Black Milk has launched a line of football-style jerseys inspired by Harry Potter, Batman, Harley Quinn, The Killing Joke and more. The Touchdown jerseys are made polyester, and they’re unisex.

Wow, I’d love to see Hogwarts take on Gotham in some sort of football/Quidditch mashup game.

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joker cosplay

This Joker cosplay by Jesse Oliva is so spot on it’s disturbing.

Man, I miss Heath Ledger.

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You’ll have to sacrifice your sight for Disney style with these Alice in Wonderland sunglasses. The perforated lenses are printed with an Alice design that you can see through. Probably. Sort of.

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Johan Lundqvist Mattsson sent us pictures of his “geeksleeve” by tattoo artist Niki Norberg and, wow.

Just WOW.

Johan says this is still a work in progress and he has more to fill in but, as you will see, it’s already pretty jaw-dropping.

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It’s become more and more common to see women with multi and brightly colored hair, myself included. It’s just another way we can express ourselves and our creative sides.

Now guys are getting in on the trend, and they’re bringing their beards on board.”Merman Hair” is all about bright, bold, and multi-colored dye jobs. Incorporating a beard just makes it more intense.

I love everything about it.

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pixel art tattoos

Ankara, Turkey-based tattoo artist Eva Krbdk took her love of cross-stitching and turned it into a brilliant new tattooing style. From Captain America’s shield to a Stormtrooper helmet, Krbdk can make even the simplest design utterly fascinating.

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If you’ve seen any of the previews for the upcoming season of Star Wars Rebels, you may have noticed a few changes in the crew. Most notably, fans picked up on some changes to Sabine’s hair and armor.

Lots of fans wondered about the reason for the change and Rebels producer Dave Filoni has provided some good answers—including the joy of messing with cosplayers.

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goat minions

People dress up their pets all the time. This usually means putting the family dog or cat in a costume, but this time around it’s a pair of twin Nigerian dwarf goats. I wonder how Gru would feel about having a couple of these guys join the team?

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Some days you’re the hero. Other days, you feel like the villain. Well, now you can have a backpack that fits booth your moods. This Star Wars reversible backpack goes mercenary with a Boba Fett design on one side and a Star Wars photo panel on the other.

Now I just wish it came with a jetpack.

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We all know that many female superheroes tend to wear costumes that are impractical at best. Artist Lord Ingvard is working on a series of revamped costumes that are functional but still feminine. He writes:

I love comics and superheroes as much as the next nerd, but the women’s costumes—sweet mother of Moses!—the COSTUMES. At the very least, highly impractical. And at worst, incredibly sexist. I mean, EXTREMELY so. Honestly, I don’t know why women haven’t been a lot more angry and vocal about this kind of thing over the years. Like “Ferguson riot” angry. Don’t get me wrong, I believe that expressing one’s sexuality is a natural, healthy thing, and certainly not something to be censured or shamed, but holly hammer of Thor, there’s a time and a place for everything!

That being said, I just had to take a shot at addressing the most obvious problems. Now, I am not by any means an experienced or accomplished character designer. I am not suggesting these costume re-designs are ideal, or even very good. My main goal was to at least TRY to approach the subject of female superheroes with the degree of logic, equality, and respect they—and their readers—deserve.

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