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  1. Minimalist Movie Posters, Made With Simple Sheets Of Paper

    Get on my wall.

    It feels almost unnecessary to write anything about artwork that manages to say so much with so little. My hat is off to the folks at Spanish design studio Atipo, who have proven the old adage about pictures being worth a thousand words.

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  2. These Paper Video Game Dioramas Are On A Whole ‘Nother Level

    Hey! Listen!

    I enjoy making papercraft in my spare time, but this...I bow to this. These amazing dioramas are created by a gent named Wuppes, who clearly knows his way around a cutting board. Arcade and console classics are his jam, and he's got replicas of everything from The Legend of Zelda to Bubble Bobble. Click through to have a gander at his work.

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  3. Jill and Rebecca’s Favorite (And One Least Favorite) Moments From Game of Thrones, “The Mountain and the Viper”

    Hear Me Roar

    Guess the least favorite moment. Go on. Guess.

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  4. In The Name Of The Moon, I Approve Of This Fanart

    Henshin Yo!

    We've featured Ann Marcellino's Sailor Moon/Avengers crossover art before, but when these pure, undistilled images of the Sailor Senshi appeared on my Tumblr dash, I couldn't pass 'em up. Prints of selected images are available at Society6, as well as artwork from other fandoms. And hey, Ms. Marcellino? If you make a Uranus and Neptune print, I will buy it.

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  5. Valuable Lessons from PSA Posters of the X-Men Universe

    Mutatis Mutandis

    Hit Dorkly for the rest of Julia Lepetit and Andrew Bridgman's PSAs from the world of X-Mens. Now you know, and knowing is half the battle.

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  6. I’m Sorry For What These Gloomy Video Game Characters Are About To Do To Your Feelings

    I'm In A Glass Case of Emotion

    Toad, Toad, come here. You're my go-to guy in Mario Kart. You're Princess Peach's right-hand shroom. We've all had days like that, buddy. It's going to be okay. Artist Christopher Hemsworth is the fiendish mind behind these. Click through for more 16-bit angst. Prints are available at Society6. (via Geeks Are Sexy)

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  7. Scenes From Aliens, Carefully Recreated With LEGO

    It Came From Outer Space

    In space, no one can hear you scream. Even if you step on stray blocks. Behold the work of Flickr user Missing Brick, who has many more images where these came from. In related news, I would definitely watch a stop-motion LEGO version of Aliens. Somebody get a Kickstarter going. (via Laughing Squid)

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  8. The Internet Reacts to the Big Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Title News, Brings the Snark

    Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

    Our first reaction to hearing the title of the Man of Steel sequel will be Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was "wait a diggy damn minute, [PERSON A] v [PERSON B] is a court case." But other people around the Internet, particularly on Twitter, had different reactions, because the World Wide Web is full of many different variations on snarky smack talking. Here's a sample.

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  9. Jill and Rebecca’s Favorite Moments from Game of Thrones, “Mockingbird”

    Hear Me Roar

    It's Wednesday, and that means it's time for Rebecca and Jill to share with you our favorite moments from Game of Thrones, "Mockingjay." "Mockingbird." Dammit. The Hunger Games, you have incepted us.

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  10. What if The Guy Who Made Batman: The Animated Series Made Star Wars?

    For A More Civilized Age

    Bruce Timm, one of the creators of Batman: The Animated Series, didn't make Star Wars. But back in the nineties, he did pitch to see if he could get the job of doing the comic book adaptation of Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace. He didn't get it (he told one interviewer that this was fine with him, once he saw the film: getting the job "would have killed me!") but we do have these lovely images that he used to prove that he could do the job.

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  11. Orphan Black Visual Recap: Ipsa Scientia Potestas

    Recap

    Last week on BBC America's Orphan Black we had fun with texts, clone hugs, and dirty business. This week...there was A LOT of dirty business. Check out the visual recaps with far too many movie and TV references than necessary.

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  12. Gorgeous Superhero Watercolors To Class Up Your Living Space

    Why Not Do It With Some Style?

    Only some of these paintings are available to purchase as prints on artist Blule's website, but she does also have a print of Little Red Riding Hood where the hood is the wolf's corpse. I feel the need to point that out, because... Little Red Riding Hood where the hood is the wolf's corpse. C'mon. Never has a watercolor been so metal.

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  13. Incredibly Realistic Game of Thrones & Tomb Raider Cosplayers Look Like They Jumped Right Out Of Your TV Screen

    Fans Do Cool Things

    Wow. Wow. Wow. I'm a big supporter of anyone cosplaying any character they love but there's something to be said for an individual realizing they look oddly similar to an actor and running with it. So is the case for cosplayers Trine Ericzon, aka Santatory (as Game of Thrones' Margaery Tyrell) and Tara Cash (as the most recent incarnation of Lara Croft, Tomb Raider).

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  14. Reimagined Pokémon Inspired By Mayan Artwork

    Just Go With It

    Or, as artist Mona Robles rightly calls them, Pokemayans. She does commissions as well, if you'd like to give your favorite pocket monster the Mesoamerican treatment. Click through for a whole menagerie. (via Game Informer)

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  15. We Moss Say, We’ve Taken A Lichen To These Geeky Terrariums

    In Which We Make A Terrible Pun

    I like home decor that makes guests do a double take. At first glance, you see a typical coffee table item, but upon further inspection, there's a little something for geeks in the know. Etsy shop Moss Love Terrariums deals in such goods. Made by Jacie Anderson-Coovert, these frond-filled vignettes feature some pop culture favorites. Click through for a small crop of them.

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  16. Jill and Rebecca’s Favorite Moments From Game of Thrones, “The Laws of Gods and Men”

    Winter Is Coming

    It should surprise absolutely no one that Jill and I have a lot of Oberyn in this week's gallery of our favorite bits from Game of Thrones (recap here).

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  17. Disney Characters As Star Wars Villains Are Scum and Villainy Squared

    Things to Do With Your Kids

    Dennis Culver created this series of Disney baddies as Star Wars baddies for Moviefone, and I love all the little details he put in. Oh, and I also love that the Darth Vader/Scar mashup is named "Scarth Vader." Thumbs up on that one.

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  18. Gotham Character Art Has a Lot of People Dressed In Monochrome Looking Broody

    I Am The Night

    Man, that's some tragic gravitas li'l Bruce Wayne is rocking there. I'd say he's hauntingly intense. Is it ever going to stop being hilarious that those were the phrases used by a Gotham casting call and early official synopsis to describe 12-year-old Bruce Wayne? No. No it is not. The bad guys in this set of posters are the only ones who look like they're having anything resembling good time, and I appreciate that. It fits. But God help me if I become in any way attracted to the Penguin. I'm just saying it's a danger at this point. I know, I know.

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  19. Orphan Black Visual Recap: Governed as It Were by Chance

    Recap

    The latest episode of Orphan Black may not have been as action-packed as the last few but it sure did deliver on the awesome, didn't it?

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  20. Wondy the Riveter, and The Rest of DC Comics’ Gorgeous Bombshell Variant Covers

    Great Hera!

    DC Comics has released all of its variant covers for June, on the theme of nineteen-fifties style bombshell posters featuring its major female characters, from Arisia to Zatanna and Mera and Lois Lane in between. The drawings and designs are lovely, and some are even already being pushed to posters, prints, and statues. Still, I agree with DCWKA when I say: why couldn't we get some dude bombshells? Where's Nightwing? Where's Lobo? Where's the Martian Manhunter and his barely-there costume?

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