He was born for this.
He was born for this.
We here at The Mary
Seuss Sue are huge fans of the good Doctor (in fact, he may be our second-favorite doctor ever). In his honor, Dorkly has combed the recesses of the Internet for the 30 best Dr.Seuss mashups--you can check out the full list right here.
You know how that old coffee jingle goes: "the best part of waking up is when your alarm clock puts Folgers in your cup." Wait, that's not how it goes? Someone should probably tell the guy who invented an alarm clock that actually does just that, then. He's probably gonna feel pretty silly.
Yup, pretty sure that's three folks dressed as Daenerys' dragons - Rhaegal, Drogon, and Viserion. My Targaryen heart!! Take a look at some more fantastic cosplay to come out of San Diego Comic-Con 2014!
We may not have found life on Mars so far, but it sure is getting crowded up there with all the robots running around. Today, NASA revealed what instruments its next Mars rover, planned for 2020, will take with it out of 58 proposals from around the world. That's twice the number of proposals they're used to getting for such missions—looks like everyone wants to get their
ass science to Mars.
Congratulations, people who really wanted to see Edgar Wright direct an insect movie! Ant-Man may have fallen through, but things are looking pretty good for Grasshopper Jungle, which Edgar Wright just became attached to direct for Sony Pictures.
The Mass Effect universe is full of incredible women. Tali, Liara, Jack, Miranda, Samara, Ashley, Aria, Kasumi, Nyreen… the list of motivated, intelligent ass-kickers goes on and on. And, of course, FemShep herself. I could talk about the women of Mass Effect until the next Reaper invasion begins, but today I want to focus on one particularly fantastic character whom I feel doesn't often get the due she deserves: Chief Medical Officer Dr. Karin Chakwas.
Somehow, an official at a language school is easily confused by words that kind of sound the same and fired someone for writing about... words that sound the same. Really, Tim Torkildson, their social media specialist, wrote a blog post about homophones, and he was fired because their English as a second language students might think he was writing about something inappropriate.
The art was created by Jonny Duddle, and io9 reports that the books will include "highlights from the Pottermore website."
Yes, I had the opportunity to speak to the cast and creator of History's Vikings at San Diego Comic-Con, and the first question I asked Travis Fimmel (aka Ragnar Lothbrok) was about baby goats. I DO WHAT I WANT!