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LEGO Unveils SDCC Exculsive Minifig

With all the news of companies bailing on San Diego Comic-Con this year it is good to see that LEGO will be there with some great new kits guaranteed to drain wallets.  The list of SDCC Exclusives is growing and as always I am sad that I cannot attend and turn over my lifesavings for awesome stuff.  The latest reveal is the Sam Wilson Captain...

LA Cosplay Con 2015

LA Cosplay Con was yesterday at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles.  It is always great to see how much attention, detail and care that goes into everyone’s cosplay.  From Wonder Woman to Ironman to the nostalgic Ghostbusters, the dedication is unmatched. We not only celebrated cosplay through the art of the cosplay, we also...

Update: Spider-Parade For The Girl Who Couldn’t Be Spider-Man

Update: 06/09/15 – 12:15 AM EST – Thanks to the Daily Beast we now have video of the Spider-Parade! Follow the link to watch the parade and get more info on how you can help next year! Original Article Follows On Sunday, June 7th a parade is being thrown for Ellie Evangelista, a 4 year old girl who was told by boys in her pre-K class...

Caitlyn Jenner to Receive ESPY Award

Caitlyn Jenner will receive ESPN’s Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the televised ESPY award ceremony next month.  The announcement that Jenner would receive the award was made just minutes after Jenner revealed herself as Caitlyn on the cover of Vanity Fair. In Jenner’s 1976 record setting performance in which she won the decathlon gold...

RuPaul’s DragCon! Are You Going?

Are you going to RuPaul’s DragCon? How can you miss this? The show, the first of its kind, will take place at the Los Angeles Convention Center on May 16 and 17, and will celebrate “the art of drag, queer culture and self-expression for all.” The show kicks off Gay Pride season with “the largest ever gathering of drag queens and...

You Can Make Your Own Lego Oscar

Nathan Sawaya, BrickMaster, posted his own time-lapse video of him building the Lego Oscar statuettes we all saw, and loved on the 87th Academy awards last night.  While he did make twenty of them exclusively for the night, he’s  hoping that none will show up on Ebay.  They were intended to be “priceless limited edition”...