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  1. How Pacific Rim Should Have Ended, Now With Bonus Voltrons [Video]

    The one thing Pacific Rim was really missing? Vacuum attachment arms.

    I feel deep in my heart that Pacific Rim is a totally amazing blockbuster movie, but I'll admit that there are a lot of points where you have to willingly suspend your disbelief. Naturally, Youtube animated channel How It Should Have Ended went ahead and poked at those points with a giant robot sword. Several giant robot swords, actually.

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  2. Hillary White Paints Pop Culture into the Old Masters

    Our Adorable Past

    Hillary White's DeviantArt gallery is full of handpainted portraits of popculture figures as if they were the original subjects of artists like Francois-Xavier Fabre, Frans Hals, Anthony Van Dyck, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, and John Singer Sargent. Most of them are for sale. We thought you might be interested in that sort of thing.

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  3. Red Bull Releases Ridiculous Rube-Goldberg-esque Kluge

    Red Bull did another sports thing! This is The Athlete Machine, a collection of Rube Goldberg devices connected by a series of impressive feats of derring-do performed by what we assume are well known extreme sports athletes. After Felix Baumgartner's jump from space, it seems Red Bull figured the best way to top something huge is by linking smaller, slightly less awesome things together into a sort of extreme sports Voltron.

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  4. DreamWorks Acquires Classic Media, Awesome Stuff On The Way (Trust Us)

    Allow Us To Explain

    DreamWorks Animation, the folks who brought us Shrek, Madagascar, and How to Train Your Dragon, have just acquired the privately owned animation studio, Classic Media. Why should you care? Classic Media owns the motherload of awesome cartoon and comic properties. And all it cost them was $155 million in cash. Hit the jump to find out what characters from your childhood we'll likely be seeing again very soon. 

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  5. Hillary White Puts Pop Culture in Classic Art

    eye candy

    We look at a lot of pop culture mashups here, but there's just something about the mashups of illustrator Hillary White, probably because they show a clear knowledge of art history and technique. And then they use that knowledge to put Muppets, Star Wars, Voltron, and Silent Hill characters and more in famous paintings, like Domenichino's The Maiden and the Unicorn.

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  6. Voltron Would Just Never Work in Real Life As Long As Pidge Is Involved [Video]

    And I'll Form the Head!

    Voltron is seriously having a moment, you guys. A few days ago, we showed you a super dramatic, emotionally-charged Voltron fan film. This comedy short by Awkward Spaceship is not that, but it does deal with the human feelings behind the robot lion limbs -- the annoying ones. Damnit, Pidge ... (via Geeks Are Sexy)

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  7. This Is How the Mighty Fall: Not With a Roar But With One Small Last Breath

    The Human Machine

    I'll admit to not having much experience with the particular fandom (I won't mention it specifically here, because I think the slow reveal is actually one of the movie's strengths) this fan movie is based in, other than watching it a few times on Toonami while I was waiting for Batman: The Animated Series to come on. But anyone who's willing to take it's concept and crank the dial up to Battlestar Galactica levels of space opera realism gets my endorsement. (via Forever Geek.)

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Meowtron

    Things We Saw Today

    And there's your Voltron-Made-Out-of-Cats that you've always wanted! (That's so meow-ta.) (At Neatorama)

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  9. Fine, Fine, Fine: A Voltron Movie Is Officially Happening

    And I'll Form the Head!

    One of the red-headed stepchildren of the Transformers has stamped its feet and held its breath enough to get its own movie. Yesterday, it was announced that a live-action Voltron movie was officially in the works, just a month after the successful debut of its rebooted TV series on Nicktoons. So, get ready for an onslaught of mechanical lion things. Gobots, you can stay in the corner and hang out for a while.

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  10. New Voltron Clip Shows A Very, Very Familiar Transformation

    And I'll Form the Head!

    The new Voltron Force transforms in a whirl of passable 3-D animation, deplorable 2-D animation, hilarious Techno Babble, and one (admittedly) unexpected and lonely subversion. You know, I don't care if it's canonical, there is just something inherently silly about being roared at by a robot's toes. (via Comics Alliance.)

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