You can tell Heikki Holmas isn’t an American politician in ways other than his name. The dude professes to having a bit of a life-boner when it comes to table top gaming. By the Gods! That’s the Satan’s tool. Holmas goes beyond that, making a pretty spectacular claim about the curative effects of LARPing.
Some master-baker motherfuckers who were cheesed about the ending to Mass Effect 3 decided to voice their displeasure in the form of cupcakes. They did indeed send them yummy-yums to BioWare, who did the solid and donated them to charity.
This is fucking fantastic, right here. Here’s a little existential wonderment to set you up for your weekend. The Solar Dynamics Observatory has caught a solar tornado that is five times bigger than the Earth.
Clerks 2 felt like a hot wet dump on my soul. Having grown up muttering the lines to the original to myself for hours, I don’t know what I expected. I wasn’t even opposed to it in theory. I should have been. It looks like I’ll be getting another drizzling of butt syrup, if Kevin Smith backs up this noise.
You’re unlikely to see a more amazing thing today. Behold the trailer for Step Up Revolution, something so chuck full of insanity that I wish I was there snorting the drugs and krumping to Pitbull while they wrote this script. It’s so, so, so goddamn horrible. I need it.
The Avengers got itself a couple of new TV spots. One in Brazilian, one in Dialect of the Empire flavor! Both of them have Tony Stark and Loki measuring each other’s proverbial hog, leading into the now famous “We have a Hulk” line.
Jordan Mechner is the lad who set the ball rolling that eventually resulted in Jake Gyllenhaal running around shirtless in that awful Prince of Persia movie. It must chilling, watching your work of art used for evil. Mechner hadn’t had his hands on the code that launched a thousand promos of Gyllenhaal’s HGH-fueled pectoral muscles for a decade, but now that’s changed. His dad checked his closet.
Here’s a whole slew of propaganda posters for Hunger Games by Caldwell Tanner and Nathan Yaffe. That’s it. Don’t really have much more to say about the bunch. They’re amusing. Does that work?