This Paperman cosplay Linden V. found is so fantastic I just can't stand it:
Chris' action shots are hilarious:
And this is my absolute favorite:
(Go see the rest of the photo shoot here.)
Amy Mebberson posted this beyond-brilliant MST3K cosplay from Chicago's Comic Con (C2E2) over the weekend:
LOVE LOVE LOVE.
And just one more cosplay shot, also from C2E2 and posted by Kevin on Twitter, because how could I not post this?
BEST FAMILY PORTRAIT EVER.
Seriously, have you ever seen Gozer cosplay before? Because I haven't! Mega props to all three of these guys!
It's been ages since I shared any good urban decay photos, so here's a huge post of fabulous shots by Frits Vrielink of the Chateau Miranda, an abandoned castle in Belgium. [Warning: first link contains NSFW thumbnail images/ads for other posts. Sorry, guys; they didn't show up in Firefox, so I didn't realize they were there!]
Check Vrielink's site for more; he has a massive portfolio of urban decay photography just like this.
This link has been going around the past few days: 66 Behind-the-Scenes photos from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. You've probably seen most of these before, but c'mon, these just never get old:
Pretty sure I've never seen this shot ( pun intended) of Ford, though:
On a completely random note, this purse looks like a giant binder clip:
For my fellow Dizgeeks, you must - MUST - see the new Mystic Manor ride-through video from Hong Kong DL! It's amazing! People are calling it Hong Kong's version of the Haunted Mansion, but really, it's so different and non-ghost-related that I'd call it an entirely original creation. Check it out:
Doesn't the main guy remind you of the explorer dude from the Fraggles? Anyone? Anyone? And that monkey is TOTALLY Abu, only cuter. Love him.
(I also trust you Dizgeeks have heard about the next 24-hour-Disney day? You can bet I'll be there in the wee hours, taking more pictures!)
And finally, last weekend Jennifer Black asked Wil Wheaton to explain to her newborn baby girl why it's awesome to be a nerd/geek, and then she recorded his answer to play for her daughter later. Happily Jennifer posted that vid for the rest of us to see, too, though. It's super-duper awesome - and all the more so when you consider Wil answered this completely off-the-cuff. I can only aspire to be this eloquent IRL! Grab a tissue and watch:
Which dovetails perfectly with this library poster featuring Simon Pegg:
I found that via Emma Watson, by the way - aka Hermione Granger. How fitting. :D
Oh, and I nearly forgot: time to announce April's Art Give-Away Winner!
So, the randomly selected winner is.... Justy! Congrats, Justy, and please e-mail me your mailing address & choice of art from my Pinterest give-away board. And for everyone else: remember, there's always next month!