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: No commentary needed. Except, how the hell they’d get a TARDIS up there anyway!? [Nerd Approved]
Wonder Woman’s invisible jet is cool and all, but what’s even cooler is her invisible mech suit! And sadly, no, this isn’t something coming LEGO anytime soon is was created using countless clear LEGO pieces by Angus MacLane. [The Mary Sue]
Ghostbusters dog cosplay. ” I ain’t afraid of no poop” [GammaSquad]
Custom shoes are everwhere on the ‘net, whether they be hand-painted, airbrushed, sewn, but these are some of the first embroidered shoes I’ve seen. And they’re pretty kick-ass. These Doctor Who shoes were created by Eclectic Wonderland, check out more pics at Fashionably Geek.
This hoodie and robe are the perfect thing to wear this weekend as you tackle Assassasin’s Creed III. At least, I wish I had one to wear while I pretended I was some amazing assassin. Available here and here. [Fashionably Geek]
Speaking of Assassin’s Creed III, watch a cat be confused as fuck by it. [Kotaku]
Aw yes, the epic convention cosplay video set to music. How I love these. [The Mary Sue]
Want to try and catch up on all of Bond before catching Skyfall this weekend? Here’s your “all 22 Bond movies in on movies” video. Explained as,
Approximately five minutes from each of the 22 Eon produced James Bond films have been cut together, in order and in sequence, beginning with the first five minutes of DR. NO (1962) followed by minutes 5-10 of FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE (1963), minutes 10-15 of GOLDFINGER (1964), minutes 15-20 of THUNDERBALL (1965), continuing on through each of the remaining 18 Bond features (accounting for variables in each title’s running time) culminating with the final five minutes of 2008′s QUANTUM OF SOLACE.
This fresh look at the “James Bond Formula” provides a new exploration of the evolution of the series into a filmmaking genre uniquely it’s own. With few exceptions, each title’s transition into the picture that follows it is nearly seamless, creating a viewing experience that at first might serve to reminds us “if you’ve seen one Bond film, you’ve seen them all,” but looking more closely it is in fact an endearing homage to a character who single-handedly shaped modern cinema’s action/adventure formula and who continues to leave an indelible mark on generations worldwide.
Get it? Good, now go watch ALL THE BONDS. [/Film]
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