Between this first picture and the image we got last month, I'm now convinced that most of this season will consist of Sherlock staring at John from dark corners. We also have images of Mary Morstan, Mrs. Hudson, Molly, and John's already-infamous 'stache.
Allow me to explain: sometimes, monsters need to feel sexy, too, so artist Erika Deoudehas given classic beasts of film the pin-up treatment in her 2014 Calendar of Sexy Monsters. It's weird and funny and kind of disturbing all at the same time, and, in a way, completely delightful.
You know the one. The Best Drink in Existence, the effects of which are similar to "having your brains smashed in by a slice of lemon wrapped round a large gold brick." If you can make this, then you really know where your towel is.
The prop used by Harrison Ford in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi is being sold at auction at invaluable.com. Just in time for the holidays...if you happen to have more than $200,000 lying around. According to the auction description...
Illustrator Greg Opalinski draws a lot of things, but, come on, we're here for the ladies. Here's a collection of his female character art, both original and fan. (Hey, put some purple eyes on this first knight and you'd have Alanna of Trebond! Childhood made.)
That's right, Disney has made us a supercut of Winnie the Pooh saying his signature phrase. You may tell me that I'm too old for Pooh Bear, to which I will say that I don't care. I'm going to go play Poohsticks and you're not invited.
A little while ago, Jaimie Alexandertold an interviewer that she was getting more involved with the children's hospital in LA and hoped to go in-character to hang out with the kids sometime soon. Well, she did this week, giving out posters and DVDs and letting the kids pose with Sif's sword and shield. Cuuuuuuuuuuute.
Yep, we're still milking the 50th anniversary. It may be over, but it's not over in our hearts. In this episode of Doctor Puppet, that most charming of stop-motion fan film projects, the Eleventh Doctor has an adventure in a bakery.
Forget sight-seeing. Why not organize your next trip by mythological creatures? Fernando Reza has released a second series of his mythical beast travel posters, which highlight creatures of legend from around the world. When are we going to get a poster for the wampa of Hoth? I guess it doesn't count if the place is fictional, too. Darn.
Many fans were not pleased a few weeks ago when a press release about Marvel's upcoming live show, Marvel Universe Live!, mentioned zero female characters. However, Marvel has finally announced that the show will feature a number of female superheroes and villains, including Black Widow, Madame Hydra, Maria Hill, Black Cat, and Captain Marvel. I'm still annoyed that whoever wrote that initial press release didn't see fit to include Natasha with the rest of the Avengers, but at least she'll be there to kick ass.