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Caters News has shared this video of Georges, a juvenile Asian Black Bear with a Batman logo in his fur. Much like the caped crusader himself, Georges, who was recently rescued from bile traffickers by AnimalsAsia, has had a troubled past. Luckily, Bearuce seems to have the pluck necessary to recover from his difficult youth. DC: take notice. This cub needs to be canon.
In an recent interview with GQ, nerd superstar and host of The Wil Wheaton Project Wil Wheaton (gee, I wonder where they got the name of his show from?) had some really excellent things to say about what it means to be a geek. Or a nerd. Whatever puts your starship into hyperdrive, I guess.
Geeky Merch is offering these Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes aprons for $65. Don one and remember the shop's good old days, when aprons were for tidying puking pastille incidents, not wiping away tears.
The Pokémon Fusion Generator's been around for a while now, but it can create so many different combinations of the original 151 pokémon that it never gets old—particularly when talented artists and illustrators try their hands at reinterpreting the fusions they get. Show More Summary
Badass Digest is churning the rumor mill again with unverifiable Star Wars announcements from an anonymous source, but if this one doesn't turn out to be true, I'll be sorely disappointed. As always, if you want Episode VII to be chock full of surprises, stop reading now. Here there be spoilers.
A Tumblr user named Lorenzo did what all good older siblings do and tried to help his little sister learn about video game characters. The result? She didn't exactly come away with encyclopedic knowledge of gaming's biggest mascots, but her answers on the names of the new Smash Bros. fighters are pretty accurate in their own way.
Season Book One of Avatar: The Last Airbender: Completed. Aang and Zuko aren't BFFs yet. When will this happen? I need it!
Sadly, these superhero colognes exist only in the mind and the concept art of web design company Animink. But can any of us really be said to exist? The cosmos is so unthinkably vast that all human experience is only a pinprick within its cavernous emptiness. Show More Summary
Here's our staff recommendations for the must-see panels at Comic-Con 2014.
Between its "President Snow's Panem Address" teasers and its "District Heroes" poster series, the Mockingjay - Part 1 marketing department is really kicking ass so far. The tradition continues with these "Capitol Citizen Living Portraits" of Peeta and Johanna, behind the cut because of autoplay music. Show More Summary
Science says alcohol makes you smell better! Thanks science! Oh, wait, sorry—alcohol improves your sense of smell, according to new research into the wondrous powers that humans gain from alcohol. It doesn't, in fact, make you smell better. It mostly just makes you smell like alcohol.
In delightful news, Toby Froud, the man who as an infant played Sarah's half-brother in Jim Henson's 1986 movie Labyrinth, is now a puppeteer and director. Froud, the son of Dark Crystal and Labyrinth designers Brian and Wendy Froud, recently premiered his live-action puppet short Lessons Learned.
There are just two more days until you (probably) get to watch people who aren't you go to San Diego Comic-Con! These new Guardians of the Galaxy and Agents of SHIELD / Agent Carter crossover posters (behind the cut) are two items to...Show More Summary
"Scully Likes Science" isn't your average supercut. Anyone could cut together a bunch of X-Files clips where Scully talks about science, but Ryan English put it to music and created something that I will put up against any other track as the song of the summer. At least, for science geeks.
In this week's Geekosystem Podcast, Carolyn infects the world with her Canadian u's, and we talk about whether or not a person can lift/check-out a hundred books from the library, as well as the intricacies of in-universe Speed Racer character analysis.
A Ninja Turtles movie wouldn't be complete without its own perfectly cheesy rap track about the green machine. Before you strain yourself with an appropriately large eye roll, go ahead and dig up the original movies' "Turtle Power" and...Show More Summary
In the unofficial "eww, what is that weird bug" Olympics, several factors come into play--pure exoticism and number of limbs are of course important variables, but as always, size matters. A recently discovered as-yet-unnamed aquatic...Show More Summary
The poisons of Game of Thrones get classy with these cabaret poster-inspired illustrations by Fernando Reza.
Welcome to Pull it Together, where the goal isn’t to tell you exactly what comics you should read, but to narrow the field by showing you titles you shouldn’t overlook. It isn’t about what’s on my pull list, it’s about what could be on yours!
As satisfying and heartbreaking as Toy Story 3 was for so many of us, we can't say no to spending just a little more time with our favorite characters— particularly those like Kristen Schaal's Trixie (above) whom we only got to meet for a little while. Good thing she's going to have a lot to do in the upcoming ABC Christmas Special, The Toy Story That Time Forgot!