Some Of The Most WTF Moments In Batman Comics

Batman is a lot more than just a cape, a cowl and a scowl- he's a deep and interesting dude who is so multi-faceted his writers virtually never run out of new material.

But for every good story arc or issue there's another which completely misses the mark, making readers wonder “WTF?!”

Like the time Batman dyed his Batsuits different colors so goons wouldn't figure out Robin's secret identity, featuring Batman wearing a rainbow Batsuit while saying the line “they’ll find no gold at the end of this rainbow… only prison.”

And then there was the time Batman agreed to sing Christmas carols with officers from the Gotham PD- and no crimes were committed that night in Gotham, seemingly thanks to the songs sung by Batsy and the boys.

Think Batman singing is weird? Not as weird as the Caped Crusader laughing with the Joker, impregnating Batgirl or wetting himself during a mission.

See the 15 Most WTF Moments In Batman Comics here


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The Closest Living Relative to the Dodo Bird

Look at this beautiful plumage! The Nicobar pigeon looks like it just came from an avant-garde beauty salon with a new dye job, but those are its normal feathers. Since they evolved in places where they had no natural predators, Nicobar pigeons did not need camouflage and instead developed a look to attract each other. They don’t look like dodo birds, but taxonomically they are the extinct bird’s closest relative in existence today.  

The Nicobar pigeon resides in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, from the Indian Nicobar Islands eastward to places like Thailand and Papua New Guinea. Although its exact population count is unclear, the species is in decline because of deforestation and the release of non-native predators (like rats and cats) to these islands. The Nicobar pigeon is now considered “near threatened” with conservation efforts proposed to help the birds thrive again.

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Scared Seal Dives into a Boat to Escape Orcas

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Orcas eat seals -we know that. Seals know that too and they know the best way to escape is to get to dry land. When there is no dry land though, there is another option for the truly desperate -a boat. And this little terrified guy was all too willing to hop a ride on a passing by ship filled with humans as long as it meant he wasn't on the orca dinner menu.

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Dietetic Idiomatic Schematic

The title is a fancy way of saying “chart of food idioms.” This is the latest comic from John Atkinson at Wrong Hands. I see a glaring omission right off: Easy As Pie, which is my favorite flavor of pie. However, if he had actually used a piece of pie, there would be enough idioms to make a complete chart with pie alone. I supposed that would be a pie chart.   


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Wanna Catch 'em All - Beware The Creepymon


Wanna Catch 'em All by B4DW0LF

Playing that pocket monster hunting game on your smartphone may seem safe enough, but beware those who would prey on innocent poke-trainers because they're playing a sick game of their own. You can usually trust your fellow trainers to treat you like family out in the field, but any weirdo who tries to lure you into their basement or cellar by claiming it's a gym or stop should be ignored and avoided at all costs. That is, unless you want to become a permanent part of their collection...

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Director Creates The Perfect "Burger Drop" Without Using CGI

Fast food restaurants love to employ the burger drop in commercials nowadays, showing us each layer of the burger and how fresh and bouncy it is to entice us into heading for the drive-thru.

It may surprise you to know the burger used in the drop is often CGI, modeled and animated for the perfect mouth-watering look, but not all ad directors agree with using CGI in a burger commercial.

In fact, one practical effects crazy photographer/director named Steve Giralt wanted a real burger drop so bad he built an entire machine to make it happen.

He calls it the “Precision Arduino Timing Relay Imaging Controller”, or P.A.T.R.I.C. For short, and it not only makes the burger drop a breeze- it kicks buns at making ketchup and mustard collide in mid-air.

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Here's a short video showing what it was like behind the scenes while shooting this burger ad:

Deconstructed Burger Behind The Scenes from Steve Giralt on Vimeo.

-Via Bored Panda

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20 Things You Didn’t Know About Tom Hiddleston

In the past few years, actor Tom Hiddleston is everywhere. You may know him as Loki in the Marvel universe movies, or Jonathon Pine in the miniseries The Night Manager, or Hank Williams in the film I Saw the Light, or any of his many other roles. Maybe we should get to know him a little better.

He went to boarding school with Prince William and Eddie Redmayne.

When Tom was 13-years old, his parents sent him to the elusive Eton College, a well-known boarding school in Windsor. Prince William just happened to be a classmate, as did Eddie Redmayne, who had already started acting professionally. Tom has said that Prince William was treated as any other contemporary would be. While on the subject of Eton College, he has admitted that the way the public perceives Eton, as well as the students who attend the school, irritates him. When asked about the school, he responded, “The reason it’s a good school is that it encourages people to find the thing they love and to go for it. They champion the talent of the individual and that’s what’s special about it.”

Tom used to play rugby at Cambridge.

After playing rugby at Eton, Tom went on to study at the University of Cambridge, the 2nd oldest English-speaking university. While there, he played rugby for the university’s college, Pembroke. Unfortunately, it clashed with his ability to act in the university’s stage productions. In the end, he had to choose one over the other and opted to drop rugby and focus on acting.

That’s just the beginning of the list of twenty things you can learn about Tom Hiddleston at Money Inc.

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10 of the Craziest Pokemon Go Stories

The Pokemon Go trend is finally starting to die down a little, so it's a perfect time to collect the strangest stories that have come out in the last few months. Here are some of the ten craziest stories we've come across.

1. Pokemon In the Real World?

Sure, Pokemon Go might be an augmented reality game, but that doesn't stop some people from believing the creatures really are hiding just out of view in the real world. In fact, many pet owners around the globe believe their pets can see the creatures and they've been posting photographic proof to sell their point.

As if that wasn't weird enough, one woman in Moscow claims she was sexually assaulted by a Pokemon. Her report doesn't specify which creature was involved in the assault, but it doesn't matter much since police told her to see a psychiatrist rather than putting an APB out for an augmented reality rapist.

2. Play At Your Own Risk

When you play Pokemon Go, you're warned to pay attention to your surroundings, but that wasn't enough to stop two players in San Diego to ignore trespassing signs and walk right off a cliff in search of Pokemon. While they both survived injuries, the two did make it out alive.

Of course, falling off a cliff is nothing compared to walking over a landmine -which is such a real concern in Bosnia that the government actually issued a warning for players to make sure they don't wander into any minefields, since most of these areas still contain live munitions.

3. The Guy Who Kept Playing Even After Being Stabbed

A guy playing Pokemon Go in Forest Grove, OR was stabbed by someone passing by, but he refused to let that stop him from catching more Pokemon. Instead, he kept playing, walked to a convenience store and bought chips and beer before seeking medical attention. When police arrived on the scene, he even refused treatment so he could keep playing. Eventually, he did go to a hospital, where he confessed, “It’s important to me. I’ve got to basically catch them all."

4. The Driver Who Crashed into a Cop Car While Playing

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Spending a Year on Mars …Sort Of

A crew of six volunteer scientists spent an entire year isolated in a tent on small section of Hawaii’s Mauna Loa volcano to simulate what life would be like on Mars. They were part of the Hawaii Space Exploration and Analog and Simulation project, called HI-SEAS for short. The 365-day simulation ended Sunday, and the crew was allowed to come outside without a space suit for the first time in a year. Although they have been in contact with "earth" by internet, any messages were delayed by 20 minutes to simulate such communication on Mars. The experiment is about how humans would react under isolation from the outside world, and how they got along with crewmates in cramped conditions. Sheyna Gifford and Tristan Bassingthwaighte talked about their experiences.

Counting down to their so-called “re-entry,” the crew had their sights set on everyday things we Earthlings take for granted ― hugging loved ones, feasting on a burger, swimming in the ocean and running on grass.

In addition to spending time with family and getting outside, Bassingthwaighte’s said he’s looking forward to living in a place with a window.

“I mean holy crap! A whole window that belongs just to me?” he wrote. “I don’t even know what to do with that, we’ve all been sharing a window the size of a medium pizza for the last year.”

In her time away, Gifford said she’s come to realize that the journey to Mars will likely prove more challenging in ways we don’t expect than in ways we do. The good news, she said, is “human beings are pretty much capable of anything.”

Read more about the simulation at HuffPo.

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"Heart of Glass" as a '40s Torch Song

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Postmodern Jukebox specializes in genre-bending versions of familiar songs. Here, they accompany vocalist Addie Hamilton as she gives Blondie's "Heart of Glass" a whole new style. -via Everlasting Blort 


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Dress Left In The Dead Sea For Two Years Becomes Glittering Couture

Have you ever wondered why mermaids wear a clam shell bikini top instead of, say, a blouse?

It's because the salt in the ocean water collects on clothing and then crystallizes, and after a while that blouse would look more like a salt sculpture than an article of clothing.

This is the concept explored by Israeli artist Sigalit Landau in her photo series Salt Bride, featuring images of a dress which Sigalit left hanging in the Dead Sea for 2 years.

The progress shots captured over a three month period show the ocean waters naturally transforming the dress into an encrusted couture dress fit for Neptune's wife Salacia.

Here's a bit about the concept behind Salt Bride

The concept was inspired by S. Ansky's 1916 play titled The Dybbuk, in which a young Hasidic woman becomes possessed by a deceased lover's spirit, though engaged to be married into a wealthy family. The story is rich with romance and sorcery, which Landau aimed to emulate. The original Salt Bride garment is a replica of the one worn in the dramatic production in the 1920s, while the salt serves to symbolize that supernatural force, bewitching the black fabric into the new appearance of a white wedding gown. The photographic process, too, stands as a metaphor: just as the garment had to be immersed to undergo its metamorphosis, each printed image was necessarily developed by liquid emulsion.

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The Grad Student

Starving from a food-deprived afternoon, the grad student deeply covets the gourmet sandwiches left outside the next workshop.

Picking up sandwiches with great relish, the grad student is caught red-handed by the disgruntled administrative assistant.

Eating his stolen sandwiches in the stairwell, the grad student contemplates how his life has come to this.

There is a graduate student somewhere who is recreating his life in LEGO bricks as a distraction from the drudgery of putting his dissertation together. The Tumblr blog The Grad Student is full of these scenes, with captions. You might want to start reading from the bottom up, as some adventures are told in sequence of multiple posts. Sent it to a grad student you know. -via Metafilter 


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Average Rob Hangs Out With Celebrities So We Don't Have To

Aren't celebrities the worst? They seem all cool when they're in movies and TV shows and in concert and junk, but then you actually meet them and it's like eeeeewww! Gross!

You know who else thinks celebs are, like, the lamest people to be around?

AverageRob, now he knows what a drag it can be to hang with the rich and famous, especially when they're constantly makng messes he has to clean up!

AverageRob turns average photos of celebrities into AverageRobs, using the magic of Photoshop to insert himself into their staged definitely not staged snapshots.

And since celebrity photos can't be twice as fake the AverageRobs effect actually makes them twice as genuine and four times as real.

But don't do the math on that, math makes for sore brains.

-Via Bored Panda


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What Thor Was Doing During Captain America: Civil War

When the events of Captain America: Civil War were happening, Thor was taking a break from being a superhero and instead was indulging in real life activities. He’ll be glad to explain them to you.

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However, it turns out that the "break" wasn’t all his idea. And the situation was complicated by the fact that an ancient Norse god isn’t up on all the latest communication technologies. Maybe the rest of the Marvel superheroes were a bit upset over Thor's pranks pulled on Spider-Man. Anyway, this scenario would make a great sitcom, but only if Chris Hemsworth played the part.  -via reddit


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Aren't You A Happy Lil Fella!

That song “Put On A Happy Face” failed to mention one thing about smiling all day every day- people will think you're deranged, and instead of spreading happiness you'll be spreading fear.

But this comic by Owlturd is right, to heck with how other people feel about my maniacal grin, I feel happier already!*wink*

-Via MemeBase


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Face To Face - Don't Trust Anyone Who Never Smiles


Face to Face by Albertocubatas

The bat and the clown seem like opposite sides of a criminal coin when viewed alone, but put the two side-by-side and the comparison reveals they're not so different after all. They both fight for their own selfish reasons, both refuse to give up even when near death, and neither one of them can stand to sit still for long. They're drawn to the action as well as the satisfying feeling of completing what they feel is their mission in life, and although one seemingly fights for good and the other evil there's a fine line between justice and vengeance.

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Why Do We Judge Parents For Putting Kids At Perceived -But Unreal- Risk?

A 9-year-old girl spent all day playing at a park near her home. She had a cell phone and a house key with her, and went home when she got tired. Was that dangerous? It sounds like typical behavior for a 9-year-old. But what if you knew she was there while her mother worked all day? Does that change anything about how dangerous her day at the park appears? An experiment shows that people don’t so much judge such a situation as dangerous because it’s objectivly dangerous, but because of how neglectful the parent appears. In fact, the morality of the reason a parent leaves a child unsupervised directly affects how dangerous the situation is perceived to be. Ashley Thomas, Kyle Stanford, and Barbara Sarnecka of the University of California at Irvine conducted an experiment that showed such bias.

To get at this question experimentally, Thomas and her collaborators created a series of vignettes in which a parent left a child unattended for some period of time, and participants indicated the risk of harm to the child during that period. For example, in one vignette, a 10-month-old was left alone for 15 minutes, asleep in the car in a cool, underground parking garage. In another vignette, an 8-year-old was left for an hour at a Starbucks, one block away from her parent's location.

To experimentally manipulate participants' moral attitude toward the parent, the experimenters varied the reason the child was left unattended across a set of six experiments with over 1,300 online participants. In some cases, the child was left alone unintentionally (for example, in one case, a mother is hit by a car and knocked unconscious after buckling her child into her car seat, thereby leaving the child unattended in the car seat). In other cases, the child was left unattended so the parent could go to work, do some volunteering, relax or meet a lover.

Not surprisingly, the parent's reason for leaving a child unattended affected participants' judgments of whether the parent had done something immoral: Ratings were over 3 on a 10-point scale even when the child was left unattended unintentionally, but they skyrocketed to nearly 8 when the parent left to meet a lover. Ratings for the other cases fell in between.

The researchers were motivated by an increasing number of parents who get into legal trouble for allowing their children to be unsupervised in situations that were once considered normal. The case of the 9-year-old girl was real, and her mother was arrested for child neglect. They talked about the research at NPR, and said the most surprising thing was how judgmental the participants were, and the most judgmental of all were mothers, who also overestimated the risk of danger the most. -via Digg

(Image credit: Flickr user Dave)

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Redditors Share Their Shower Thoughts About Batman

I wonder what Batman thinks about while he's taking a shower?

He probably runs through the minutes of his last mission, thinks about how much he hates clowns and keeps a fearful eye open in case a psycho man-bat tries to jump him in the shower.

We can only speculate about what runs through Bruce Wayne's bat-tastic mind while he bathes, but the rest of us tend to wonder about pretty normal Batman-related stuff while showering.

The Showerthoughts subreddit is home to many brilliant Batman related concepts, questions and criticisms, the kind which leap into our minds while we shampoo our heads which, if left unshared, could drive us mad.

Read 10 Batman Shower Thoughts That'll Leave You Thinking "WTF?" here


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Life as a Berserker

The berserkers were a subset of Viking warriors who went into battle wearing wolf or bear skins instead of armor and fought with uncontrollable fury, which is where we get the phrase "going berserk." While in their battle state, they were a danger to even their own compatriots. The berserker fighting style has been attributed to a self-induced trance, drugs, or possibly mental illness. Life couldn’t have been easy for a berserker, especially when they had time to confront moral dilemmas. This comic is from Zach Weinersmith at Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal.


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Crude Animated Short Shows Why It Sucked To Be A Pirate

Pirates have been cleaned up and made to look like heroes, but in their day they were the scummiest, scurviest, meanest, greediest and most ruthless dogs sailing the seven seas.

Which is why it would have sucked to be a pirate- constantly sailing meant eating disgusting things like hard tack and leathery cured meats, overcrowding meant disease and urine a-plenty, and the combat was bloody and horrific.

(NSFW due to language)

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Sam O'Nella Academy has ruined another childhood fantasy for us all with this animated short, which is probably okay considering most pirates really were terrible role models.

-Via Laughing Squid


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Before the Breathalyzer There Was the Drunkometer

Did you ever see someone in an old movie blow into a balloon to see how drunk they were? That was part of a device called the Harger Drunkometer. After Prohibition was repealed inthe 1930s, police had to deal with an upswing of drunk driving. It was hard to get a conviction without concrete evidence, though, so law enforcement turned to science for help.

Cue Indiana University biochemist and toxicologist Rolla N. Harger, who had been working since 1931 on a machine to put hard evidence behind a police officer’s claim. Harger finally got a patent for the Drunkometer in 1936. The upshot? A person would blow into a balloon, and the air would drop into a chemical solution, with the corresponding color change indicating blood alcohol content. “Instead of banning alcohol, which didn’t work, we look to a device that quantifies just how much drinking is OK,” says Bruce Bustard, who curated “Spirited Republic,” the National Archives exhibit on the history of the U.S. government’s relationship with alcohol.

The Drunkometer was used until the Breathalyzer came on the market in the 1950s. Read about the first case in which a Drunkometer was used at Ozy.

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Fisherman Lands 17-foot Sawfish

Josh Jorgensen knew he had a really big fish on the line, but when he finally saw it, he was a bit shocked. It was a sawfish, which is a critically endangered species. Jorgensen called the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission for advice. They told him to record the location it was caught via GPS, try to estimate its size, and cut the line as close to the fish as they could without getting hurt.

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The fish appeared to be about 17 feet long and weighed 700 pounds. When Jorgensen tried to cut the line with a pair of bolt cutters, the sawfish knocked them right out of his hands! But they did manage to free the fish. The screenshot above is when he grabbed the fish’s tail and the fish said, “Do you mind!?” -via reddit


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The First Contemporary Art Exhibition For Dogs

Humans assume dogs don't appreciate fine art because they often tear any artwork they find lying around to bits, but dogs explore the world with their mouths and they mean no disrespect.

In fact, if a dog's eyes worked like ours they would definitely appreciate art and stare at it more, but they can't see colors like we do.

So dog lover and artist Dominic Wilcox decided to put together an art show both dogs and their humans would find amusing, with exhibits that appeal to canine sensibilities.

'Play More' includes- paintings with colors within the dog vision color spectrum, a giant ball pit shaped like a food bowl full of kibble, a virtual frisbee screen, simulated car window experience, and dancing water jets to delight and refresh art lovin' dogs.

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The Fourth Olympic Medal

 

On August 16, New Zealand runner Nikki Hamblin collided with American Abbey D’Agostino as they were running the first heat of the 5,000-meter race at the Rio Olympics. D’Agostino jumped up quickly, but instead of running off, she helped Hamlin to her feet and told her she had to finish the race. But D’Agostino had injured her ankle. Hamlin held back to help her make it to the finish line.

 

Despite finishing last and next-to last in the heat, both women were cleared to advance in the competition. However, D’Agostino had torn thee ligaments and could not race. Both Hamlin and D’Agostino were awarded the Pierre de Coubertin medal. It’s a rare Olympic medal awarded for extraordinary sportsmanship, and it’s only been bestowed 17 times before, beginning in 1964. Pierre de Coubertin was the founder of the International Olympic Committee. Each of those awards has an amazing story behind it, and you can read the stories of all the winners at Metafilter.


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"You Are What You Eat" - Bizarre Hippie-Era Art Film Featuring Tiny Tim

A healthy diet was a big part of the Hippie lifestyle, and their dedication to going all natural extended into every aspect of their lives, from their choice of food to their taste in music.

Stuffy, corporate bands didn't thrill Flower Children at all, they preferred bands who were wild, woolly and let it all hang out on stage, like that ukulele strumming superstar Tiny Tim.

(YouTube Link)

So what does all of this have to do with Peter (of Peter, Paul and Mary) Yarrow's bizarro art film You Are What You Eat?

Well, Tiny Tim's in it, as well as a bunch of fully freaky folks showing us what it was like to hang out with Hippies circa 1968. It's like far out film food for your mind!

Read more about 'You Are What You Eat' at Dangerous Minds


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On Being Hated

How do you handle haters? In the 3D world, you can avoid such people -if you ever even learn they are don't like you. It’s not so easy on the internet, where so many people have access to so many other people and most of them remain anonymous.

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The School of Life looks at why criticism, contempt, and hatred bother us so much. Many people come across as haters when they really just don’t know how to criticize wisely, while others are just trolls. And how we respond to online criticism or hatred is key to learning to handle the feelings it brings. -via Digg


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Elite Fighter (variant) - The Helmet Says It All


Elite Fighter (variant) by djkopet

You can often tell an Imperial soldier's rank and position by the way their armor looks, and helmet shape says a lot about where they stand among the sea of soldiers fighting for the Empire. The standard stormtrooper has a pretty plain helmet, and a TIE fighter pilot's helmet makes them look a bit like a bulldog, but the coolest and most tubular helmet of them all belongs to the Elite Fighter. They're the Imperial force to be reckoned with, the highly skilled and deadly accurate troopers who can tear down a Rebel squad by themselves. So if you should encounter an Imperial soldier wearing a helmet like the one above you'd better hightail it to Dagobah and hope they never find you!

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Artist Draws Pokemon By Request Even Though He Knows Nothing About Them

Pokémoning is everywhere and infecting people from all walks of life with the pokévirus code name GO, but even with all the hype and press many people don't know a thing about Pokémon.

And that's actually quite refreshing, especially when the person who knows nothing about Pokémon is an artist and Redditor who offers to draw pictures of Pokémon by request based on name alone.

Redditor netwoodle put the word out on r/ICanDrawThat by stating "I know next to nothing about Pokémon, but that won't stop me from doodling one for you." and naturally his fellow Redditors wanted to catch 'em all.

It's nice to see such fresh and unique Pokémon reimaginings after seeing the original character designs for so many years, and netwoodle's doodles definitely don't lack in the personality department.

-Via The Mary Sue


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The Movie Pitch

Hollywood seems to have lost the art of originality. Or at least, lost the art of greenlighting original stories. In the decade between 2004 and 2014, the number of movie releases that were sequels, prequels, remakes, or reboots doubled, and 2016 has even more. In fact, there are 252 planned sequels, prequels, remakes, and reboots between now and 2020. The reason is money, of course. A familiar universe based on an successful existing franchise is a safer bet than an unknown. Studios take that into account, and so do distributors, and so do moviegoers, because they are all risking more money than ever before on theatrical entertainment. This is the latest comic from Thor’s Thundershack.  -via Geeks Are Sexy


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Machete Wielding Robber Finds Shopkeeper Packing Even Bigger Sword

You know you're having a bad day when a crazed, machete-wielding man tries to rob your store, but take it from the shopkeeper in this wild security video- it's best to keep calm and pull out a bigger sword.

(YouTube Link)

The shopkeeper seems like he expected some kind of medieval robbery attempt scenario to go down, but now he should consider investing in a helmet and breastplate in case the guy comes back with a crossbow!

-Via Boing Boing


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