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Article An Open Letter From a Death Star Architect

By Andrew Bridgman / February 12, 2014
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Filed Under   star wars   open letter

Article Pwn Up: Romance of the Three Geekdoms

By Jake Young / February 10, 2014

This week on Pwn Up, we asked to hear about the nerdy, geeky, and otherwise socially-awkward romances you've had or are currently in. If you have a moment so nerdy that you need to tell the Internet about it, we want you to send your submissions to dorklypwnup at gmail 

 

 
Pwn Up: Romance of the Three Geekdoms
 
When my boyfriend and I first met, he introduced me to League of Legends, one of his favorite games.  I sucked hard (of course) but he stuck with me until we were taking on ranked games together.  Every day we would come home from work and play a game (or 7) until we went to bed.  We called this "spending time together" (SPOILER ALERT: it wasn't) and he would give me advice on how to improve my game.  One day, it happened - I mastered a position that he didn't play often, so when he played it I would give HIM advice... and the fights started.  My boyfriend finally uninstalled the game because he feared for our relationship.  And that's how I unintentionally made my boyfriend quit a game he had played for years and spent hundreds of dollars on.  True love right there!
 
-S.

Filed Under   pwn my life   love   pwn up

Article 6 Mobile Game Pick-Up Lines

By Andrew Bridgman / February 10, 2014

6 Mobile Game PickUp Lines

 

6 Mobile Game PickUp Lines

Filed Under   pickup lines   love   mobile gaming   flappy bird

Article Definitive PROOF That Flappy Bird Is Stolen!

By Andrew Bridgman / February 8, 2014

Over the past week or so, the app Flappy Bird has exploded in popularity. It's practically all anyone talks about (when they're not tapping Flappy the Flappy Bird between the pipes of the Fushroom Kingdom that is!). But what if we told you that much of the game's art assets and gameplay were stolen?

See if you can spot what was stolen:

Definitive PROOF That Flappy Bird Is Stolen

Filed Under   flappy bird

Article Who Should Have Actually Been Cast in Batman vs. Superman

By Andrew Bridgman / February 10, 2014

1. Lex Luthor: BRYAN CRANSTON

Who Should Have Actually Been Cast in Batman vs Superman

Bryan Cranston was long rumored for the part of Lex Luthor - the villainous antagonist to Superman. Despite the gravitas and sheer talent he would have brought to the role, they gave it to Jesse Eisenberg. Uh, we wanted HEISENBERG, Zack Snyder, not EISENBERG. Bryan Cranston has already proved he has the menacing glare, the acting ability, and the "looking cool with a shaved head"-ness that the role of Luthor requires.

 

2. Bruce Wayne / Batman: BRYAN CRANSTON

Who Should Have Actually Been Cast in Batman vs Superman

"I am the night"? Psh - try "I AM THE DANGER!" Bryan Cranston could act circles around Ben "Gigli" Affleck. Even when the two shared scenes in Argo, it became clear that Affleck was desperately out of his league next to the Cran-man. Bryan Cranston as Walter White was pretty much Batman already - the voice, the brutal doling out of justice, and - hell - he even had his own Robin in Jesse Pinkman. The true dark knight is Bryan Cranston.

Filed Under   movies   batman   superman   superman vs batman

Article The Greatest Simpsons Mashups on the Internet

By Chloe Cole / February 7, 2014

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With 25 seasons under its belt, The Simpsons is the longest-running animated TV series on U.S. television. The means that fans have had more than enough to do some awesome mashups. Here are some of the best Simpsons mashups the internet has to offer. Enjoy!

 

TV Mashups

Movie Mashups

Video Game Mashups

Filed Under   the simpsons   mashups   fanart   internerd

Article A Brief History of Sonic Redesigns

By Staff / February 6, 2014

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Filed Under   sonic

Article Toplist Results: The 20 Greatest Fictional Detectives of All-Time

By Andrew Bridgman / February 6, 2014

Toplist Results: The 20 Greatest Fictional Detectives of AllTime

After over 400,000 votes, you (the voters) have solved the greatest mystery of all - who's the greatest fictional detective ever? You found the clues, questioned witnesses, planted evidence, threatened the jury...actually, you used some pretty underhanded methods. Regardless, you got results. And here they are - the 20 greatest fictional detectives of all-time!

 

20. Professor Layton

Toplist Results: The 20 Greatest Fictional Detectives of AllTime

While Professor Layton is, obviously, a professor (teaching Puzzology 101 at Why Does Everything Have To Be Puzzles??? University), the reality is that he's really a detective - solving mysteries and puzzles much more than setting office hours for his students. He's like Indiana Jones but if literally everyone Indy ran into made him steal a relic to answer the simplest questions. The top-hatted professor (along with his usual sidekick, Luke) spends his time running around Europe, solving mysteries through time and space, all while having a collar so popped they should call him Bro-fessor Layton.

Filed Under   results   detectives

Article Batman Begins (Retold Through Bruce Wayne's Texts)

By Andrew Bridgman / February 5, 2014
Batman Begins Retold Through Bruce Waynes Texts

Filed Under   batman   texts

Article Other Changes JK Rowling Wants To Make to Harry Potter

By Tony Wilson / February 4, 2014

Over the weekend, JK Rowling shocked the world when she revealed that Hermione Granger should have wound up with Harry Potter instead of Ron Weasley. We followed up with Ms. Rowling and found that this is but one of several changes she would want for the series. Here are some of her other revelations that we found most surprising:

 

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"In my younger years, I erroneously believed that lightning was the coolest thing in the world. I now know that daggers are. They are so cool. I apologize for the pain this may cause some fans, but daggers are just so majorly wicked awesome."

Filed Under   harry potter   jk rowling