Nerd thoughts and images.

14th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from AlyChu with 35,136 notes

I can relate.

Source: brienneoftarth

12th April 2014

Question reblogged from Sometimes, when you fall, you fly. with 19 notes

Anonymous asked: I hate you fake nerd girls. Why dont you die in a fire you slut. I hope you are killed you whore. Women hate nerd stuff they laugh at it. All women are creep shaming whore I hope you are stabbed multiple times and rapes bitch. You fucking cunt


See Exhibit A: Why you don’t have a girlfriend.

I have a new word for people who talk about women like this: Mysoginzazi.

I will do all I can to make “misogynazi” as well-known a word as “feminazi”

9th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from Neolita with 665 notes


commission - Magik, WinterSoldier

for C2E2, SpecialEditionNYC and HeroesCon sketch list:

Great art, outstanding ink work, but Bucky’s got a little bit of Syndrome going on there.

Source: mtakara

9th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from STUPED KID with 34,139 notes


The houses of Game of Thrones reimagined as modern brands (x)

i think i choked on tears at ‘Frey celebrations’

Source: myladycatelyn

7th April 2014

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i’m fuckin done

who is responsible for this I need to know so I can ask them why

What the flying fuck


And just like that, Marvel’s version of Quicksilver cements its already commanding lead into a win, before either movie is even out.

Source: senor-jenkins

7th April 2014

Video reblogged from Nerd Caliber with 8 notes


We interviewed a bunch of cool cosplayers at Anime Boston and asked them what they thought of Disney’s Frozen’s popularity.

Go Grace and Kendra! I think Hans at the end was spot on, but I agree with most of the analyses in here.

28th March 2014

Photoset reblogged from Art of Swords with 1,079 notes


Yemeni Sword 

  • Dated: late 18th century; blade - early 17th century
  • Maker: unknown
  • Culture: Cairo, Egypt and Solingen, Germany
  • Medium: iron or steel, silver and gold, chased
  • Measurements: blade length 80 cm
  • Markings: the running wolf mark of Solingen
  • Inscriptions: in Persian, to the effect that sword belonged to Shah Jahan Badshali Gazie

According to the people at “Oriental-Arms” this type of sword is rather old. They were common in Yemen in the 16th to the late 18th or early 19th century at the most and disappeared or better replaced with the Nimcha style sword at mid to late 19th century.

Several similar exemplars are on exhibit in the main museum of San’a’. The original scabbards for these type of swords usually includes a silver strip spirally bound on it. A very similar spiral binding is also common on Bukhara swords as well as other oriental swords.

Source: Copyright 2014 © The Wallace Collection | Viking Sword


27th March 2014

Video reblogged from Nerd Caliber with 101 notes


Our interview with BelleChere cosplaying as Catwoman at Anime Boston 2014.

As always, she kills it.

18th March 2014

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Avengers: Age of Ultron, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Ant-Man concept art and new images from the Marvel: Assembling a Universe special that aired on ABC. 


Boom boom boom boom!

Kind of missed a big one

Friggin’ teases.


14th March 2014

Photoset reblogged from STUPED KID with 10,496 notes


The Weapons of the Ukrainian Revolution

I thought this was going to be weapons of a zombie apocalypse. The iron-end flail staff is a great anti-zombie tool.

Source: kateoplis