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Funko Reveal Ghostbusters POP! San Diego Comic-Con Exclusives – Why am I dripping with goo?

Funko has just put out word on the first of what will likely be many must-have San Diego Comic-Con exclusives. There’s something strange in the neighborhood!Read More…

  • By Jill Pantozzi
  • Posted in science
  • Also tagged collectables, funko, Ghostbusters, San Diego Comic-Con, San Diego Comic-Con 2014, Toys

J.K. Rowling Addresses Fan Questions About Voldermort’s Virginity. Because That Is A Question Someone Had. – Well, it’s hard when you live on the back of someone’s head.

One fan dared to ask J.K. Rowling herself if He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named ever got his parsel tongued, and Rowling answered in typical classy fashion.Read More…

Star Wars/X-Men Writer Simon Kinberg Has Joined Twitter! – 140 characters ago…

Everyone welcome Simon Kinberg to Twitter!Read More…

  • By Jill Pantozzi
  • Posted in science
  • Also tagged Simon Kinberg, Star Wars, X Men Days of Future Past

The Mary Sue’s Favorite Cosplay From Philadelphia Comic Con – SO MANY WINTER SOLDIERS.

Wizard World’s Philadelphia Comic Con wrapped up yesterday, and I was on hand to witness the good, the bad, and the uncomfortable. The good: Cosplay! Here’s some of the best I saw over the weekend, featuring: A few of the many, many, many Winter Soldiers/Bucky Barneses! Game of Thrones! A pitch-perfect Nick Fury and Melinda…Read More…

  • By Rebecca Pahle
  • Posted in science
  • Also tagged cosplay, genderswap, Philadelphia Comic Con, Wizard World

So A Guy Got Stuck In a Giant Vagina Sculpture This Weekend – USA: last in soccer, first in art appreciation.

The statue Chacán-Pi by Peruvian artist Fernando de la Jara has stoically stood watch outside the Tübingen University Institute for microbiology and virology in Tübingen, Germany, since 2001. It also happens to depict a giant vagina. Last week, an American student got himself stuck in it and needed to be rescued by local firefighters. There are pictures. You…Read More…

  • By Victoria McNally
  • Posted in science
  • Also tagged , vagina dentata, what is this I don't even

Monday Cute: Prepare To Be Terrified By the Fiercest of Puppy Barks [VIDEO] – That sure is a great pyrenees. Eh? Ehhhhhh?

“How dare you act this way in my presence, feeble human! Can’t you tell I am descended from a long and prestiguous line of ferocious polar bears? Just look at my massive, powerful paws! No, no. They are not floofy and adorable. Stop– stop booping my nose! That’s it. Where is my armor?”Read More…

  • By Victoria McNally
  • Posted in science
  • Also tagged puppies

Things We Saw Today: A Discworld Cake, Complete With Giant Turtle – Note: not a full-size replica.

I can’t say that I’ve ever wondered what the Great A’Tuin tastes like, but apparently it’s filled with chocolate mint grasshopper cake. (by Art2Eat Cakes, via That’s Nerdalicious!)Read More…

  • By Becky Chambers
  • Posted in science
  • Also tagged Discworld, Mass Effect, Sailor Moon, Super Mario Bros, The Hunger Games, Theater, world of warcraft

These Retro-Senshi Are The Sweetest Sailor Moon Re-Designs Ever – Now we just need Tuxedo Mask as a greaser.

Because we will never tire of beautiful Sailor Moon re-creations, today we bring you these amazing retro versions of our favorite senshi, drawn by the talented Crimson Pumpkin. Everything about these is perfect, from Haruka’s pants-and-scooter combo to Makoto’s delicious baked goods. Who wants to form a cosplay group with me, stat?Read More…

  • Posted in science
  • Also tagged fan art, retro, Sailor Moon

We Would Watch Every Movie In This “Rejected Princesses” Art Series – Especially the one with Hapshetsut.

Animated children’s movies often draw from source material that isn’t particularly kid-friendly, but there are some stories that just can’t be sugarcoated. This is where artist Jason Porath (a former effects animator at DreamWorks) comes in. His “Rejected Princesses” series depicts women from history and legend who are either “way too awesome, way too awful,…Read More…

  • By Becky Chambers
  • Posted in science
  • Also tagged , badass women in history, mythology

Things We Saw Today: Tiny Captain Marvel Cosplay – Parenting done right.

Photographer Yaro Jane dressed her daughter up as Captain Marvel, and the resulting photos have been approved by both Kelly Sue DeConnick and Gail Simone. Killer.Read More…

  • Posted in science
  • Also tagged Bungie, Captain Marvel, cosplay, Destiny, Falcon 9 rocket, fanfiction, filk, Guardians of the Galaxy, Nathan Fillion, , NOVA, Peter Dinklage, Sarah Donner, Schrodinger's cat, SpaceX, things we saw today, zelda
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