These gorgeous limited-edition woodblock prints are part of a crowd-funding project on The designs come from artist Masami Ishikawa with master engravers and printers doing the work to create them entirely by hand. They’re even officially licensed Lucasfilm products.

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Moviegoers looking for something new have two options this weekend: Magic Mike XXL and Terminator: Genisys. As nerds, we’re more likely to opt for the robot- and time travel-filled latter film, but I’m here to tell you: Channing Tatum Shakes His Butt for Two Hours is the better option. Or at least the more memorable one. Terminator: Genisys is one big bucket of blehhhhhhh.

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The latest SDCC product reveals include another round of Batman v Superman merchandise debuted by USA Today. We’ve already seen a Lego Batmobile and Funko Pop! figures, and now there are more realistic figures from Mattel for Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman along with two vehicles.

The releases include a $30 two-pack with 6″ tall figures of Batman and Superman and a 12″ tall Barbie Wonder Woman. Hot Wheels will have a $25 Batmobile and a special Hot Wheels car celebrating the movie will also be available. If you go to SDCC, they’ll even have a life-size version of the car on display.

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Whatever your feelings might be about the Joker’s tattoos or Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn costume, you have to admit that the new look Suicide Squad is intriguing. They are also verrrry different from the originals.

How different? Check out the slider graphic after the break to compare the very first appearances of each character to the versions we’ll see in the upcoming film.

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This episode of the Mashable series, The Watercooler, features author Chuck Palahniuk trying to introduce his book, Fight Club, to a whole new generation. Unfortunately, Fight Club for Kids maaaaaaayyyyy get a little carried away with the violence now and then. Palahniuk can’t help himself.

See Also: These New Fight Club Action Figures Are Chuck Palahniuk Approved

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Imagine what would happen if Star Wars ships crashed on Earth. Artist Nicolas Amiard has imagined exactly that in this series of photographs. He put an Imperial Star Destroyer in Paris, the Millennium Falcon in the Hudson River, and an X-Wing in Venice. He told The Creator’s Project:

“Star Wars is an imaginary universe and bringing elements from this universe in our real world seemed to be a very interesting contrast to work on.”

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The first live-action Attack on Titan film is set to hit Japanese theaters on August 1st and there’s a new trailer to get everyone excited. It features plenty of destruction and 3D maneuver gear mayhem.

See Also: Previous AOT Trailer With English Subtitles

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Jurassic World smashed records on its opening weekend, so it’s time to let the parodies roll in for our amusement. This one replaces the dinosaurs with adorable dachshunds who are hellbent on nibbling you to death.

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When Chew makes its move from comics to animated film, David Tennant will be voicing the character of Mason Savoy, a mentor to the lead character. The role was intended for Robin Williams before his tragic passing last year.

For the uninitiated, the official synopsis for the 2009 comic book series notes:

Tony Chu is a cop with a secret. A weird secret. Tony Chu is Cibopathic, which means he gets psychic impressions from whatever he eats. It also means he’s a hell of a detective, as long as he doesn’t mind nibbling on the corpse of a murder victim to figure out whodunit, and why. It`s a dirty job, and Tony has to eat terrible things in the name of justice. And if that wasn’t bad enough, the government has figured out Tony Chu`s secret. They have plans for him… whether he likes it or not.

Other actors lending their voice talents to the project include Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead) and Felicia Day (The Guild). It will be directed by Jeff Krelitz who also directed the animated series, Torchwood: Web of Lies.

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One devoted fan has recreated the Mad Max Interceptor out of his 1972 Australian Ford Falcon. The process started back in 2008 and took five years to complete at a cost of $125,000. Now Dale is happily living the Mad Max life in Michigan, without all the vicious warlords and shiny and chrome glory.

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