January 30, 2015

Constantine Set Visit Photos

Back in November I went on a set visit that took a group of media behind the scenes of The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, Powers, and Constantine. I'm always impressed by the amount of work that goes into building the fake worlds we watch on our television screens and all of these sets amazed me with their size and quality. From the Salvatore mansion to Constantine's mill house - I was inwardly flailing for a few days. Okay, outwardly flailing sometimes too, but I did my best to stay professional.

I mentioned Constantine's mill house and holy smokes, it was like walking around in a candy store. The two-story set was decorated to the nth degree. Production designer Dave Blass made it feel like a real home. It's practically overlowing with books, gadgets, and oddities. And let's not forget all the easter eggs. In fact, if you're a DC Comics fan and you're not following Blass on Twitter, go remedy that now. He shares photos, sketches, hints, and all kinds of goodies about sets in Constantine all the time.

And Blass was a delight during the set visit. He answered our questions - sometimes repeatedly - and let us wonder around the mill house to take a closer look at whatever we wanted. One area was off limit for spoilers, but for the most part, we were allowed to take pictures at will. And I did. Here are a few of them:

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Look at the Zatara poster:

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Looking down from the second floor before going down the spiral staircase:

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Chas was here:

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Investigating mysterious happenings:

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So many books.

Yeah. I would have been happy to spend the entire day in the mill house - as long as I could avoid all the traps. Read all about my Constantine set visit at IGN. More importantly, keep watching Constantine live to help its chances for renewal!

January 28, 2015

Genderbent Jack Frost and Elsa Costumes

Elsa from Frozen and Jack Frost from Rise of the Guardians make the perfect pair. And by perfect, I mean adorable/attractive/etc. It seems like fans started shipping the two characters right after Frozen hit theaters, and it wasn't long before they were mashed up (an Elsa braid with a Jack Frost costume, for example) or cosplayed together. I know there are tons of other icy heroes and villains Elsa could go for, but I'm sticking with this one. I was reminded of why when I saw this gender swapped Jack cosplay and Elsa cosplay:

So. Gorgeous.
Diana, a.k.a. Dids Rainfall, is Rule 63/genderbent/gender swapped Jack Frost and DinyChan is Elsa. (Psst: DinyChan posted several shots documenting the making of her Elsa costume. They're worth a look).

Photos by Peck Photography

h/t Cosplay Blog

January 26, 2015

The Many Expressions of Han Solo

I have Han Solo on the brain. I'm finally reading the Brian Daley trilogy (I just finished the first book and am so on board), and I'm writing an article about the scoundrel for StarWars.com. It seemed like a good a time as any to pause for a moment and recognize the varied and wonderful facial expressions of Han Solo.

No one does eye rolls like Han Solo.

That smile.

This is me every Monday, Han. I understand.

Plans are overrated.

There's the lightbulb going off.

Just don't even.

Who me? Nope, I was nowhere near the place. I was dead at the time.

We don't know either.

No words.

So indignant!

Thank you, Harrison Ford. Can't wait to see what new gifs I'll be able to add to this list after The Force Awakens.

All gifs via Giphy.

January 22, 2015

10 Minute Star Wars: The Force Awakens Sith Cosplay

It turns out that snow is good for something. Don't tell anyone I said that.

Nah, I actually don't hate snow. I strongly dislike it, but I recognize that it can be positively beautiful. Just over a week ago we received buckets of snow, and I took advantage of the fact that it was snowy but too cold and went for a long walk at Squire's Castle metro park (yes, there actually is an old castle). When I posted a video of falling snow, some smart folks suggested that all the woods were missing was the mysterious figure/Sith named Kylo Ren holding a trisaber from the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer. Hmm. I put it in the back of my head, but the snow melted in a couple of days.

I noticed the snow falling steadily yesterday morning and the gears started turning. I knew I had enough pieces in my wardrobe and cosplay arsenal to put together a makeshift The Force Awakens Kylo Ren costume and re-create the snowy forest scene from the trailer. It took me ten minutes to change, 40 minutes in the car to the metro park, and 20 minute outdoors and this happened:

What I'm wearing:
Black long sleeve t-shirt
Black jeans
Black skirt that's asymmetrical and layered - I thought it would make the line of the costume better but just ended up making me look like I'm wearing MC Hammer pants because I had to stuff it into my boot
Black knee high cuffed boots
My dark green-gray Merida cape turned inside out to show the black lining
Black leather gloves
Darth Vader plastic lightsaber

It was tricky to replicate the exact pose and lines of Kylo Ren in the teaser. If I didn't pull the cape in just right, I looked weird. If I didn't put my right leg far enough out, I looked weird. If I tried to crouch over too much, I would fall. But I'm happy with the result. It was a fun way to spend an hour.

A screencap from The Force Awakens teaser for reference:

Yes, my trisaber is more Amy-sized. And yes, it stopped snowing as hard once we got to the park. Of course.

Photo edits:
Obviously the forest isn't that shade of blue at midday so that was altered, and the trisaber was added over the Darth Vader lightsaber I was holding.

January 21, 2015

My Reaction to the Star Wars: Episode VII Boy-Targeted Merchandising Plan

I am a fan of Star Wars. To the point of being obsessive. I purchase toys, clothing, props, housewares - a variety of goods featuring Star Wars logos, characters, everything. Despite that, it feels like I'm not wanted by marketing because I'm a girl. We're often excluded and ignored, and I'm so weary of gender based marketing that I could punch things. I recently discussed the lack of Hera and to some degree Sabine in Star Wars Rebels merchandise, noticed that neither Black Widow or Scarlet Witch are part of this group of The Avengers: Age of Ultron toys from Hasbro, and today? Well, female fandom got another kick to the gut courtesy of a Star Wars: Episode VII merchandising plan.

Jedi News grabbed a picture of the plan at the UK Toy Fair. Please click to enlarge to see all the details.

This is the plan for The Force Awakens merchandise being sold in the UK. Aside from the part where they misspell Carrie Fisher's last name, let's focus on the merchandise target:

Priority: Boys 5-12
Secondary: Parents/Gift Givers

That sound you hear? Me weeping tears of rage and frustration. I know it only mentions the primary and secondary target demographics and not all of the marketing targets, but why is it "boys" and not "kids?" Why must this gender based crap continue? It hurts to be excluded entirely. Women could fall into the secondary categories so at least there's that... I guess?

And it does have an effect. If it stings for me as an adult who understands the context and shitty yet inexcusable business reasons surrounding this, think about how it would make a young girl feel. To give an example of how it goes both ways, a friend said her boys were both excited to see Strange Magic until they heard George Lucas say it was for girls. Then they weren't interested. Thanks for reinforcing gender stereotypes, all of society! This is why we can't have nice things.

Because this issue has hit me so hard recently, I don't have any more words at the moment. I don't have the answer. For goodness sake, I was outside in the snow this morning dressed as a Sith - what do I have to do to prove I am a fan worthy of being marketed to? Argh. So, my reaction in gifs.

When I first saw the merchandising plan:

source: moviegifss
A few minutes later:

source: CafeMom
Then anger:

source: HarryPotter.cc

And then back to:

source: Reddit
And finally:

source: Reaction Gifs

January 20, 2015

Review: R2-D2 Sixth Scale Figure by Sideshow Collectibles

You can relax, everybody. I've found the droid I was looking for! Whew. Sideshow Collectibles had it all along. R2-D2 is one of my favorite characters in all of Star Wars so I was excited when Sideshow announced their R2-D2 Sixth Scale Figure complete with accessories, compartments that open, his drink tray from Return of the Jedi, and a Princess Leia hologram. That last accessory makes me particularly happy. The R2-D2 statue isn't scheduled to ship until February-March, but Sideshow sent one my way for advance review purposes. It happened to arrive at my doorstep on my birthday last week which seemed like a good sign, and this little astromech model didn't disappoint.

My R2-D2 arrived in a white box since he shipped early and was in simple but secure packaging. Every part was carefully nestled into place, and I can see that it won't be a puzzle to get all the parts back in if I ever need to put R2-D2 away. As you see, the package has the droid, the serving tray and arms, cups, Luke's lightsaber, Ben Kenobi's table, a Leia hologram, and lots of tools that you can insert into all the compartments that open on R2-D2's body.

Has R2-D2 ever looked so pretty? At 6.75 inches tall, he's big enough for you to appreciate all the little touches. The panels are all weathered just right, and it's apparent Sideshow's artists spent a lot of time looking at reference pictures of R2-D2. The wires look just right, the legs are spot on, and in short, it's like a mini R2-D2 walked off the screen and into my house.

Several panels pop open on R2-D2's front and on the top of his dome. You can use the magnetic end of the lightsaber to make them swing open too! I found that quite entertaining and recorded a short video to show you how it works. You can open the panels on top of his head by pushing in to release them. Inside you'll find the life scanner and periscope! If you can't get them to extend, just gently turn R2-D2 upside down and shake them out. They'll stay extended until you retract them. Another cool moving part: the third leg extends and retracts. Again, all you have to do is push in to release it and then push the leg back in to lock it. Easy as pie.

Artoo is loaded with gadgets, gizmos, and Luke's lightsaber. He's basically prepared to get you out of any scrape you find yourself in. We know he's good at saving the day and this is one reason why: he has everything he needs on hand.

You can take the many accessories and insert them into any of R2-D2's open compartments. There are plenty of mix and match options so you can trick R2-D2 out or give him a holiday.

If you really want to put R2-D2 to work, make him serve a round of drinks! The serving tray fits easily over R2-D2's legs, and the seven cups snap right into place without pushing them very hard. And yeah, each cup of green liquid looks detailed.

The part I like best about the serving tray is the serving tool. It slides onto a peg on the top of R2-D2's dome and is completely articulated. You can stretch it out and move it around so you can pour liquid into each and every glass. Wouldn't want to leave anyone on Jabba's sail barge out!

Did I mention the light-up parts? No? Well, let's remedy that. R2-D2's dome and the table both have on/off switches to add an extra bit of oomph to the figure. The dome portion of the figure easily comes off so you can control the battery; it then lights up the projector, Artoo's "eye," and a couple panels on the back. Obi-Wan's table has the power switch on the bottom, and you can turn Leia on and off by pressing down on one of Obi-Wan's salt and pepper shakers (what else do you think he used to add flavor to bantha steaks?)

My figures and statues are organized in a messy way if that makes sense. There's not a rhyme or reason to how they're displayed. But that might change because of this R2-D2. The details, the lights, and the accessories all add up to a gorgeous collectible that makes me want to build a diorama. I want to create Ben Kenobi's Tatooine home so I can re-create the scene where R2-D2 reveals Leia's plea for help. Now, will I actually complete that? I don't know. Not any time soon. The point is that this statue makes me want to.

You can pre-order a sixth scale R2-D2 of your very own for $149.99 or set up a payment plan for $75/month. He'll be shipping between February and March, and I expect you to send me pictures on Twitter or Instagram when you receive yours.

Ready for the long list of what comes in the box?
Highly Detailed R2 Series Astromech Sculpt
Rotating Dome with Articulated Projectors Ports and Hinged Panel Utility Access Ports
Light Up Logic Function Display, Processor State Indicators & Holographic Projector
Extending Life Scanner
Extending Periscope
Hidden Skywalker Saber Hilt with Magnet Tip for Panel Access
Articulated Terrain Tread Legs
Articulated and Retractable Third Tread Leg
Two (2) Articulated Control Arms
Three (3) Application Arm Compartments with Hinged Panels
One Access Compartment with Hinged Panel
Articulated Drink Serving Arm
Multi-Tiered Serving Tray Attachment
Seven (7) Drinking Glasses
Ben Kenobi's Table with Optional Illuminated Princess Leia Transmission Hologram
Computer Terminal Arm
Grasping Arm
Power Charge Arm

Yes, you can pose him until the banthas come home!

Need more pictures of R2-D2? I've got them at Flickr.

Full disclosure: R2-D2 was provided by Sideshow Collectibles for review purposes. This did not affect my review of the product.

Cut Into a Delicious Wampa Cake

Luke Skywalker exacted some pretty satisfying revenge upon the wampa for hanging him upside down and planning to devour him, but you can take more jabs at the creature from Hoth by cutting into a wampa cake! I mean, you have to make said wampa cake first, but Kathleen of Yummy Crumbles has you covered. Look:

Kathleen was inspired by some wampa cupcakes by Sugar Swings and made her cake from red velvet (because of course), cream cheese frosting, and sweetened coconut. The teeth and horns are made from different kinds of frosting. The blood is optional, but come on, you have to include it. You could use red gel food coloring or strawberry glaze to achieve the "just fed" wampa look. Pretend he snacked on anything but a cute yet smelly tauntaun.

Recipe and instructions at Yummy Crumbles. Thanks for sending the link my way, Kathleen!

January 19, 2015

DIY Star Wars Rememberlutions/Memories Jar for 2015

When the end of the year rolls around - and it will before we know it - it can be all too easy to beat up on yourself for everything you didn't get done. I scrambled at the end of 2014 to cross a couple of goals off my list, but I still felt like a loser for missing the mark on others. And I shouldn't. I worked hard, I tried new things, and I added a lot to the "WIN" column of life last year. Because our brains tend to forget about all the positive and focus on the negative, it's a great idea to keep track of all your accomplishments and happy moments and you can make it extra fun by crafting a "rememberlutions" jar, also known as a memories jar.

BuzzFeed posted a how-to for rememberlutions jars, and a friend sent the link around to our girl gang (we're going to have jackets made one of these days) and suggested we make them. Is the idea of a memory jar cheesy? Maybe a little, but I don't care because I'm already looking forward to opening up the jar next December. Speaking of my jar, here's the finished product:

I know. You're all shocked that I tied it in to Star Wars. I made a giant label because I wanted to cover up the one already there (I upcycled a jar of salsa), and it says "Great, kid! Get cocky." It's a reminder to myself that it's okay to pat yourself on the back from time to time. I used Mod Podge to seal the label once it was applied.

I painted the lid with a few coats of black acrylic paint and then used a white gel pen to draw on stars. I had an extra Millennium Falcon Micro Machine lying about (I have a problem when it comes to Star Wars miniatures) and I hot glued the tiny ship to the top of the lid.

As for all that glitter, well, I might regret my decision to put glitter on the inside of the jar when it's time to open it next year. I used my finger to smear a thin coat of Mod Podge wherever I wanted the glitter to stick, poured in the glitter, swirled it around, and dumped out the excess. I accidentally dumped some of it into my lap and will undoubtedly be finding silver glitter on my desk chair for months to come.

For the finishing touches I glued a black ribbon around the neck of the jar and cut some stars from black craft foam. You can tell I freehanded it because the stars are all lopsided. Once I hot glued the stars on, I dabbed on some Mod Podge and added glitter because I just really like glitter.

Once the glitter, glue, and paint were all dry, I wrote down a couple of great things about 2015 so far and added them to my memories jar.

My favorite part about this project is that you can decorate your jar with whatever you want. We had a cute Groot jar in our group with Groot inside the jar, a jar with Darth Vader wearing a pearl necklace, and one decorated with Hello Kitty, Sailor Mars, and Pinkie Pie.

Here's what you need to make your own rememberlutions/memory jar:
Any ol' jar
Your choice of craft supplies like glitter, stickers, pom pom balls, googly eyes, feathers, ribbon, paint, puff paint, paper, etc.
Pictures you print from the web or cut-outs from magazines or comics
Hot glue
Mod Podge (I always seem to need Mod Podge and not just because I love the smell)

You can do anything to your jar that makes you happy. Add your favorite quote, your favorite character, and whatever decorations you want. You'll be looking it all year long so pick a design you won't tire of seeing. Visit Pinterest if you need some memory jar inspiration.

Then, whenever anything great happens to you - and it will - write it on a piece of paper and add it to the jar and include the date. Write down all accomplishments or exciting moments - big or small. Examples: "I built a new database for work," "I sold my first feature length article to a magazine," "I cataloged all my books and didn't cry." You get the idea.

If you end up making a memory jar, please send me a picture on Twitter.

January 15, 2015

The Best Way to Read Marvel's Star Wars #1

Marvel Comics got back into the Star Wars saddle yesterday with the release of Star Wars #1 by writer Jason Aaron and artist John Cassaday. If you couldn't get to the comic book shop or don't have one in your area, the title is available on comiXology and Louis Ghanem has demonstrated the best way to read the digital version:

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Did you pick up Star Wars #1? If so, what did you think?

January 14, 2015

Agent Carter's Battles Against Sexism

I'm learning plenty from ABC's Agent Carter. Maybe the hardest hitting lesson is that sexism was rampant in the 1940s. I was aware of that fact, of course, but seeing it on the screen (even if it's a touch dramatized) is something else. This animated vieo by Leigh Lahav and Oren Mendez emphasizes the battle Peggy has to fight within the SSR:

The official Agent Carter Twitter account posted a gif last night that addresses one of those remarks and it made me want to hug them:

Who else is watching Agent Carter? If you're interested, I'm reviewing the series for Nerdist!

January 13, 2015

Using Goodreads to Catalog Your Book Collection

I had a handful of goals when 2014 started and being the procrastinator that I am, I waited until the end of the year to cross most of them off the list. One of these projects was cataloging all the books and trade paperbacks in the house. Having moved all those books a few times in the last year and a half, I knew it wasn't a small task and never worked up the necessary amount of resolve to rise to the challenge. But, I grew weary of looking through our many bookcases to try to see if we had a given title - it especially became relevant around the holidays when I couldn't remember which trades of Saga we owned, etc. It was time.

Two of many, many bookcases
On the last Saturday of the year I spent some time researching which apps and programs would work best for the project. I needed something with a scanner that could pick up all the necessary information from the barcode and a list that I could export into a spreadsheet. I read about a ton of apps, free and "premium," and I ended up going with Goodreads. I don't know if it's the best app for the job, but it covered the basics. I spent most of Saturday and part of Sunday scanning everything I could and while I haven't organized and merged lists yet, I know we have almost 1,400 titles. Yes, I'm aware I have a book problem.

Here's how I made Goodreads work for book cataloging:
You can set up custom lists outside of Goodreads' three default ones: Read, Currently Reading, and To-Read. But here's the catch: as far as I can tell, you can't export the custom lists. So, the custom Owned shelf I created didn't really matter. For the purposes of the project, I decided to scan the book collection into the To-Read list. Yes, any friends who pay attention to the home page on Goodreads got flooded with my work for two days. There's probably a way to make what you add to your lists private, but I was too lazy to look into that (sorry, Goodreads friends!).

When I finished scanning and searching, I exported my shelves into Excel and filtered it to only show To-Read (it automatically includes all three lists in the export). That's the base for my catalog, and I can add new books to the Excel list as well as other books that don't have barcodes.

The negative part about using Goodreads for the project:
Like I said, Goodreads worked fine. Many of the hiccups I encountered would likely have happened regardless of which app I used, but there was an annoying thing about using Goodreads. You can't have a book on two lists. That's fine, it makes sense. However, that means any books I own and have already read and have in the Read category on Goodreads got moved out to the To-Read list when I cataloged them. I made note of those books by taking pictures of them, and I need to carve out some time to add them all back to the Read shelf.

I could have left them on the Read shelf and just made notes to add them to my final spreadsheet, but that also would have involved taking a picture or writing the title down. It would have been a little less work but still a pain.

The tedious aspects of cataloging:
Aside from anything specifically related to using Goodreads, these were the most tedious parts of the hours and hours I spent cataloging:
- If a book didn't have a 13 digit ISBN number, I had to use the search function and look it up manually. That meant old books, nearly all my paperbacks, and many trade paperbacks that were labeled as "direct sales" couldn't be scanned. That added a significant amount of time to the process.
- If you like purchasing sketchbooks or indie books at conventions like I do, prepare to make a handwritten or typed list of all those things because chances are they aren't in Goodreads. And I'm not saying sketchbooks should be in Goodreads, that doesn't necessarily fit, just a caveat to be aware of. I wrote the titles down at first and then switched to taking pictures of the covers. I have yet to translate those pictures to items on my list.

Overall though, I was surprised it only took a couple of days. I marathoned the Serial podcast and then rewatched some Vampire Diaries as I worked, and that helped the time go by. At the end of cataloging, my joints hurt and I was covered in dust, but it was worth it. It makes me happy to be able to see every book, trade, and graphic novel at a glance and to learn in a second whether or not I have the first two Saga trades (and I don't for some reason even though I know I've read them). The process also allowed me to weed out duplicates.

For 2015, I'd like to take my spreadsheet and use it to determine a way to organize the book collection so it's easier to find any given title. It won't be simple to arrange nearly 1,400 books in a proper system so I'll probably put that off until next December.

R2-D2 and BB-8 Bad Robot Logo T-Shirts

When J.J. Abrams started working with Lucasfilm, it was only a matter of time before the Bad Robot logo was mashed up with droids from Star Wars. R2-D2 Bad Robot logos by Dana Lechtenberg appeared almost immediately, but now that we've met BB-8 (who I will probably always call soccer ball droid), Lechtenberg has added him into the image:

Pretty adorable, no? And here's the R2-D2 one in case you haven't seen it:

You can pre-order both of these tees now at Dana Lechtenberg's store; they're scheduled to ship next month!

New Avengers: Age of Ultron Trailer

Marvel released a new trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron during a football game last night. It's an interesting context for a trailer debut, but it's sort of like when they've made comic book announcements on The View. I didn't feel pressured to tune in because I knew the trailer would be available online, and then I forgot about it until this morning. Fail.

So, in case anyone else missed it, behold the latest footage from Age of Ultron:

I could watching Hulk and Iron Man fighting all day.

January 12, 2015

Harrison Ford's Characters Walked Into a Bar...

What if Rick Deckard, Han Solo, and Indiana Jones ran into each other at the bar? As long as they put aside the grumpiness of Harrison Ford, they might have an interesting conversation. DeviantArt user Rabittooth imagined how such an encounter might look, and I have to say that I would pay to be allowed to be their bartender.

Click to enlarge:

h/t The Pixel Factor

January 9, 2015

Star Wars Rebel merchandise and Hera

Star Wars Rebels is awesome for many reasons, and two of those reasons are named Hera and Sabine. Hera Syndulla and Sabine Wren are part of the primary cast, and they're capable, skilled, and valuable members of the team. But, sadly, as was the case with Gamora from Guardians of the Galaxy, they're being left out of merchandise. Weirdly enough, Hera is being put aside more than Sabine.

Bria tackled the topic of #whereshera at Tosche Station earlier this week, and I wrote a piece for Comic Book Resources about the frustrations of Hera-less merchandise. I feel like toy companies keep having opportunities to be inclusive and by and large, keep failing. Bandai's Big Hero 6 toys included the entire team, but that's rare and it shouldn't be.

The fact that both Hera and Sabine aren't included on more merch is silly, but putting more of a focus on Sabine seems sillier. Hera is the co-leader of the group. She owns and pilots the ship. She's pulled a number of crazy and impressive flying stunts since the series premiere. She's fought side by side with Sabine and knows her way around a blaster. Hera is the one who has all the secret contacts with other rebels and plans their missions. She has just as much design and toy appeal as Sabine, and while I guess her lekku (she's a Twi'lek) could cause some toy manufacturing challenges, that's no excuse for wearables.

A tiny part of me wonders if Sabine is included because she's Ezra's crush and he's seen as the "main" character for kids since the story follows his journey (mostly).

It's frustrating. For more of my take on the missing Hera, visit CBR.

January 8, 2015

Chic and Cute Baby Groot, Baymax, and Totoro Jewelry

Sometimes I like to torture myself by cruising Etsy and looking at geek jewelry. It's the internet version of window shopping. Except I don't feel the need to put on makeup or nicer clothes to go browse at the mall, and when I get bored (which happens quickly for me when I'm shopping), I can shut my laptop instead of walking back to the car and driving home. Today, I stumbled upon the My Geek Husband Etsy shop. The owner Mai users her jewelry skills to craft a wide array of sterling silver accessories inspired by franchises such as Guardians of the Galaxy, Big Hero 6, Star Wars, and My Neighbor Totoro. This baby Groot ring was the first piece that caught my attention:

That face! And the leaves! And the band twisted like a little tree trunk! I just want to squish his metal cheeks.

It gets better. Mai sells a baby Groot pendant, a Star-Lord ring, and a necklace with Groot, Star-Lord, and Rocket Raccoon charms. Look:

And then I lost it because Baymax!!!

The necklace includes his face and his heart. She has a ring version of Baymax as well.

One more handmade item to show off: Totoro!

I want to buy all of it. Visit My Geek Husband on Etsy to purchase these items and see her other offerings!
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