Things We Saw Today: Stained Glass Iron Man
Things We Saw Today
- In case you’ve found yourself with a bit too much faith in humanity today, here’s a video of a young boy and girl being told they can’t be a princess and a superhero, respectively, for Halloween. (The Frisky)
- In the mood for something that’s not a big-budget superhero flick? For a dose of indie, how about Middle of Nowhere, directed by Ava DuVernay, the first African-American woman to receive Sundance’s Best Directing award? (NPR, via tipster Kathryn)
- A nine year old who “views the world entirely through the lens of Harry Potter” matches up figures from the third presidential debate with HP characters. Mitt Romney is Dolores Umbridge? Harsh. (Slate)
Meet Disney’s King Robo, a Voltron-esque toy robot made out of Mickey, Minnie, Daisy, Donald, Goofy, and Pluto mecha figures. (Cartoon Brew)
Ready for Christmas carols yet? Check out this Cee-Lo Green/Muppets collaboration from Green’s upcoming Christmas album. (via Digital Spy)
io9 calls Professor X out for calling referring to heterochromia as a “groovy mutation” in X-Men: First Class. Your move, Xavier.