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Things We Saw Today: Young Batgirl And Her Wheels

Things We Saw Today

This adorable Batgirl looks ready to kick some ass and take some names. She may be a wee bit young to drive those that car, though. (via Fashionably Geek.)

  • Women make up 40% of Comic-Con attendees this year! Now if only I were one of them…(via Comics Beat.)
  • NYC plans to convert old, out-of-use payphones into Wifi hotspots. Certainly they are more useful this way and the Wifi it’s free for now. Sweet! (via Geekosystem.)

Gear up for Geek Girl Con with this adorable Star Wars dress! (via Etsy.)

  • Legendary Entertainment has acquired Nerdist Industries, so expect well-informed, yet still impartial, scoops on the latest nerd entertainment. Congrats! (via Nerdist.)
  • Here’s a guide to feminist Disney princesses — though I have to disagree about Ariel’s outfit partially damning her to the patriarchy — women can be liberated in clamshell bikinis, thank you very much! (via Nerve.)

Here’s a map of Game of Thrones’ Westeros imagined as a Super Mario World map. Sorry, Mario, the Khaleesi is in another castle. (via I09.)

  • Fox’s The Wolverine has announced that Yun Lee will play Kenuichio Harada, the mutant half-brother of Wolverine’s ex-lover Mariko Yashida. Is it sad that I’m just breathing a sigh of relief that this movie isn’t casting White people to play Asian roles? (via Comic Book Resources.)
  • According to South Carolina’s Republican Governor Nikki Haley, sexual assault and domestic violence prevention funding is a “distraction” from a “broader mission of protecting South Carolina’s public health.” Yikes! (via The Frisky.)

SyntheticPH presents a love story for our times: “Say Anything, Say Apple.” (via Mecha Melissa.)

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