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Groundhog Day: The Musical Is the Most Fun You’ll Have on Broadway, and Its Fans Are Here to Prove It

The show is closing much too soon.

Groundhog Day: The Musical is a rare anomaly on Broadway: brilliant, energizing, totally hilarious, unexpectedly deep and sometimes tragic—and you can still score tickets without having to sell a kidney. The show is so good that an outpouring of community involvement has followed since its debut, and I asked its fans to share what makes the production special. Journey with us to Punxsutawney, P.A., the little town with a heart as big as any town.

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This Brilliant Hamlet Meme Means That All the Other “Distracted Boyfriend” Memes Can Go Home

The "Distracted Boyfriend" stock photo meme swept the Internet recently, resulting in endless iterations (and a triumphant girl-power ending to the memestory). One artist gave the meme a clever literary twist and it is currently my favorite thing.

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Mulan as Trans Icon: Personal Resonance Vs. Misinformation

Disney's Mulan speaks to many trans people's experiences of gender simply because of the nature of the story it was telling. That's awesome. What's not awesome is trying to be an ally by using those personal experiences to spread misinformation more broadly.

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This Castlevania Fanart Is So Lovely That All My Castlevania Emotions Came Back From the Dead

Four short episodes left Castlevania's fans desperate for more—luckily, Netflix has already greenlit the second season—but in the meantime, we have to get our fix from fan-made creations.

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Luc Besson Plays Art Critic While Surprising Valerian Fan Artists

Imagine if you created fan art based on an upcoming film created by one of your favorite filmmakers...only to have that filmmaker you idolize walk into the room to talk to you about it. That's what happened to these lucky artists and Luc Besson fans when they created work based on the upcoming Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.

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This Gorgeous Fanart Shows the Women of Marvel Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before

Illustrator and colorist Michi embarked on an ambitious, four-year project to bring Marvel's superheroines to life in glorious bursts of color and strikingly vivid lines.

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This Wonder Woman Fan Comic Adds an Unexpected and Hilarious Twist

I'm having a bit of a Wonder Woman moment, and as I scour the interwebs for Wonder Woman-related content, this delightful fan comic has fast become my fave. I keep returning to it every time I need something to smile about.

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Support Sexual Assault Survivors By Purchasing Some Powerful Sweet/Vicious Fan Art

Just because Sweet/Vicious was cancelled by MTV doesn't mean its fans aren't still making a difference. One fan in particular, Brittany Dailey, has taken her Sweet/Vicious fan art and translated it into real, concrete support for sexual assault survivors.

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What a Day Brightener: Moana Meets Star Wars in a Delightful Parody Song

This parody brings Maui's song, "You're Welcome," into the Star Wars universe by interpreting what Luke Skywalker might sing about if he was singing to Rey.

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James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender Create Live-Action Fan Art for Graham Norton

We could all use a distraction right now, so hopefully this is a welcome one. This week's edition of Graham Norton will feature a couch made up of James McAvoy promoting the M. Night Shyamalan thriller Split, Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard for Assassin's Creed, and Room 101's Frank Skinner.

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Things We Saw Today: James Gunn Bets a Skeptical Fan Over Undiscovered Guardians of the Galaxy Easter Egg

Apparently, all of the Guardians of the Galaxy Easter eggs have been found save one--and when a brave commenter asserted that it might not even exist, director James Gunn bet him $100,000 smackeroos to prove otherwise. It's never wise to bet against the director of the actual movie.

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Artist’s Fascinating “PokéNatomy” Pokémon Pictorials Help Us Understand the Power That’s Inside

At first glance, the realism in artist Christopher Stoll's PokéNatomy gallery is jarring, but that's really what's so great about it: These are imaginative takes on not just what we'd see underneath a Pokémon's cute (or not so cute) exterior, but how that all might work to produce the powers they use in battle.

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Redditor Artist Knows Nothing About Pokémon, Draws Them Based on Name Alone Anyway

Slurms MacKenzie even shows up to this thread!

Every so often someone comes along and reminds us just how strange our obsessions really are.

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Things We Saw Today: New Ant-Man Figure Looks Just Like…Ben Affleck?

We know it's sometimes difficult for people to keep things like celebrities, comics publishers, and superheroes straight, so maybe this new Ant-Man figure is sort-of understandable? Hot Toys is generally known for the amazing likenesses of their figures. However, as HitFix points out, their new Ant-Man figure looks more like...Ben Affleck's Batman.

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Things We Saw Today: Check Out This Amazing Stranger Things Fan Art

The best thing about art is that, when it catches on, it inspires its fans to create more art. Just about everyone is raving about Stranger Things, and Comics Alliance has an amazing gallery of awesome fan art devoted to the show. The talent on display is is totally remarkable. Go check it out!

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Things We Saw Today: A Rare Pokémon Sighting Prompts a Mad Central Park Dash

I've been watching people catch Pokémon all week now, but nothing compares to this: a rare Vaporeon sighting in Central Park a couple nights ago prompted a mad dash of tons of Pokémon GO players, much to the amusement of the user who captured it on video.

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Tom Hiddleston Breaks Down History of “Pole-Dancing Loki”

Hiddleston said the scene "was interpreted by fans as a demonstration of my hidden talent at pole dancing"--at which point Norton decided to show the pole-dancing Loki fanart, making those of us in fandom cringe and look away. Blerg.

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Celebrate Your Captain America/Bucky Barnes Feels With Fanzine Brooklyn

Let's be honest. The only reason you're excited to see Captain America: Civil War is because you can't wait to see your favorite couple, Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes, back together again! For all the Cap/Bucky shippers out there, have we got a fanzine for you!

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Inside Out: Outside Edition Shows Us Riley’s Emotions From the Outside

Pixar movies are amazing, because they not only appeal to children, but they are also intelligent and emotional enough to appeal to adults. Inside Out: Outside Edition illustrates this, as it allows us to see Riley's journey through the film with nothing but the emotions floating across her face to guide us. Check it out after the jump.

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Flags of the Galaxy Gives Us Beautiful Flag Designs for the Planets of the Star Wars Universe

Even better than the worlds creators build in our favorite sci-fi and fantasy are the way those worlds can be expanded through amazing fan art. Artist Scott Kelly combined his love of Star Wars with his love of vexillology (the serious study delving into a flag’s symbolism and design) to represent the planets of the Star Wars universe.

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