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This fan tribute imagines a spin-off of Star Trek: The Next Generation revolving solely around William T. Riker. It’s the strange and very funny work of Jan van den Hemel and editor Andrew Hussie who have made lots of fun TNG edits. This clip has the crew witnessing the birth of Riker’s child from a very unexpected mate. Deanna Troi does not look happy.

See Also: Riker Doesn’t Know How To Sit In A Chair

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Mario Kart gets a whole lot grittier with this Mad Max: Fury Road mashup. It’s so well done that you’ll have to watch it a couple of times to catch all the Mario modifications. Notice Max’s clothes are color corrected to make him more red and blue like Mario, and there’s a wrinkled hat in the foreground when Max rises out of the sand. There are even Donkey Kong logos on the drums!

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Ryan Reynolds spent some time recently putting smiles on the faces of some very special kids while filming for Deadpool. He met with Tony Acevedo, a little boy fighting Hodgkin’s Disease, and 15-year-old Calista King who is a huge Deadpool fan. He sent King home with Deadpool’s sword and let little Tony don Deadpool’s mask and gloves.

Tony’s visit was through Make A Wish Foundation. According to The Hollywood Reporter, he wanted to meet with Deadpool because, “Deadpool never dies and everything he touches has magical powers.”

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The Avengers are superheroes out to save the universe from aliens and such, until they get the bad lip reading treatment. Now they’re just a bunch of rednecks talking about beef jerky and donuts.

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Industrial Light and Magic has been bringing wondrous effects to movies for 40 years. They’ve contributed to over 300 movies that have earned them 15 Academy Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Visual Effects and 28 Scientific and Technical Achievement from the Academy. To celebrate, they’ve put together a short video with some of their most memorable movie moments.

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Mezco’s 6.5” tall Dark Knight Returns Batman figure is getting an upgrade for this year’s SDCC. They’re recreating the fight scene between Batman and the Mutant Leader with a new boxed set. The Mutant Leader gets several hands and fists to hold a crowbar and an accessory of Batman’s Knock Out foam that slips over his face.

Batman comes battled damaged with bloodied gauntlets, a tattered batsuit and a beaten up face. There’s also a junkard base for you to pose the characters and set the scene. The boxed set will be available at SDCC with online preorders starting today in limited quantities.

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The Joker design above comes from Greg Capullo’s amazing work on Death of the Family. Special effects master Rick Baker has put his own spin on the character and the results are amazing. This is the Joker look we’d all like to see on screen but, sadly, it doesn’t seem like we’re going to get that with Leto.

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As we noted in our review, Jupiter Ascending was one crazy mess of a film, which makes it perfect for the Honest Trailers treatment. They cover it all in just over five minutes, which is amazing considering how much confusing, mixed up storyline there was to make fun of.

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Summer is here so it’s time to spruce up the yard. Add a little Whovian touch with these DIY Doctor Who stepping stones. Each stone has Gallifreyan writing in a design that comes from Our Nerd Home. They’re the perfect way to signal to the Doctor that your yard is a great place to park the TARDIS.

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The upcoming Lego Dimensions game promises to turn our favorites from Portal 2, Doctor Who, Back to the Future and more into adorable playable characters. The latest live-action trailer for the game has Christopher Lloyd, also known as Doc Brown, reprising his role and investigating a mysterious box.

It holds a Lego set that, when put together, sucks Doc Brown right into the game. We also get to see a few other characters that will be in the game like Harley Quinn, Joker, and Superman. This game is set for release on September 27th and it just can’t get here fast enough.

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