In his career of about 50 years, Iron Man has had the pleasure to wear plenty of different armor designs. This infographic by HalloweenCostumes shows the progression of Iron Man’s armor through time, showing the most popular suits. What we do see in the early Iron Man suits/armor is the progression of nipples. It would seem Iron Man’s armor nipples started around his tummy and steadily moved upwards; after spending some time at their anatomically correct position, they seemed to have moved further northwards and disappeared.
You would think the gang of superpowered heroes the Avengers are, they won’t mind sticking out for each other in their individual worlds beyond the team as well. That doesn’t usually happen, and this (presumably) confidential list from Iron Man shows why. I think Dorkly has all the bases covered on this one.
Matt Ferguson made a set of posters for six movies that made the original Star Trek film series. Star Trek I to Star Trek VI find a place in these posters.
When the world needs a saving, you can be sure you need the power of superheroes around, and it helps greatly if the alphas come looking the part. And by looking the part, we mean have big, flowing beards. They are the heroes the world deserves, and needs, and probably when they get beards, they will learn to put on underwear the right way. The illustrations are the work of artist Vanja Mrgan.
Taking time towards the new film Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods Imperial Enterprises has come up with a new, Dragon Ball Z themed limited edition watch. Face of the watch shows the four-star dragon ball from the series, and can displays 24-hour time, fractions of seconds, and a calendar, and has a stopwatch function.
Out to celebrate its first May the 4th with Star Wars, Disney invited California-based artist Mike Kungl to showcase his Star Wars themed propaganda posters. There you have it, the empire and the rebels trying to one up each other with the force of propaganda and advertising. Prints are available on the artist’s website.
Now would perhaps be a good time to check out your Resume, take a good hard look at it, maybe touch it up a bit and see how good you fit into the Star Wars universe and what job could you grab there. This flowchart will help you get right up with your aptitude to decide the potential job for you. All you got to do is answer a series of questions and follow the lines of the flowchart, until you find the profession the geek world has in store for you.
That’s Superman doing his thing for the upcoming Man of Steel movie that will be in theaters on June 14.
Going to infinity and beyond in creating an irritating noise that is capable of destroying ears and brains requires a dress made of balloons like this one. Admittedly though, it is also quite amazing given the balloons stack up nicely to create a Buzz Lightyear costume. Now, as an exercise imagine the sound of that guy walking. Done? You can thank me later.