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Posted by Adam Selvidge at 24 November 2011

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Posted by Adam Selvidge at 24 November 2011

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6a00d8341c747b53ef0162fc55cb8d970d 800wi 500x285 Digital Commission: Fireflies
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he says that he won’t/can’t sell reproductions of this, which makes me a mad/sad tiki.
/sigh.
I miss firefly.
BRB, going to go cry over my Firefly Blurays.

otisframpton.typepad.com/otisframpton/2011/11/digital-commission-fireflies.html

Posted by Adam Selvidge at 24 November 2011

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Posted by Adam Selvidge at 24 November 2011

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super wedding Superman Wedding

Jonathon Carroll and his groomsmen were decked out in the finest Krypton robes this side of the yellow sun. According to Jessica, they had purchased the bodysuits from Rivers Edge Dancewear, and Jonathon took the time to make the robes himself. The iconic House of El “S” logo was produced by Wildwood Studios based on the symbol from the Superman Returns film.

more images at geeks are sexy.

Posted by Adam Selvidge at 24 November 2011

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901656 press01 001 UP! Carl and Russell : Meritorious Moment Porcelain Statue

901656 press02 001 UP! Carl and Russell : Meritorious Moment Porcelain Statue

901656 press03 001 UP! Carl and Russell : Meritorious Moment Porcelain Statue

901656 press04 001 UP! Carl and Russell : Meritorious Moment Porcelain Statue

Sideshow Collectibles is proud to present the Carl and Russell : Meritorious Moment Porcelain Statue from the outstanding Walt Disney Classics Collection. Inspired by the uplifting animated adventure UP! the Meritorious Moment statue captures the heartfelt moment when Russell earns the final badge needed to graduate to Senior Wilderness Explorer and receives an unexpected award from Carl, the Ellie Badge. Presented in kiln-fired porcelain, with pewter details, the Carl and Russell : Meritorious Moment Porcelain Statue, designed by Dusty Horner, stands approximately 6.75 inches tall and includes a special Ellie Grape Soda Pin, a wonderful addition to any Disney collection!

This might be a good opportunity to mention that most (and more!) of the merch tie in items I’m posting can be found over on www.movieties.com as well.  Stop by and say hello?  Or at the very least, count how many versions of the Tron Identity Disk there are on that site so far.

This statue though?  creeeepy.

via Sideshow Collectibles.

Posted by Adam Selvidge at 24 November 2011

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Daily Planet1 Superman & Young Justice vs. Brainiac: A LEGO® creation by Mr. Xenomurphy

Daily Planet 11 Superman & Young Justice vs. Brainiac: A LEGO® creation by Mr. Xenomurphy

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Posted by Adam Selvidge at 23 November 2011

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minifig anatomy Anatomy of a Lego Minifig

In the past, Jason Freeny has dissected characters like Mario, and the Stay Puft marshmallow man—but now he takes a peek inside a Lego Minifig.

via Anatomy of a Lego Minifig [Toys].

Posted by Adam Selvidge at 23 November 2011

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docking bay Man Builds a LEGO Docking Bay Big Enough For The Ultimate Millennium Falcon

docking bay 2 Man Builds a LEGO Docking Bay Big Enough For The Ultimate Millennium Falcon

docking bay 3 Man Builds a LEGO Docking Bay Big Enough For The Ultimate Millennium Falcon

docking bay 4 Man Builds a LEGO Docking Bay Big Enough For The Ultimate Millennium Falcon

If you are familiar with the 10179 Ultimate Collectors edition of the Millennium Falcon, you’ll know that it is one of the biggest sets LEGO ever produced at 33″(84 cm) long by 22″(56 cm) wide and 8.3″(21 cm) tall with over 5000 pieces.

via nerd approved.

Posted by Adam Selvidge at 23 November 2011

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AUTOIMAGES WG19507lg Tron Mickey Mouse Statue

Tron Mickey Mouse Statue

Tron and Mickey Mouse combine!
Figurine spotlights the rodent hero in Tron-true colors.
Mickey holds an Identity Disc in his hand!

Disney’s Tron movie and Mickey Mouse come together in this remarkable 5 3/4-inch tall statue that spotlights the diminutive rodent hero in Tron-true colors with an Identity Disc in his hand!

I like the vinyl version better.

via Tron Mickey Mouse Statue – Westland Giftware – Tron – Statues at Entertainment Earth.

Posted by Adam Selvidge at 23 November 2011

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boooooobs.

www.epicponyz.com/2011/11/my-little-pony-reenacted.html

Posted by Adam Selvidge at 22 November 2011

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11 e1320214914117 500x333 Life Sized Halo Sniper Rifle Made From LEGO

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The newest addition to Nick Jensen’s collection of brick-built Halo weapons is this life-sized reproduction of the Sniper Rifle System 99 Anti-Matériel (aka Halo sniper rifle) made almost entirely from LEGO.

via Life-Sized Halo Sniper Rifle Made From LEGO [Toys].

Posted by Adam Selvidge at 21 November 2011

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oh I like. I just hope that most of this content makes it (legally!) to the internet. I’d love to see some main stream convention coverage!

Also, was that Lego Batman I saw in there? sweeeet.

Posted by Adam Selvidge at 9 November 2011

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Posted by Adam Selvidge at 8 November 2011

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Posted by Adam Selvidge at 3 November 2011

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muppets ftw.

and your mother.

via toplessrobot for part 2

Posted by Adam Selvidge at 3 November 2011

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d0455d2622e9802eee5939161cfd8f18 The Punisher Heads to Television

After three feature film versions, Frank Castle is heading to the small screen. Deadline reports that Fox has plans to develop Marvel Comics’ “The Punisher” as a television series from former “Criminal Minds” showrunner Edward Allen Bernero.

Set up through ABC Studios, “The Punisher” will take on the format of an hourlong police procedural. In this version, Castle will work by day as an NYPD detective and by night as the Punisher, righting the wrongs that he legally can’t.

This is a horrible idea.  Did they learn nothing from the success of the comic movies/television series that stayed true to the original story?  This is taking the Punisher name and applying it to someone / something else entirely.  Frank’s got to be a vet back from the war, trying to regain his relationship with his family, only to have them brutally murdered while playing frisby in the park.  He then has to kill people.  LOTS of people.  I somehow doubt that ABC is willing to show the kind of bodycount that The Punisher truly demands.

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