Who do you think would win in a dance-off between Spider-Man and Deadpool? That question has burned in my mind for years. Fortunately, Deadpool recently met Spidey on a rooftop in L.A. to settle the matter.
Honestly, my money was on Spidey, and he looked like he was going to win, but then things got weird. You’ll see.
Check out the dance-off after the break…
Cosplaying Chewbacca is generally a warm, maybe itchy, and generally uncomfortable affair.
This new Star Wars Chewbacca Women’s hooded tank top lets you stay cool while you play one of the hairiest co-pilots in the galaxy.
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Avengers of all ages are preparing to assemble for the second annual RunDisney half marathon and these shiny superhero medals make me wish I had registered.
In November an entire weekend will be dedicated to the Avengers in Disneyland including kids races, the Avengers Super Heroes Half Marathon, the Captain America 10K, the Avengers Super Hero 5K, and the Infinity Gauntlet Challenge which is the half marathon PLUS the 10k. The celebration will kick-off with a giant pasta party, Marvel characters, and a full merchandise expo.
Good luck to everyone who will get to participate. Check out close-ups of the super amazing medals after the break.
Crocs are not my thing AT ALL, but these fuzzy-lined Chewbacca Crocs may be turning me to the dark side of footwear. With the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens right around the corner, it looks like Crocs are getting in on the fun with a Chewie shoe in both kid’s and adult sizes. That’s right—they do come in adult sizes. I just don’t know if I can bring myself to get a pair. I must …resist.
While I’m fighting an internal battle between good and evil footwear, check out more pics of these Chewie Crocs after the break.
Artist NoFlutter reimagined four fan favorite superheroines in adorable steampunk style and I’m just gushing all over these images. Power Girl, Captain Marvel, Wonder Woman, and Supergirl look amazing in their traditional colors fitted with bustle skirts, goggles, and corsets. I cannot wait to see a cosplay group take on these lovely ladies.
Check out the rest of the beauties after the break.
In Japan, people used to carry items wrapped in elegant cloth that came in various colors and decorative patterns called “furoshiki.”
Inspired by that tradition, designer Masaya Hashimoto partnered with Italian footwear company Vibram to release Furoshiki Shoes. Much like the traditional cloths wrap around items, the shoes are designed to wrap around your feet and secure with a velcro patch. Vibram is calling it the first ever “wrapping sole.”
The wrap shoes come in a variety of colors and look like they would be comfortable. Kinda like those minimalist/barefoot shoes with a stylish twist. Check out more images and a video after the break.