We probably didn't need yet another company to make Darth Vader, but it happened anyway. A few more things before everyone chips in...
-James Deen is presumably Dick Reckard in this NSFW Blade Runner porn pictorial.
-Bill Nye endorses this time-travel documentary Kickstarter.
-GWAR replaced Oderus Urungus with a woman named Vulvatron.
-David Ayer may do a Suicide Squad movie.
-Laser cannons on planes are already a thing.
-A Top Cat origin movie isn't the movie you need, but the prequel Mexico deserves.
-An L. Frank Baum biopic? Word to the wise - he's a little harder to whitewash than Disney in Saving Mr. Banks.
-Game of Thrones theme, '80s synth-style version, is the best thing today.
If you want to submit fan fiction for me to read, please send it - or a link to it - to toplessrobot-at-gmail-dot-com with subject line "Read my Fanfic!"
Title: "A song of fire and iron" by Gabriella5Greene551
Logline: Optimus Prime and Giselle Yvonne Delacriox continue their cross-species, post-apocalyptic love, even as they are beset by xenomorphs...and the jealousy of Ratchet and Megatron.
Acts Involved: Lots of sex metaphors involving a naked Giselle "sliding in and out" of Optimus in truck mode. Also, she's a werewolf. And she's still underage, so it's robosexual statutory rape.
Participants: Giselle Yvonne Delacroix, Optimus Prime, Aliens, Ratchet, Megatron, Sentinel Prime.
The Live Reading/Performance...More >>
Popeye was not just the reason I first tried spinach as a child - I'm sure I wasn't the only one - but he was also a comfort on shitty school mornings. As part of the British "Breakfast TV" program my dad always wanted to watch as part of our morning routine, they'd follow news, entertainment and whatever with a Popeye cartoon right around 8 a.m., last thing before I was out the door. Some of them were the mediocre color ones, but when they busted out the original black and white Max Fleischer toons, I was transported. The rubberiness of the entire world, the occasional mixture of 3D backdrops, the weirdly deformed way every character was drawn - there was nothing like it.
Yep, that looks like a modern redesign, all right. I don't think the square eyepatch makes a lot of sense, but then nor does a talking mouse who's a spy. The new DM will have an initial run of 52 episodes, and be broadcast on CBBC in the UK. No word on a US date yet.
He'll be voiced by UK TV host Alexander Armstrong, and if you want to know what he sounds like, well, keep reading...More >>
Wood Rocket need to pace themselves, or they're going to burn through every nerd porn parody idea super-quickly. In a new behind-the-scenes video from their upcoming take on Sailor Moon, we get to see adult actresses flubbing nerdy lines, Sailor Moon asking if there's cum in her nose, and the complicated logistics of how to film Sailor Mars getting a guy off.
It is, perhaps needless to say, entirely NSFW and not to be viewed by anyone under 18. But if I know my readership, you'll probably find it either pretty funny or childhood-ruining.
Due to a recent lawsuit to allow equal access to all religions into the public schools of Orange County, Florida, the Satanic Temple will now be handing out The Satanic Children's Big Book of Activities, among other materials.
I wrote to the Temple's publicist and asked if we could have a look. We can indeed. After doing so, I'm convinced the devil may indeed have the best sense of humor...More >>
You know and expect Darwyn Cooke to draw retro-style versions of DC heroes. But given DC's dogged determination to create rather awful redesigns of He-Man and friends, you wouldn't necessarily expect that he'd go back to Filmation designs for his only cover not featuring in-house DC-owned properties. It seems like an unfair fight, though - where's Hordak? Until next time...
(Also, his Harley Quinn is still the New 52 version. Weird, but probably mandated.)
Check out all 23 retro-ish covers at Comics Alliance.
Yes, Yondu is now in Disney Infinity, and even though they've stylized the design and probably don't have to pay for Michael Rooker's likeness, it's clearly the MIchael Rooker version. Which means that Henry Lee Lucas can run wild in your personal Disney World.
Compiled with the help of Kyle LeClair, here are 16 more reader-submitted items from over the weekend that you may have missed. Tipsters include skrag2112, SlyDante777, Gallen_Dugall, Rx79immigrant84, NOT.DrAbraxas, Anyone00More >>
An obese Jessica Rabbit, now with a thick working-class UK accent, narrates this thoroughly depressing tale in which Inspector Gadget is homeless, Mumm-Ra torments Lion-O as his manager at the grocery store, Optimus Prime works in fast food and Skeletor makes cold sales calls.
All it's missing is a "Knowing is half the battle!" end tag in which unemployed Cobra Commander tells us that the lesson is capitalism doesn't work.More >>
This is one of the better looking fan film teasers I've ever seen, and it ought to be - filmmaker Daniel Benedict is a renowned He-Man superfan, having designed Castle Grayskullman and thereby won Mattel's Create-a-Character contest in the Classics toy line.
His movie, funded on Kickstarter, takes most of its stylistic cues from the 2002 cartoon and action figures, though the blonde bikini version of Teela comes from the original minicomics and the modern Classics toys, and Skeletor's voice is closer to Frank Langella's than the nasally whine common to both animated versions. With Mattel dragging their feet on ever approving anything for the proposed live-action movie, this is the next best thing we have...and fortunately, it would appear at this early stage to be pretty decent.More >>