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Kids vs Superheroes

“I am a Superhero” is a name of the contest that Marvel Comics and Disney held together in Russia. A contest is timed to release “The Avengers” movie. The purpose of the contest is to ask kids and their parents to create a costume based on a Marvel comics character. Here are some crazy-ass costumes.

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