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My Storenvy is open again! And things are on sale. Use the code SEPTEMBER to get 25% off everything in the store. The sale runs until the end of September.

This particular post features buttons, featuring some new Supernatural and Guardians of the Galaxy stuff. The “mix n match” option (pick out any 6 buttons for $5) is still available.

PS. There are now Winter Soldier and Falcon buttons

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If you didn’t know, Halloween is my FAVORITE holiday and almost every year I struggle with finding a costume that’s cheap, comfy, re-useable, is in character, and flattering. (Also easy,because I don’t have time to sew and customize.)

This year, after watching Guardians of the Galaxy for the 3rd time (UNF Chris Pratt), I realized…. hey… I think I can pull of that Star-Lord costume! 

So, if you’re like me, and want to dress up as the Legendary Outlaw here’s where you can find a cheap way to do it and get a pretty dope outfit:

Faux Leather Moto Jacket - $18 (Currently $15 in the store) 

Classic Long Sleeve Top (Blue) - $6 

A pair of jeans

Chocolate Boots - $40

Bonus points:

Orange Headphones ($20) - Cheaper version (Black Headphones with Orange Foam replacements ($12)

Mask - $90 (I’m personally not getting the mask because $$$, but if you wanna.) 

Star-Lord Blaster - $30 (I’m a maybe on getting this myself because what the heck would I do with it after Halloween?) 

Still on the hunt for a GOOD wig that’s under $20, but that’s also optional at this point. 

MARVEL ANNOUNCES ROCKET RACCOON AND GROOT HOMAGE COVERS FOR NOVEMBER

By Chris Sims

So it turns out that, defying any expectations that we may have had five years ago, Rocket Raccoon and Groot are the most popular characters in the most popular movie of the summer. In other words, get used to seeing them literally everywhere — starting with 20 of Marvel’s comics for November, where the talking tree and his surly procyonid pal are taking over with a series of variant covers.

Even better, the variants are homages to classic Marvel covers, ranging from classics like Captain America’s reappearance in the Marvel Universe back in Avengers #4 to one of the most obscure and self-referential homages that I’ve ever seen. It’s actually pretty amazing.

CHECK OUT THE COVERS AT COMICS ALLIANCE

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