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  1. Dorkly Offers New Interpretation of Batman’s Origin Story That Crushed Our Very Souls

    Please tell me the utility belt has a tissue holder in it.

    What's that? A 12 year old orphan sobbing as he watches his parents bleed out in an alleyway isn't sad and horrific enough for you? Because Dorkly just raised the stakes considerably, and I do not like it. Well, okay, I like it from a narrative perspective, but as a fan of things not being horrible for the characters I like, I am not smiles times over here.

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  2. Comic-Con Goers Get To Pretend They Are Jaeger Pilots Thanks to the Oculus Rift

    THIS IS FOR...UH... VIRTUAL, MAKO

    God damn it, San Diego Comic-Con. We can handle being away from the collectible toys, the incredible panels, and even Wonder Woman herself. But jaeger pilot simulations? This in untoward, Comic-Con! Do you hear me? This is not toward!

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  3. THANK THE SPIRITS: Legend of Korra‘s Moving to Digital, Says Series Creator

    The Boulder is rejuvenated! Or still dead, possibly.

    Good news, everyone! The reports of Korra's death have been greatly exaggerated, as Bryan Konietzko clarified on his Tumblr page. While the episodes have still been pulled from Nickelodeon's regular schedule, apparently they will be moving to digital streaming.

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  4. Watch Marvel’s Live SDCC Stream Starting at 12:30pm ET/9:30am PT

    #MarvelSDCC

    Marvel is doing those of us stuck at home a solid by live-streaming some of their coverage from San Diego Comic-Con this year. Presumably it will focus more on the comic books, as the livestream website depicts Winter Soldier, Angela, New Thor, and new Iron Man on their header. So, fingers crossed that maybe we'll get some news about the New Avenger line-up this weekend?

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  5. SDCC Toy Roundup: Final Fantasy Batman, Hot Toys Marty McFly, Darth Vader Hot Wheels, and Sailor Moon Buddies

    Preorder all the things!

    Luckily for those of us who aren't currently attending San Diego Comic-Con, not being part of the fun means you also aren't hemorrhaging money out the wazoo on all the tuff you could buy there. But given the amount of toys being debuted at the con this weekend, it's only a matter of time before we, too, can be broke in the name of nerdy collectibles.

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  6. Nickelodeon Pulls Five Legend of Korra Episodes From Schedule

    This displeases the Boulder. (He's still alive, right?)

    Well, now I feel extra bad for being two seasons behind on Legend of Korra: after dismal ratings for its third (yet brilliant, I've been told) season this year, Nickeloden has started to quietly pull some of the show's episodes.

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  7. In Honor of Batman Day, Dorkly Reminds Us That Comics Have a Very Weird History

    A strange world, indeed.

    To celebrate Batman's 75th anniversary today, Dorkly rounded up 12 vintage panels of our caped crusader engaged in some really odd behavior. The next time somebody makes a stink about superheroes being too silly, you just send them towards this picture of Batman hanging out with giant rock-candy eating human-faced dinosaurs, thanks.

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  8. Frozen’s Prince Hans Will Appear in Once Upon a Time, Here’s Who Should Play Him

    Be prepared to finish some sandwiches.

    We already have Elsa, Anna, and Kristoff, so it was only a matter of time before it was announced that Hans would be making the trip to Storybrooke as well. The "well-bred prince with a chip on his shoulder" will join Georgina Haig, Elizabeth Lail, and Scott Michael Foster in the next season of OUAT. But who should play him? Quick, let's speculate wildly!

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  9. Adam Sandler’s Candy Land Movie Stuck in Molasses Swamp (AKA Hit with Lawsuit)

    With Judge Gloppy presiding.

    Back in January of 2012, it was announced that Adam Sandler would produce and star in a Candyland movie from Columbia Pictures and Hasbro. Naturally we all took this to be a sign of the impending apocalypse and calmly awaited out fates. Luckily the world didn't end—and even better, the movie might be in trouble now if the original copyright owners of the popular board game have anything to say about it.

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  10. Dorkly’s Series of Pokémon Fusion Fanart Continues to Delight and Terrify Us

    You know what? Maaaybe I'll choose some other pokémon.

    The Pokémon Fusion Generator's been around for a while now, but it can create so many different combinations of the original 151 pokémon that it never gets old—particularly when talented artists and illustrators try their hands at reinterpreting the fusions they get. Check out Dorkly to see the 24 other pokémonstrosities in this series, as well as the 3 other posts full of adorable horrors.

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