Yahtzee!

Awesomeness and ridiculousness are my goals

June 23, 2011 1:03 pm 1:02 pm
itlego:

LEGO Barad-dur  - by Kevin J. Walter
Created for Brickworld 2011. Check out tons of pictures of this amazing piece at Kevin’s flickr. For easy reference, a size comparison shot below:


(lead picture and Brickworld shots by Joe Meno)


Holy God damn shit mother fucker

itlego:

LEGO Barad-dur  - by Kevin J. Walter

Created for Brickworld 2011. Check out tons of pictures of this amazing piece at Kevin’s flickr. For easy reference, a size comparison shot below:

(lead picture and Brickworld shots by Joe Meno)

Holy God damn shit mother fucker

June 21, 2011 10:36 am 10:31 am
Madea Goes to Gotham City should be pretty good…

Madea Goes to Gotham City should be pretty good…

10:17 am
The Demon. What a bad ass comic book character

The Demon. What a bad ass comic book character

June 9, 2011 1:51 pm June 2, 2011 2:18 pm
fashiontipsfromcomicstrips:

Don’t Give A Damn ‘Bout My Bad Reputation, by Cliff Chiang.
Known for his remixes of comics and album cover art, Cliff Chiang created this stunning Runaways-inspired piece starring Wonder Woman, Black Canary, Zatanna, and Batgirl. I would absolutely kill to see DC’s finest perform “Cherry Bomb.” HELLO WORLD, I’M YOUR WONDER GIRL!
What Cliff had to say about this piece:

Inspired by a late-night viewing of The Runaways, and partly an exercise to see if I could make star-spangled pants and Wonder Woman go together. The idea started with Wonder Woman  (I briefly entertained using an Ian Curtis Batman) but the idea of an all-girl rock band with Black Canary, Zatanna and Batgirl seemed too good to pass up.

Wonder Woman (as Joan Jett): This is one of the few instances where the star-spangled pants actually work; the dark-washed skinny pants look more wearable than the blue star-studded jeggings. The rest of the outfit is the perfect casual rock translation of Wonder Woman’s outfit without appearing too costume-y. Finally, I love how the golden lasso is her amp cord - it reminds me of how Annie Wu transformed Wondy’s lasso into a golden microphone in her Malcolm McLaren Justice League redesign.
Black Canary (as Cherie Currie): Since Currie’s stage-wear often consisted of teddies, bustiers, big black boots and fishnets, it’s just fitting that Dinah would rock the mic with her Canary Cry.
Zatanna (as one of The Runaways many bassists): OLLEH HSALS! It figures that one of the greatest guitarists of all time must’ve been dabbling in magic.
Batgirl (as Sandy West): I love how her KISS-esque makeup acts as her Bat-mask, allowing Barbara’s signature red locks to pump up the volume now that it’s not trapped in a cowl. Also, I bet Nightwing would be totes jealz of that silver collar!
Side note: I propose that all of the DC reboots in September consist of Cliff Chiang restyling all of my favorite superheroes as all of my favorite bands. Get on it, DC Comics.
Check out my full fashion critique on ComicsAlliance!

fashiontipsfromcomicstrips:

Don’t Give A Damn ‘Bout My Bad Reputation, by Cliff Chiang.

Known for his remixes of comics and album cover art, Cliff Chiang created this stunning Runaways-inspired piece starring Wonder Woman, Black Canary, Zatanna, and Batgirl. I would absolutely kill to see DC’s finest perform “Cherry Bomb.” HELLO WORLD, I’M YOUR WONDER GIRL!

What Cliff had to say about this piece:

Inspired by a late-night viewing of The Runaways, and partly an exercise to see if I could make star-spangled pants and Wonder Woman go together. The idea started with Wonder Woman  (I briefly entertained using an Ian Curtis Batman) but the idea of an all-girl rock band with Black Canary, Zatanna and Batgirl seemed too good to pass up.

Wonder Woman (as Joan Jett): This is one of the few instances where the star-spangled pants actually work; the dark-washed skinny pants look more wearable than the blue star-studded jeggings. The rest of the outfit is the perfect casual rock translation of Wonder Woman’s outfit without appearing too costume-y. Finally, I love how the golden lasso is her amp cord - it reminds me of how Annie Wu transformed Wondy’s lasso into a golden microphone in her Malcolm McLaren Justice League redesign.

Black Canary (as Cherie Currie): Since Currie’s stage-wear often consisted of teddies, bustiers, big black boots and fishnets, it’s just fitting that Dinah would rock the mic with her Canary Cry.

Zatanna (as one of The Runaways many bassists): OLLEH HSALS! It figures that one of the greatest guitarists of all time must’ve been dabbling in magic.

Batgirl (as Sandy West): I love how her KISS-esque makeup acts as her Bat-mask, allowing Barbara’s signature red locks to pump up the volume now that it’s not trapped in a cowl. Also, I bet Nightwing would be totes jealz of that silver collar!

Side note: I propose that all of the DC reboots in September consist of Cliff Chiang restyling all of my favorite superheroes as all of my favorite bands. Get on it, DC Comics.

Check out my full fashion critique on ComicsAlliance!

2:06 pm
This is my favorite reaction face of all time

This is my favorite reaction face of all time

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May 24, 2011 2:04 pm

collegehumor:

Dorkly Bits: Mortal Kombat Sitcom. They’re going to kill you…with laughter!

This would be the best sitcom ever

2:01 pm
treazure:

The Red Hood
Artist: saadirfan.deviantart.com

That looks so badass. 100 post!

treazure:

The Red Hood

Artist: saadirfan.deviantart.com

That looks so badass. 100 post!

1:51 pm 1:51 pm May 12, 2011 1:59 pm
tiefighters:

Obi-Wan Kenobi Is Dead, Vader Says
Even more bizarre than the story: the meticulous similarities between “The Galactic Empire Times” and the online layout of the The New York Times.
via: theatlantic

tiefighters:

Obi-Wan Kenobi Is Dead, Vader Says

Even more bizarre than the story: the meticulous similarities between “The Galactic Empire Times” and the online layout of the The New York Times.

via: theatlantic

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May 4, 2011 5:32 pm 5:32 pm
jebsen:

 
A life lesson from Star Wars Episode V
This single scene from Episode V summarizes why Han Solo is the best character in the entire Star Wars saga.
In Episode V: Empire Strikes Back Han Solo is walking down the halls of Bespin with his old friend Lando. Han thinks he’s off to dinner - maybe some wine, a little flirting, and then maybe back to his room with Leia.
But the door to the dining room suddenly opens, and there is the evil Darth Vader.
Han doesn’t look questioning at Lando. Han doesn’t duck or run away.
What does Han do?
He starts shooting at the motherfucker.
He starts shooting.
Without a single second of hesitation he starts shooting.
Be like Han. Be a badass.

jebsen:

A life lesson from Star Wars Episode V

This single scene from Episode V summarizes why Han Solo is the best character in the entire Star Wars saga.

In Episode V: Empire Strikes Back Han Solo is walking down the halls of Bespin with his old friend Lando. Han thinks he’s off to dinner - maybe some wine, a little flirting, and then maybe back to his room with Leia.

But the door to the dining room suddenly opens, and there is the evil Darth Vader.

Han doesn’t look questioning at Lando. Han doesn’t duck or run away.

What does Han do?

He starts shooting at the motherfucker.

He starts shooting.

Without a single second of hesitation he starts shooting.

Be like Han. Be a badass.

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