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ComicsAlliance’s New Custom Batman Converse: ‘Arkham City’ Sneakers

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As part of its DC Comics x Converse's Fall/Winter collection, shoemaker Converse launched its newest Design Your Own DC Comics Chuck Taylor All Star shoes campaign this week, featuring artwork from the Batman: Arkham City video game...

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Converse’s New DC Comics And ThunderCats Sneaker Designs For Fall/Winter 2012 [Fashion]

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Converse revealed their latest Fall/Winter collection at an exclusive event at Converse SoHo during New York Comic Con, featuring their latest DC Comics designs including Superman and Teen Titans but also a selection of ThunderCats kicks, as that 1980s favorite is also part of the Warner Bros...

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ComicsAlliance Demos Converse’s Customizable DC Comics Sneakers [Fashion]

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As the latest installment in the DC Comics x Converse collection, Converse launched today its Design Your Own DC Comics Chuck Taylor All Star shoes campaign, featuring mix-and-match custom shoe design options that include Batman, The Joker, Catwoman, and The Riddler...

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Link Ink: ‘Age of Apocalypse’ #1 Coming in March, NES Nostalgia, Banning ‘The Brick Bible’

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Upcoming: Spinning out of Uncanny X-Force is David Lapham and Roberto De La Torre's Age of Apocalypse #1, coming in March 2012.

Lego: Wal-Mart's Sams Club has pulled Brendan Powell Smith's Lego-filled book, The Brick Bible, from its shelves due to what it considers "mature content...

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Superman Joins Nike’s Zoom Huarache Trainer Superhero Line

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Before we begin, let's make something very clear here -- unless you happen to be Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald or a seven-year-old heading off to their first day of third grade, you're gonna have a really tough time pulling these off in public...

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Hadoken Like Ryu With Rumored ‘Street Fighter’ Sneakers

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Although I was more impressed by Kevin Tancharoen's recent "Mortal Kombat: Rebirth" short than the "Street Fighter: Legacy" movie we highlighted a couple of months ago, I have no trouble admitting that I'm a bigger fan of Ryu, Ken and their respective combatants than the "MK" gang, thanks in no small part to the cool "Street Fighter" comics from Udon Entertainment and the even cooler "Street Fighter" sneakers that may or may not be officially on the way...

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Comic Artists Illustrate Custom Kicks for SEEN and the CBLDF

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Most Americans typically associate 4th of July celebrations with food and fireworks, but for those attending yesterday's "Red, White and Brews" event for the newly launched pop culture website SEEN in New York City, the day will likely be remembered for its footwear as well...

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DC Heroes Kick it On French Sneakers

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Comic book fans are constantly representing their favorite superheroes with T-Shirts and baseball caps among other apparel, so why should sneakers be any different?

Italian shoemaker Superga is launching a new line of sneakers inspired by the heroes of the DC Universe...

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New Iron Man & War Machine Sneakers Light up the Court

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Casual comic book fans don't have enough evidence to decide whether or not Tony Stark is a gifted basketball player, but thanks to his highly sophisticated Iron Man armor, he's got to be capable of the occasional slam dunk...

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Adidas Forces More Star Wars Shoes Upon Your Feet

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Not too long ago, a pair of Darth Vader sneakers from Adidas came to our attention, hilariously equipped with action figure style cardboard packaging. But as it turns out, those shoes were just the tip of the iceberg...

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