Things We Saw Today: Klingon Stormtrooper Ballerina Princesses
Today is a good day to plié.
— Ashley Eckstein (@HerUniverse) September 23, 2014
Obviously we don’t get to attend cons as often as Her Universe’s Ashley Eckstein does, but why isn’t this something we see everyday? That just doesn’t seem fair. (via Neatorama)
- Spurned by the words of a misogynist Twitter user threatening not to date feminists (Gasp! The horror!), Redshirts author John Scalzi took to Twitter to imagine what the rest of that man’s life might be like. Don’t worry, there’s a happy ending—well, for us, anyway.
- Whoah… could Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. be setting up a future visit to Wakanda? Uproxx investigates.
- A recent Twitter study suggests that actors are a television show’s greatest asset. That sound you’re hearing off in the distance is Gotham’s best boy swearing. (via Variety)
This old-timey Doctor Who-themed carriage is gorgeously crafted, but probably a bad idea. After all, River Song spend her infancy in a TARDIS and look how that turned out. (via Geekologie)
- According to Jezebel, GoFundMe will no longer accept crowdfunding campaigns for abortions, or sorcery. But I guess legal funds for people that most of the Internet hates is fine, then? Because that’s what GoFundMe seems to get used for the most.
- Once, Lindsay Lohan pitched Tina Fey a sequel for Mean Girls. Yeaaaah, ABC Family tried that back in 2011. It didn’t work out so well. (via Movies.com)
- The Ignobel prizes for 2014 were recently announced. Among the winners include a paper entitled “Seeing Jesus in Toast: Neural and Behavioral Correlates of Face Pareidolia.” You’re welcome. (via Neatorama)
I never knew I wanted a Karate Kid/Guardians of the Galaxy mash-up with Groot starring as a bonsai tree, but Joel Watson’s FANEURYSM comic has lovingly filled that void. (via tipster Lia)