These earrings are amazingly detailed replicas of the door knockers in the movie Labyrinth. They’re the work of deviantArtist buzhandmade and unfortunately are not for sale. I’ve always found the one with the ring in his mouth to be a bit confusing. If it bothers him to have it shoved in his mouth so he has to mumble, why doesn’t he just open his mouth and spit the ring on the ground?
I wouldn’t think paper pixels would hold up in the shower, but what do I know?
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Christopher Nolan may be producing Zack Snyder‘s Man of Steel, but he’s maintaining a hands off policy when it comes to the actual production. He recently talked about the differences and difficulties in bringing Superman to the big screen compared to his signature Batman franchise.
“Zack was the perfect man to take this on; he is unbelievably skilled at creating a coherent, cohesive world. Whether it’s a very stylized world, like 300, or something that’s more challenging, more varied, like he did with Watchmen.”
“In my honest appraisal, taking on Superman and creating that world is far more difficult than creating the world of the Dark Knight. He has a lot of finishing to do on the movie — it has a very long post production schedule because, unlike Batman, Superman flies.”
“I actually feel guilty talking about it because I’m sitting here having nothing to do to it. I try to be as supportive as I can, and I’m just amazed by what he is doing. It’s not something I would know how to do.”
If you were still on the fence concerning Man of Steel does Nolan’s opinion push you one way or the other? Nolan’s amazement of Snyder’s work is reassuring that Snyder may have captured the Superman mythos in a way fans will respond positively to.
Man of Steel hits theater screens on June 14th, 2013.
Each and every week we scour the Internet for nothing but the best in nerdy art. We leave no digital stone unturned, we poke and prod every nook and cranny of the Interwebz. Why? Because we love you, and we love to bring you weekly feed of nerd art. On with the dump!
J-Estacado must really love the work of famed pin-up artist Gil Elvgren, so much so that he made his own tribute piece to Gil with DC Comics Zatanna in place of Gil’s girls. He really nails it too, right down to the black negligee she has on in the tribute piece. Now that’s some real magic. [Nudity and Nerdery]
Hit the jump for the abominable snowman, puppies in costumes and moar.
One of the most popular shows of the last few years, Game of Thrones has been integrating into so many fan bases that it’s hard to keep count. Luckily, Miguel Lokia has saved the day with his series of “Houses” based on famous pop cultures characters, including Jack Sparrow and the House of House. They’re all great sounding houses, but you can’t beat House Lannister and the mighty Tyrion Lannister. [Geek-Art]
Bioware had a smash hit with Mass Effect 3, but they would shatter all records if they borrowed from Amales and released a bit of Mass Ferret DLC content. Just the promotional material alone would sell a couple hundred of those after which the sea of hate towards the ending will last for years. [Game Freaks]
Back when I was really young I was terrified of the abominable snowman in the Rudolph Christmas special, this piece by Chirstine Larsen cements my fear. Just seeing the look in that blood covered monsters eyes brings back so many bad memories. Show this to your kids if you’re looking to scare them into good behavior. [Comics Alliance]
This Hobbit/Sherlock crossover by Irise is just one of many that have been popping up since Martin Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch were cast. With their connection to both we can be sure there’s going to be thousands more like this popping up in the next few years. [Deviant Art]
Bobba Fett is the galaxy’s best bounty hunter, especially when it comes to hunting down the ladies. Am I right? [Nerd Sexin's]
Doctor Who is back in full force and ready for 2013 in a big way, so why not have ElectroCereal do amazing pieces for the Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Doctors just for the hell of it? With each drawing featuring it’s own Doctor, villains and famous companions each drawing is a refresher course in the who’s who of Doctor Who. Good luck saying that three times fast. [Geek Tyrant]
Skin-tight suit, check; Fuzzy white fur, check; the Black Cat is ready for another night of high class theft and criminal activity. Dan Don Fuga is pretty damn good at drawing the ladies of the Marvel universe. We’ll definitely have Don back on here again soon. [Tech Sergant Jenn]
Spoiler alert! This drawing by maruco sums up the first half of Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit pretty nicely, lots of food and not enough action. If it wasn’t for the hope that The Hobbit will surely make up for itself next year, I would loath this piece.[Lado Inverso]
He’s come for Sarah Connor — and a squeaky toy. Brian Rubenacker must really like Boston Terriers, he’s featured the dog breed in a small series of portraits based on pop culture icons like the T-800 and Clockwork Orange’s Alex. Dogs love this man, but cats…we won’t even go there. [XombieDIRGE]
Earlier this month we featured this Walking Dead / The Good, The Bad and The Ugly mashup for $25.56—but you can grab it today only for just $10!
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This steampunk bag was made by Delireus out of brass, nickel and leather. Believe it or not, this is her first attempt at this kind of project. It took about 20 hours over the course of three weeks to put it all together. It measures 5.5 inches wide x 5.75 tall x 2 inches deep so it’s not overly large, but she says it is a bit heavy. The only thing she didn’t make herself is the locking clasp.
She plans to improve on this version down the line by making one with a leather body as opposed to a wood shell. If this is her first attempt, I can’t even imagine how good the next one will look! We’re just hoping she puts them up for sale on Etsy.
See more pictures after the break…
We’ve been seeing a lot of mash-ups with the Disney princesses in the Star Wars universe, but this one imagines them in one a bit closer to home. DeviantArtist Hapuriainen has taken all the Disney princesses, and some of their other characters, and styled them as Pok mon trainers that could likely give Ash a run for his money.
See more pictures after the break…
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This steampunk keyboard wrist guard is a gorgeous accessory that actually works! It would be impressive enough if it was just for looks, but Etsy seller BruteForceStudios went one further when they created a cosplay accessory that looks old-school, but is exactly the opposite.
The keyboard features:
– 3-in-1 multimedia wireless keyboard (Keyboard, TouchPad, Laser Pointer)
– Control your media while sitting on the sofa, lounging in bed, up to 100 feet away
– Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery with a short re-charge time
– Includes mini 2.4 GHz USB wireless receiver
– Wireless receiver stores inside keyboard when not in use
– Stand-by time: 500 – 700 hours
– Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7
– Mac OS 10.x or lower
– Linux (Debian 3.1 / Redhat 9.0 / Ubuntu 8.10 / Fedora 7.0)
Each of these wrist guards is handmade and takes about 8-10 weeks from start to finish so order well-in advance of when you plan to wear this incredible piece.
See more pictures and a video after the break…
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Ready for a dose of adorable?
Three-year-old Kieran wanted “to have a Spider-Man” for Christmas. His dad told this to a friend, and that friend dressed like Santa and brought a wrapped Spider-Man with him. Kieran unwraps his present and acts way cooler than I would in the same situation. Spidey shows him moves, hangs out, and sings with him. It’s the best. And one of my favorite parts is that Spidey wears red Chucks to complete his outfit.
Watch the video after the break.
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If you tried to purchase a scarf that would go with most outfits in your wardrobe, you’d probably own a ton of them (like me). Save yourself the hassle, and get one or two of these Perfect Matching Scarves instead. The clever design features six Pantone chip colors in various hues – this ensures they are bound to match one of your articles of clothing!
Check out another pic after the break.
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Yesterday we brought up a rather questionable quote in an article published by Reuters referencing a possible plot piece in the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII. The writer, Michael McDonald, didn’t seem to have much of a source when he dropped the proverbial thermite boring charge on nerds everywhere, casually announcing that the new movie would feature Luke Skywalker returning to Yavin 4 to start a new Jedi Temple. The Force.Net reached out to McDonald to ask WTF?
“This was a mistake. I misunderstood what fan clubs had told me and shown me in book plots and that story line has not been announced by Disney. Perhaps I should have written something along the lines of ‘Yavin 4 appears in several Star Wars book plots and while Guatemala fans said they hope film crews return to Tikal, the company has not announced plans for the new episode.’”
So it really was all just a misunderstanding after all, confusion between fan fantasy and the Star Wars Expanded Universe. Personally I am glad this news came out quick and we can quash this rumor before it spread to far. Now we can return to our regular wild Episode VII speculation and rumor spreading.
Source: The Force.Net
Looks like the world eater known as Disney may be setting it’s sights on another license — the BlueSkyDisney blog is reporting that the Star Wars comic book license will leave Dark Horse Comics at the end of it’s present deal and return to Marvel Comics, a Disney owned company.
BlueSkyDisney — which was called “rather reliable” in Bleeding Cool‘s report about the possible switch– went on to say that:
As for the past, Dark Horse President Mike Richardson spoke about the future of the Star Wars franchise at Dark Horse to CBR at the end of October when Disney bought Lucas Film:
“Dark Horse and LucasFilm have a strong partnership which spans over 20 years, and has produced multiple characters and story lines which are now part of the Star Wars lore,” said Richardson. ”‘Star Wars’ will be with us for the near future. Obviously, this deal changes the landscape, so we’ll all have to see what it means for the future.”
Confident, but certainly not definitive.
On paper, Disney’s move makes sense in a post Lucas Film/Disney… world: now they can use their comic division (Marvel) to help promote the upcoming slate of Star Wars films. That likely means prequel comics that may be used to introduce new characters prior to their on-screen debuts, tie ins, and a cross promotional bonanza.
The question is: is that the most effective use of the Star Wars comic brand?
For 20 plus years, Dark Horse Comics has been the home of Star Wars branded comics. Presently Dark Horse holds about 5% of market share, but a larger share of the buzz in the industry thanks to Hellboy, Whedonverse comics (which Dark Horse aligned with the addition of the Angel license), a slew of acclaimed creator-owned books, and also the strength of their Star Wars books.
Why are those books so strong? Because there is a focus on quality and talent (John Ostrander, Brian Wood, etc) above all other things.
We’ve all read bad licensed comics. There are companies that seem like that’s all they churn out. Dark Horse is not one of those, and though it would have been easy to do so, they’ve done a great bit more than just slap a Star Wars logo on a piece of derivative space crap and hope that the pull of that shining logo keeps them fat.
Will that be the case at Marvel? Is there any way that that overall quality could possibly continue with a more corporatised focus on revenue maximization by way of cross-promotional marketing opportunities? Possibly, and maybe Marvel will rise to the occasion and flesh out, in a full and impactful way, the outer reaches of the Star Wars universe as Dark Horse has, but I don’t think that’s why they’re potentially looking to acquire it and that is a shame for those who love Star Wars comics.
Marvel’s history with the license likely has little to do with this prospective deal as well, but it is worth mentioning.
Before Dark Horse acquired the license back in 1990, Marvel had held it — literally sitting on it for four years without releasing a book. For nine years though, from 1977 to 1986, Marvel was the place for Star Wars comics and they benefited greatly from it.
Keith Veronese wrote a great article on this for IO9, and I urge you to check it out, but here are some of the main beats:
Marvel was in a state of disarray in the late 70s before the Star Wars license fell into their laps for free, thanks to the efforts of former editor-in-chief Roy Thomas, who proposed the comic to Marvel after Stan Lee had rejected it.
Remember, this is before New Hope’s release, so no one really knew what Star Wars was back then. Obviously that quickly changed and the book — initially an adaptation of New Hope before they expanded to the un-touched universe in later arcs — became a massive hit for Marvel, outselling The Amazing Spider-Man and other stalwarts.
“Star Wars was a tremendous hit and kept the company alive during a very tough time. That book kept the company going.” said former editor Jim Shooter to IO9.
That company, Marvel, is now going strong of course and not in the market for a savior. They just want a new toy — a toy that they hopefully don’t break.
Sources: IO9, BlueSkyDisney, Bleeding Cool, Diamond Comics
Last night we got our first really good look at the new TARDIS interior. Our best look will come when it’s officially revealed during the Doctor Who Christmas special, “The Snowmen” in six days. It’s hard to imagine it’s so close, yet still so far away.
Now, I had assumed the TARDIS was getting a facelift in celebration of the series reaching its golden anniversary, and while that’s probably true, Steven Moffat shared his reasons for the redesign at a screening of the new episode,
I thought we’d been getting progressively whimsical with the interior of the TARDIS. And I started to think, ‘Well, why is that? It’s not a magical place. It’s actually a machine. And actually potentially, as you’ll see more spectacularly later, quite a scary place sometimes. We make a lot of use of that.
It’s true the TARDIS has looked very different throughout the series’ reboot than it did during its previous 26 year run. I’m definitely a fan of this new retro look, you?
Besides the TARDIS talk, Moffat also teased more about their plans for the big 5-0 celebration. And in true Moffat style, he reveals absolutely nothing,
[Plans] are immense, they are considerable. They will be full of tremendous surprises. But they wouldn’t be surprises if I accidentally said them now, would they? No, we’re not telling you. But I promise you, we’re going to take over television. Trust me.
I do trust in Moffat, and I only get more excited thinking about plans which would “take over television.” The series officially returns in April, should we expect April to be Doctor Who month? And what about the actual anniversary date in November? Surely they’ll have something planned for then.
Source: Doctor Who TV
Earlier this week, the Director’s Guild of America hosted a sold out screening of The Avengers, which also featured a Q&A with none other than the film’s writer and director Joss Whedon. Naturally, nothing even remotely newsworthy came out of the discussion.
While being grilled by Jeff Goldsmith of Backstory Magazine, Whedon let slip some subtle info about the team’s next challenge in The Avengers 2, and how The Wasp almost made the cut. As for the former, Whedon’s references about the future of the franchise began with a discussion of its past. Whedon says that he originally had more than one villain in mind for the film saying that he felt that the team needed more than Loki to justify their teaming up.
“But it took me a long time to accept that because I was like, ‘they need someone to hit,’” Whedon said. When pressed to say who that villain would be, Whedon said, “I’m not gonna tell you that because that person might crop up another time.”
As for his attempts to get in another one of the founding members of The Avengers into the script, it seemed that the director’s attempts to recruit The Wasp might have cost the film Scarlett Johansson‘s Black Widow. “[I wrote a] very Wasp-y draft,” said Whedon but, “it was way too Wasp-y. Cause I was like, ‘She’s adorable!’ I’m just gonna write her!’”
Another piece of interesting quotable that came out of the Q&A was Whedon’s response to which Star Wars is better: A New Hope or The Empire Strikes Back? “I still believe that even though The Empire Strikes Back is better in innumerable ways than Star Wars,” said Whedon. “Star Wars wins because you can’t end a movie with Han frozen in Carbonite. That’s not a movie, it’s an episode.”
And on the subject of franchising films, let’s just say that the filmmaker isn’t a fan of using one movie to tee up a series. “I rail against those movies,” he said. “Let’s just take a moment of honesty here and say Jumper.”
The Q&A will likely make a future podcast episode of The Q&A With Jeff Goldsmith. Watch your iTunes queue for it.
Well that’s a bold statement from Zombieland and Gangster Squad director Ruben Fleischer, recently minted director of the constantly in-development movie version of the video game Spy Hunter. Directors ranging in talent from John Woo to Paul W.S. Anderson have all had their turn, but Fleischer seems confident that he knows what to do to get this thing to the screen. Let’s go the quote from Coming Soon:
We’ll see what happens. If I can make any movie, it would be a James Bond movie. I’ve always loved the genre but I don’t think they’ll hire an American to direct a James Bond movie, I’ve been told, so for me, ‘Spy Hunter’ is an opportunity to create a new spy franchise. It sounds silly but that was my favorite video game when I was a kid and it had a great title and a great theme song, but there’s no real other associations that people have with it other than a cool car, so I feel like there’s a lot of room for us to invent a new character and a new series. I think just the Spy Hunter that is the most bad-ass spy who hunts down rogue spies is a really cool launch pad for an idea and I hope that we can bring it to life.
He’s right about Americans not being hired to direct James Bond movies, which is one of the reasons why Steven Spielberg always called Indiana Jones his “James Bond.” But as for a straight up American James Bond, I think they tried that already and called it xXx starring Vin Diesel, and it sucked. Maybe Fleischer will have better luck though, we’ll keep you posted.
Source: Geek Tyrant
Hello Kitty fashion has really changed over the years. The Sanrio character is still adorable, but now she’s also featured on chic designs. This “Mew Complete Me” skirt mixes the two and has just the right amount of playfulness.
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This fleece hat probably won’t give you special healing abilities like Deadpool has nor will it alter your brain cells and block psychic attacks, but it will keep your head warm. It will also make you look more awesome. What more do you need?
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All comic book movies have some sort of connection to a story arc, regardless of all the Hollywood effects and big budget movie stars attached to it. The Avengers had a loose connection to the formation of the super group and the Christopher Nolan Batman series drew from the influential Batman: Year One, The Long Halloween and No Man’s Land.
With Justice League screenwriter Will Beale looking to draw inspiration from a storyline he has years of them to work with, but according to do our good friends over at the Latino Review he’s already zeroed in on his pick.
“In a nutshell, plotwise, the three issue arc involves Darkseid planning the destruction of Earth by blasting it with a ray that’ll move Apokolips (Darkseid’s planet) into the Earth’s place.”
This little blurb refers to issues #183 to 185 of Justice League America, a storyline from the 1980s run by Gerry Conway and George Perez. Arguably, there are better storylines to work with, but many see Darkseid as a great introductory villain to serious players like Brainiac, Doomsday, or, dare I say it, Epoch the Lord of Time. I personally would cry foul on all this, but the Latino Review has an oddly strong track record of making the right calls when it comes to these comic book movies.
They do however also have a track record of being attached to a lot of the rumors that have been started in the past year. Remember the whole mess that came about from Ben Affleck being rumored to direct? Until there’s some further proof to the claim we’ll have to keep an open mind and well be sure to keep you updated.
Justice League is due out in theaters sometime in 2015.
Nerdy Bits: Borderlands 2 Cosplay, TARDIS PC, Walking Dead as a Disney Movie, Hobbit: The Musical, and MOAR!
Every day the internet produces an astounding amount of goodies and gems. Most hilarious, some amusing, but all worth at least a few seconds of your time. We here at Nerd Bastards try to bring you the best bits of news and nerdery the webz has to offer, with a bit of snark thrown in. But sometimes not everything makes the cut. Monday through Friday we’ll be bringing you our inbox leftovers, our forgotten bookmarks, the nerdy bits that simply slipped through the cracks. You can submit items to Nerdy Bits by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOVE: Nebulaluben cosplaying as Lilith From Borderlands 2. Pretty girl and explosions, pretty much my two favorite things. [FashionablyGeek]
Frosty the LEGO man, was a jolly happy brick. With a rounded head and a long piece mouth and two eyes made of wheels.[ObviousWinner]
A gingerbread hobbit-hole. To eat or not to eat that’s the question. [Nerdalicious]
This is either a British persons mouth, or Batman. Either way, someone needs to lay off the meth. [9gag]
Romulan Ale. While you might become hypnotized by its blue color, be warned: While there is no alcohol in the beverage, there ARE 84 mg of caffeine in each 8.4 oz. can.
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What The Walking Dead would like like as a Disney film. Pretty bad-ass, if you ask me. [BuzzFeed]
Crash Bandicoot in real life. Because Super Mario in real life is too mainstream. [GeeksAreSexy]
LEGO stop motion expert Alex Kobbs’ entry to the 2012 Machinima Interactive Film Festival is made of a series of short sequences from Portal 2, mixed with a few amusing original scenes. [TheAwesomer]
Hobbit the musical. This actually came close to reconciling me to the fact there are three of them! Just as the musical said – “there’s never too much Middle Earth for me”. [Vulture]
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Matt Smith on his Eventual ‘Who’ Exit: “All Good Things Come to an End”, Plus Another Peek at the New TARDIS
In two weeks we’ll get our holiday dose of Doctor Who, the Christmas special that’ll hopefully keep Whovians content until the season returns later in 2013. Ha! Like it’s possible to be content and happy with the Who you have, we’re always craving more.
Continuing to promote “The Snowmen,” Matt Smith was chatting with Bangshowbiz and was asked again about his Who exit plans,
We’ve got Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary coming up in November 2013, and one assumes there’ll be another Christmas special after that, and I’d hope to be part of it. I take each year as it comes. All good things come to an end, but my mum is aghast at the thought of me ever not being the Doctor. The show is the star and will continue without me.
I’m committed to it next year and will sit down with Steven Moffat and see where we go from there. I’ve no immediate plans to leave. I’m around for a whole year and that’s a long time.
Maybe someone could play the Doctor for seven years like Tom Baker, but… it’s 10 months a year.
Thinking back on it now, it’s almost unbelievable Tom Baker was The Doctor for seven years. Today it’d be impossible to ask an actor to commit to a role like The Doctor for that long. I don’t believe Smith will be leaving the role any time soon, he’s only now moving on to his second companion. I’m hoping there’s still much to come from him and Moffat. I’m also predicting the two will leave the show at the same time, much like David Tennant and Russell T. Davies.
But let’s not continue to speculation on the when and why Smith might leave, let’s talk about what’s coming next. Like the new TARDIS we’ll be seeing on Christmas Day! Hit the jump for another peek at the new TARDIS interior.
Things are sure lookin’ different with The Ponds gone. What do you think of the new design so far?
Sources: Doctor Who TV, Bleeding Cool
The Hobbit, it’s got a lot of dwarves. They’ve made sure to remind you with the above poster literally bursting with them. The trailers have run through their names in an effort to help you keep ‘em all straight. There’s Fili, Kili, Oin, Gloin, Dwalin, Balin, Bifur, Bofur, Bombur, Dori, Nori, and Ori. Oh, and Thorin Oakenshield, the most impressive of dwarves because he gets two names. All in all, it’s almost impossible to remember them all and tell ‘em apart.
Until now. Thank you LOTR Project for creating this handy cheat sheet. Feel free to print one off and take it to the theatre with you.
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|The Chief ignored this guide at his peril…|
The best ways to take down a Promethean Knight from Halo 4
Originally published at Post Game Lobby.
It’s my humble opinion that never has the Halo universe faced a foe that is so difficult to take down as a Promethean Knight.
My take is that basically the Knights are the new “Elite” for the Halo franchise but have magical transportation powers and dude that hovers over their shoulder with a light shield when things get a bit too heavy. Did I mention they also an auto sentry just to add into the mix?
Playing Halo 4 can be quite daunting on Heroic and Legendary modes, particularly near the end of the campaign where Knight numbers seem to crank up. If you’re the kind of player that likes to stand their ground and kill everything in sight, here’s some tips on taking out the Knights.
Up Close and Personal
The scattershot is a wonder weapon. Three or four well place shots with the scattershot will likely turn your foe into a cloud of yellow digital ash. Shotguns are nearly as effective. The drawback is that Knights have a melee that make’s a Hunter’s melee feel like a soothing Thai massage.
Fear the Pink Mist
In what almost feels like a cheap shot, a well-placed volley of pink mist will drop the shields of a Knight very well. A follow up death shot with a Light Rifle or BR will finish the job.
Light Rifles and other comparable weapons.
A barrage of light rifle headshots will eventually take out the Knight. Having a BR to add more firepower is almost crucial. To make an effective use of this strategy, your shots must be head shots other wise it will take forever to kill your foe.
A combo of a pistol and a light rifle is pretty useful too – a fully charged plasma blast will help lower Ivanhoe’s shields, leaving you free to follow up with a headshot from your BR or Light Rifle.
And so I creep
Sneaking up on an enemy to land a melee punch to the back of the next is a classic Halo move. You can apply this to the Knight by firmly holding down the RB button and you will be rewarded with a pretty cool assassination animation. You could also try using a Halogram* to trick the Knight by drawing his attention, thus giving you an opportunity to creep up and go all Black Hawk on his ass.
There are plenty of other ways to take kill Promethean knights, the above tips and tricks are just a few of the ways you can take them down efficiently. Using grenades and some of the other weapons in the sand box are options. I find a well-placed rail gun blast to the body of a Knight very satisfying.
You can always use the sword as well!
* that was a typo which I’ve left in as a terrible pun.
J!NX is apparently the place to go for StarCraft 2 apparel. They’ve got two great designs available for pre-order. You can choose between the Ghost zip-up sweatshirt pictured above for women and a black and red Spectre jacket for the men. Both styles will ship at the end of January.
Check out the men’s sweatshirt after the break.
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