Sexy TARDIS dress, Bigfoot proof, stormtrooper mashups & more!

"Hey! You got your comments in our story!" "No: You got your story in our comments!" Two great tastes that taste great together bring us another edition of the Hottest Stories and Best Comments. This week our readers sound off on fan-modded stormtroopers, Wolverine's hair, a sexy TARDIS dress, a pricey home theater, funny S.H.I.E.L.D. memos ... and photographic proof of Bigfoot. (Or it's some animal with its ass in the air. See for yourself.)


Our story: 5 pics of the sexiest TARDIS dress (and leggings!) you'll ever see

Your best comment: Made by Black Milk. Looks like they already had to pull it from their web site. They also made some pretty cool Star Wars stuff for a short time, I'm assuming until the Lucas Co found out. — Steve


Our story: Spidey, The Doctor + 23 more awesome fan-modded stormtrooper suits

Your best comment: if you've ever read the novel 'death troopers', the zombie tooper actually ties into that pretty well.i liked the gundam troopers too — kw smith


Our story: 16 new Wolverine set pics reveal Hugh Jackman's mountain man hair

Your best comment: Is that Hagrid? — zosolias


Our story: 7 super-heroines who could finally make it big at the box office

Your best comment: I think Ms. Marvel and Wonder Woman are the best bets. Most distinct and perhaps some pre-exiting cultural knowledge. She-Hulk, to non-comic book fans who make up the majority of the movie-going public, just seems like a lame rip-off of Hulk. To people who don't read comics "She-Hulk" sounds as silly as "Lady Thor" or "Ms. Iron Man." And Power Girl seems like a Superman rip-off. Batgirl *may* work if set-up right as a Batman protegee, and Dazzler (or Jubilee for that matter) might also work (perhaps surprisingly) given the way you describe it (besides, Justin Beiber needs a breakout movie role).

Other possibilities may be Dawn or Death from the Sandman series. The latter might even be a shot across Marvel's bow if they intend to use Thanos and his love for a Lady Death in future movies by beating them to the punch putting a modern, Death-as-comely-lady version on screen before them. — Clyde M


Our story: Guy spends $2,000,000 building ultimate Dark Knight home theater

Your best comment: Now this is the ULTIMATE MAN CAVE!!! — Icon


Our story: Nightwing is kickass in concept art for 2009 series that never was

Your best comment: Holy crap! Looks awesome! Gotta echo everyone else here. Bring this back. And by the art/director of the guy who did Korra? (sigh) how did this fall through the cracks? Was it a Young Justice or this choice, I wonder? — JetmanJay


Our story: Hilarious S.H.I.E.L.D memos shed light on Nick Fury's typical day

Your best comment: The best one I've seen is the reprimand of the agents who took Cap to see Inglorius B****ds and convinced him that that is how the war really ended. — Valharic


Our story: Resident Evil: Retribution's gals are packing heat in 5 new photos

Your best comment: Pretty sure picture number 4 is a guy. You might want to rethink your title. — snowman


Our story: Aborted designs from 1995 Dredd film even lamer than the movie

Your best comment: The studded crotch one could've worked. Actually, no. It could not have worked at all. — Tom


Our story: Little-known sci-fi fact: R2-D2 appeared in Raiders of the Lost Ark

Your best comment: That's not the only Star Wars reference in the Indiana Jones movies. The club in "Temple Of Doom" is called "Club Obi Wan" (watch the scene where they are falling). I was told Lucas made sure there was a Star Wars "Easter egg" in every Indiana Jones movie. I will look for the ones in "Last Crusade" and "Temple Of The Crystal Skull" the next time I see them on tv. — Capt. Paul


Our story: The final frontier goes far-out in 4 retro Star Trek: TOS posters

Your best comment: Fun! I could imagine seeing these as book covers in a used book store. — Temis


Our story: Darth Vader + 6 more sci-fi and horror icons made into ice cream

Your best comment: Where's the life-sized Alien Face Hugger pops? — Les Nessman


Our story: Did a Canadian trapper capture an amazingly clear photo of Bigfoot?

Your best comment: I'll believes anything you like as long as there is a steady paycheck in it. — dc yasovsky


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