Things We Saw Today: Are you S.P.E.C.I.A.L. Enough for Fallout 4?

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Are you as hyped for Fallout 4 as we are? Because after watching this video on the S.P.E.C.I.A.L. system set to the 50s health class cartoons we all know and love (I guess?), we’re extra hyped. (via Arcade Sushi)

  • Were you at Dragon*Con this past Labor Day weekend? If so, did you catch the kid dressed up as a Jawa beating people at chess for charity? I love that that’s a question we can ask. Nerds are cool. (via The Daily Dot)
  • At last! The crossovers you’ve ALL been waiting for: Archie and literally everyone else. But sorry, sportsfans, this one’s covers only. No Avengers adventures for the Arch-meister. (via Topless Robot)

KARLA ORTIZ OMENS from Karla Ortiz on Vimeo.

Karla Ortiz, Marvel Film Studios concept artist, recently launched a stunning project capturing fine art illustrations in graphite. Check out the video above for some of her awesome work! (via Colossal)

  • SURGE IS COMING BACK. Enough said. (via The FW)
  • To a lot of people, Star Wars is known for its political intrigue as much as it is known for its battle scenes, hokey religions, and infinitely quotable lines. Thanks to Kotaku, we’ve now got an amazing round up of how this political intrigue plays out in the Star Wars universe.

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