Things We Saw Today: This Is the Kind of Superhero Shirt for Girls That Can Change the World
And don't let anyone tell them otherwise.
Buying sneakers for my older one and saw this shirt, which made me happy. Buying for friend daughter pic.twitter.com/xHNTUk0kzo
— Scott Snyder (@Ssnyder1835) December 29, 2014
“What’s wrong with wanting to be Batman’s wife?” Nothing, I guess, except that this is a message we think is much more important to send to little geek girls. Bravo.
- A New Year’s resolution to read more comics might just be the one we can all keep. Won’t you join us on it? (via Comics Alliance)
- Get acquainted with Batgirl’s psychologist—the real person that Gail Simone transformed into a comic book character. (via FEM)
OHHHH MYYYYYYY! Give me the pink serenity one. PLEASE. http://t.co/pQdNQzRHqy pic.twitter.com/UVC8v5JH4n
— Paulina Ganucheau (@PlinaGanucheau) December 29, 2014
Resident TMS Sailor Moon fanatic Victoria McNally thinks that the merchandise resurgence, including these charms, from Sailor Moon Crystal has been just as awesome as the show itself.
- A guy bought a PlayStation 4 for his niece only to find that it was just a box full of rocks on Christmas morning. Good grief. (via Polygon)
- Stan Lee comes FROM THE FUTURE. Or at least this 1988 interview sure seems like it, because he’s pretty spot on about the future of comics. (via Pajiba)
Got enough time on your hands to watch a chronologically accurate, 12-hour version of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe phase 1? Good. That means you should at least have the 26 minutes required to watch an explanation of how it should be done. (via Laughing Squid)
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