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Tag: X-men

Transparent Stained Glass Prints Hang in the Church of Geek

Transparent Stained Glass Prints Hang in the Church of Geek
You don’t have to be religious at all to enjoy these fantasy prints designed to look like stained glass windows. Created by Marissa Garner of Fay Productions, they incorporate a variety of entertaining subjects from Batman to My Little Pony.

X-Men Wolverine Motorcycle Suit From X2 Gets Real

X-Men Wolverine Motorcycle Suit From X2 Gets Real
I like the X-Men; in fact I watch the cartoon with my son sometimes. It reminds me of the cartoons from Saturdays when I was his age. I though the X2: X-Men united film was pretty darn cool too, even if the first flick was better.

Steampunk Professor X Wheelchair: What if… Prof. X was a 19th Century Drunk?

Steampunk Professor X Wheelchair: What if… Prof. X was a 19th Century Drunk?
Then this would definitely be his ride. First class craftsmanship, as befits a powerful telepath. A powerful alcoholic telepath. Forge and Zero probably helped him make the wheelchair, as it’s made of parts from the past 135 years.

Heroes Aren’t Born, They’re Made . . . From LEGO

Heroes Aren’t Born, They’re Made . . . From LEGO
If there’s a reason why most things that come from Pixar are so geek-friendly, it’s probably because most of the people at Pixar are geeks. Take Angus MacLane. He was the Lead Animator on WALL-E, which was well received by most geeks for obvious reasons (robots).

Custom Dead Space Figure Makes Horror Fun Again

Custom Dead Space Figure Makes Horror Fun Again
Real fans don’t buy action figures, whether or not they’re commercially available. Buying things is for wimps. No, the real fan breaks out the paint, dismembers currently-existing figures, and then the real fan makes their own action figures, like Chris Hooton did for the horror game Dead Space.