Things We Saw Today: Nobody Gets Pants (Except for Wonder Woman)

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In the ongoing battle over Wonder Woman’s pants (or lack thereof), this time nobody gets pants. (at Fashionably Geek)

The winner of the Microsoft Excel World Championship is a 15-year old girl from the UK named Rebecca Rickwood. Because we don’t really know what to say about a Microsoft Excel World Championship, we will simply offer our most heartfelt congratulations to Rebecca Rickwood! (at Geekosystem)

When Bruce the Shark met R2-D2, it was when Steven Spielberg congratulated George Lucas on video rentals of Star Wars surpassing those of Jaws. An open letter in Variety between two people with boatloads of neverending money never seemed so friendly and genuine. (at Buzzfeed)

Leslie Esdaile “L.A.” Banks, the author of several novels that crossed the boundaries of race and genre — she wrote about everything from romance, to vampires (namely The Vampire Huntress Legend Series), to crime and suspense — passed away this week at the age of 51 of adrenal cancer. A fundraising event is set to be held in her honor in Philadelphia. (at io9)

Guys: Alan Moore: Storyteller is now on Amazon, waiting for you to buy it. It features much of Moore’s early work, provides insight into his creative process, and comes with a CD of early spoken-word performances. (via Boing Boing)

Good news! The E4 show Misfits is now streaming on Hulu! The show’s star, Robert Sheehan, who announced he’s leaving the show after two series, did an interview to talk about the show … that he announced he’s leaving after two seasons. (via Nerd Bastards)

Liza. Minelli. By Terry Richardson. (Thank you, Eliot! At Best Week Ever)

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