Misc. Nerdiness


The Ninja Turtles take their names from famous Renaissance painters and now graffiti artist Owen Dippie has flipped the script. Duppie hails from New Zealand and created this tribute in Bushwick, Brooklyn by a set of train tracks.

See the Instagram posts after the break.

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Daniel Radcliffe may have been a brilliant wizard in Harry Potter, but he’s a lousy receptionist in real life. The actor spent an hour manning the desk at Nylon Magazine and he was hilariously terrible. He has no idea how to use the phone, doesn’t know which packages are for which couriers, and barely manages to find one poor woman the key to the restroom. There must be some sort of spell for that.

See the video after the break.

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dirty dancing dubsmash

Have you been following the epic dubsmash battle between the Agent Carter and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. casts over the last few days? They’ve been trying to outdo each other but Hayley Atwell is going to be hard to beat. Her dubsmash is super extra meta because her choice of music was (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life from Dirty Dancing.

Why is this so perfect?

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D star Clark Gregg is married to Jennifer Grey of Dirty Dancing fame. It’s absolutely brilliant.

See the video after the break.

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Ships in the sci-fi world travel at ridiculous speeds. They’re all fast, but which is the fastest of them all? Fat Wallet has made an infographic that lays it all out from Red Dwarf to TIE fighters and even real NASA vehicles.

See the full infographic after the break.

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From the mind of talented DC fangirl Brittney Williams, comes your favorite superheroes re-imagined as ancient samurai warriors. Wearing traditional clothing and armor, Superman, Wonder Woman, Robin, and Batman all look amazing just hanging out in the dojo. And wait until you see Alfred!

I need a group to cosplay this with me. Check out all the fantastic artwork after the break.

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Man at Arms is adding to their already impressive collection of replicas with the katana from Kill Bill. However, this build was made more difficult since it followed traditional Japanese methods. Pretty much everything was made from scratch and it’s super interesting to watch.

See it come together in the after the break.

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Poor Pluto


(via Reddit)


These samurai cat prints are the work of xiaobaosg and they are inspired by Japanese animation, history, mythology, and movies like Seven Samurai.

Also, cats.

See more examples after the break.

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Scott Park’s latest icon poster features 63 of the greatest women from the science fiction and fantasy genre. Female heroes may not always get the screen time they deserve, but this poster definitely highlights many of the most influential ladies of fandom. Scott says,

“From Avatar Korra, to Agent Carter, Princess Mononoke and Imperator Furiosa, I present 63 more badass ladies from film and tv lore.”

See Also: This Hall Of Heroes Print Features 80 Awesome Female Characters

Check out the full poster after the break.

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At a whopping $18,400+, the MusicMachine 3 just sounds like debt to me.

With an obvious passion for sci-fi, watchmakers MB&F created a TIE fighter-themed music box with an over the top level of craftsmanship. On either side there is an over-sized roller dotted with over 1,400 tiny pins that have each been assembled by hand into 1,400 tiny drill holes. The precision-tuned 72-tooth comb made from special steel alloy plays six distinct tunes including the themes from Star Wars, James Bond, Mission Impossible, The Godfather, Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, and The Persuaders.

To celebrate its tenth anniversary in 2015, MB&F only issued 99 of these limited edition music makers with the tagline “A creative adult is a child who survived.” And I hope that creative, surviving child of their target market is also a rich one.

Listen to the dainty music box sounds of the Star Wars theme after the break.

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