This parody doesn’t expressly say that it’s about Game of Thrones, but…c’mon. It’s Game of Thrones.
Okay, the mini-fig faces are cool, but the thumb and pinky take the cake. (via When Geeks Wed) Emerald City Comiccon’s been receiving tremendously positive support for their harassment policy.
What you are about to read is based entirely in hearsay. However, it is also about Star Wars. I think we’re all willing to allow hearsay where Star Wars is concerned.
When development studio QCF started their beta build of Desktop Dungeons, they knew that their female characters needed some rethinking.
Doesn’t matter if you’re young or old, straight or queer, cis or trans, Gryffindor or Slytherin. Today belongs to all of us.
And it’s more filled with more food puns than that time Peeta in their Catching Fire was an actual piece of pita bread.
What it says on the tin. Some of Steve Casino‘s other superhero peanut portraits can be seen at That’s Nerdalicious.
Smells like vengeance. Continue on for Spider-Man and The Hulk’s poop. Look, we figured, if there’s a market for this kind of thing, it’s gotta be you guys.
Any excuse to remind more people that a “post-apocalyptic Zorro” was a concept Fox Studios was playing around with two years ago.
Kim Soo Hyun joins Age of Ultron and Patrick Sabongui joins The Flash, but as who? I don’t know either, Spider-Man.
Man, Uncle Bryan is the best Uncle. Why? He created this Ghostbusters version of a Cozy Coupe for his nephew.
A House Divided centers around familiar moral conundrums — food, life, trust — though never in a way that felt tired.
So. Much. Animated. Vomit. And a surprise ending! Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?
Fan Expo Canada is presenting Toronto Comicon this weekend, March 7-9. Celebrity guests in attendance this year include Eliza Dushku, Tatiana Maslany, Sean Astin, Morena Baccarin, and more.
Still don’t want to see this movie… but Idris Elba. But live-action Disney remake. But Idris Elba. Dammit.
Peewee Parker on Flickr crafts dozens of fashion dolls of all shades, but this one is perhaps the most dangerous.
Amy Acker first landed a Joss Whedon role in the Angel television series where she played Fred/Illyria.