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Things We Saw Today: Hodor on the Iron Throne
by Susana Polo | 4:57 pm, February 17th, 2012
Kristian Nairn, who plays the role of Walder, more commonly known as Hodor because it is the only thing he seems capable of saying, in Game of Thrones tweeted this picture this morning, an image to set the other players in the Game of Thrones trembling in their boots. (Twitter)
- Speaking of Game of Thrones, Helmut Lang says it inspired his fall collection, and it’s easy to see how. (Styleite)
This Batman armor looks a lot like Sauron, and we don’t know if that make it more or less impressive. (DeviantArt)
- Guyspeed.com has a list of 25 pick up lines to use on Doctor Who fans (they specify girls, but we don’t see any reason to: boys like Doctor Who, too, gosh), and they’re pretty funny. We’d just like to remind all would be pickuppers to make sure that you are in a socially designated Pick Up Type Interaction before pulling one of these funny lines out. Don’t just scream “PROCREATE, PROCREATE!” at some cosplayer in the exhibition hall, no matter how fetching a dalek costume they’re wearing.
- After Cracked published a list of hilariously sexist comic book costumes and, not unexpectedly, their comment section exploded. Thus, The 8 Stupidest Defenses Against Accusations of Sexism, number 1 of which we were accused of only this morning. Because apparently thinking that John Carter has mishandled its marketing makes you a lesbian, which should be useful information for a lot of conservative pundits out there.
- Comics Alliance profiles Erica Moen, whose comics we love. You should check it out.
And speaking of ladies doing comics we like on the internet, Faith Eric Hicks wrote this humorous and only mostly accurate summary of A Wrinkle in Time. Read the rest of it here. (Tor.com)
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