What it says on the tin. By Natascha at Lamilu. (via The Uniblog)
There are several reasons why I don’t go to the beach, despite living on Long Island. 1) My German pallor. 2) Sand. 3) I’m scared to death of this happening. But it’s cute when it’s a baby elephant. (via The Frisky)
Catherine Penfold-Waxman of the Etsy shop Knit One, Pearl Two makes purses featuring the images of Cybermen, Boba Fett, and other genre faces, so we thought you’d like to know. (via Fashionably Geek)
This epic work of geek art, entitled “Sixteen in the Clip and One in the Hole,” was actually created back in the ’90s by Darick Robertson, but we’re happy it made its way on to the internet today. (via Geek Tyrant)
First, we get The Hunger Games on the big screen. Come April 14, we get The Legend of Korra. Are the two lead heroines similar? Hero Complex thinks so.
Attention aspiring t-shirt designers-slash-Dark Knight Rises fans: Design by Humans is running a contest to find the best t-shirt design inspired by The Dark Knight Rises. The winner will be chosen by Christopher Nolan, and there is a cash prize. No pressure! (via DC Women Kicking Ass)
The Huffington Post has an interview with James Urbaniak, character actor and the voice of Dr. Venture on The Venture Bros.. He is delightful. That’s all we have to say.
There is a petition going around to put Alan Turing, pioneer in computer science and a tragic hero when he killed himself after being prosecuted for homosexuality, on the £10 note. Sign it here! (via Boing Boing)
Is this an official teaser poster for The Wolverine? Allegedly taken with a camera phone in the office of director James Mangold? Yeeeeeeeeah… Probably not. (via Spinoff Online)