This Star Wars bloopers reel carries footage that wasn’t seen in DVD or BluRay releases, and some parts of it really are fresh. In case you’re wondering where the sound in the video went, there was none for the first few clips. The video is an excerpt from the digital book The Making of Star Wars. Available on Amazon.
Fans of the book series A Song of Ice and Fire, or its TV adaptation Game of Thrones will enjoy this 2014 calendar based on the books. Illustrated by artist Gary Gianni to showcase important scenes from the books, and published by George R.R. Martin, the calendar is available on ThinkGeek ($15) and Amazon ($13.54).
In the world of the famous anime and manga Naruto, eyes play a big role. You can (usually) get a fair idea of the characters abilities and what hurricane of ass-kicking they are about to unleash by looking at their eyes. Created by TheDownfall, the list is missing Hyuuga representation, but does include Sakura. Oh, and before you head out to look at the images, be on your guard for spoilers if you happen to be an anime watcher.
Being a teenage ninja turtle is now super easy given that it only requires the purchase of a backpack. Which actually should be better than going mutant and learning ninja techniques. It is a bit like a universal backpack gear for ninja turtles, as it includes nunchucks, a pair of sais and two masks, which we assume should belong to Raphael and Michelangelo. Poor Leo and Don must live without a backpack while Raphael and Michelangelo battle over who gets to play. Available for pre-order, the box is priced at $55.
Print by illustrator Max Dalton puts characters from Star Wars Episodes IV to VI in one 18″ x 24″ poster. Sure everyone remembers the big names, but several of these characters have long since been forgotten. The print was priced at $50 and appears to have been sold out already!
Got long hair and want to dress up like Gimli? Well, here you go. Middle school English teacher Marcella made a sweet Gimli dwarf beard for herself, and put up a tutorial with instructions on how to do one for yourself.
The Doctor is turning 50, and there’s a hot new trailer for The Day of the Doctor that celebrates the last 50 years of the show.
It looks like people are very dismissive of the greatness of Gandalf the Grey, and they shall pass even if he tries to stop them. He must think it was easier dealing with balrogs and orcs.
Wolverine useless?! I could never have thought that but the professor makes some very good arguments.