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Things We Saw Today: These Doctor Who Adipose Cookies Look Fattening


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Here’s a sample of the exclusive merch Marvel will be selling at San Diego Comic-Con. For descriptions of all the items, visit Marvel.com. (/Film)

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  • Ruby Dynamite

    Oh, man! I want one of those “COULSON LIVES” t-shirts like burning!

  • Anonymous

    Is that Rocket Raccoon?

  • Hannah

    Did anyone else notice the part in the Monster’s article where the writer calls out the attractiveness of both the male art director and the female artist and feel a bit skeeved by it? He even uses almost the exact same wording. I guess at least he did it to both of them…

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    Did anyone else notice the part
    in the Monster’s article where the writer calls out the attractiveness
    of both the male art director and the female artist and feel a bit
    skeeved by it? He even uses almost the exact same wording. I guess at
    least he did it to both of them…

  • Melissa

    So with the comment regarding the James Cameron lawsuit, are the contributors of The Mary Sue going on record that they’re okay with copyright infringement?

  • Brian

    There’s no copyright infringement, it’s just not a very original film. Just because two different writers use the same cliches doesn’t mean one’s ripping off the other.

  • Abel Undercity

    Especially loving the Cybermen cookies, with the fez and the party hat.

  • http://www.thenerdybird.com/ Jill Pantozzi

    Really? That’s what you take away from that?

  • Rebecca Pahle

    There have been multiple (at least four that I’m aware of) copyright infringement lawsuits against Avatar. When a bunch of different people claim a movie’s ripped off their movie/book/album cover/whatever, you have to accept the fact that maaaaybe the reason so many people came up with the same story is less copyright infringement and more that it’s not just that original in the first place.

    Which, when it comes to Avatar, happens to be true.