Article 10 Differences Between the Game of Thrones Books vs. the TV Show

By Andrew Bridgman / April 22, 2014

 As anyone who has read the novels which the popular HBO show Game of Thrones is based on, there are quite a few differences in the television program from the source material. For one, the series is actually called "A Song of Ice and Fire", not "Game of Thrones" (which is actually the name of the first book). But there are way more - here are the ten most important ones:

 

1. In the books, it's Ser Ilyn Payne who spars with Jaime Lannister to help train him with his left hand, not Bronn.

Game of Thrones: Differences Between the Books and the TV Show

 

2. In the books, Theon's sister is named "Asha," not "Uhhh Theon's Sister? The One He Fingerbanged. I can't remember her name"

Game of Thrones: Differences Between the Books and the TV Show

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Article Well, These Videogame Consoles All Look Legit

By Staff / April 17, 2014

Step 1: Pick the worst movie of the year

Step 2: Forget how to spell "Batman"

Step 3: Re-evaluate your life choices

 

Well, These Videogame Products All Look Legit

 

via Technabob

 

 

 

If you're gonna knock off a console, maybe at least choose one of the successful ones.

 

Well, These Videogame Products All Look Legit

 

via My Treamcast

 

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Article 5 Reasons The Non-Superpowered Superhero Thing Is Bullshit

By Jason Iannone / April 18, 2014

Some of our most popular superheroes aren't super at all: they weren't born with special powers, never gained powers via some freak accident, and must rely completely on ingenuity and hard work to succeed. They're just like us!

Except...they absolutely aren't. The "superhero without superpowers" deal sounds nice, until you realize that every single one of them is naturally leveled up to the point where they become superpowered by default. No actual human could possess or accomplish what these people do, so the implication that these people are powerless, yet still super somehow, is pure bullshit.

So what amazing powers does your favorite non-powered hero possess? 100% of the time, they'll boast one or more of the following ...

 

1. Endless, Obscene Wealth

 

5 Reasons The NonSuperpowered Superhero Thing Is Bullshit

 

It's generally accepted that non-powered heroes need oodles of cash to make their violent hobby work. But even the richest of the rich have limits to their wealth; only about a hundred people on Earth have more than $10 billion in the piggy bank, after all. If anyone else were to spend money recklessly on some super-secret hero lifestyle, they'd be broke before they knew it. Even the super-rich would have trouble balancing their checkbook after a while, and once they start having to gather dimes to buy a Big Mac, they'd probably reconsider blowing another $15,000,000 on a camouflaging fighter jet.

But people like Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark do not have this problem. Not only are they ludicrously rich, but they stay ludicrously rich, and actually get ludicrously richer despite blowing untold amounts of cash on everything-proof armor, vehicles more powerful than every military tank on the planet combined, elaborate hideaways that are more difficult to access than Disney's Club 33, high-tech weapons, computers that can do literally anything, and sky-high medical bills.

Are they ever even hurting for money one teensy tiny bit? Of course not! Their businesses never fail (and if they do, they quickly come bck and their fortunes remain as mysteriously limitless as ever.) They have the power to piss money away and, as anyone who has struggled to keep the lights on or put food on the table can tell you, that might be the greatest superpower of all.

Filed Under   batman   iron man   superheroes   powers   green arrow

Article There's Something Seriously Wrong With Anakin Skywalker's Shadow

By Andrew Bridgman / April 22, 2014

Theres Something Seriously Wrong With Anakin Skywalkers Shadow

  1. Some Guy

    Hey, kid! HEY!

  2. Anakin

    What? What is it?

  3. Some Guy

    There is something SERIOUSLY messed up with your shadow.

  4. Anakin

    What do you OH SHIT YOU'RE RIGHT

  5. Some Guy

    Like, I know we got two suns here on Tatooine and that messes with the shadows, but yours looks like a freakin' Elmers Glue container or something.

  6. Anakin

    I was gonna say - looks sorta like a lady in a mumu with a really bad bob haircut.

  7. Some Guy

    You don't think it might have some kind of...ominous warning, do you?

  8. Anakin

    You mean a....foreshadow?

  9. (the two laugh uproariously)
  10. Some Guy

    Haha, good one. But for real - even in a galaxy filled with weird aliens and a magic Force that binds all life together, that's some fucked up shit going on there with your shadow. You probably got space cancer or something.

Article Introduction to Cosbplay

By Staff / April 22, 2014

Cosbplay (n.) - the act of dressing in a sweater with a bizarre, often elaborate design, much like those made famous by comedian Bill Cosby. Basically cosplaying Cosby.

The Best Cosbplay

via Flinnt

 

Cosbplay is part of our culture now. Even Kanye West does it.

The Best Cosbplay

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Article I Think Something's Wrong With My Buzzfeed Quiz Results

By Andrew Bridgman / April 23, 2014

 I Think Somethings Wrong With My Buzzfeed Quiz Results

 

 

I Think Somethings Wrong With My Buzzfeed Quiz Results

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Article Japan Is Making An Episode of 'Adventure Time'

By Staff / via Vulture / April 21, 2014

Japan Is Making An Episode of Adventure Time

Anime director Masaaki Yuasa (The Tatami Galaxy, Kaiba) will be making an episode of Adventure Time for the upcoming sixth season - and they've already released a clip from the episode. Naturally, it's extremely weird - although Adventure Time is already a pretty weird show on its own before an outsider who primarily works in anime takes over.

Article Must-See Comic Artists That Will Be At C2E2

By Jake Young / April 19, 2014

Fun Fact: Comic Book Conventions have Comic Books.

At this year's C2E2 they're bringing in some real heavy hitters from the world of comic art. It's these folks that helped build the worlds, characters and imagery that are the backbone of the mass-media franchises we know and love. Here's just a small sample of the amazing storytellers that will be appearing in Chicago this year.

 

Adi Granov

There's no artist more responsible for bringing Iron Man into the 21st Century than Adi Granov. Starting with the Extremis storyline by Warren Ellis and working as a key concept artist for Marvel Studios, Adi's Shellhead is the definitive edition.

C2E2 Weekends: MustSee Comic Artists That Will Be There

C2E2 Weekends: MustSee Comic Artists That Will Be There

Filed Under   comics   c2e2   c2e2 weekends   artists

Article The Dorkly Fan Art Expo: The 40 Pieces of Fan Art You'll See There

By Staff / April 21, 2014

The Dorkly Fan Art Expo: Welcome

Welcome to The Dorkly Fan Art Expo - online version! For those of you not aware, Dorkly's going to be at this year's C2E2, showing off some of the best fan art from the internet but IN REAL LIFE. We asked you to submit your fan art, and you responded in droves. These are the 40 pieces that we selected to appear at the convention.

If you're not going to be able to attend C2E2 this year, you can check out what you're missing. If you will be going to C2E2, this is just a preview!

Filed Under   fan art expo   c2e2   c2e2 weekends

Article Things You Didn't Know About These C2E2 Guests Will Blow Your Mind

By Staff / April 20, 2014

 

1. Chandler Riggs (Carl Grimes on The Walking Dead) is a popular Let's Play-er on Youtube

Things You Didnt Know About These C2E2 Guests Will Blow Your Mind

 

2. Alfie Allen (Theon Greyjoy on Game of Thrones) is the younger brother of Lily Allen - and wrote a song about him, titled Alfie.

 Things You Didnt Know About These C2E2 Guests Will Blow Your Mind

Filed Under   fan art expo   c2e2   c2e2 weekends