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Published: Sat, 22 Jul 2017 05:42:48 -0700

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What Would Happen If Fictional Villains Actually Won

Sat, 22 Jul 2017 04:03:07 -0700


Storytellers love to stress that any evil being who threatens the heroes must be eliminated for the good of us all, but since the stories end with goodness prevailing we never get to see what life under an evil thumb would look like.

It's said to be horrible, with lots of enslavement, torture and skin flaying, but the baddies who simply work you to death don't really seem so bad after all, since it's easy to both skip out on work and fake your own death.


Bowser can't even keep track of the stuff that goes on in his own castle so life under his rule would be pretty much the same, only with more turtles and spikes.

And, as this JHALL comic shows, Loki would realize he made a horrible mistake ten minutes after he subjugated humanity- because humans are awful!


See What Would Happen If Fictional Villains Actually Won here

Dali's Mustache is Still Intact

Sat, 22 Jul 2017 02:03:07 -0700


Surrealist painter Salvador Dali died in 1989 and was buried under the Dali Theatre-Museum in Figueres, Catalonia, Spain. For the past ten years, Maria Pilar Abel has been fighting to be recognized as Dali's daughter. She claims she is the product of a liaison between Dali and her mother in 1955, which would make her Dali's only child. To research the claim, Dali's crypt was opened Thursday after the museum closed in order to extract tissue for a DNA test.     

Narcís Bardalet, the embalmer who tended Dalí’s body after his death in 1989 and helped with the exhumation on Thursday night, said he had been delighted to see the surrealist’s best-known feature once again.

“His moustache is still intact, [like clock hands at] 10 past 10, just as he liked it. It’s a miracle,” he told the Catalan radio station RAC1.

Otherwise, Dali's body had hardened so much that an electric saw was needed to take samples. After the DNA test, the samples will be returned to the crypt. The results of the DNA test will take about a month. Read more on the story at The Guardian. -via Metafilter

Celebrities Drawn In the Negative

Sat, 22 Jul 2017 00:03:07 -0700


Liam York (misteryorkie) is a self-taught artist who draws portraits of celebrities in inverted light. They are almost recognizable, but when photographed, and then rendered in a negative, they become true to form!


See more of York's art at DeviantART. You can buy prints of his work here. -via Laughing Squid

The Walking Dead Season 8 Official Comic-Con Trailer

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 22:03:07 -0700


The first trailer for season eight of The Walking Dead, which premieres on October 22, was unveiled at San Diego Comic Con on Friday. This video contains NSFW language, despite the fact that it's from a TV show.

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There's a lot of action, explosions, shooting, and an inspirational speech or two, but not nearly enough zombies. But then, it's only a few minutes of clips that try not to give too much away.  Every frame will be examined and speculated on in the next few days. -via Geeks Are Sexy

The Passage of Time

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 20:03:07 -0700


This is a really clever illustration of how we build a life and build a legacy. It also shows how what we do affects other people in ways we cannot always predict. If that legacy was a bit more solid, it would be easier for the next generation to build upon it instead of starting all over. This is the latest from John McNamee at Pie Comic.

Why a Total Solar Eclipse is Such a Big Deal

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 18:03:07 -0700


The total solar eclipse that will cross the U.S. on August 21st is a big deal. "Eclipse" is not so rare, but "solar" is, and "total" even more so. It doesn't happen often, and the view is expected to be spectacular. Get a preview in this video from Vox.

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Sadly, my plan to drive two hours or so to see the eclipse has been canceled. August 21st is move-in day at my youngest kid's new college. But we will see a partial solar eclipse, which will cover all of the lower 48. And if you live too far away to get to the path of totality, you'll still see plenty of reports on the internet. -via Kottke

A Photographic History Of The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 16:03:06 -0700


The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus we once knew and loved officially packed up its tent for the last time on May 21st, after 146 years of putting on the Greatest Show On Earth.

Low ticket sales, restrictions on animal acts and the increased cost of operation caused Ringling Bros. to derail, and now we're left with nothing but the memories of what went on under the Big Top for over a century.


Don't get me wrong, it's a good thing we now have stricter laws regarding animal acts, but I'm always sad to see a part of our history fade away and can't help but feel bad for kids who won't get to see the circus come to town.


BuzzFeed put together a high-flying assortment of photos that span the one and a half centuries of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey history, so we can look back on what made the circus so great even after it's gone for good.


See This Is What Over 100 Years Of Circus History Look Like here

Our New Favorite Alien from Star Wars

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 14:03:06 -0700


The eighth episode of the Star Wars saga, The Last Jedi, will hit theaters in December. One of the characters, seen in the behind-the-scenes video released last week, has already drawn considerable notice around the internet because he's so cute. He's a porg on the planet Ahch-To that Luke Skywalker lives on. Pablo Hidalgo from the Lucasfilm Story Group explains what a porg is.

Porgs are native to Ahch-To, and can be found dwelling along the cliffs of the island where Luke and Rey are. In many ways, they’re the Star Wars version of puffins. They build nests. They can fly. Their babies are called porglets.

We don't know much about the role porgs will play in The Last Jedi, but it's fun to speculate that Luke talked to them in his solitude, like Tom Hanks talked to Wilson the volleyball in Castaway. One thing you can be sure of is that porgs will be a part of Star Wars toy merchandising this Christmas. -via Uproxx

Seat Belts And Plane Crashes

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 12:03:05 -0700


When I hear a pilot tell us to return to our seats and put on our seat belts I imagine a major turbulence is headed our way and they want us to strap in so we don't go flying around the cabin.

This isn't necessarily what the pilot is thinking, usually they just use that buckled strap of fabric as a crowd control device, keeping us seated and the aisles clear in case the s#%t hits the turbine.

Because as we all know, and this Extra Fabulous Comics comic shows, that strap attached to our seats isn't going to do a damn bit of good if the plane crashes- but it'll make the clean up crew's job easier!

-Via Geeks Are Sexy

Bobbies On The Beat - A Different Kind Of Cop Rock

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 11:03:07 -0700

Bobbies on the Beat by stíobhart matuleviczThey say there's a frustrated drummer lurking inside every Bobbie on the beat, and that's why they enjoy taking their baton to people's skulls- they're just trying to hammer out a rhythm they've got floating around in their mind. And if you think about it drummers and coppers have a lot in common- they both like beating on skins, they both get really sweaty and make funny faces while "performing", and they both have a beat they have to stick to or else they'll get fired.Add some irreverent humor to your wardrobe with this Bobbies on the Beat t-shirt by Stiobhart Matulevicz, featuring a fun design a select few with your same sense of humor will find hilarious!Visit stíobhart matulevicz's official website and Twitter, then head on over to his NeatoShop for more delightful designs: Pope Francis - Singing Celtic Art - Interlaced Dog Pattern Dad's Army Inspired Brexit Celtic Art - Dog Triskele View more designs by stíobhart matulevicz | More Funny T-shirts | New T-ShirtsAre you a professional illustrator or T-shirt designer? Let's chat! Sell your designs on the NeatoShop and get featured in front of tons of potential new fans on Neatorama![...]

Our Favorite Stay at Home Dads in Movies

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 11:03:06 -0700


When the concept of a stay-at-home dad was rare (and considered odd), the character was played in the movies as comedy. It still is occasionally, but as it becomes more common for fathers to take care of their children while mothers earn a living, the idea spread to other genres. An overview of stay-at-home dad characters in movies spans several types of movie, whether the father is a housekeeper, remote worker, retired, or just unemployed. See clips from five of those very different films featuring stay-at-home dads at TVOM.

Fixing Mistakes Most Beginner Cooks Make

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 10:03:06 -0700


Cooking is easy once you get the hang of it, but getting the hang of it usually means means burning a few entrees, making dishes that taste awful the first time around and/or serving undercooked meat and getting a gut ache.

But thanks to the smorgasbord of information available online newbie cooks can hit the kitchen with a better understanding of what and what not to do and avoid the common mistakes beginner cooks make.


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This Brothers Green Eats video is a great primer on the art of cooking, but if you ain't got time to watch a video here's a list of their cooking fixes:


-Via Boing Boing

Swedish Train to be Named Trainy McTrainface

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 09:03:05 -0700


They knew what they were getting into when they posted an online poll to name a train. And the Swedish rail line MTR Express is ready to go with it. And it's proper to give props to online poll contributors after the British government backed out of naming a research ship Boaty McBoatface.

"(This is) news that will be received with joy by many, not just in Sweden," MTR wrote in a statement.

The train will run between the Swedish capital Stockholm and Gothenburg, the country's second-biggest city.

Trainy McTrainface won 49 percent of the vote, coming in ahead of Hakan, Miriam and Poseidon. -via reddit

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Johnny Depp Drops Out And Breaks Stuff

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 08:03:05 -0700


Johnny Depp is one of Hollywood's most recognizable actors, and one of the most popular by far, but back before he had achieved superstar status he was a guitar obsessed teen who couldn't tune in to school- so he dropped out.

He discussed his school days and a certain hotel room incident with Carl Fussman back in 2009, then Quoted Studios cartoonified the interview for their Blank on Blank series. (NSFW language)


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How a Group of ’70s Radicals Tried (and Failed) to Invade Disneyland

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 07:03:05 -0700


In 1970, protests against the Vietnam War were at their height. Antiwar demonstrators had learned that publicity mattered more than sheer numbers, and elaborate stunts were likely to be covered in newspapers and on TV. The Yippies (Youth International Party) in particular were good at coming up with ridiculously disruptive stunts that often overwhelmed the message they were trying to send, and only confused those outside the counterculture. And that included the plan to take over Disneyland on August 6.

In the lead-up to the so-called “International Pow Wow Day,” organizers mounted an impressive publicity campaign. The Yippies distributed stacks of flyers and got several different iterations printed in underground newspapers. One such flyer, which appeared in the The Berkeley Tribe in late July, featured Mickey Mouse waving a top hat and a machine gun. But the most oft-quoted flyer listed a schedule of outlandish “events” for participating Yippies. As Koenig recounts, it included a “Black Panther Hot Breakfast” at 9 a.m. at Aunt Jemima’s Pancake House, a women’s liberation “rally to liberate Minnie Mouse in front of Fantasyland” at noon, a “mid-day feast” barbecue of Porky Pig, and a late afternoon infiltration of Tom Sawyer Island. “Declaring a free state, brothers and sisters will then have a smoke-in and festival,” the flyer read. “Get it over on Disneyland, August 6. YIPPIE!”

Disneyland was ready. Park security was beefed up and extra managers called to duty. Local police departments sent hundreds of officers to stand ready outside the park. But the actual event was far from what was planned, on either side. Read about the Disneyland invasion of 1970 at Atlas Obscura.

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A Dark Starcraft Fan Film By Freddie Wong

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 06:03:05 -0700


The Starcraft series presents intergalactic conflict to gamers in a fresh new way, and even though it hasn't inspired as many fan creations as other Blizzard franchises it has inspired a few pretty great fan films.

But none of those Starcraft fan films are as dark as Freddie Wong's The Rush, which gives us a ground view of what it feels like to be caught in the middle of a zerg rush. It made me feel bad for all the innocent digital people in video game land who lose their little virtual lives every time we play.


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-Via GeekTyrant

The Frozen Mistake That Made a Fortune

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 05:03:05 -0700


Frozen dessert on a stick is a wonderful way to beat the heat, even if it drips sticky sugar all over you. But where did Popsicles come from?

The popular origin story for this frozen treat goes as follows: In 1905 in San Francisco, 11-year-old Frank Epperson accidentally left a wooden stirrer in a glass of soda powder and water on his porch one freezing night. The next morning, Epperson woke up to discover he had invented the Popsicle — something he initially named the Epsicle, a combination of his own name and “icicle.” Incredibly, it wasn’t until 1923 that it dawned on him that this could be a money-spinner, and he changed the name to Popsicle, reflecting that it was essentially frozen soda pop (early adverts billed it “a drink on a stick”). Fortunately, no one had a similar brain wave in the almost 20 years Epperson sat on it. But, despite patenting the Popsicle in 1924, he couldn’t quite break even and sold his idea to the Joe Lowe Corporation — which went on to make a fortune from the frozen treat.

Critics found problems with the origin story, both in the details and in the fact that frozen treats on a stick had been around for decades. But no matter, Epperson coined the word "Popsicle," and to this day it's a trademark worth suing over. There are other milestones in the history of the Popsicle, which you can read at Ozy.

We All Have Hobbies -And This Swan's is Gardening

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 04:03:04 -0700


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Black swans get a bad name, but there is dark side to their beauty. In fact, they can have great personalities and even fascinating hobbies, like this swan who likes to garden in his free time. It seems this isn't even such a rare hobby for black swans, but I can't tell you if they all keep such a well-groomed garden

Via Pets Lady

10 Ridiculous Feats of Literature

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 02:00:00 -0700

(image) Instead of judging works of literature based on their artistic merit, we’ve decided to rank them by degree of difficulty. These 10 authors may not be Shakespeare, but they sure had vaulting ambitions.

1. The Story That Will Never Be an e-Book
Gadsby by Ernest Vincent Wright

Some might call Gadsby a “love” story. But Ernest Vincent Wright wouldn’t have used that word. Instead, he described his novel as a story of “strong liking” and “throbbing palpitation.” That’s because in 1939, Wright gave himself one restriction: He promised to write Gadsby without using the letter E.

Wright wanted to prove that a great author could work around such a restriction and still tell a gripping story. To prevent any stray Es from entering the text, he tied down his typewriter’s E key, and then put his expansive vocabulary to the test. The result is an astounding feat of verbal gymnastics. While vividly describing a wedding scene, Wright manages to avoid the words “bride,” “ceremony,” and even “wedding” (he calls it “a grand church ritual”). To explain away the verbosity of the language, he uses a narrator whose poor command of English and circumlocution even irritates the story’s other characters.

When the book was announced, one skeptic attacked Wright in a letter, claiming that the feat was impossible. “All right,” replied Wright in the book’s intro, “the impossible has been accomplished.” Sadly, Wright didn’t live long enough to revel in Gadsby’s critical acclaim. He died the year the book was published.

2. The Tale Told in the Blink of an Eye
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly by Jean-Dominique Bauby

Many authors have struggled through illness and injury to write their masterpieces, but none more so than Jean-Dominique Bauby, editor-in-chief of French fashion magazine Elle.

In 1995, at the age of 43, Bauby suffered a major stroke and slipped into a coma. He regained consciousness two days later, but his entire body—with the exception of his left eyelid—was paralyzed.

Singing Samoyeds

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 00:03:04 -0700


What we have here are four Samoyeds, harmonizing like a barbershop quartet. Well, three of them anyway. In every quartet, there's one guy who wants to only take the solos. In this case, that's Biscotti.

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Dog trainer Lisa Marino caught her dogs singing and had to share it with us. -via Tastefully Offensive

R For Vendetta - Rick Is Full Of It

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 22:03:05 -0700

R for Vendetta by PixeptionalThey never did find out who was behind all those acts of vendetta by a man named V, a man who hid behind a Guy Fawkes mask and remained a mystery by design. So maybe it was a cartoon grandpa who's a mad scientist/alcoholic/multiverse messer upper after all, that totally makes sense...NOT! Don't try to weasel into this one Rick, you're not gonna claim credit for V's actions broh.Remember to wear this R for Vendetta t-shirt by Pixeptional from now 'til November, then repeat again come spring, k broh?!Visit Pixeptional's official website and Instagram, then head on over to his NeatoShop for more shady designs: Rush B! Rush B! A CSGO Mashup I Gotta Defuse MeeseekBuu View more designs by Pixeptional | More Cartoon T-Shirts | New T-ShirtsAre you a professional illustrator or T-shirt designer? Let's chat! Sell your designs on the NeatoShop and get featured in front of tons of potential new fans on Neatorama![...]

Outer Space View

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 22:03:04 -0700


You can now explore the International Space Station in Google Maps, on a Street View level. ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet spent six months aboard the ISS and took pictures and video during his stay. He tells us about the experience

Because of the particular constraints of living and working in space, it wasn't possible to collect Street View using Google's usual methods. Instead, the Street View team worked with NASA at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas and Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama to design a gravity-free method of collecting the imagery using DSLR cameras and equipment already on the ISS. Then I collected still photos in space, that were sent down to Earth where they were stitched together to create panoramic 360 degree imagery of the ISS.

Look around the ISS starting here. Keep in mind that this is a working laboratory and residence with months of supplies, so it doesn't look anything like the starship Enterprise or anything you've seen in the movies. And there's no up or down, so you may need to rotate the image in unexpected ways. There's also a video that explains more about the project.  -via Metafilter

Hippies, Guns, and LSD: The San Francisco Rock Band That Was Too Wild For the Sixties

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 20:03:04 -0700


Do you remember the band The Charlatans? Probably not. They burst onto the scene in San Francisco in 1965, burned brightly, and flamed out by 1968. They were ahead of the curve, and paved the way for the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, and other bands that drew hippies from across the country to San Francisco for the Summer of Love. The Charlatans dressed in vintage Western clothing, took drugs by the handful, and played a mix of rock, blues, Western swing, and jazz.   

Of the San Francisco groups not invited to Monterey Pop, the Charlatans were the most glaring omission. They could have attended anyway, probably getting back stage to rub elbows with Ravi Shankar, Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones, and Otis Redding. Instead, the band found itself playing yet another crappy gig—and getting arrested for its trouble.

“George had booked us to do a high school dance in San Jose,” Wilhelm says. “It was somewhere down the Peninsula at a bowling alley,” Olsen recalls. The gig was such a yawn that the band’s piano player, Mike Ferguson, decided he had better things to do. “Mike had a jacket that I decided to wear that night.” Olsen continues. “He always carried 10 or 12 joints in its outside breast pocket.” What could possibly go wrong?

“So we’re out in the parking lot, taking a break between sets,” Wilhelm says, “smoking a joint in George’s Volkswagen van.” “The whole van is full of smoke,” Olsen says, “and these security guys come out and knock on the door.” The van door opens, smoke pours out, words are exchanged, and the security guy goes off to find a police officer. “Meanwhile,” Wilhelm continues, “we’ve eaten all of the joints we had, kind of rolled them up in little balls in our mouths, soaked them with spit, and swallowed them, so that when the cops finally arrive there won’t be any evidence. But when the cops show up, they say, ‘You guys are all under arrest.’ I say, ‘Well, you don’t have any evidence.’ And they say, ‘Oh, we’ll find some.’ That was good and ominous.”

Upon being booked into a San Jose jail, the band members were forced to take off all their clothes, which the police vacuumed for evidence. Now, anyone who has rolled a joint knows that they are not exactly hermetically sealed containers, which means there was probably about a joint’s worth of marijuana wedged into the seams of Ferguson’s jacket. “They found enough pot in the breast pocket alone to charge us all with felonies,” Olsen says. Wilhelm remembers one line of their spirited, if futile, defense: “We’re all, ‘Hey, man, we buy our clothes in thrift stores. Who knows what’s in them?’” Needless to say, that argument did not fly.

Read about the ups and downs of the Charlatans, and the lasting mark they left on pop music, at Collectors Weekly.

People Share The Funniest Gifts Kids Have Ever Given Them

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 18:03:03 -0700


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It's sweet that kids care enough to buy, or even better make, a present for their parents, and many elementary schools encourage their students to create crafts and holiday cards for their folks so they're from the heart.


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And sometimes when the kid presents you with their handmade gift you want to bust a gut laughing at the adorable ridiculousness they've just handed you, but you know the kid might be hurt by your laughter.

So you keep a straight face, saying "wow" and "cool" a lot to emphasize how great you think their gift is, secretly knowing you're going to have a good laugh about that wonky gift later on.


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But these hilarious kid gifts really are the best because they'll always make you smile, and the fact that the kid cared enough to give you something to crack up about for the rest of your life is priceless!


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See more from Share The Funniest Gifts You Got From Kids here

Plane Merges Into Highway Traffic

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 16:03:03 -0700


Thomas Lupski was riding down Sunrise Highway in Suffolk County, New York, Wednesday when a plane landed right there on the road, among regular traffic! This video contains NSFW language.

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The plane was immediately pulled over by the police. CBS has the story, and a video from the plane.

The pilot told WCBS 880’s Sophia Hall that he managed to land the plane between the cars in front and behind him and even went under an overpass.

Neither he nor the plane suffered a scratch.

-via Digg

Cereal Disappointment

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 14:03:03 -0700


Cereal promotions used to be really good, but like the toys they include in the boxes these days their promo items have really gone downhill.

It used to be that cereal fans could collect a bunch of UPC codes, send them in with a check and a great t-shirt or plush toy would appear 4-6 weeks later, but nowadays the great toys and tees are few and far between.

And, as this Ostrich Zero comic shows, any Star Wars blind promotion you see is bound to bring you nothing but a bowl full of disappointment. "Meesa gonna ruin your day!"

-Via Geeks Are Sexy

We Are Awful at Detecting Manipulated Photos

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 12:03:03 -0700


"Photoshopped. I can tell by the pixels and having seen quite a few 'shops." We like to think we are pretty good at spotting hoax, a joke, fake news, or an altered image. Those images are the ones that are likely to trip up even the most discerning reader. A study published in the journal Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications says that people only manage to detect an altered image 60% of the time, and even when they know an image has been altered, they can only find the alteration 45% of the time.

The study authors aren't entirely sure why humans seem to be so shoddy at sussing out fact from fiction. In the paper, they speculate that perhaps we have the visual shortcuts that make our brains so speedy to blame: most of us understand how a shadow should fall, for example, but our brains aren't designed to latch onto the position of a shadow when we look at an image. We gloss over a lot of what we see so that our brains can more quickly process the information that seems most important. In the conclusion of the paper, the study authors don't sound entirely optimistic about the prospect of training individuals to be more discerning, but they point out that making a more manual effort of taking the image in might help.

So it might help to approach any image, especially on the internet, with the mindset that it might be fake. Sometimes that's important, but sometimes it just takes away the enjoyment of a picture that's only supposed to be funny. Read more about the research at Popular Science. You can also take a test of your altered image detecting abilities here. -via Daily of the Day

Animated Short About A Zombie And The Dog Who Loves Him

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 11:03:03 -0700


It's hard to say goodbye to dead friends and relatives, hard to let them go after they've passed on, but pets find it impossible to let go of the love they feel for their dead owners- especially if their owner is still shambling around.

The little dog in this adorable short by animator Changsik Lee refuses to give up on his now zombified owner, and his unconditional love is horrifyingly heartwarming...and a little sick.


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The Justice League Batmobile

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 10:03:02 -0700


Preview night at San Diego Comic Con brings us a glimpse of the new Batmobile that will be featured in the movie Justice League. It looks like something Weta Workshop would come up with for a Mad Max movie. It's an upgrade from the vehicle seen in Batman v Superman. The full size vehicle is on display at Comic Con at the Mattel area, where, no doubt, the toy version will be sold. That's not all we get to see from the SDCC preview: Check out a gallery of DC movie costumes from Comic Con at Mashable.

(Image credit: Angie Han)


Make Your Life Feel A Bit More Heroic With A NeatoShop T-Shirt

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 09:03:03 -0700


Amazon Girl by Vincent Trinidad

It's a great year to be a fan of comic books and the superfolks who populate their pages, and with all the great movies and TV shows coming out the superheroic fun has only just begun.

If you're looking for some cool tees with your favorite comic book characters on 'em you'll love the NeatoShop, because we have hundreds of designs to choose from, all of which are fit for a hero!

Our love of superheroes will never die


DeadSkull by StudioM6

Because these classic characters are a part of our lives


Triple Spider Portrait by Aaron Morales

And when they return after a long time away it's like an old friend has come home again


SPOON! by Daniel Sotomayor

And we welcome them back with open arms


Batkiss by Demonigote