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Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Why Have Only One Nerd Theme for Your Engagement Photos When You Can Have Four

It’s no secret that the internet loves a nerdy engagement or wedding photoshoot, but where some folks might stop at a Scott Pilgrim or The Matrix Theme Ace and Karla decided: why choose?


And So It Begins

Fall In Love With WeLoveFine’s Geeky Valentine’s Day Shirts

We love WeLoveFine and WeLoveFine loves geeks. That’s why they’ve put together an extra-special Valentine’s Day (or valenTEE’s day) section for those of you wanting to show some geeky pride leading up to the holiday. Take a peek at lovey-dovey designs from Star Wars, comics, My Little Pony, and more. And don’t forget to check out the rest of the designs on!


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: The Evolution of Guillermo del Toro

“The strange, beautiful evolution of Guillermo del Toro,” by Jeff Victor, who previously illustrated the evolution of famous actors (and Batman). (via /Film)


Highly Successful Marketing Strategies

Carlton Cuse Is Turning Oni Press’ Comic, The Sixth Gun, Into A TV Show

Comics are a hot commodity these days and it seems Oni Press (the ones who brought you Scott Pilgrim) are the most recent beneficiary. Their comic book The Sixth Gun, by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt, is getting its own television show on NBC thanks to Lost’s Carlton Cuse


This Exists... Because of A Lady

This Woman Proposed To Her Boyfriend, Scott Pilgrim Style

And you thought you were creative. One woman made her geek boy very happy by proposing to him in a very unique way. She took him on a tour of Toronto by making a scavenger hunt out of locations from Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Scott Pilgrim comic. The end result was her popping the question. See all the shots they took along the way plus what the rings look like!

(via io9)


Winter Is Coming

George R.R. Martin Is Worried He’s Not Writing Fast Enough For HBO’s Game Of Thrones

This week’s “DUH!” moment comes to us courtesy of A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin. Fans of his work know he’s notoriously slow when it comes to writing, and Martin himself has copped to it, but with the HBO television series now in full swing, there’s a new concern. Will Martin’s novels be finished or will the show catch up before he’s done? Hear what he had to say about it after the jump. 


And Fansplosions Abound

Doctor Whooves: The Doctor Who/My Little Pony Cross-Over

We’ve seen Lauren Faust’s My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic mashed-up with a few of our fandoms previously. For instance, Scott Pilgrim, The Dark Knight, and Game of Thrones. We’ve also seen a few fan-made clips of the Doctor from Doctor Who as a pony and the David Tennant look-a-like has even made a few cameo appearances on the actual show (his cutie mark is an hour glass). But now…oh, now we have a whole episode featuring Doctor Whooves and his trusty companion. Hungry for more? Check out these My Little Pony figures done up like the cast of the famous sci-fi show while you’re waiting for episode 2 to premiere in a few months. Or, as YouTuber ocarinaplaya suggests, make a usable intro for the Doctor Whooves show (there were some rights issues)!

Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Scott Pilgrim Creator’s Next Graphic Novel

It has been confirmed: Bryan Lee O’Malley‘s next graphic novel is called “Seconds,” to be released in 2013. (At Comics Alliance)


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Tiny Supergirl Outsmarts Stormtrooper

Aren’t you a little short to be a Stormtrooper? Or did I just LEAP OVER YOUR HEAD IN A SINGLE BOUND? (At Furious Fanboys)


Together At Last

Your Scott Pilgrim-My LIttle Pony Mashup of the Day [Video]

An epically adorable battle between wisecracking ponies and true love.