Things We Saw Today: Be a Critical Hit at Your Next Tea Party with This Awesome D20 Mug
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I know what I’m drinking out of during my next RPG! Check out this awesome D20 mug from ThinkGeek! It will change your life (or at the very least keep your warm bevarages both warm and cute). It’s $12.99. (via Geeks Are Sexy)
- David Harper’s website, Sktchd, has a great run-down of what comic artists make based on gender, and how most artists in comics today, no matter what their platform, aren’t making a living wage with their art. The numbers aren’t pretty, though there’s some room for hope. (via The Beat)
- The Hollywood Reporter tells the story of the 1993 film, Batman Forever – aka, “the Surprise Hit ‘Nobody Wanted.'”
Engineer, Dr. Michelle Dickinson, was tired of not being able to find office-appropriate geek wear for the discerning female scientist. So she decided to design her own. (via MatterChatter)
- I know you probably don’t feel like your love of dinosaurs needs explaining (they’re just awesome!), but the folks at The Morning News try to do just that.
- Emma Stone really likes keeping her private life private. So much so that, after the Sony hack, which revealed her personal info to the world, she did something pretty drastic. (via Business Insider)
Wanna forge a replica of Aragon’s Sword from Lord of the Rings? Let the folks at Man at Arms: Reforged show you how! (via Awe Me on YouTube)
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