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Things We Saw Today: Han Solo and Batman Riding Atop Swift Wind

We’ll allow it. (via Nerd Approved)

  • A great big number crunch of gender representation in DC and Marvel comics released at the beginning of the year. (via Bleeding Cool)
  • Some handy tips on what you can do if you’re adrift in space. Spoiler: Not much. (via Geek.com)

That’s no moon — it’s a Death Star skirt. (via Neatorama)

  • The life and legacy of the brilliant Émilie du Châtelet, a 16th-century mathematician. Her translation of Issac Newton’s Principia Mathematica remains the French standard to this day. (via Motherboard)
  • Survival horror game Alien: Isolation — in which you play as Ellen Ripley’s daughter — has been given a release date of October 7. (via Polygon)

The best resume we’ve ever seen. Not pictured: build instructions listing her relevant skills and experience. (via Geekosystem)

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