider-Man, with your little pantaloons. It's OK. You can arrest me." (by Alberto Varanda, via Nerd Approved)

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  10. Superheroes Are Super Fine (Art) In This Photoshop Challenge

    Excelsior!

    Worth1000 knows the way to our hearts: By mixing sci-fi and classical paintings. Last month we showed you the results of their Star Wars Photoshop challenge, where artists took characters from a galaxy far, far away and inserted them into works of fine art. They’ve run several challenges in the same vein, but with superheroes. Yes, there is a lot of Wonder Woman. Some of our favorites are behind the jump. (via: Geeks Are Sexy)

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