One of the biggest disappointments I face on a regular basis is that while I have a deep and abiding love of both LEGO and super-heroes, there just aren't a lot of ways to bring those two things together
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A fabric containing viscous fluids between two layers of latex that's heat and pressure sensitive may not be any closer to becoming a fashion trend in our world as it was in Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' Watchmen, but for cosplayers trying to pull off Rorschach's unique ink-shifting mask, YouTube user guinness0507's impressive su
If you're one of the nearly 2 million Minecraft fans to have jumped into the sandbox building game's pandemonium of pixels of late, you've doubtless indulged in the Alpha version's character customization feature. While not the most sophisticated graphically, there's a certain appeal to the si
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Art: Dan Hipp imagines a kinder world where Hellboy and Abe Sapien can spend Halloween dressed as their favorite heroes instead of fighting frogs and other supernatural threats.
Webcomics: Axe Cop is currently hosting a costume contest. If you dress up as an AC character, you could win a g
Before Adam WarRock arrived on the scene, songs about superheroes used to be a thing of camp. A few of them were outstanding -- like The Ramones's cover of the 1966 Spider-Man cartoon theme song -- but most are embarrassingly bad, like Vanilla Ice's "Ninja Rap" from "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze."
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