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In an effort that spanned the globe, cosplayers gathered to set a Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people dressed as DC Comics Superheroes. The event took place over 24-hours with thousand dressing up to be a part of the record. Fans from United States, Brazil, Australia, and more all set up events in their own countries to make the day a success.

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This 3-pack of knee high socks features some of your favorite Marvel ladies fighting the forces of boring footwear. There’s Black Widow, Captain Marvel, and Spider-Woman each in a cotton/polyester/spandex blend.

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If you never had an interest in makeup, that will probably change after you check out the work of Lianne Moseley. The self-trained makeup artist makes her living doing standard work on brides and models, but recently began dedicating her free time and ample skill to transforming people into superheroes that literally look as if they just took a trip from the pages of a comic book into the third dimension. Needless to say, the internet quickly took notice, leading to the landing of her first professional gig at the beginning of the month.

The process is said to take several hours to complete, and as you will see in the additional examples after the jump, the results will make you think you’re looking at something created with Photoshop.

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If you have a love for superhero hoodies, Coyote Pop has some kickass new styles that you should definitely check out.

The hoodies are released in limited waves and they’ve got sizes for men, women and kids. While they don’t have the names of who each hoodie represents, I’m guessing you can figure it out.

Take a closer look after the break and grab ‘em before they’re gone.

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Etsy is a delightful place because you never know what sort of gems you’ll find there. One place to look for treasure is Seams Nostalgic. The shop specializes in vintage glamour, and they’ve managed to blend that with superheros and sci-fi.

Owned by Abi Casey, the shop has a whole line of classy circle skirts featuring heroes like Wonder Woman, Black Widow, Captain America, and more. Some of the designs are obvious, but others are subtle and can be worn to the office. These would be ideal for a ’50s superhero cosplay group. Just saying. Keep in mind the skirts are made to order and are ready to ship in 4-6 weeks.

More fabulous skirts after the break.

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Etsy seller Charming Clay Creation comes up with the best friendship necklaces. We’ve featured her Sherlock and Watson design in the past, and now we’re drooling over her superhero and villain pairings. Each heart-shaped necklace can be worn as one piece, turned into a magnet, or split and shared between friends. They’re handmade from polymer clay, and the designs featured the Joker and Harley Quinn, Captain America and the Winter Soldier, and more. I’m head over heels for them.

Note: the Etsy shop is closed right now but will reopen on October 15th.

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Sure, you might be wearing your short-shorts now, but Fall is right around the corner and these Rogue and Gambit leggings are the perfect addition to your cold weather wardrobe. Each leg features an allover print of the character on a 95/5 polyester/spandex blend for a snug fit.

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Oh, Spider-Man. Well, at least he never has to buy his own waxing kit.

(Dragonarte via Geeks Are Sexy)

superhero laundry day

(via Pleated Jeans)

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Little Brayden Denton loved superheroes, so when he passed after a battle with brain cancer, his family decided to dress as his favorite characters to honor him at his funeral. His pallbearers dressed as Spider-Man, Batman, Superman, Thor, The Hulk, and Iron Man as they carried him to his final resting place.

Our thoughts go out to Brayden’s family.

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