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Morissa Schwartz


It’s the biggest news to hit the Potterverse in a long time: an eighth Potter book is coming out …and it’s only a few months away!

The book contains the script for the play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, parts I and II, so if you couldn’t get the sold-out tickets, this is your chance to find out what happens to your favorite wizard nineteen years after Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

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Olena Mysnyk’s MyBOOKmark collection, puts the feet of our favorite characters in books. It’s like we’re crushing them with the pages. So cute!?

She makes versions inspired by several fan favorites, including Harry Potter, Star Wars and Game of Thrones.

See more examples below.

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Artist Michael Zajkov specializes in making dolls look creepy realistic. Just look at the life behind those eyes.


The dolls are made with polymer clay, hand-painted glass eyes, and French mohair for their hair, plus thirteen moveable joints. Perfecting a single head takes a few weeks. He dresses the dolls in vintage 1900s clothing, using antique French lace to perfect the look.

See more images (and a few videos) below.

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Roses are so yesterday. This Valentine’s Day, Piranha Plants are where the love is.

Show your sweetheart that you really care with this homemade present. You can make a single Piranha Plant or a whole bouquet of them. Tally’s Treasury shared a little DIY info you need to make these awesome creations.

The process isn’t as difficult as you might imagine. But if you lack the skills to make your own, keep an eye on the TallysBestiary Etsy store where these Piranha Plants show up from time to time. You can also inquire about a custom order.

See more photos below.

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The very cool people at Bright Bricks have created an epic life-life size LEGO BB-8. But that’s not all…

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diy companion cube

It’s a great day for gamers and DIYers everywhere, because the latest DIY Prop Shop video demonstrates how to construct your very own weighted companion cube from  the Portal video game series. And it won’t even put a dent in your wallet.

See how it’s done in the video below.

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Terry Garrett played The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time for five years, hellbent on beating it. While this would prove to be an admirable goal for anyone, it is especially so for Garrett who is blind and plays the game by sound alone.

We first discussed his quest back in 2011, and now that it’s done, he wanted to thank “all those who have stuck with me through this series even after it seemed like I was giving up.”

Check out the final battle in the video below.

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Just when we thought we were giving up snail mail for good, the US Postal Service announces these awesome stamps to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the premiere of Star Trek on television.

These vintage-style stamps were designed by Antonio Alcala. There are four designs: a crewman in a transporter, the Starship Enterprise flying through the outline of a Starfleet insignia, a closeup of the Enterprise, and the Enterprise seen through the outline of a Vulcan salute.

Expect them to debut sometime later this year.

(via EW)


As someone who is well traveled on the Internet, you probably noticed that finding pandas is hot right now. Just when you thought the nightmare was over, here comes Find the Panda: Star Wars Edition thanks to Bored Panda reader ste1.

So can you spot the panda in the crowd of Stormtroopers? Challenge accepted. And when you’ve succeeded, you may finally be ready for this.


Have you ever noticed the common theme in Matt Damon’s movies? No, not Boston or Ben Affleck. I’m talking about the fact that he constantly needs to be extracted from dangerous situations. Amusingly, Kynan Eng calculated how much it would have cost to actually save his characters in response to a question posed on Quora.

The figures are incredibly high:

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