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Twin Peaks

  1. New Twin Peaks Blu-Ray Set May Go Beyond End Of Second Season

    But do we finally meet Diane?

    Ninety minutes of never-before-seen Twin Peaks footage will be available on The Entire Mystery Blu-ray set come July 29th. But will tying up some of the mystery's loose ends be worth $119.00? Starpulse and Variety got a sneak peak (forgive me) at the box set's deleted scenes, and it seems like viewers who were left dissatisfied by the series finale would be well advised to start saving up.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: I’m Sorry, I Can’t Hear You Over Pocahontas As Captain America

    Heck yeah!

    This art by elliphantidelli of Disney POC (Princesses of Color) as the Avengers has been circulating around Tumblr, and we love it a lot, yes we do.

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  3. The New Twin Peaks Blu-Ray Set to Have Truly Bonkers Bonus Features

    The interviews are not what they seem.

    Worried that the ten-disc Blu-Ray Twin Peaks set due for release this summer will lack the show's surreality? Concerned Lynch's weirdness will be compromised by agreeing to release 90 unseen minutes of the Peaks saga? Well, slow your roll: CBS recently released a new trailer starring Lynch himself, and it's weird. Like, Nadine-level weird.

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  4. Damn Fine News: Twin Peaks Box Set Will Contain Ninety Minutes of New Footage

    Great news, Diane!

    It's a happy day in one fictional Washington state town: in response to a Facebook petition by fans, the new Twin Peaks box set due out July 29th will contain a whopping 90 minutes of never before seen footage and promises to reveal the show's "entire mystery."

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  5. Things We Saw Today: Seid Ihr Das Essen? Nein, Wir Sind Die Grover!

    Things We Saw Today

    Attack on Titan/Sesame Street mashup art by Olipop, via Neatorama.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: A Twin Peaks-Inspired Clothing Line

    Things We Saw Today

    Writes Suckers Apparel (we covered their awesome superhero dresses and leggings a while back) of this item in their new Twin Peaks collection: "This warm capelet is our tribute to the bathroom walls of Twin Peaks High." That's how I like all my clothes: Inspired by David Lynch bathrooms. Seriously though, I want everything in this line. There are Log Lady leggings. (Matt Fraction)

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  7. Things We Saw Today: This Sliced Up Bit O’ Kraken Is Actually a Cake

    Things We Saw Today

    That looks... um... delicious? (Kraken autopsy cake by Miss Cakehead, via That's Nerdalicious).

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  8. Licensed NES Games From the ’90s That We’re Surprised Don’t Really Exist

    My childhood weeps for a Daria game now.

    Back in the glory days of the NES and SNES, there were about a spillion officially licensed video games that did not need to exist. Seriously, does anyone remember the tie-in game for Home Improvement where you fought dinosaurs as Tim Allen? Thank god VGJunk put together some imagined title screens for franchises that would have made much better games.

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  9. Pinhead Does Children’s Parties, and Other Stories from Kiersten Essenpreis’ “Day Off” Series

    Meanwhile...

    Kiersten Essenpreis has created a series of prints hypothesizing what various villains, monsters, and cartoon characters do on their days off. On my day off, I went to the Museum of Natural History, but nobody made a drawing of me. (Actually, oddly enough, somebody did. But it's funnier to say otherwise, so the artist will have to forgive me.)

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  10. Netflix Head of Content Talks Why Arrested Development Could Make a Comeback, and Other Shows Can’t

    the internet is serious business

    Netflix is pretty decent when it comes to piracy. In fact they just implemented a measure that makes it easier to share one Netflix account between multiple people. So it's not surprising to hear their Chief Content Officer, Ted Sarandos, say something like:
    I think people do want a great experience and they want access – people are mostly honest. The best way to combat piracy isn’t legislatively or criminally but by giving good options. One of the side effects of growth of content is an expectation to have access to it. You can’t use the internet as a marketing vehicle and then not as a delivery vehicle.
    But what's more interesting to me, in the same interview, is what he says about bringing back old television shows with cult followings, specifically for Netflix, and why we shouldn't expect new episodes of Twin Peaks, Firefly, or Buffy to show up anytime soon.

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