Having trouble trying to figure out what you’re going to be for Halloween? Can’t decide which Superhero you have time to pull together? Never fear – let us help you with a handy-dandy-costume-guide that is sure to supercharge you with ideas.
Back in April, DC Comics and Mattel revealed the DC Super Hero Girls to the world. At the time, there was little information about the toy line beyond vague promises of figures, dolls, comics, books and clothing themed around DC’s strong lineup of female superheroes. Recently at New York Comic Con, the world got its first look at the toy line, including dolls based on Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Harley Quinn and more!
Here’s a look at some of the sexiest store bought costumes available this year. Caveat-Anything looks sexy with these models wearing them. NOTE: Jenny fans will not approve of this article. I’ve made my peace with that.
First Impressions is a column where we review comic books that meet two criteria: they must be Comixology Submit titles (self-published digital books) and they must be a first issue. The comic book genre is a treasure trove of creativity even outside established publishers–you owe it to yourself to check out some of these gems. This time we’re reviewing Ungrounded.
I really enjoy it when I come across original geek art that defies all reality and beauty. And in this case, these stained glass prints are just that. Beautiful… original… and made of paper. PAPER!? Yes – paper. So not only are these stunning, but they are affordable. Check out some of our favorites after the break, and if you want to see the whole shop selection, go see Etsy shop owner FayProductions.
Tania Katan is an activist, author and programmer. But that’s not all she is, she is a hero – dare I say superhero because she started a powerful movement to inspire women to enter the tech industry. The campaign #ItWasNeverADress has transformed a universal symbol for women into something much more meaningful. The idea is to “shift perceptions and assumptions about women and the audacious, sensitive, and powerful gestures they make every single day.”
You know that superhero TV show? That one you really like starring that white guy who was an orphan and now fights crime? But as a vigilante, of course. And he has a secret identity which should be obvious to everyone around him but then again nobody seems to mind that there’s a leather costume for this superhero for no good reason?
Yeah, that show. Or should I say one of a dozen shows? This infographic from Bea Yuen shows that a lot of those cool superhero TV shows we’re enjoying right now are…somewhat similar. Check out the full-sized graphic after the break.
I have nothing but respect for Melissa Benoist. I loved her on Glee, and I am sure she will make an awesome Supergirl. But hold the presses on that outfit. I hate it. And I realize that I might be the only one who is not excited about it. But before you shake your fist at me for going against the grain, here me out…
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