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LEGO Batcave

Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey used over 20,000 LEGO bricks to make this extensive cutaway Batcave! It was unveiled at the Emerald City ComiCon this past March, and then displayed at a couple other major events. This Batcave has different chambers for the Batmobile, the Batcopter, the Batplane and other vehicles, plus equipment storage, [...]

Oz Passport – Pocket Notebook

Oz Passport – Pocket Notebook Getting to Oz used to be quite an ordeal (traveling by tornadoes ain’t what it used to be!), but if your travel brings you to places that made you realize you aren’t in Kansas anymore, you need this Oz Passport Pocket Notebook to keep a journal. It’s also great as a convenient [...]

Beaker the Stormtrooper

Meep! Those were the Muppets we were looking for! Anna Goellner of Comics Alliance spotted this excellent costume at the Emerald City Comicon 2012 in Seattle. Link -via Fashionably Geek | Photo: Anna Goellner

Brent Spiner’s Patrick Stewart Impression

(Video Link) Brent Spiner, the actor who played Data on Star Trek: The Next Generation, does a really good impersonation of Patrick Stewart, the actor who played Jean-Luc Picard. In fact, it was good enough to fool Stewart’s wife on the phone — at least for a while. Here’s a video of Spiner demonstrating this talent [...]

Why Chicago Should Be Called Phoenix

In honor of our upcoming field trip to Chicago, we’re going to be posting some Chicago-centric stories. If you live in that part of the country, we’d love to meet you this weekend! by Christopher Zara This is the heroic tale of skyscrapers rising from the ashes of the Great Chicago Fire, and how they inspired change [...]

How Wizard of Oz Should Have Logically Ended

A journey to the Emerald City? Meeting strangers that have no brain, no heart and no courage? Getting attacked by flying monkeys? If you think about it, the Wizard of Oz is needlessly long and complicated. The folks over at How It Should Have Ended created a short animation that tells us logically how the [...]