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Things We Saw Today: Catwoman Cover Artist Parodies Himself


We showed you what the controversial cover to Catwoman #0 looked like and the parodies that followed but now the artist himself, Guillem March, has parodied himself by parodying R. Crumb. Yeah, that got a bit convoluted for me too. Regardless, Chris Eckert posted this image on his tumblr along with a link to March’s blog where he lambasted other artists, Cameron Stewart in particular, for trashing his work (but said it was ok for fans to). I’m exhausted, this still looks weird, let’s move on. (via Comics Alliance

  • People have been making Fifty Shades of Grey inspired desserts. The Frisky shows us a sampling.
  • Jezebel has a list (and photos) of 25 real-life kick-ass women they love.

A is for Aras (deer), B is for Brôg (bear), and C is for Cabor…Etsy user tiedyejedi has credited beautiful baby’s room decorations using the Elvish alphabet from The Lord of the Rings!

  • MovieMistakes.com writes, “The Avengers has more in-film mistakes than any other movie that was released this year.” Including, but not limited to, Scarlett Johansson’s reflection not moving in a mirror. (via MTV)

We showed you some beautiful Avengers-inspired gown illustrations earlier this week and I personally complained on twitter that no one has made anything like them in real life yet and was promptly proved wrong! And yes, this dressed is based on this other design we posted previously. (via Fashionably Geek)

Finally, today is Joss Whedon’s 47th birthday. Thank you for everything, you wonderful human being. Here’s hoping your birthdays are better than Buffy’s.

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  • Carmen Sandiego

     I believe another error was Tony’s  chestplate light being on at the beginning of a scene and then off again several other times.  Sometimes showing through his shirt and then all of the sudden… not.  I remember, because people in the audience were freaking out that he was about to have a stroke and then also wondered if he turned it off so that Loki’s “spear of destiny” would power it up.