Things We Saw Today: Awesome DC Super Hero Girls Cosplay
For their annual WonderCon cosplay, the fine folks over at Heroic Girls and their daughters teamed up with some other families for an awesome DC Super Hero Girls cosplay. They even got a chance to show their cosplay off to Lisa Yee, writer of the first DC Super Hero Girls book! (image courtesy of Wonderwall Visions)
- In honor of the franchise’s fiftieth anniversary, Star Trek is getting its own 25-piece line of MAC Cosmetics. You can learn more over on Comic Book Resources.
- The Flash‘s Grant Gustin will star alongside Kathy Bates in an indie drama directed by William H. Macy! (via Deadline)
- The most recent issue of Interview magazine celebrates “New Progressives,” or, as the magazine’s cover defines it, “the people leading us forward.” The issue features gamechangers like Amandla Stenberg, Rowan Blanchard, Ethan James Green, Hari Nef, Emmanuel Olunkwa, Tyler Ford, Deray McKesson, Jane Fonda, Chelsea Manning, and Cecile Richards. You can pick up a print issue for yourself on Friday. (via Jezebel)
- In celebration of Women’s History Month, Tumblr’s Creators have revealed motion portraits in honor of female innovators in STEM fields, activism, and politic. You can find them all here.
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Anyway, that’s what we saw on the Internet today. What about you?
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