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With Comic Con International coming up this weekend, it seemed like a perfect time to spotlight this Loki patch.
Inspired by Tom Hiddleston’s performance at San Diego Comic Con 2013, this patch bears a minimalist god of mischief, and the words, “Say my name!”
This sew-on patch measures approximately 4.7″ wide by 3.2″ tall.
Click here to buy one!

With Comic Con International coming up this weekend, it seemed like a perfect time to spotlight this Loki patch.

Inspired by Tom Hiddleston’s performance at San Diego Comic Con 2013, this patch bears a minimalist god of mischief, and the words, “Say my name!”

This sew-on patch measures approximately 4.7″ wide by 3.2″ tall.

Click here to buy one!

Filed under loki Say My Name Loki's Army

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datenshikate:

One thing that most people overlook in the HP series is that Tonks could look WHATEVER SHE WANTED TO LOOK. Like, she could be the prettiest woman on Earth. But instead she goes around with her own face and FRICKIN PINK HAIR.

If this isn’t a “love and be yourself” message, I don’t know what it is.

I would love to have Tonks’ magical powers, purely so that I can cosplay without having to deal with wigs.

(via hiddleston-earhat)

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When you’re a wizard, electronics and you don’t get along. Light bulbs blow out, so you have to rely on candles, and the easiest way to light those candles is with a simple spell, powered by your will and the incantation “Flickum Bicus”.
This patch is 3 inches in diameter, and features a row of lit candles and the words “Flickum Bicus!” on a black background.
Click here to buy one!

When you’re a wizard, electronics and you don’t get along. Light bulbs blow out, so you have to rely on candles, and the easiest way to light those candles is with a simple spell, powered by your will and the incantation “Flickum Bicus”.

This patch is 3 inches in diameter, and features a row of lit candles and the words “Flickum Bicus!” on a black background.

Click here to buy one!

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