Superman Lives was a movie conceived of by Tim Burton and Nic Cage that never actually made it into production. That doesn’t mean everyone isn’t a tad curious as to what it would have looked like, and there’s a documentary in the works to answer all your questions. The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? by Jon Schnepp will give a behind-the-scenes at the film that never was, including interviews with those involved and clips of Nic Cage as Superman.

We’ve already seen one trailer, but now they’ve released a second in hopes of getting financial backing to finish the documentary. You can make a donation at Fan Backed if you want to see the full story behind what would likely have been a crazy film.

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Ladies and gentlemen, we live in a world where you can purchase multiple life-size Boba Fett statues. You can go for a realistic-looking option or this statue based on the retro Kenner action figure. The 3 3/4 inch action figure was digitally scanned and scaled up to a whopping 6 feet tall. This life-sized toy is scheduled to ship in quarter three of 2015.

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You’re sure to seal the deal when you’ve got this Boeing 747 cowling conference table in your office. This impressive piece seats 12 people and even comes equipped with electrical outlets so you can plug in all your gadgets. If you’re thinking of springing for this for your office, be warned. You must inquire about the price so you know it’s going to be a big number.

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Spider-Woman #1 will be out this November. Written by Dennis Hopeless with art from Greg Land, the title is all about Jessica Drew and a threat to the Spider-Verse. Unfortunately, all of that is being overshadowed because of a variant cover by Milo Manara.

The cover is pictured above and has a couple of big issues. Like, “I can’t believe multiple people approved the cover” sort of issues. First of all, let’s talk about the butt. Is Spider-Woman wearing body paint? Because that’s the only explanation for her butt looking the way it does. For the record, it would be dumb if her costume was body paint.

Secondly, that pose. Manara has drawn erotic comics, but those poses should be left behind when it comes to portraying mainstream superheroes. I’m so disappointed in Marvel for not sending this one back to the drawing board.

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When Homer Simpson’s not busy tossing back a Duff Beer or several, he’s haunting a hotel in New York. MonsieurCaron has made the minifig the ghost that needs to be captured in his The LEGO Ghostbusters Movie. The stop-motion short is an amusing parody of the film and definitely worth taking three and a half minutes to check out. Be sure to keep your eyes open for fun ghost cameos.

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You haven’t played Halo until you’ve played the Nic Cage edition. This mod puts his face on everything. He is Master Chief. He is also a moon, a butt, and a pair of boobs. I am not making this up. You simply have to watch the video to appreciate what Nic Cage can do for Halo.

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In the MOC Madness competition, all the Star Wars things are going steampunk. The Steam Wars competition is broken into five rounds, and it began in July. The first challenge was for participants to choose a canon starfighter and reimagine it as a minifig scale steampunk fighter. Now they’re on round three, and it’s all about building a steampunk AT-AT.

The above picture features markus19840420′s submission. He only had seven days to build the Walker, and I’m impressed by the number of details he incorporated in such a short period of time. I’d totally buy something like this.

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The Attack on Titan theme music is pretty intense and you wouldn’t think it’d work with any other show, but you’d be wrong. This video has the music playing over some other familiar favorites and, for the most part, it works surprisingly well. The Walking Dead, Gravity Falls and even Orange is the New Black get a little dose of the Survey Corps, and while it doesn’t really fit in every case, the results are kinda hilarious.

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Artists who participate in Comic Book Resources’ “The Line it is Drawn” column answer some of life’s greatest questions. The challenge for a 2012 column was “What if ___ and ____ had a baby?” DeviantArt user Marco D’Alfonso decided to imagine Harley Quinn and Deadpool’s offspring, and despite the chaos that would ensue, I have to admit their little family is pretty adorable. I bet no one volunteers to babysit though.

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