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Back to the Future

  1. The Trailer for a New Back to the Future Documentary Takes You Back in Time

    ♫Gotta get back in time.♫

    This October, when Marty McFly is due to arrive in the future, Back in Time will transport us all back to 1985 to take a closer look how one of the most beloved time travel movies of all time came to be.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: A Divergent Barbie (Sigh)

    Although I appreciate that a Barbie of Divergent's Tris allows young fans to play as a strong female character, I'd be way more excited about this if the doll was realistically proportioned. Shailene Woodley got buff for Insurgent! Why shouldn't a Tris doll celebrate her physical strength?

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Manfeels Park, a Webcomic of Found Internet Dudefeels

    Excuse me, but do you have any evidence of that claim?

    More than just the merciless "exercise in flogging a pun for all it’s worth," Manfeels Park takes all the sea-lioning, concern-trolling, and other Internet argument tactics and turns them into little nuggets of cathartic joy.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: A One-Eyed, Laser-Gun-Toting Leela FunkoPop!

    Officer number 1BDI.

    Look at that Bender. LOOK at him.

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  5. Back to the Future II Concept Art Reveals More 2015 Gadgets We Still Don’t Have

    And we thought hoverboard envy was bad.

    Once upon a time, Back to the Future writer/director Robert Zemeckis decided that hoverboard lust was enough of a burden to place on the audience of Part II, so he cut a bunch of amazing future tech from the movie. Well it's 2015, and Marty McFly's future is finally here! ...In pictures, anyway. The movie's "future consultant" has revealed some concept art of other gadgets we would've been salivating over since the late 80s if they'd made it to the screen.

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  6. Calm Down, Nerds, You’re Getting Your Back To The Future Shoes This Year

    Great Scott!

    Yes yes, we know, the year is 2015 and you were promised a hoverboard and power laces and instant pizzas. Well, the world is not a movie starring Christopher Lloyd, and you have a computer thats more powerful than the stuff we used to send rockets into space currently making a dent in your back pocket, so simmer down. But hey, at least you're probably getting those rad shoes this year, right?

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  7. Travel to the Past in the Near Future on a Cruise That Takes You to the 1980s

    Or go by DeLorean if you can hitch a ride back with Marty McFly next year.

    When this cruise hits 88 miles per hour, you're going to see some serious shit.

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  8. A Guy Builds a Hoverboard out of Leaf Blowers, Proves You Don’t Need Fancy Magnets and Science

    Leaf blowers. How do they work?

    Easily the most "2015 is almost here, and we don't want to disappoint Marty McFly!" hoverboard solution yet, four leaf blowers, some tape, and a piece of wood still works almost as well as other, more scientific attempts. There are even instructions to build your own after the jump!

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  9. Flying Back to the Future DeLorean Replica Doesn’t Need Roads Where It’s Going

    Please excuse the crudity of this model.

    If this is not the single greatest thing you've seen all day, then can I have your life, please? It must be filled with untold wonders. (DIY instructions after the jump.)

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  10. So Actual Working Hoverboards Are Real? As Long As Magnets?

    Back to the Present is more like it, amiright?

    So maybe it's not exactly like the Marty McFly hoverboard of our dreams, but it's a step in the right direction.

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  11. Things We Saw Today: The Lord of Gifts Is Active On Etsy

    Sure, Ted next door has a pool. But The Nazgûl don't care about pools.

    'Fess up. Which one of you bought the single One Ring fire pit available on Etsy, and why have you not invited the rest of us over for s'mordors?

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  12. Things We Saw Today: Batarang Yourself One of These Limited Edition Batman Necklaces

    I am vengeance! I am the night! I am shiny!

    From the jewelry designers who brought you the sterling silver Green Lantern rings and Batman logo earrings comes this: limited edition, officially Warner Brothers-licensed, silver Batman necklaces in honor of the caped crusader's 75th anniversary. Dang, Guild Jewelry. You all outdid yourself with these.

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  13. Great Scott! Check Out the Sideshow Exclusive Marty McFly Hot Toys Figure

    This is my density.

    I was able to get up close and personal with Sideshow Collectible new and upcoming statues and figures at San Diego Comic-Con. While I'm constantly impressed with their detail and overall magnificence, none at the show hit me quite in the feels as their exclusive Marty McFly Hot Toys figure.

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  14. 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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  15. “Icon” Art Show Illustrates the Essence of Pop Culture Classics Jurassic Park, Big, and More

    It Belongs in a Museum!

    Starting at Los Angeles' Gallery 1988 West this Saturday, June 14th, "Icons" showcases the work of Dan Kuhlken and Nathan Goldman, collectively known as DKNG. The technical talk is that "icon" refers to the object in a show or movie that distills its essence—like the DeLorean in Back to the Future, or the barge for Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory. The non-technical talk is that this series of art is really damn pretty, and more people need to do Beavis & Butt-head illustrations.

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  16. Travel Through Time to Back to the Future’s 1985 and 1955 Hill Valley in a Scale Model of the Town

    Please excuse the crudity of this model.

    Soon, you'll be able to travel through time like Marty McFly—complete with plenty of Huey Lewis and the News—and go back to see the Hill Valley of the past. For an upcoming Back to the Future screening, scale replicas of Hill Valley and its different time periods are being constructed. This is heavy.

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  17. LEGO Announces New Official Set: Is It Sherlock, Back to the Future, or Female Scientists?

    Good News Everyone!

    Back in June of last year, we told you about a push for more female minifigs from LEGO, particularly ladies doing science sets. Later in the year we were happy to hear of a single minifig being produced but were still anxious to hear the outcome of the set decision. LEGO's Frederikke Hoff is here to tell us if the scientists beat out Sherlock fandom and Back to the Future's DeLorean plus, she tells us what we can keep our fingers crossed for next time. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  18. Wolverine Is Marty McFly, Jean Grey Is Jennifer In X-Men: Days of Back to the Future Past [VIDEO]

    Snikt

    Davis from The Warp Zone sent us this works-too-well combo of Back to the Future and X-Men: Days of Future Past. If only Bryan Singer/Simon Kinberg took this route to fix the X-Universe instead! Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  19. Portable Hard Drive Symphony Plays the Back to the Future Theme

    Where we're going, we don't need instruments.

    I'm really glad no one has tried to remake Back to the Future with new technology yet, but I'll definitely take its music remade on not-so-new technology. Running on substantially less than 1.21 gigawatts with just a raspberry pi computer and a few batteries, YouTuber Arganalth has created a portable disk drive symphony.

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  20. These Pop Culture-Inspired Fashion Designs Are Simply Fabulous, Darling

    eye candy

    Fashion is not my strong suit. As I put this post together, I'm wearing a yoga top and the comfiest pants I own, which I think are ten years old by now. But even I, uncouth peasant that I am, can appreciate the classiness of artist Sara Richard's "Haute Pop" series. How do I begin to pick a favorite? Even bloody lab coats are swank here. Click through for more, and be sure to follow her Tumblr for new designs every Sunday.

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