Did you know that Ridley Scott’s 1982 cyberpunk classic Blade Runner was set in November 2019 in the movie? This means that this month is the official Blade Runner month! Time to bring out my old Nexus 6 out of the cupboard! For those who don’t know, Nexus 6 is not only the name of […]
From Wired: Have you ever had a hard time telling the difference between an Aussie and a Kiwi accent? Dialect coach Erik Singer breaks down the subtle differences between a few commonly confused regional accents. What actually makes a New York and Boston accent different? What’s the main differentiator between a northern and southern English […]
As promised yesterday, here is the second part of our photos from Quebec Comiccon 2019. Part one mainly featured pictures from Saturday, and today, we have photos from both days. I’d also like to thank my wonderful girlfriend, Marie-Hélène Amyot, who was there the whole weekend with me and also took some of these photos.
40 infamous villain hideouts compared, from the smallest (top left) to the largest (bottom right.) If you’re reading this from the front page, I’ve included the actual measurement right after the jump. Edit: It looks like some of these measurements do not make sense, sorry about that!
Where did the character of the Joker come from? And what makes him one of the most iconic villains ever? We retrace the history that led all the way up to Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker, and figure out just what exactly is behind that disturbing smile. [The Take]
New York Comic Con is one of the biggest geek convention of the year in the U.S., and as they’ve been doing for many years, cosplayers have gathered in The Big Apple to showcase their wonderful costumes. Here is a gallery of some of Flickr user Steven Leung’s best photos of the event. Many thanks […]
Last year, Stephanie Pokorny of Crochetverse hand-crocheted both a Slimer and Predator costumes for Halloween for her boys, and this year, she’s back with two new amazing creations: A Xenomorph and Skeletor with light-up LED eyes! Behold: The Xenomorph costume even glows in the dark! Here are two videos showing a little more of the […]
Last weekend, we attended an event held by some friends of ours in Blainville, Quebec: Jef Berard and Kim Martineau from The Space Trash Show podcast. Aside from being life-long Star Wars superfans, these two are wonderfully passionate, creative and talented! Almost everything (costumes included) at the expo was made by the couple. Now we […]