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Things We Saw Today: Monopoly Meets Arkham Asylum

Things We Saw Today

For sale today on ShirtPunch. I’d totally buy it if it wasn’t obnoxious orange but now I really want DC to put out a DCU version of Monopoly. (via Jen Grünwald)

  • Anna David talks about how Reality Bites completely screwed up her perception of dating and relationships at The Frisky.
  • Jamal Igle (Supergirl artist) is very close to making his Kickstarter goal for Molly Danger, an all-ages comic about a 10-year-old superheroine.
  • Hasbro and Barnes & Noble have made an exclusive deal to sell ebook versions of My Little Pony on their Nook. (via Media Bistro)

A shoulder bag made out of a real (non-working hopefully) Nintendo console. (via Fashionably Geek)

  • There’s a tumblr called Big Girl Geek that showcases geek wear for, you guessed it, bigger women. Some really cute stuff is one there!
  • An American Film Institute scholarship fund is being set up by the family of the late Tony Scott, “to help encourage and engage future generations of filmmakers.” (via The Hollywood Reporter)
  • MTV Geek wonders, Is Rob Liefeld the Charlie Sheen of Comic Books?

The BBC shows us artists Sue Austin’s underwater wheelchair. Austin created it as part of a performance for the Cultural Olympiad celebrations. “The model is powered by two dive propulsion vehicles and steered with a bespoke fin and foot-operated acrylic strip,” writes the BBC. (via Tipster Warren)

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Jill Pantozzi is a pop-culture journalist and host who writes about all things nerdy and beyond! She’s Editor in Chief of the geek girl culture site The Mary Sue (Abrams Media Network), and hosts her own blog “Has Boobs, Reads Comics” ( She co-hosts the Crazy Sexy Geeks podcast along with superhero historian Alan Kistler, contributed to a book of essays titled “Chicks Read Comics,” (Mad Norwegian Press) and had her first comic book story in the IDW anthology, “Womanthology.” In 2012, she was featured on National Geographic’s "Comic Store Heroes," a documentary on the lives of comic book fans and the following year she was one of many Batman fans profiled in the documentary, "Legends of the Knight."