The Avengers, if They Were Hedgehogs Made of Books

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Robin Brenner, YA librarian and former Eisner Award judge, did something special for her library’s teen anime/manga club lock-in. She took a bunch of old graphic novels that had been replaced after becoming too dog-eared and spine-broken to keep on the shelves (that would otherwise have been thrown away) and turned them into Book Hedgehogs. Then she turned those book hedgehogs into the Avengers, Nick Fury, and Agent Coulson. Prepare for cute, everyone.

(via Comic Book Resources.)

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