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Things We Saw Today: A New Shot of Batgirl

Things We Saw Today

DC Comics is releasing free copies of a preview book for their New 52, including this great shot of Batgirl. (DC Women Kicking Ass)

This is a pretty great article about the loneliness Madeline L’Engle felt as a child, and the nature of creativity (At Geekery Online)

“But unless we are creators we are not fully alive. What do I mean by creators? Not only artists, whose acts of creation are the obvious ones of working with paint or clay or words. Creativity is a way of living life, no matter our vocation or how we earn our living. Creativity is not limited to the arts, or having some kind of important career.”


We wish the world were run on Mario Dollars … (At EPICPonyz)

We would use our Mario Dollars to buy Batman dresses and it would be marvelous. (At Global Geek News)

Someone drew fan art of each of the core characters of Community (except Chevy Chase’s Pierce) paired off with each other. The ships! THE SHIPS!

(More at Buzzfeed)

Things may be looking up for the guy who got turned down by Betty White yesterday: Terminator‘s Linda Hamilton turned the tables on the whole Marine/Celeb thing and asked him out! Check out the video below. (At The Daily What)

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