comScore Things We Saw Today: The World’s Oldest Photograph? | The Mary Sue
The Mary Sue

Things We Saw Today: The World’s Oldest Photograph?

Things We Saw Today

The photo above is said to be the world’s oldest known photograph, taken in 1825 by one Nicephore Niepce, whose method of developing the photo was known as heliogravure. It sounds crazy complicated. (via Bit Rebels)

  • Jeff Lindsay, writer of the novels that inspired Showtime‘s Dexter, will be turning his books into comics for Marvel. (via Bleeding Cool)
  • The Colbertpuff Report: Offered without comment. (via Popped Culture)

    This pretty much sums up the latter Star Wars trilogy, doesn’t it? That the whole thing felt like a bad touch to the fandom? (via Boing Boing)

    You can have your zombies, you can have your Whovians, you can even have your Newvians — this “Whombies” shirt is RIPT Apparel‘s $10 t-shirt of the day! (via Geeks of Doom)

    Speaking of zombies, here is a reminder that AMC‘s The Walking Dead starts its second season tonight at 9:00 PM (8:00 Central Time)! But if you can’t wait, here is a five-minute preview video. Watch it with the doors locked! (via Spinoff Online)

    © 2018 The Mary Sue, LLC | About Us | Advertise | Subscription FAQ | Privacy | User Agreement | Disclaimer | Contact | RSS RSS
    Dan Abrams, Founder

    1. Mediaite
    2. The Mary Sue
    3. RunwayRiot
    4. Law & Crime
    5. Gossip Cop