"10 Dark and Gritty Rules of Dystopian Science Fiction"

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The future looks bleak. At least according to futurists, economists, and science fiction authors (as well as pretty much anyone else). Seems we are getting closer and closer to Mad Max than we may actually think. Though a great many of us love playing through war torn and battered future landscapes in video games, and reading or watching them on TV, did you know those dystopian science fiction worlds have rules? Writer Annalee Newitz over at i09 has put together a very solid list that shows some of the basic rules that all fiction set in a dystopian world must follow. In talking about class systems she makes some brilliant points:

It's not enough to call the groups "haves" and "have-nots." They each need peculiar, evocative names like The Aspiring and The Disdained. Or they should only be known by the place they come from, like Quadrant 6 or The Outer Rim. 

The piece is wonderfully written, and shows us that even lawless, brutal, dystopian societies that are crumbling have unspoken rules to follow. By the way, did I mention how bad the traffic was today in Quadrant 6 on my way to work? Man, we need to do something with The Disdained. Their highways are a mess.

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Add "Bionic Pants" To Your Must-Have List

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Bionic pants are one of those things you thought you would never want because perhaps, like us, you thought they would never exist. You hear the term and you are not even sure what they would do, anyway. Could you super jump like Mario in bionic pants? Could you kick like Chuck Norris in your bionic pants? Well, they exist now, and the answer to the preceding questions is no. So you must be wondering what they do, right? The above photo explains it all. They defy physic by letting you sit anywhere without a chair.

We just can't understand why they didn't name them "chair pants" or something. Bionic pants make them sound way cooler and way more capable than they actually are. Truth is, if they were called chair pants we probably wouldn't be talking about them right now. Also, one more side note to developers. Can you make them look cooler than leg straps? Once you make a leather pair of chair pants, we will probably be all about it. Now that sounds sleek and futuristic.

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Delightful Photoshopped Images Created By Chinese Internet Trolls

The first internet connection in China was established in 1987, and now they have the most internet users in the world, but they’ve been a bit slow to catch up with the rest of the world in terms of internet trends.

Memes, silly animal videos, and nerd rage are all relatively new to Chinese users, but there is one area where they’re quickly catching up- trolling. 

A uniquely Chinese form of trolling is taking place, based around hilarious photoshopped images, and it’s the most adorable form of trolling ever. 

These trolls aren’t particularly vicious, nor are they preying on unwitting members of the online community, these trolls are being fed by people who want to see what the trolls will do with the images they receive:

It's the kindest, gentlest form of trolling you can find on the internet, and the idea of turning an image like this:

Into something as innocently 'shopped as this will make you want to go "d'awww!":

See more images from Kotaku's coverage of China's Photoshop Trolls and More Delightful Chinese Photoshop Trolls



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Usagi Yojimbo Stop Motion Short That May Lead To A Feature Film

The ronin rabbit Usagi Yojimbo was created by Stan Sakai in 1984, at the height of the anthropomorphic comic book character craze, but Usagi has always been a bit different than the other critter comic stars.

His tales were less about life as a rabbit and more about the life of a ronin, because in Usagi’s alternate version of Japan's Edo period every character is an animal, so he doesn't have to wear a disguise or deal with mutant problems like his friends the Ninja Turtles.

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Usagi was a fan favorite from day one, and his action packed comics are just as fun to read today as they were when they first came out, so why hasn’t Usagi Yojimbo been adapted for the big screen? 

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A film adaptation is finally being discussed, and as this proof-of-concept short film released by Lintika Films reveals it might actually live up to the geeky dreams of Usagi Yojimbo's fans.

Lintika seems to be staying faithful to the source material, but they still have to overcome a budgetary hurdle before the film can actually begin production.

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Some Of The Most Pointless Action Figures Ever Made

When toy companies keep pumping out product you end up with a bunch of figures that never should have seen the light of day, figures that are lacking one key word- action.

The Doctor Who craze ushered in by the series reboot resulted in a bunch of bad action figure releases, but no figure in the collection was more pointless than Destroyed Cassandra, the frame from which an animated flap of skin once hung:

The Waltons wasn’t a very exciting show, but even they got their own toy line, and for the sake of completion they released every member of the family- including Grandma and Grandpa Walton, the least action packed figures ever.

On the other hand, Starsky and Hutch was an action packed show worthy of having an action figure line, but releasing a figure for a drunken bearded man who never appeared on the show is the epitome of pointless:

And, last but certainly not least in terms of pointlessness, what action figure collection is complete without a side of beef? That's right- it's the iconic 1/2 cow Sylvester Stallone socked up real good in the movie Rocky.

Check out the rest of the figures that made io9's list of13 More of the Most Pointless Action Figures Ever Made, and see what your toy collection has been missing all along!



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The Future Of Digital Facial Enhancement

The future of facial enhancement in film will be digital, and fairly creepy…at least according to this video by Nobumichi Asai, which demonstrates the latest in digital makeup technology called Omote. 

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Omote combines face tracking technology, motion capture concentrated on facial points rather than the whole body, with a digital image projection that changes and moves along with the face in real time. 

It's fascinating to watch the facial projection change along with the soundtrack, and the video really shows the potential applications for this kind of digital facial enhancement in film, but how will this new technology affect those famous Hollywood faces? Only time will tell...

-Via Boing Boing



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Microsoft Recreates Their 1994 Website

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Do you remember the web from 20 years ago? With its five colors and thin, ugly fonts? Every website seemed to have a space theme, and you could tell people were clearly working on a canvas they were not yet familiar. Though the web has undeniably come far, sometimes it is cool to flashback willingly and see just how cheesy and simplified it was.

In case any of you have forgotten, Microsoft have recently re-released their websites in 1994 format, which you can check out right here. It is exactly as ugly and odd and cumbersome as you would think. Yet, it also stands as a time capsule to how far we have come aesthetically and otherwise in these last two decades.

So check it out. They tell you how they built the site and there are some other cool little odds and ends once you get to clicking. Mainly, though, you will be laughing that we once thought this all looked incredibly cool.

Via Waxy



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The LEGO Ghostbusters Movie

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Monsieur Caron of BrickFun spent all summer working on a LEGO movie version of Ghostbusters. Now that school is about to start, he must go back to teaching history. But what a great project to show his students! And you may be surprised and delighted by who gets to play the role of Slimer in this. The behind-the-scenes video is pretty cool, too! -via Geeks Are Sexy



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Sid And Nancy - The Sitcom

Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen lived fast, died young and made quite an impression during Sid’s few years of fame, but their love never really rang true, and never really seemed worthy of dramatization.

John Simon Ritchie made himself into Sid after all, and Nancy made herself famous by hooking up with Sid, so it was far from a fairytale romance.

But if you believe in the existence of parallel universes then it's possible Sid and Nancy’s relationship could have easily played out like a romantic comedy in an another dimension. 

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Video mashup raconteur Robert Jones paid a visit to this rom-com dimension, and he brought back this intro clip from the other side's most famous sitcom Sid & Nancy, with a theme song that sounds mighty familiar...

-Via Dangerous Minds



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Guy Does Six Part Super Mario Theme Acapella With Himself

It takes a certain amount of confidence to be a solo musician, but what if you are a whole band and still solo? That, we would think, takes even more confidence. Or does it take less because you have a whole bunch of "you's" backing you up? Well, YouTube user csvy attempts to answer that with his awesome, solo, acapella rendition of the Super Mario Brothers theme. Please note, he also looks a lot like the chef from the animated movie Ratatouille. See for yourself and admire his vocal stylings.

I would say that is worthy of an extra guy.

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Everything You'll Ever Need To Know About Deadpool

The Merc with a Mouth has gone from obscure secondary character, and admitted Deathstroke ripoff, to one mighty popular fellow, and he didn't get that way simply because readers identify with his chimichanga fetish

Deadpool hacked, shot and wisecracked his way up the Marvel Comics food chain, and somehow avoided catching his creator Rob Liefeld's tiny foot disease and becoming quite the strapping fellow- he's, like, Ryan Reynolds level hot, aside from his horrifying facial disfigurement.

He's edgy, he's hilarious, and he's definitely a bit of a kook, but where does a budding Deadpool fanatic start to explore this character's history, powers, and crucial comic book appearances?

Well, this article entitled Everything You Need To Know About Deadpool created by GeekTyrant's Mick Joest is a great place to start, so you can finally find out what all the hullabaloo is about!



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Incredible Stop Motion Animation Short Created Using Styrofoam

Stop motion animators employ many different techniques, materials and styles to create the props, backgrounds and characters for their unique three dimensional films.

Some people make latex or silicone puppets for their films, others use paper, found objects, or wet clay to create their piece, but animator and director Mikey Please of Parabella Animation Studio used a rarely utilized material to create his latest short- Styrofoam. 

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Mikey combines neatly sculpted Styrofoam models by the hundreds and long-exposure lighting to tell the story of Marilyn Myller- a girl who is both creator and destroyer. 

It took Mikey and his partner Dan Ojari over a year to create this mesmerizing short, but it will only take you six minutes to take this animated trip through the mind of a young artist.

-Via Colossal



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The Myriad Monikers Of Gotham's Villains

Batman has been battling crime for seventy five years, even though he doesn’t look a day over forty, and along with a long and storied career in crime fighting comes the daunting task of keeping track of every criminal he ever busted. 

Batman has the Batcomputer in the Batcave to help him keep it all sorted out, but what about readers who are looking for their own map of Gotham's corrupt and infamous?

Fear not intrepid reader! This great poster created by Pop Chart Lab entitled The Myriad Monikers Of Gotham's Villains has every villainous handle in one place, but it's so jam packed with info that it's a bit hard to read unless you view the full sized version here.

It's a stylish way to keep track of all those costumed crackpots, femme fatales and maniacal madmen Batman battles every Bat-day of his Bat-life.

-Via ComicsAlliance



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Adorable Kids' Eleventh Doctor and K-9 Cosplay

Jen of Epbot attended the recent Tampa Bay Comic Con. With her camera in hand, she documented at great length the excellent works of cosplay on display. We've previously mentioned a gem from her first cosplay post: hipster versions of Anna and Elsa from Frozen.

Jen also posted part 2 and part 3 of her photo collection. My favorite from the latter are these two girls dressed as the Eleventh Doctor and K-9, the Doctor's robotic dog.



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Crazy Custom Painted Movie Posters From Nigeria

Countries around the world make movie posters their own way, using their own native art techniques and imagery that appeals to their own people, and whether the movie is local or imported from LaLaLand every release gets its own custom poster treatment.

Nigerian artists have a very unique style when it comes to creating a painted movie poster, and this style is partly derived from the subject of their paintings- the freaky films being created in Ghana:

Movies like Wondeful Dog, Why Should I and Blood Money look like the African equivalent of Grind House cinema, and they've inspired some wonderfully terrifying movie poster masterpieces which can be found in a gallery created by Imgur user iliketechno.

Oh, and there are a few whacked out versions of Hollywood movie posters in there too:

Check out the rest of these bizarre Nigerian movie posters at Imgur   (Contains NSFW images)



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Microsoft App Aims To Turn Boring First Person Videos Into Thrilling Hyperlapses

The internet is full of first person footage these days, whether it’s fun action footage or boring everyday stuff, because everyone loves their GoPro cameras or their Google glasses, and they’re dying to share their video view of the world with the world.

However, that footage is usually way too long, with lots of camera shake and bounce, so even when it’s shortened into a time lapse the footage is really hard to watch.

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A new Microsoft Research Project is concerned with creating a solution to those first person footage problems, and they’re about to introduce an app that will allow users to create hyperlapse videos that run at 10x the speed of the original video without all that shake.

You'll be able see the world through someone else's eyes without feeling sick to your stomach, although you still may feel a bit queasy after watching some of those stunt videos...

-Via TechCrunch



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What It's Like To Play Online Games As A Grown-Up

Nobody knows how old you are when you’re playing a game online, but there are certain things that can tip you off about the age of your opponent- overly cheerful cursing, lack of post-pubescent knowledge and the sound of a mom's voice in the background are all clear signs you're battling a bunch of kiddos.

So how do you properly handle the pimple faced masses online when you're busy growing a beard and having a girlfriend, and other rather grown-up activities?

You act like a grown-up and shove that game aside, for the good of your love life...and your sanity!

See the full comic at The Oatmeal

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Guide to the Alien Species of Star Trek

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With all of the presentations in the Star Trek franchise, it can be a stretch for the more soft-core Trek fans to stay ahead of the game. Neil Cicierega comes to the rescue with this video guide to end Star Trek alien species confusion. Via The Presurfer.



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Action Comics #1 on Ebay

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A pristine issue of Action Comics #1 from June of 1938, featuring the debut of a new superhero named Superman, is up for auction at eBay, with proceeds going to the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation. Want it? The current bid is $1,750,100, and there’s more than a week left before the auction ends. Good lulck! -via Boing Boing



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Benedict Cumberbatch Does Perfect Impressions of Jar Jar Binks and Gollum


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Benedict Cumberbatch, who my wife informs me is "a hottie," is not just a fine actor. He's also an excellent impersonator.

MTV host Josh Horowitz interviewed him at the San Diego Comic-Con. During their conversation, he asked Cumberbatch to give his impressions of Jar Jar Binks, a Star Wars character widely despised by fans, and Gollum, a mutated hobbit from The Lord of the Rings.

Cumberbatch did a great job! He should definitely play either of those roles in future movies. Or, preferably, both in a crossover film.

-via Pleated Jeans



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George Takei Relives His Favorite Scene from Star Trek

Oh myyyyyy!

George Takei, the actor who played Hikaru Sulu on Star Trek, loved the episode titled "The Naked Time." In that episode, many Enterprise crew members became mentally unstable. Sulu expressed his madness by stripping off his shirt and running around the ship with a rapier.

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Takei visited the set of The Today Show. With a sword in hand, he relived that moment from 48 years ago. He kept his shirt on, though.



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Rarely Seen Godzilla Posters From Around The World

The giant green Kaiju known as Godzilla has always had a love-hate relationship with humanity- we love him when other giant monsters attack us and he comes to the rescue, hate him when he stomps our cities into dust, and hate how much we love to watch him on the big screen.

He’s an enduring, yet monstrous, figure in the world of film, and people all over the world have enjoyed watching that rubber behemoth bash his way to becoming king of the monsters over the last six decades.

This wonderful collection of rarely seen Godzilla movie posters on io9 features some unique, and very modern, promotional artwork created for various international releases of the Godzilla films, and it's safe to say you've never seen Godzilla portrayed quite like this!



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This Movie Is Anti-Dungeons & Dragons, Or Is It?

The ridiculously outdated forces of anti-Dungeons & Dragons righteousness are about to rear their ugly head in the most modern way possible- with a video available to stream via the internet.

The movie is called Dark Dungeons, and it's very appropriately based on Jack Chick’s tract (mini-comic) of the same name, which reveals the link between D&D and witchcraft.

It’s full of ominous messages like “roleplaying games are the perfect gateway to embracing Satan” and (unspoken) "frat guys are starting to host massive rpg parties", and the only real problem with this movie lies with the people who actually take it's message seriously.

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The tongue-in-cheek nature of the film is undeniable, and the filmmakers clearly find the Chick tracts as hilarious to read as I do, but is it worth the five bucks to watch the whole thing?

Check out the first eight minutes and decide for yourself, and if it’s a go head to the official website to stream the movie, download some sweet anti-rpg propaganda, and discover the dark truth about roleplaying games- the gateway drug to magical evil.

-Via Christian Nightmares



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He Looks So Perfect

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Video game characters often look impossibly extreme, with bodybuilder physiques and perfect hair. They are supposedly drawn that way because the players want to be those guys, you know, identify with them. But when does identification and admiration go just a little further than you might be comfortable with? Not that there’s anything wrong with that. After all, female game characters are also a fantasy, but there’s no pretense that they aren’t drawn to be attractive to the game player. The Warp Zone had fun with that idea in this parody of “She Looks So Perfect” by 5 Seconds Of Summer. -via Geeks Are Sexy



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If Doctor Who Had An Animated Show, This Would Be The Intro

Doctor Who is such a beloved character in the world of science fiction that it’s really quite surprising he hasn’t landed his own Hollywood blockbuster yet, and it’s doubly surprising that the entertainment powers-that-be have yet to bring an animated series to the small screen.

Animator Stephen Byrne decided to help the process along by showing the online world what the intro sequence to the animated Doctor Who show might look like, and now every Whovian in the world knows what they've been missing in their lives:

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Don't expect Peter Capaldi to look this smiley and happy-go-lucky during the upcoming season of Doctor Who, but the animated versions of fictional characters are always a bit cheerier than their previous incarnations, right?

-Via Nerdist



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Make Your Own Dancing Baby Groot

Pretty much everyone who has read a comic book with Groot in it since the "friendlier version" reappeared in the Marvel Universe in 2006 knew he'd be a fan favorite in the Guardians of the Galaxy movie, but when you add the fact that his best friend is Rocket Raccoon the appeal is undeniable.

After seeing the film artist Patrick Delahanty wanted to bring home his own dancing baby Groot, so he picked up one of those annoying dancing flower toys and got to work on a custom Groot creation.

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Patrick was kind enough to include photos and instructions on how to make your own dancing baby Groot via Facebook, but if you're crafty his description of the process might be all you need:

I made this using a “Movin’ & Groovin’” flower I got from eBay, cut off the dumb daisy, and covered the stem on felt and twine. My fiancée sculpted the head from Model Magic. We then painted everything with brown and tan paint. He can now dance to Peter Quill’s “Awesome Mix”…or to my own mix.

-Via Laughing Squid



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14 Things You Don't Know About Back to the Future

It's one of the best time travel franchises ever made and a rare gem of a film that people from different age groups and different backgrounds can all appreciate. But even if you can recite all of Doc & Marty's conversations because you've seen it so many times, chances are you still don't know all of these juicy trivia bits.

It Was Set In the Fifties For Simplicity's Sake

The fifties were chosen for the past setting not because writers Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale had a soft spot for the era, but instead because they were easy. Essentially, the two wanted to make a time travel story that didn't require knowledge of the past to enjoy it. They figured the fifties would be far enough back that it would seem like a different setting, but still allow the main character to connect with people that he knew from his regular life.

The DeLorean Could Have Been A Refrigerator

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It took the writers a while to come up with the perfect time machine. In fact, at one point they thought it would be cool to use a refrigerator that had to be powered by an atomic explosion to return home -until they started worrying that kids would lock themselves into them. Spielberg ended up using this idea as inspiration for Indiana Jones' nuclear safe-guard in Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

Ultimately, they decided on a DeLorean because the stainless steel construction seemed like a good method for flux dispersal during time displacement. Three DeLoreans were purchased for the original and another three were bought for the sequels. After the film's release, Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis received a letter from John DeLorean thanking them for using his car in the movie.

It Was Both Too Tame and Too Controversial

Robert Zemeckis had to hit up quite a few studios while trying to sell the film. Since the biggest comedies at the time were much more raunchy, like Fast Times at Ridgemont High and Revenge of the Nerds, a lot of studios turned down the idea because it wasn't risque enough. But then when Zemeckis took his idea to Disney, they rejected the story because they thought it was too scandalous to have a mother fall in love with her son.

It Was Mostly Shot At Night

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A Doctor Who-Themed Restaurant

It looks like a tiny cafe from the front door, but open up and you'll see an immense spread of artful Whovian decor at the Pandorica, a restaurant in Beacon, New York. It's named after a prison in the Doctor Who universe. Redditor jacquelinesarah describes the day she discovered it:

I spent the day in the quiet little artist town of Beacon, NY and passed a restaurant called "Pandorica" as I walked down the main street. I smiled to myself but didn't think much of it. On the way back, I looked inside and saw the giant mural of the exploding TARDIS. Of course, I then ran in and started talking to the owner (dressed head to toe in TARDIS blue). She took me around the entire restaurant pointing out every tiny detail, from the sunflowers on the tables to the "fish fingers" (aka french toast sticks) and custard on the dessert menu. I told her that I'll be moving to London this autumn (the mecca, really) and she replied that she's actually from there. It made a lot of sense seeing how much British influence is in the food--they do an afternoon tea that looks lovely.

As you can see, the menu is appropriate. It includes Whovian favorites, such as fish sticks with custard and K-9 corn dogs.

(Photos: jacquelinesarah and the Pandorica)

-via The Mary Sue



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Luke Skywalker and His Beard

This might make you feel old, but Luke Skywalker is all grown up. Mark Hamill posted a picture of himself on Instagram that gives us a small glimpse of what he will look like in Star Wars VII. He’s mentioned before that he was “contractually obligated” to grow his beard out for the movie. His son, who, like everyone else, is not allowed on the set, took the picture. -via The Daily Dot

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How (Not) To Run A Successful Video Game Kickstarter Campaign

The fundraising site Kickstarter officially jumped the shark recently when a young hustler raised over 50k to make potato salad for the first time, but there have been many Kickstarter campaigns over the last few years promising a product they can’t guarantee they’ll ever actually finish creating.

The main problem, as this comic by Dorkly’s own Tony Wilson and Andrew Bridgman demonstrates, is that you don’t need a completed project in any way to start raising funds.

Simply tell the online world that you’re going to make this great video game, show some concept art and a few seconds of gameplay footage, add some viral marketing and empty promises and you’ve got the makings of a free money storm ready to make it rain! That is, until your newfound funds get trimmed by the IRS and Kickstarter fees...

Check out the rest of this comic here

-Via Laughing Squid



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