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Some interesting teasers have been floating around on the web. These teasers show something from Nickelodeon that hints at a new cartoon network called “The Splat.” Even more interesting is that these teasers seem to hint at the entire network being packed with old cartoons from the ’90s.
South Park fans, start stocking up on your Cheesy Poofs and obscure references-turned-battlecries. Matt Stone and Trey Parker, the creators of the long-running animated series, have confirmed that they are working with THQ and Obsidian for South Park: The Game, a “full scale RPG” for the PS3 and Xbox 360.
We’ve featured a couple of geeky takes on the periodic table of elements, and I’m sure there are more lurking around on the Internet. But this version is a bit more special than the other ones I’ve seen, and not just because it features my favorite Sci-Fi staple – robots!
Anime fans know that what we know as Voltron is actually a mish mash of different animes. The first and perhaps most famous season featured five robot lions that combined to form (say it with me!) VOLTRON: DEFENDER OF THE UNIVERSE.
What every evil robot baby wants: a Mr. Masters poster, featuring 80 of the vilest Robot Masters that Mega Man has ever faced, mashed-up with Mr. Men characters.
These cute villains were drawn by Steve Napierski.
The Mr. Bump alarm clock is very weird but also very appropriate: when its alarm goes off, you can turn it off by hurling it against a wall, or against any hard surface I guess. It’s a gadget that risks being destroyed in order to function, and yet it’s also a gadget that knows its users’ probable response.