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Easter eggs

  1. Avengers: Age of Ultron – Annotations and Easter Eggs!

    They called me mad. But they don't understand. I just like writing annotations, people. So when I went to see Avengers: Age of Ultron, you knew this was coming. I mean, it was either this or (perhaps I mean and) record a commentary track. So let's dive into this. And if you haven't already realized that there are spoilers, I do not know how you internet.

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  2. Every Single Age of Ultron Easter Egg In One Video

    Bet you didn't see these coming.

    There were so many references in Ultron to the rest of the Marvel Universe (it's all connected!) - sometimes to the detriment of the film, but hey, what can you do. Did you spot them all? (Spoilers in the video, obviously).

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  3. Today In Marvel: The Return of X-Men‘s Quicksilver, Big Hero 6 Easter Eggs, and Spader On “Batshit Crazy” Ultron

    No strings on me.

    We have several Marvel tidbits for you today, including THE SPADER talking about Ultron, his robot baddie whom part of Tumblr has discovered nascent sexual longings for everyone's been talking about since the trailer hit.

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  4. Here’s the Donald Glover Easter Egg You Didn’t Catch In The Amazing Spider-Man 2

    Set web shooters to "love me."

    Donald Glover may be playing Miles Morales in an upcoming episode of Disney XD's Ultimate Spider-Man (finally), but it's not the first time he's put in an appearance in the Spidey-franchise... kinda. Redditor DrAcula1431 posted the above image of that Donald Glover Easter Egg we heard about all the back in 2012. Of course Peter Parker's a Community fan. NERRRRRRD. Don't spot Troy Barnes? Come behind the cut, my pretties.

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  5. Watch (Almost) Every Easter Egg in the MCU, From Iron Man to Thor: The Dark World

    An omelette of nerdery.

    I object to the classification of Harry Dean Stanton's cameo in The Avengers as a "cameo," but hey, part of being a nerd is being pedantic from time to time. I've accepted my tendencies. Quibbling aside, MTV News' supercut of "every" Easter Egg in the MCU, not including The Winter Soldier and Guardians of the Galaxy, is a nice resource. I say "every" because I'm sure there are some missing. Know what they are? Leave a comment and educate your fellow nerds.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: J.H. Williams’ Cover Of Blondie’s New Album

    Things We Saw Today

    The beautiful! It's too much for my eyes to take!! It's Batwoman and Sandman artist J.H. Williams III doing an album cover for Blondie's Ghosts of Download. (via Robot 6)

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  7. The Easter Egg To End All Grand Theft Auto Easter Eggs Has Officially Been Found in GTAV

    Yup. It finally happened.

    Mild spoilers for those of you who haven't finished playing the game -- though if you're a longtime fan of the series, you probably know the exact Easter Egg we're talking about.

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  8. Enter the TARDIS on Google Maps

    Next week: Keep an eye out for the double arrows leading to the floating market.

    Visit Earl's Court Road on Google Street View, and click on the double arrows. End up in a time machine. Yep, that's just about how most of my trips to London go.

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  9. Looks Like We’re Getting Nothing Done Today: You Can Play Breakout in Google Image Search

    If you have a few minutes to kill, might we suggest typing "Atari Breakout" into Google Image Search? It will return images of the classic game, but after a few seconds those images will change into blocks, and your computer will beep and boop at you as the screen is transformed into the Atari classic Breakout. Google doesn't want anyone getting any work done today.

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  10. Shakespeare Quotes, Music, and More Hidden in BioShock Infinite Audio

    Act 3, Scene 2 of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet has a soliloquy by Juliet as she waits for night to fall so she can see Romeo. It's right before she finds out Romeo has been banished. The bit is rather beautiful, but if you want to hear a creepy, terrifying version of it, just go play BioShock Infinite. It's hidden in the game along with some other audio surprises.

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  11. Oh, You Hid Some Easter Eggs? Did You Hide Them in Space? Chris Hadfield Sure Did

    It's Easter Sunday here on Earth, but International Space Station Commander Chris Hadfield wanted to bring the celebration to his crew, so he hid some Easter eggs on the ISS. I don't know why we even bother doing stuff that's not in space anymore.

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  12. Doing Some Last Minute Egg Decorating? Why Not Make Angry Bird Eggs?

    It's already late Easter morning here on the east coast, but if you've been putting off decorating eggs and find yourself in need of some inspiration, why not give this a try: Kitchen Overlord's Chris-Rachael Oseland has instructions on how your eggs can look like the Angry Birds. She's also got an Angry Birds cocktail garnish for helping get through awkward family dinner.

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  13. How to Make Game of Thrones Dragon Eggs for Easter

    It is known

    The best things about dragon eggs is that if you lose them during your Easter egg hunt, they won't go bad and smelly, because they're already fossilized! Just don't set your house on fire. (via Neatorama.)

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  14. Seven Years of Fandom Easter Eggs That Look Good Enough to Eat

    Fans Do Cool Things

    Lesley A. Jensen makes a new set of Easter Eggs every year, based on the characters of a different geeky show, movie, or video game. This set for Batman: The Animated Series is my favorite, but I'm heavily biased, so you should probably come on in here here and see the others to form your own opinion.

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  15. These Mario Easter Eggs Are No Secret

    om nom nom

    Because they're actual eggs! Not hidden parts of a video game! And the only thing that could make them better is if they were edible. Imnopeas crafted them for their son with acrylic paints, and warns that they are not for human consumption. Here are some in progress shots!

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  16. There’s an Interesting Easter Egg in Google’s Pixel Chromebook

    On Friday Google announced the latest addition to their Chromebook lineup -- the Pixel. It's a high resolution, higher price tag entry into the otherwise bargain basement world of Chromebooks that we just don't know what to do with. Sure, that display looks beautiful, and the idea of a touchscreen laptop is an interesting one, but the rest of the specs of the Pixel don't match up with its $1,300 price tag. There wasn't anything about the Pixel we really got excited about -- then we found out it accepts the Konami Code.

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  17. I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For… A Hitman Absolution Easter Egg! [Video]

    The Hitman series is known first and foremost for giving players the freedom to kill their targets in a variety of ways, ranging from the conventional to the needlessly complex. In Hitman Absolution, those methods can be down-right weird sometimes. If someone can explain why this easter egg involving vultures and an ice cream truck makes any sense, I'd be surprised. Luckily, things don't need to make sense to be funny. Before you watch, you should know that this video contains some mild spoilers for a mission late in the game. If you're playing Hitman Absolution and haven't started a mission called "End of the Road," you might want to avoid watching this. The easter egg is hidden at the very beginning of the mission, so you should be fine as long as you've gotten that far.

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  18. Go Google “Conway’s Game Of Life” Right Now

    You know Conway's Game of Life. No, it's not the one with the blue and pink pegs, and the little cars, and the harrowing life-choices made without a second thought upon the drawing of an arbitrary card. Conway's Game of Life, also known as just "Life", is the one with the clumps of blocks that keep morphing their size and shape, and sometimes even change color. Why don't you just give it a Google and watch it slowly but surely take over your screen?

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  19. Google Includes Barrel Roll Functionality with Jelly Bean

    We all know Google's Barrel Roll easter egg, right? Wait, you don't? Google "Do a barrel roll." Just do it, okay? We'll wait. Back? Great! Exciting, right? With Android Jelly Bean, you can now do a barrel roll nowhere near a computer or even an N64!

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  20. Things We Saw Today: Alien Takes On Time

    Things We Saw Today

    Well -- are you???? (found on Facebook; if you know who created this, email us at tips [at] themarysue [dot] com!) UPDATE: The artist responsible for the Alien pic was Seivewright, who created it as part of Kotaku's recent "Are You Shop Enough?" contest. See more spoofs here. Hat tip to Esperino's Jess "Ninja" Watson for filling us in!

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