Geektastic Wizard Stamps [Pics]

Even though I don’t have a big thing for stamps like my pal Mark O’Neill, this new series of stamps from UK’s Royal Mail are definitely geek-worthy and worth a mention on this site. [Via TDW]

Balloon Tardis and Dalek [Pic]

In this case, Tardis stands for “Twisted And Radically Designed Inflated Structure” apparently! [Via our pals @ Nerdapproved]

Charlie Sheen: The New Chuck Norris? #tigerblood

I’m sure you’ve all heard of Charlie Sheen’s recent “exploits” by now, right? Well, it looks like Mr. Sheen is trying to become the new Chuck Norris, or something… “I don’t cook food, I will it?” Sounds awfully like a wannabe Chuck Norris quote to me! Drop it Charlie, you’ll never be as awesome as […]

Report claims lower prices the only solution to global piracy

What’s billed as the “first independent, large-scale study of music, film and software piracy in emerging economies” has come to a remarkably simple conclusion: people in poorer nations pirate content because buying it is too expensive. The main logic of the report by the Social Science Research Council is that media piracy comes about where […]

Comic book dealer faces ultimate punishment

An alleged methamphetamine dealer may have his comic book collection seized by the US government. But this isn’t just a case of the legal system taking away a couple of issues in the style of a disappointed parent disciplining a troublesome youth. Instead it’s a proposed seizure of around $500,000 in what prosecutors call criminal […]

Hitchiker’s Guide To The Galaxy “Don’t Panic” Tattoo

*SPLAT* Hmmm I only one problem with that tattoo: Isn’t that vase supposed to be a bowl? [Via TDW]

Harry Potter: Facts Revealed [Infographic]

Check out this really awesome looking Harry Potter infographic by digital designer & illustrator Wayne Dorrington. Wayne is also the same guy who created that “iconoscope” version of Star Wars Episode IV we featured last month. [Source: I should really get out more]

Amazing Kinetic Wave Sculptures [Video]

Using materials such as wood and cardboard, Bay Area artist Reuben Margolin creates amazing techno-kinetic wave sculptures that are both elegant and hypnotic to the eye. Check ’em out!

Word Nerds, Rejoice! It’s National Grammar Day [Video]

Established in 2008 by Martha Brockenbrough, founder of the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar (SPOGG), March 4th is the official annual date for annoying impressing your friends and family with facts about grammar and usage. Also, there’s tons of fun to be had (provided you’re of the “splitting infinitives is fun” camp) on […]

WOOT: A Dance with Dragons Official Release Date

After YEARS of agonizing wait, George R.R Martin’s A Dance with Dragon will finally be released on July 12, 2011. If I remember correctly, when Mr. Martin released A Feast for Crows, 4 years after A Storm of Swords, he mentioned that readers wouldn’t have to wait as long for the next book in the […]

Hungarian Star Wars Posters [Pics]

Check out these absolutely amazing, confusing, trippy, crazy, incredibly cool Hungarian posters for the original Star Wars trilogy and see if you can figure out just what the heck is going on in each one. So, I guess that green guy with the sword must have been one of those peripheral characters that was juuuust […]