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Utterly Perplexing ‘Ame-Comi’ Costumes Revealed

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Here at ComicsAlliance, we like to keep up with the litany of inexplicable choices that is the Sexy Halloween Costume industry, and even though that holiday's still eight months away, the next bold move was revealed today by our friends over at Topless Robot:

Yep: a line of costumes based on DC Direct's Ame-Comi statues.

Over at the CostumeCraze blog -- whic

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Licensed ‘Captain America: The First Avenger’ and ‘Thor’ Costumes Revealed

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Just in time for, well, summer, the good people at Disguise have released photographs of their licensed costumes based on those seen in the Marvel Studios films Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger. While they offer both children and adults versions of the Red Skull and Cap (shield not included!), apparently the Thor line -- which inclu

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First Images of Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man and Chris Evans as Captain America Surface

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Good news everybody! We can finally stop looking at (my) crude Photoshops of Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man and Chris Evans as Captain America. Columbia Pictures released the first image of Garfield rocking cinematic webslinging duds, while Ent

Can Comics Get Fashionable With Everyday Cosplay?

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It seems like lately superhero-inspired clothing for women has been put in a pretty polarizing position. Fans can either pick up affordable logo tees and the like, or splurge for overpriced fashionista fare. No o

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The Watchmen Halloween Costume Runway Dance Party

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Duct Tape Batman Mask Makes Caped Crusading Cheap and Flashy

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Forbes once speculated that if Bruce Wayne were real, his net worth would be $6.5 billion dollars. That number has lead some to speculate just how much it would cost to be Batman. One fan estimates that th

The Greatest Cosplay of New York Comic Con [Photos]

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That cosplaying is a matter of course for comics and sci-fi/fantasy conventions is irritating to some, but we at ComicsAlliance feel only love for those most enthusiastic of fans who replicate (often at great expense) the frequently impossible ensembles of their favorite superheroes and villains and model them for our cameras at the nation's biggest events. New

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Don’t Be an Idiot: New York Comic Con’s Weapons Policy

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This year's New York Comic Con sums up its policy on weapons with one sentence in its final paragraph: "Basically, don't be an idiot." Sounds good, but in every crowd of 80,000, there are going to be a few idiots. Th

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Ask Chris #25: What Are Batman’s Worst Costumes?

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Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of Internet readers have to say. That's why we've given Senior Writer Chris Sims the punishment pleasure of stepping into the grand tradition of the Answer Man as he responds to your reader questions!

Q: With the knowledge that Batman's costume is about to change again in mind, what are your LEAST favourite bat-costumes? -- Max_Barnard

A: That's right, everybody: I'm celebrating my 25th column by doing my favorite t

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Tyrese Gibson’s Mayhem Costumes From Party City. For Real.

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Party City, if your mission was to blow our minds, you can go ahead and start patting yourself on the back. As spotted by Robot6, the store is now offering exclusive pre-orders for both adult and child-sized costumes of Tyrese Gibson's controversial super hero.

Despite fandom's polarizing relationship with the costumes' source material, I must ad

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