Some days, you just feel small.
Superheroes might hog the spotlight in comic books, but new photobookLeaping Tall Buildings: The Origins of American Comicsgives the writers and artists who create them a chance to shine.
“I kind of miss the subversive lowbrow connotation of comics, which were only read by social deviants and outcasts,” said Irving.
LOL! Poor cat
That is fuckin hilarious
Recently, a massive meteorite exploded over Lotus, California, so people have been flying in from all parts of the earthly world in order to claim their piece of otherworldly matter.
Brenda Salverson doesn’t seem to have been caught up in this frenzy, however, as she walked her dog, there was this thing “sitting at my toes like an Easter egg.” Those were the words she used with CBS Sacramento, anyway.
It turned out to be a meteorite worth around $20,000.
Moral of the story: Walk your dog!
Doghouse Diaries created this handy and surprisingly amusing guide to Star Wars arch-nemeses.
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Ooohhh, poor Chewbacca, we feel your pain: the comb gets the best of all of us.
While you’re at it, don’t forget to read the Joss Whedon interview with Wired’s Adam Rogers!
… and the geek shall inherit the earth.
I need to start taking in the gamma rays…
Peak Condition (by Laura Jane Favela)
Do you believe everything Toast says?
This is awesome
An anonymous author’s novel written on the walls of an abandoned house in Chongqing, China