I made my three-year-old niece her first convention/Halloween costume this year. If you ask her who she is dressed as, she’ll reply, “Tiny Princess Captain America!”
On Halloween, we discovered that if you point to a kid in a Captain America costume and ask her who he’s dressed as, she will also reply, “Tiny Princess Captain America!”
ETA: I just added a post about how to make Tiny Princess Captain America!
[Image: Three designs for a Rule 63 Captain America. The first is a jacket-skirt combo with heels, the second with a scarf, leggings, and boots, and the third with more combat-minded pants, boots, and utility belt. At the top are three different possible hairstyles.]
FRIEND MENTIONS THAT SHE WANTS TO GET INTO COSPLAY AND ASKS FOR SUGGESTIONS
DRAW THIS AND POST IT ALL OVER HER SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES
Happy Memorial Day
Thank you to all of our veterans, servicemen and servicewoman for all they have done and all of the sacrifices they have made for us and this great country.
(by Dan Hipp)
“Every one you buy is a bullet in the barrel of your best guy’s gun.”
These are so cute. Drawings by kids and their parents teaming up, mostly the father and 2-daughter team that started it, but taking submissions. Great idea.
Dad returns home from Afghanistan dressed as Captain America, surprises his sons
There are lots of videos of videos of dads coming back from fighting overseas to surprise and delight their young kids, and they’re all great and heartwarming, but this one is a bit different in that the dad showed up at the house dressed as Captain America, which got his young sons excited enough, before he reveals his real identity— their real hero.