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Aliens Make Dalek Corn Mazes

Aliens Make Dalek Corn Mazes

Aliens have a habit of making crop circles, but then Daleks are no ordinary race; they don’t abduct cows and they don’t make crop circles. However, the alien fascination with crops and fields does force them to do their bit in that direction, like making corn mazes. It’s a maize maze! While Daleks doing something like this is interesting, but kind of impossible, it must be said that this is the work of mere humans trying to celebrate 50 years of Doctor Who. York maze made a Dalek and Doctor corn maze to celebrate the milestone.

Via OW

Life Size Superhero Replicas in Lego

Life Size Superhero Replicas in Lego

These lifesize Lego superhero and other popular character statues made an appearance at the San Diego Comic-con. The Superman statue is 7 feet tall, the Iron Man is 6.5 feet tall, plus they have Batman, Robin and Gandalf and The Hobbits keep them company.

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Blacksmith Makes Real Wolverine Claws

Blacksmith Makes Real Wolverine Claws

An accomplished blacksmith, Tony Swatton has created weapons and props for several movies and shows. In his free time however, he likes to do some projects by himself. In this case for example, we see him crafting a very real life version of wolverine claws. Since adamantium isn’t quite available in our universe, or mutants who can have claws made of that element, so he’s using tampered steel for wolverine claws. Who makes wolverine claws for the movies? They’re CGI.

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Adam Savage Builds Han Solo’s DL-44 Blaster

Years of research, finding just the right parts and having Adam Savage to put them all together. That is both super cool and super geeky. Norman Chan and people at TheRPF forum spent about two years researching and crafting out details of Han Solo’s DL-44 Blaster from Star Wars Episode IV. When a group of prop and replica enthusiasts get together, you don’t just get something that looks like the blaster, you get a very faithful recreation of the one Solo carried around.

Via Tested, LaughingSquid

Stormtrooper Bathrobe

Stormtrooper Bathrobe

Being an elite soldier of the galactic empire is a tough job. Stormtroopers get to be mowed down by a handful of people, run the risk of being force choked by Darth Vader, and do all other empire stuff while maintaining a really shitty aim. Nobody said it was going to be an easy job, and we believe the Stormtroopers are fond of their armor and their (white and black) colors, those that they wear most of their lives.

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Superheroes Illustrated in the Style of Traditional Native American Art

Superheroes Illustrated in the Style of Traditional Native American Art

Artist Jeffrey Veregge is a member of the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe and spent most of his time on his reservation locally known as Little Boston, and located near Kingston, Washington. The artist graduated from the Art Institute of Seattle where (among other things) he studied traditional coastal Salish art. Combining the traditional art of Native Americans with his own interest and geeky love for comic books, Jeffrey created these illustrations of superheroes styled in traditional Native American art.

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Beer Styled Harry Potter Book Titles

Beer Styled Harry Potter Book Titles

Harry Potter and the Beer by artist Anita Brown lives in the magical realm where beer is inspired by the titles of Potter books. The only thing wrong with this is that these beers don’t exist for real, a little shortcoming that we believe someone would be well inclined to correct. This also reminds us of opportunities lost, if Dumbledore, Voldemort and Potter had sat down in the Three Broomsticks and talked matters over beer, they would either solve matters peacefully or in a drunken brawl. Either way, a lot of lives could be saved.

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