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Freya Jobbins Turns Your Childhood Toys Into Surreal Masterpieces!

By Vadim NewquistApril 22, 2014

If you’ve spent the majority of your life playing with toys instead of hitting the books then don’t fret, because visionary sculptor Freya Jobbins is the perfect example of how it can pay off big time. Her extraordinary work reassembles discarded plastic into the truly f...More  →

Freya Jobbins Turns Your Childhood Toys Into Surreal Masterpieces!

Disney Characters We Love To Hate

By Robert PunchurApril 22, 2014

For over 75 years, Disney studios have provided the most loved and recognized childhood characters worldwide. But every so often, a poison apple can spoil the whole bunch. These are 5 of the most unlikable Disney characters that we wish had never been drawn into...More  →

Disney Characters We Love To Hate

Star Wars Action Figures in Real Life Situations

By Lisa GranshawApril 21, 2014

Want to know what Star Wars clone troopers are up to when you’re not watching them on TV or the big screen? From fun activities to getting into trouble, Malaysian photographer Zahir Batin has explored what they might be doing in real life with an amazing series of photogra...More  →

Star Wars Action Figures in Real Life Situations

We Countdown the Top 6 Post-Credit Sequences

By Andrew TavinApril 21, 2014

You just sat through a two hour movie. You really, really need to pee. Your boyfriend/girlfriend/companion is giving you agitated looks because they're ready to get out of there (they also really, really need to pee). The credits are rolling and you just found out...More  →

We Countdown the Top 6 Post-Credit Sequences

Science Gets Homey With Cross-Stitched Germs And Microbes

By Lisa GranshawApril 21, 2014

You might not think that germs and microbes could inspire art you’d want to hang on the walls of your room, but then you’ve never seen the amazing stitch art from Etsy shop Watty’s Wall Stuff by Alicia Watkins! From the common cold to rabies, Watkins’ cross-stitch...More  →

Science Gets Homey With Cross-Stitched Germs And Microbes

Science Tattoos For The Win!!!

By Vadim NewquistApril 21, 2014

SCIENCE! Without this handy-dandy method of accumulating, organizing and analyzing information you wouldn’t be reading this article on a computer, you’d be reading it on a cavern wall (and the risk of stabbing yourself in the head with a stalactite would be tremendous!)....More  →

Science Tattoos For The Win!!!

Artist Vince Chui Blows Minds For A Living!

By Vadim NewquistApril 18, 2014

Vince Chui aka Kid Chuckle (www.kidchuckle.com) is a Canadian graphic artist, animator and geek extraordinaire with unparalleled skills. With a wicked sense of humor that is only paralleled by his expansive imagination, Chui creates work that’s like ice-cream for your eyeb...More  →

Artist Vince Chui Blows Minds For A Living!

Turn a Selfie Into a Work of Art in This Week's Geeky Twitter!

By Josh SorokachApril 18, 2014

Welcome to a well-deserved Friday, friends! Is everyone on the east coast enjoying Winter 2: Red, White, and Boooo!? Allow us to take your mind off the inclement weather with yet another rousing edition of Geeky Twitter! This week we're ranking Spider-Man's greatest villains...More  →

Turn a Selfie Into a Work of Art in This Week's Geeky Twitter!

Find Out Your Game of Thrones Prom Style!

By KathApril 18, 2014

Ah, prom. A night of romance! Illicit dancing! Subtly undermining other houses while promoting the glory of your own! To make it an extra-special evening, you’ll need a look that says, snub me on the dance floor, and you’ll pay the iron price! If you’re uncertain whi...More  →

Find Out Your <i>Game of Thrones</i> Prom Style!

The 15 Most Tragic Deaths in Comics

By Steven RomanoApril 18, 2014

Unless you haven’t already heard the hubbub, Riverdale’s red-haired golden boy, Archie Andrews, will be biting the big one this July in Life with Archie #36. Though news of Archie flying off to the soda shop in the sky is stunning, it’s definitely not the first time a ...More  →

The 15 Most Tragic Deaths in Comics