I think this Mary Jane Watson cosplay by Ainlina is just mesmerizing. It’s also pretty accurate. Check out the famous J. Scott Campbell art it’s based on after the break.
This skirt will turn heads. It’s bright, shapely, and will look positvely smashing with a tank and blazer. The design (available at Nordstrom of all places) features comic book style and sound effects. If you can get away with wearing it to the office, do it. Don’t just save it for conventions!
Check out more angles of the skirt after the break.
There’s getting a tattoo to show your devotion to your favorite book, film, or TV series and then there’s getting ink that covers your entire back. Both choices are a commitment but getting a giant tattoo removed is going to be a lot more expensive – if not impossible. The giant pieces are miniature masterpieces.
The huge X-Men tattoo featuring Dark Phoenix pictured above is stunning. Image found on Acid Cow.
See six more pieces of inked art after the break.
Thanks to Etsy, comic book fans can own a plethora of accessories featuring their favorite groups and characters. The number of X-Men necklaces on the site alone boggles the mind. The handmade marketplace offers options that just weren’t readily available before, and it’s easy to make a giant wishlist of jewelry, bags, scarves, cufflinks – you name it. I’ve rounded up some of my favorites.
A sound effect necklace is a classic choice. You can get the one pictured above for $18 from GlitterbombUK.
Check out six more items after the break.
This bracelet features all your favorite female comic book characters gathered in one beautiful bracelet. The full-color images include Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Batgirl, Zatana, Catwoman, She Hulk, Wonder Woman and Power Girl. They’re each set in resin on an elastic bracelet for a comfortable fit on most wrists.
See more pictures after the break…
Kate Spade’s pulled out some comic book inspiration for these colorful mittens! The design is perfectly situated so that when you curl your fingers into a fist to take out the bad guy terrorizing your street, the “Pow!” will be the last thing he sees before you punch him out. Or you know, it will just look cool curled around a coffee cup.
DC, Marvel, bright colors, pastels – Etsy seller Sweet Cheeks Stitches has almost any kind of comic book skirt you could want. Her high-waist mini skirts feature Batman, Wonder Woman, Wolverine, comic book panels, Spider-Man, and more. I’m super impressed at all the options. I also like that the skirts have an elastic waistband and are mostly one size fits all and ready to ship!
See more skirt options after the break.
Someone has finally designed a Deadpool hoodie. The character’s signature look was practically made for it, and this sweatshirt does not disappoint. You can even fully embrace the costume aspect by zipping it up to cover your face. Pre-order now; the estimated ship month is October.
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Truth: I find any kind of cosmetics at least ten times more appealing when the colors are named after geeky things. In this case, Espionage Cosmetics has created a line of cosmetic grade glitter based on comic book actions. I think these shades go perfectly with the vibrant look of comics!
If you’re having flashbacks to glitter-sprinkled body lotion, just remember that’s not the only way to use this product. You can wear it as eye shadow, add some to your nail polish, or even put a touch on your lips. The comic book collection premiered at the recent GeekGirlCon and will be available to order soon at the link below.