Empire Magazine is apparently swinging out with a The Dark Knight Rises story, and the covers to the magazine have leaked. Fuck, sometimes I forget how much I’m sweating this movie.
Back to the Future II inculcated in thousands, nay millions, of young people the desire to have self-lacing futuro-sneakers. Finally Nike is coming close to giving us our want. The Nike Air Mag is inspired by the sneakers from the movie, and they’re a limited edition swag created with charity in mind.
I’m not certain why this kid didn’t get a 100. I hope the “see me after class” is to give the motherfucker a high-five in person.
Fuck church, how about some existential masturbation on a Sunday? We are currently on a Blue Rock, floating through the cosmos. This launch photo from the International Space Station underlines such a righteous fact.
The launch photo shows the rising exhausttrail from the rocket just minutes after blast off of the Ariane booster on Feb. 16 from the ESA rocket base in Kourou, French Guiana, South America. The rocket was still on a vertical ascent trajectory to orbit.
Outstanding. So say we all.
Bayonetta’s coming out on my birthday. Bayonetta’s coming out with a special edition. Bayonetta’s coming out on my birthday. Friends, family, brother, parents, girlfriend, thinly-tethered acquaintences, please, please, please, I’m not begging. But chip in and buy this collector’s edition for me for the 360. The picture displays the PS3 edition, but I assume it’ll get some Micro-love as well:
The Bayonetta special edition will contain a soundtrack disc and a hardcover art book, all wrapped up in a spiffy slipcase. So far it’s been announced for the UK, Spain, France and Australia, and will release alongside a standard edition on January 8. Sega of America has not announced anything regarding a US special edition, but it’s safe to assume that such an announcement is likely.
Insert dreamy sigh.