Who doesn’t love boobs? NO ONE, I tell you. Even girls love boobs. If they’re good girls, that is, as evidenced by most of the boob-friendly cosplayers out there.
Yet with the recent surfacing of certain online videos and Kickstarter campaigns, the validity of boobage seems to be up for debate.
Take comics artist Aaron Diaz, aka Dresden Codak, who took the time to explore the varying cleavage of different superheroines — Power Girl, Wonder Woman, etc. — and determine whether it’s a good or bad, albeit in a strictly superheroine utilitarian sense. Continue reading “DAILY BOOBS: Cleavage — Superheroine Highlight or Hindrance? (Infographic)” »
Gibbard, a Seattle resident and self-proclaimed baseball enthusiast, posted on his Soundcloud profile:
“I wrote this a few years ago. Today seems like the best day to let you all hear it. Thank you, Ichiro.” Continue reading “DAILY SOUNDCLOUD: Go, Go, “Ichiro’s Theme” Song Takes Over Internet” »
With every iPhone/google app on the face of the planet having the potential to do everything from reminding you to change you oil to driving your car when you feel like you’re about to fall asleep, it would seem post it notes would be all but extinct.
But thanks to the internet, they have found a use in this video, Mario – Post It Life, compliments of Final Cut King. Continue reading “DAILY VIRAL VIDEO: Super Animated Mario Takes Off, Using 7,000 Post It Notes” »
Perhaps the least interesting of the ongoing comic book debates in this geek world, the ‘Aquaman vs. Sub-Mariner’ debate often still seems alive — in comic book shops, on the pages of comic book websites, in short films, etc. Thanks to Lumberjack Films, Aquaman now might even be on the verge of a comeback and cooler than ever. Continue reading “DAILY ONLINE SERIES: Aquaman is Cooler Than You” »
The glitch will cause the character class to continually regenerate health which comes just one day after players discovered another exploit for the Wizard class.
Players can invoke the Barbarian exploit quite simply by performing a Furious Charge with a dreadnaught rune at a certain point in Act III. Performing the Furious Charge just prior to the cutscene that occurs right before battling Cydaea in the Arreat Crater will cause the game to think that all following moves towards enemies is a Furious Charge, which both deals damage and regenerates your character’s health. Continue reading “DAILY GAMING: Diablo 3′s Barbarian Class Exploit for Health Regeneration” »
Anyways, when we speculated how it might one day be a feature-length film, we were only half-serious…but on Friday news broke that it’s attracted the attention of Hollywood director McG, and that 20th Century Fox is making it into a movie. For somewhat obvious reasons, this is both a good and also potentially lame thing. Continue reading “DAILY CINEMA: Amazing Post-Apocalyptic Online Short ‘Ruin’ Gets Picked Up by Hollywood” »
Apparently that’s the case, as a group of researchers at both the Online Privacy Foundation and Florida Atlantic University have teamed up with a data competition website called Kaggle, using a mathematic system to make such determinations.
Via Geekosystem, some of the determining factors sound pretty random: usage of periods, curse and filler words (which, according to an online dictionary, are are empty, unneeded words that restrict conversations and are often used to fill in gaps and pauses in conversations — ‘uh’, ‘umm’, ‘well’, etc.).
Still others seem pretty obvious: amount of times the person uses the word ‘hate’ and words like ‘we’ (perhaps indicating multiple personality disorder?). Continue reading “DAILY TECH: Can Twitter Identify Psychopaths?” »
The official Playstation Blog conducted an interview with the Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima about the franchises 25th anniversary and whats next for Kojima Productions. Kojima talks about his early days with Konami and the very first MGS in 1987 all the way until the present where we are all eagerly awaiting news on MGS 5 and the Fox Engine.
Kojima talks about his cross over from game designer on MGS (1998) to producer and director with full creative control by the time the controversial Metal Gear Solid: Sons of Liberty hit in 2001. Continue reading “DAILY GAMING: Hideo Kojima Talks 25 Years of MGS, Plans To Show Off Fox Engine Aug.30” »
I’m sure this guy gets along well with his wife. And didn’t mean to scare the bejesus out of his kids and her, who were sitting in the backseat. All that said, I’m sort of looking forward to the day I can do this to anyone who I’m riding in a car with.
In this case, Driver Manny Perez (not the Third Watch/Cold Case/CSI actor guy) saw that the huge mack truck being towed in front of him could be made to look like it was heading straight at his family, if he maneuvered his car fast enough.
So he does, waking her just as they’re getting close to it. Continue reading “DAILY VIRAL VIDEO: Man Fakes Wife Into Thinking They’re Going to Crash” »
This is due to a myriad of health problems — the nervous system loses its ability to grow and move appendages, and the body gradually deteriorates, leaving the patient with severe difficulty in moving and even breathing. If developed while still a child, the victim rarely makes it to their 10th birthday.
So when the Seattle Chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation received Colby’s wish to get a little help finding and solving a real-life mystery, they pretty much gave it their all. It was their 5000th to date, and ended up taking several months to get together. Continue reading “DAILY DEED: 12 Year-Old Detective Colby Hunts Down and Captures Supervillain” »
The words ‘mashup’ and ‘Germany’ are ordinarily the last two words merged together that would make me want to listen to music, as it invariably brings to mind the likes of Sprockets/Taco/Autobahn, stuff like that. Mashup Germany, however, is really about merging mostly American songs by bands of varying popularity (Aerosmith and Marcy Playground?), and doing it his own unique way — with a little help from the very talented DJ Schmolli.
The end result is the opposite of what I expected: something both undeniably infectious and catchy as hell.
It helps that MG’s chameleon-like voice aptly captures the croon of Sinatra, makes the aforementioned Marcy’s Playground even better, and Continue reading “DAILY SOUNDCLOUD: Mashup Germany Merges The Best of American Pop” »
Seedling is a new flash based game for your browser that is strongly influenced by Zelda: Link To The Past. In fact, it’s so similar its about as close as you will get to the real thing. Seedling isn’t a remake though, it is an entirely new adventure and it is totally free. Check out the video below to see some gameplay footage.
Created by Connor Ullmann, who is just 19 years of age, Seedling is an action adventure game that is heavily influenced by the early Zelda games with sound and graphics reminiscent of the NES era. Players control a very small boy in a massive open world ripe with sprawling over-world areas, dungeons, weapons, enemies and items. Continue reading “DAILY GAMING: New Free Game ‘Seedling’ Influenced by Zelda: Link To The Past” »
Portal 2′s Space Core will be making a trip into space, or at least a laser engraved image of it is (full image below). The Space Core image is engraved onto a Japanese resupply craft with a caption just below it reading, “In Spaaaaaaace!”.
According to the official Portal 2 blog (via Kotaku) an anonymous tech from Nasa got away with laser engraving the Space Core image on the Japanese HTV-3 resupply craft which will be on its way to the International Space Station. At this point it is unclear who is actually responsible for the engraving, all we know is that NASA has nothing to do with Portal 2 or an engraving there of. Could it have possibly been the work of a lone NASA tech? Continue reading “DAILY PHOTO: Portal 2′s Space Core Goes To Space” »
When a traveling Mississippi family caught a car drifting into a lane of oncoming traffic, either asleep (or perhaps unconscious, no one’s sure yet) at the wheel, they sounded their horn frantically to try and wake him up.
To no avail, unfortunately, as the car managed to drift over into the opposing freeway and oncoming traffic — at an estimated 70 mph.
There are train wrecks and then there’s helplessly waiting Continue reading “DAILY VIRAL VIDEO: Car On Wrong Side Of The Road Causes Brutal Collision” »
In less than 6 weeks Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition has surpassed 3 million in sales according to XBLA Fans (via GT). Together with the PC version of the game, sold for $20 on XBLA, revenues have reached over $150,000,000.
Believe it or not the 3 million in sales on XBLA is record setting, no other title on Xbox Live Arcade has ever reached this milestone. Keeping in mind that many titles don’t reach 3 million in sales after being on the service for several years. Minecraft has done it in just over 2 months making it the best selling XBLA title since the console was introduced in November 2005. Continue reading “DAILY GAMING: Minecraft Sells Over 3 million Units On XBLA” »
Our thoughtS are with those who were killed and injured last night enjoying a film millions have us have been anticipating for over year.
There will always exist EVIL the world, we can only suppress it with the good will we wish to bestow on those around us. May those who died last night live on in the love and care we continue to share with each other.
Despite Nolan and Tom Hardy going back and dubbing in Bane’s voice for the final cut of The Dark Knight Rises, there’s still a few reports that the villain is still difficult to understand.
That’s pretty much the subject of L.A.-based AwesomenessTV’s Dark Knight parody, who believes that Bane and Batman’s problems are the result of a communication breakdown.
And if only they could comprehend each other, Batman and Bane would play on the swing set, walk on the beach, take instagram photos, text one another, and get Cold Stone. Continue reading “DAILY ONLINE SERIES: Bane and Batman, BFFs 4-Eva” »
A new video from Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance was released today that features 3 minutes of gameplay (below) (via The Verge). The footage is a VR tutorial sequence where Raiden, the game’s protagonist, shows of his “Blade Mode” abilities as well as some of his basic combat moves.
Blade Mode allows the player to slow down time in order to make precise cuts on enemies, cars, watermelons and other things. At one point in the video we see Blade Mode allow Raiden to precisely cut an enemy in order to safely free a hostage. Continue reading “DAILY GAMING: Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Brand New GamePlay Video” »
“Sick, Epic, Dope, Banging” is the latest track from Drop Goblin — it compares favorably to Skrillex, with hints of Deadmau5 and Bare Noize thrown in and ultimately forms an epic drop.
Drop Goblin describes it as: Continue reading “DAILY SOUNDCLOUD: Drop Goblin Drops Huge Dubstep In “Sick, Epic, Dope, Banging”” »
If you’re familiar with anime in the least, you probably know that Miyazaki’s Princess Mononoke is among the most beloved in the entire canon of Japanese Animation. And now it’s being turned into a stage production.
Both Studio Ghibli (the people that produced the original animation) and Whole Hog Theatre, the London-based company behind the stage adaptation will be working together on the production — and based on this news (as well as the image seen), here’s hoping this fares better than Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark did with some critics. Continue reading “DAILY ANIME: Princess Mononoke Being Turned Into, Uh, a Stage Play” »