This week I come equipped with more links and fewer images. So, join me on a journey around the week that was!
Pioneering science fiction author Ray Bradbury died Tuesday at 91. In his honor, pull your high school copy of “Fahrenheit 451″ off the shelf and pull up a patch of grass this weekend.
Loki loves Jurassic Park and can do a mean raptor impersonation.
Marvel released the first official set photo from Iron Man 3. Now join me in trying to figure out what movie and scene featured each suit.
A Justice League movie is apparently happening…again. In other news, I continue to lobby for my Doom Patrol screenplay to be made.
Gabrielle learned to fear the raw, amoral power of the sun thanks to the Transit of Venus. The sun is always watching you, Gabrielle. Just like Sting and the Police in that one song that everyone thinks is romantic, but then listens to the lyrics and realizes isn’t.
This guy dressed like a zombie to scare his friends and was almost shot. Did you learn nothing from Bill Murray, people? This is why we can’t have nice things.
Upping the odds that someone will make a bad joke about being tired about these mf cyborgs in this mf city, Samuel L. Jackson has joined the RoboCop remake.
For the indie game fans out there – the new Humble Indie Bundle is out.
Rob has a roundup of all the fun distractions that became available to buy this week. If you have the time, give John Carter a shot; it’s not half bad.
Mars One is a privately funded organization that wants to put humans on Mars by 2023. Haven’t we seen this movie before?
Twitter has released a new logo that kind of looks a lot like their old logo.