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Things We Saw Today: Brave Fan Art (Already)

Things We Saw Today

Not that we’re complaining, but Pixar‘s Brave doesn’t come out until 2013. We’ve barely seen any official art from it, but some of us are way too psyched to not draw up some fan art featuring our newest heroine, Merida. This piece is by DeviantARTist Keena53, and we are more than happy to share it! (via Diary of a Death Starlette)

  • Sad news from Comics Reporter: Les Daniels, writer on several subjects including comics (Comix: A History of Comic Books in America) and the horror genre, has passed away.
  • Seanan McGuire has an essay about one of our favorite subjects: Mary Sue! No, not us, as in The Mary Sue, but the fanfiction term describing (oftentimes female) characters in a piece who are unconditionally beloved and wonderful versions of the author themselves.
  • Some people see Jesus. Some see the Virgin Mary. This person saw Admiral Ackbar. (via EPIC Ponyz)

    Also from EPIC Ponyz, Portal magnets, Portal magnets, Portal magnets!

    Wait for it … (via Lick My Dark Mark)

    From the land of the obscure: J.J. Abrams is attached to produce a film adaptation of Boilerplate: History’s Mechanical Marvel, a graphic novel by Paul Guinan and Anina Bennett about a steampunk robot who fought alongside Teddy Roosevelt and Lawrence of Arabia. I’m just happy this isn’t going to be a movie about press releases. (Only PR people will get that.) (via Geeks Are Sexy)

  • Bleeding Cool has an interview with Family Guy‘s Alex Borstein and she confirms what we already knew: They record all their voiceovers naked. I’m pretty sure she’s completely serious.
  • And since Kristen Stewart is in the news for doing movies that actually look interesting, here is how to talk like her and experience the same success in your everyday life!

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