I dunno. I mean, despite The Mary Sue claiming “the action figures are deliberate homages to the proportions and articulation of Kenner’s ubiquitous Star Wars line, right down to the packaging,” these just look…awful. Am I alone on this? [via The Mary Sue]
A sad day for the gaming industry. Irrational Games, best known for the BioShock series, will be shutting its doors after 17 years. Co-founder Ken Levine has posted a message on the website saying he would be closing Irrational Games to “[starat] a smaller, more entrepreneurial endeavor at Take-Two (Interactive).” In time we will announce a […]
Whoops. I guess it’s hard to aim properly with those glasses on… (Cosplay by Brian K. Eason) [via The Geek Forge]
In case you didn’t know, there’s a Tumblr simply called “Let’s Draw Sherlock” and it’s fans of the BBC show transforming famous works art into Sherlock works of art and it’s wonderful. [via BuzzFeed]
I’ve already gotten a higher score on this than I ever got on Flappy Bird. Plus, his crying “Ernieeeee!” whenever he falls somehow amuses me. You can play it for free online here!
Courtesy of 3 Chic Geeks!
Is it just me or is this made even more epic by his beard? [via 9gag]
Only in Los Angeles would a guy yell, “God is real!” while smashing up a cop car and stealing the laptop. Only in Los Angeles would all this happen in front of Darth Vader and Superman. I wouldn’t expect Darth Vader to stop the Evil-Doer, but Superman?! (Also, if you steal something, aren’t you supposed […]
Vimeo user Tony Stark (haha!) has assembled key clips from The Usual Suspects and Se7en, both from 1995(!!) and both starring Kevin Spacey, in an attempt to prove his theory that Spacey’s characters in each film are actually the same guy. **19-YEAR-OLD SPOILERS!!** What do YOU think?? [via io9]
JC Debroize of Kerozen, a graphic design studio, has brought new, literal meaning to the word “typeface.” “We shot pictures of the letters and of the design team’s faces. Then I made a mapping of skin textures on the letters with Photoshop and added the hair and the eyes. It was not a problem to […]
Confused as to what movie studio owns which characters? Do you think Disney owns Wolverine, because the X-Men are Marvel? Think again. The Geek Twins have created this handy infographic with a sampling of what characters are owned by whom. [via The Geek Twins]
Last November, HBO announced that Neil Gaiman’s American Gods was no longer in development. Now, FreemantleMedia has acquired the rights to the book, but what channel will ultimately air the series remains unknown. FreemantleMedia is mostly known for game shows and reality shows, but they are “currently boosting their scripted TV division with shows in […]