1. 07:16 29th Mar 2014

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    Reblogged from totalfilm

    totalfilm:

 50 Greatest Marvel Easter Eggs
     
  2. 07:07

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    archiemcphee:

    This awesome mechanized Xenomorph costume was created by professional cosplayer Peter Kokis using an impressive variety of everyday objects such as knife sharpeners, toilet plungers, drain mats, and conduit tubing. He spent 16 months simply gathering all of the parts he needed and then about 400 hours assembling the suit. The fearsome costume weighs 120 pounds and has been dubbed the “Brooklyn Alien.”

    Click here for additional photos (warning: music autoplay)

    [via Fashionably Geek and Technabob]

    Since the Geyser of Awesome team is at Emerald City Comicon today, we thought it was appropriate to make it Notably Nerdy Day!

     
  3. 07:06

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    peterpayne:

50 anime films you should see before you die. Any important ones not on the list?
(source: http://moe.vg/O4LIvO)

    peterpayne:

    50 anime films you should see before you die. Any important ones not on the list?

    (source: http://moe.vg/O4LIvO)

     
  4. Stephane Berla co director of Jack and the Cuckoo Clock Heart at a Q&A following a screening of his film on 3/22/14 at the SVA theater in New York

     
  5. T-shit toss from several screenings at the NYICFF

     
  6. 15:30

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    peterpayne:

A lot depends on your point of view.

    peterpayne:

    A lot depends on your point of view.

     
  7. NYC Premiere of ERNEST AND CELESTINE in it’s English dub form at the New York International Children’s Film Festival 3/14/14. Festival founder Eric Beckman introduces the film and chats with director Benjamin Renner in a post film Q&A. Renner then went outside to talk with fans, sign autographs and draw for anyone who asked.

     
  8. 21:57 26th Feb 2014

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    theairtightgarage:

    The offices of Metal Hurlant: photos from the early 80s

    1. Writer/director Alejandro Jodorowskwy, journalist Philippe Manœuvre, writer and Hurlant co-founder Jean-Pierre Dionnet, and writer/editor/game designer Pierre Rosenthal

    2. 3. Two great shots of Jean-Pierre Dionnet, looking like Crumb’s identical twin.

    4. Hurlant co-founder and cartoonist, Philippe Druillet, best known for his Lone Sloane series.

    5. Hugo Pratt, legendary cartoonist and creator of Corto Maltese

    6. Paul Gillon, cartoonist and illustrator of the Lost in Time series, written by Jean-Claude Forest

    7. Yves Chaland, creator of the popular Freddy Lombard series, prolific cartoonist, and colorist(notably coloring the initial chapters of Moebius & Jodorowsky’s The Incal)

    8. Chaland’s work-in-progress artwork

    9. Olivia Clavel, cartoonist and co-founder of the Bazooka Groupe

    10. Pascal Guichard and(I think?) Isabelle Morin, editing an issue.

    Hey, I’ll take credit for reblogging this but I don’t remember when I did. But it does seem like something I’d do, clearly.

    But I do know I would wear the hell out of Olivia Clavel’s outfit.

     
  9. 21:48

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    Reblogged from totalfilm

    totalfilm:

50 Greatest Films That Pass The Bechdel Test
     
  10. 21:44

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    Reblogged from archiemcphee

    archiemcphee:

    "Well, of course I’m being childish! There’s no point being grown-up if you can’t be childish sometimes."

    Sandbach, Cheshire, UK-based Playmobil member Emma J made is awesome custom set of steampunk Doctor Who toys featuring a TARDIS, a Dalek, and the 4th Doctor. Tom Baker looks great in tiny plastic form. We hope that beautiful TARDIS is full of Jelly Babies.

    Playmobil + Doctor Who = Awesome

    Click here to view more of Emma J’s custom Playmobil creations.

    [via Nerd Approved]