Grumpy Cat and Game Of Thrones were both at SXSW this week and we’ve finally learned who was meant to rule Westeros.
Luckily for us, there are pictures of this event and we ended up with some pretty awesome shots of Grumpy Cat meeting the Funko POP! versions of Dany, her dragons, and Ned Stark.
Check out the meme-a-riffic photos after the break.
Roller derby is an insanely fun sport to watch. The players have neat outfits, cool names, and they skate and bash each other around – what’s not to love? Add superheroes and it goes to a whole other level. Artist Kevin Bolk has pitted the ladies of Marvel against the ladies of DC Comics in these adorable illustrations. The costumes are already perfect for the sport; he just had to add a helmet, padding, and skates. I’d pay all the money to watch She-Hulk body check her opponent.
See more from the series after the break.
These evil villains looks so cute you kinda just want to pinch their little cheeks. Artist Mr. Florey has taken the scariest of villains like Magneto, Voldemort and even an Alien and turned them into something lovable and huggable. How can you not love these guys?
See more pictures after the break…
This totally adorable Army of Darkness Ash Pop! Vinyl Figure is coming soon to our Nerd Approved Shop!
Want to pick him up and own him, complete with his chainsaw hand and a shotgun?
Click the link below and “Hail to the king, Baby.” Pre-orders are available now for a September release.
Product Page ($9.99)
In the video after the break, a very nervous cat jumps whenever the sound effect is played in the original Super Mario Bros. It’s as hilarious as you might expect.
Speaking of nerdy cats, the image above is of a beautiful Portal-eyed kitty named Bristol. Some a*shole spray painted her, but she is currently available for adoption at the Wake County Animal Center. So, if you live in the Raleigh, North Carolina area, you can finally show this cat some kindness—and make some awesome Portal cat videos in the process.
Snow days are terribly exciting when you’re a kid, and I love to think that somewhere a bunch of neighborhood kids hang out and pretend to be characters in The Princess Bride. Heck, I just like to imagine that they know the movie. This adorable art is by Patrick Ballesteros, the same genius behind the cutest Firefly art ever. The little Inigo Montoya spray painting the sail might be my favorite part.
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