January 22, 2011

Geeky Links of the Week

Buddhist Temple decorated with Superman, Neo, & more - This Buddhist temple in Thailand is decorated with all kinds of bizarre sci-fi!

Win Original Serenity Artwork - Scroll to the bottom of the page to read the .pdf on how to enter a contest that will award you with original inks from the Serenity Cutaway print series.  The contest is a fun scavenger hunt to look through the prints of the Firefly class ship to find random props from the show.

Anatomy Ballgown at Fashion Week - This could be the best way ever to learn which bones are connected to which muscles.  This dress actually makes veins look fashionable.  Click the link to be taken to the designer's Flickr account where you can see one more anatomy inspired dress.

The X-Men family tree - Those mutants sure do get around.  This family tree helps untangle who is related to each other and how.  I didn't realize there was so much dating in X-Men.

Geeky Astrological Signs - Remember the day when the internet freaked out and declared that none of our astrological signs were right!  And we all went along with it?  That was fun.  Since it's changing anyways, let's make up 12 new geeky ones!

Geeky Ice Cube Trays - I had no idea you could turn your ice cubes into this many nerdtastic shapes.

The Burrows Gingerbread House - For a contest, a crafter made a gingerbread house inspired by "The Burrows."  In case you don't remember, that's the Weasley's house in Harry Potter.  Wow.  And yes, I think gingerbread is appropriate year-round.

Interview with Geek Queen, Bonnie Burton - Woodsy of MTV Geek's "Woodsy's World of Star Wars" interviews geek lady Bonnie Burton about Star Wars, writing, Bettie page, and more.

Princess Peach goes Zombie - Artist Kody Koala started this fun sculpture with store bougth vinyl pieces.  Check out the link for more photos and also to see more custom action figures (including a zombified Yoshi).


  1. i want that peach statuette <3

  2. Right? There is a zombie Yoshi one that I am loving too!

  3. Here's another one you might want to check out: http://comicsroots.webs.com

    It tries to list everything in comics that first appeared in an adaptation, from well-known things like Harley Quinn and Renee Montoya to minutiae like Spider-Man's organic webspinners or Brainiac's three-circle symbol.


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