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    Just when you thought you knew everything about the Four Nations. Dark Horse gave Buzzfeed exclusive access to the annotated Avatar: The Promise .

    The oversized hardcover version of The Promise offers up plenty of details on art design. It also includes a all three volumes of the graphic novel, completely annotated by author Gene Luen Yang and artist Gurihiru.

    Image by Dark Horse Comics

    Because of other projects we had been working on at the time, we drew everyone's heads too big at first, especially Aang's. The characters ended up looking too childish, so we went back and fixed this. We worked especially hard on Aang, since it was so important that we get him right.

    Image by Dark Horse Comics


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    These Disney dudes look like a lady. Could use more ladies disguised as dudes, though.

    "The Three Caballeros" - 1944

    "The Three Caballeros" - 1944

    Oh Donald, the come hither off the shoulder look is overshadowed by your lack of pants.

    Via: cheetaking.livejournal.com

    "The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad" - 1949

    "The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad" - 1949

    Honestly. Mr. Toad, who plans a prison break in heels? A man, that's who.

    Via: firethedisneycannon.blogspot.com

    "The Jungle Book" - 1967

    "The Jungle Book" - 1967

    Did Baloo know King Louie's taste in women(?) ahead of time or did he just get lucky?

    Source: telegraph.co.uk

    "Robin Hood" - 1973

    "Robin Hood" - 1973

    More like Robin Hood: King of Fabulously Bold Color-Blocking.

    Source: wakingsnowwhite.blogspot.com


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    This is a test. This is only a test.

    Are You Having A Bad Day? Let's Make It Better!

    Are You Having A Bad Day? Let's Make It Better!

    Which do you prefer?

    I like Cats.

    I like Dogs.

    Source: cdn.popara.mk

    You Chose Cats!

    You Chose Cats!

    How do you like your cats?

    I prefer mine in clothes.

    I like my cats au naturale.

    Source: pages.swcp.com


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    Break out the sunglasses folks. J.J. Abrams was just confirmed as the director of Star Wars VII .

    That this:

    That this:

    Source: knowyourmeme.com

    Will be infecting this:

    Will be infecting this:

    And this:

    And this:

    And, if we're really lucky, this:

    And, if we're really lucky, this:


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    Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to…contemplation? Contemplation leads to “hey, this won't be so bad.”


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    But it's so practical! Because we as a species are so, so lazy.

    Source: indiegogo.com  /  via: geekologie.com

    This is the UpperCup and it doesn't exist. Yet.

    UpperCup is the brainchild of a Natwerk, a company in Amsterdam. They're trying to raise enough funding to go into production, making it dangerously easy to use your phone while walking. Because your Angry Birds high score isn't going to wait for you to finish your Chai latte.

    Source: vimeo.com


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    Warning: Contains Deadpool sans suit. Also spoilers.

    Via: comicvine.com

    Ever since Marvel NOW! launched their new Deadpool comic, the Merc with a Mouth has been on a zombie Presidents of the United States killing spree.

    The story so far has Deadpool hired to hunt down undead versions of Washington, Lincoln, FDR, and JFK after amateur magician Necromancer raised them in a fit of misguided patriotic duty. After all, it'd look bad if Captain America had to decapitate Honest Abe.

    Based on these images, Deadpool #4 will be forever seared on the collective mind of comic fans everywhere.

    Via: comicvine.com

    BONUS! Zombie Lincoln Vs. Deadpool. FIGHT!

    BONUS! Zombie Lincoln Vs. Deadpool. FIGHT!

    Via: comicvine.com


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    NBC is finally releasing the new season from limbo in February. Until then, feel free to have this song stuck in your head.


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    Dark wings, dark words. HBO released a whole host of character posters ahead of the March 31 premiere.

    Including:

    Clive Russell as Brynden "The Blackfish" Tully.

    Clive Russell as Brynden "The Blackfish" Tully.

    Catelyn's uncle is finally on the scene. And he's had about enough of this Lannister/Stark tussle.

    Image by Helen Sloan/HBO

    Diana Rigg as The Queen of Thorns, Olenna Tyrell.

    Diana Rigg as The Queen of Thorns, Olenna Tyrell.

    She's basically the Countess Violet Crawley of Westeros.

    Image by Helen Sloan/HBO

    Ciaran Hinds as Mance Rayder.

    Ciaran Hinds as Mance Rayder.

    King beyond the Wall! No red cloak? Oh well, can't shoehorn in all the symbolism.

    Image by Helen Sloan/HBO


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    Writers writing animated cartoons writing fanfiction about each other. Meta.

    L to R: Fionna, Cake (in Fiona's hat), and Marshall Lee the Vampire King (voiced by Donald Glover).

    Image by Cartoon Network

    Fiona and Cake are under new management during the February 18th episode, Bad Little Boy!

    According to leaked plot details, the princesses are completely sick of the Ice King's insane Fiona and Cake fanfiction, so Marceline swings by the Ice Kingdom to show him how it's done.

    Based on the duet below, she is way better at it. No offense Ice King.

    Source: youtube.com

    Neil Patrick Harris will also be reprising his role as Prince Gumball for the episode. Does this mean Marceline is writing a LOVE TRIANGLE?


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    Ladies, contain yourselves. This is a million times better than yellow or black spandex.

    Source: empireonline.com  /  via: superherohype.com

    Bless you, Empire Magazine, for this gift you have bestowed.

    Set after the events of X-Men: The Last Stand, The Wolverine follows Logan to Japan. Drawn by an old friend, he becomes entangled with Tokyo's criminal underworld.


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    The “which witch is which” shell game continues. Worst kept secret , ever.

    Image by Walt Disney Company

    Image by Walt Disney Company

    Image by Walt Disney Company

    Image by Walt Disney Company


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    Dresses, schmesses. The jewelry and handbags are what really make or break a red-carpet look.

    Loving Kelly Osbourne's black-hearted nails.

    Loving Kelly Osbourne's black-hearted nails.

    Image by Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images

    Check out Elisabeth Moss' hot-pink manicure!

    Check out Elisabeth Moss' hot-pink manicure!

    Image by Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images

    And this huge Victorian-styled ring on Zuleikha Robinson's hand.

    And this huge Victorian-styled ring on Zuleikha Robinson's hand.

    Image by Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images

    Naya Rivera sported a lone emerald ring and more pointy nails.

    Naya Rivera sported a lone emerald ring and more pointy nails.

    Image by Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images


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    Who knew Starfleet language was so dirty? If this premise isn't a SyFy series by the end of the year, I'll eat my hat.


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    Seriously, I'm not messing around. Now that Amazon has been tabled, it's time to get serious about Diana.

    Gina Torres is well-known in science-fiction circles as a versatile character actress. She has been Cleopatra on Xena, a freelance assassin on Alias, an evil god bent on enslaving humanity on Angel, and a pirate queen on Hercules, among others. Her most well-beloved role, though, was as first mate Zoë Washburne on Joss Whedon's cult classic Firefly.

    Of course, a geek pedigree isn't a good enough reason to hand her one of the most famous super-heroines of all time. But combined with the following, she's the perfect fit.

    Gina Torres isn't 12 years old.

    Gina Torres isn't 12 years old.

    Why that matters: Trying to make Diana a teenager or keep her in the arrested development of her early twenties is boring. It's Wonder Woman, not Wonder Girl. Audiences have seen the age-old "girl gets powers, girl learns how to use powers, girl has boy trouble" a thousand times. That's not to say Hollywood should just age her up and give her man troubles. Part of the joy of her character is the decided lack of love entanglement. If we're daydreaming anyway, just throw off the veil and make her a lesbian.

    Source: images4.fanpop.com

    Gina Torres is statuesque and gorgeous.

    Gina Torres is statuesque and gorgeous.

    Why that matters: If there is one thing Wonder Woman is good at, it's making her presence known in a room — and not just for being beautiful, but because she exudes strength and power. That isn't something easily faked; either an actress can command a room by twitching an eyebrow or she can't.

    Source: images4.fanpop.com

    Gina Torres knows how to be a badass.

    Gina Torres knows how to be a badass.

    Why that matters: Wonder Woman is a badass. She kicks ass and takes names. She's not sitting around waiting for the men to save her. Half the time, she's saving them.

    Source: 3.bp.blogspot.com


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    This is what going mad must feel like. Why is a single line uttered by Johnny Depp enough to make viewers flinch?

    Image by Yahoo! Movies

    When Disney first announced Johnny Depp would be playing Tonto, there was a lot of backlash from the Native American community. After all, there are so few parts written for Native Americans, and Hollywood was just going to hand one of the most famous Native American characters to a white actor.

    The PR machine pushed back, reminding everyone that Depp had Cherokee (or maybe Creek Indian) blood in his veins courtesy of his great-grandmother. That seemed a bit disingenuous, since most Americans whose ancestors predated the Irish influx could claim the same, regardless of their skin color.

    I had opted to reserve judgment. But no longer. This TV spot on Yahoo, set to air during the Super Bowl, highlights everything protestors were worried about. Depp has only a single line, "Justice is what I seek, kemosabe," but that line is enough to make you cringe. The broken English, the stonefaced delivery, the traditional warpaint on noticeable Caucasian features all combine to give the viewer the uneasy sensation they're participating in Native American blackface.

    But let's back it up to figure out what is so jarring. After all, Depp is saying everything his character would. Everyone knows "kemosabe" is Tonto's signature line; it even predates the television show. First used by director James Jewell during The Lone Ranger radio series, the phrase supposedly translates from Potawatomi as "trusty scout" or "faithful friend." It is a term of endearment Tonto uses for The Lone Ranger. So why does it sound so wrong?

    Partly because of Depp's cold delivery. His face doesn't move, in what could be a stoic moment but comes across as an attempt to portray Native Americans as hard and aloof. Depp drops "kemosabe" like a dead weight from his mouth. It's so obviously foreign, like forcing yourself to call your significant other by a pet name you'd never use in million years. The words come out, but they don't sound right. And while the line is grammatically correct, the hesitation between words still calls back to the days of "How! Greetings, Paleface" stuck in our collective memory, making us flinch.

    One has to wonder, if this the part Disney is highlighting, how uncomfortable will it get?

    Image by Walt Disney Studios


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    Don't eat the f*cking candy. If Hansel and Gretel is wrong, I don't want to be right.

    What do you get when you take the director of Dead Snow and give him free reign over Grimm's Fairy Tales and a liberal amount of fake blood? Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters. It's been universally panned by critics for being a gory mess of a parody but well-liked enough by moviegoers to take No. 1 at the box office. Analysts chalk up its inexplicable win to a lackluster roster of films to choose from, but they're obviously underestimating the appeal of a black comedy full of absurdity, expletives, and excessive gore.

    This film delivers campy perfection, living up to the incredibly high low expectations.

    (Thank you to Paramount for the exclusive set photos!)

    Why did I just pay money to watch a sequel to a Grimm's Fairy Tale as told by MTV?

    Why did I just pay money to watch a sequel to a Grimm's Fairy Tale as told by MTV?

    Short answer: Oh, right, because I don't hate fun.

    Long answer: During Oscar season, theaters are fraught with movies that require things like "thought" and "paying attention." Summer is the time for popcorn movies. But no more! It is time to unshackle society from the movie dichotomy! What do we want? Mindless fun! When do we want it? All year round!

    Image by Paramount Studios

    Are Hansel and Gretel going to give off a weird incest vibe?

    Are Hansel and Gretel going to give off a weird incest vibe?

    Short answer: Shockingly, no.

    Long answer: Gemma Arterton and Jeremy Renner managed to pull the off the hardest trick in the Hollywood book by having platonic chemistry. Painfully attractive adult actors of the opposite sex having an awesome bromance? Unpossible! Until now.

    Image by Paramount Studios

    Where do they get all those wonderful toys?

    Where do they get all those wonderful toys?

    Short answer: The prop department.

    Long answer: This movie is riddled with anachronistic steampunk weapons. From an unfolding sniper rifle with exploding ammo to a charmed minigun with everything you can imagine in between, Hansel and Gretel do not wish for expedient means of witchy death. They seem to be well-paid for their work, which is good since there is probably one weaponsmith in all of fictional Germany with the necessary skills.

    Image by Paramount Studios


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    Nailed it.

    Source: willa.me


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    It was a match made is psychedelic Heaven. Surreal and melty, just what you'd expect from Dali.

    Front Cover

    Front Cover

    Source: williambennettgallery.com  /  via: neil-gaiman

    In 1969, a print run of Alice In Wonderland was released featuring the surreal illustrations of Salvador Dali. The book contained twelve heliogravures according to Brain Pickings, one for each chapter.

    A heliogravure is one of the oldest ways to reproduced photographic images, involving an expensive, time-consuming process. You can read all about it over here. The decision to use this technique helped emphasize the lush colors Dali favored.

    Only the cover of the was different, a sketched etching in muted tones.

    Thanks to the William Bennett Gallery for preserving Dali's work in digital form!

    Down The Rabbit Hole

    Down The Rabbit Hole

    Source: williambennettgallery.com

    The Pool Of Tears

    The Pool Of Tears

    Source: williambennettgallery.com


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    The gang returns to old London town.

    Source: insidemovies.ew.com

    According to the press release:

    [T]he entire Muppets gang on a global tour, selling out grand theaters in some of Europe's most exciting destinations, including Berlin, Madrid and London. But mayhem follows the Muppets overseas, as they find themselves unwittingly entangled in an international crime caper headed by Constantine—the World's Number One Criminal and a dead ringer for Kermit—and his dastardly sidekick Dominic, aka Number Two, portrayed by Ricky Gervais. The film stars […] actress and writer Tina Fey as Nadya, a feisty prison guard, and Ty Burrell as Interpol agent Jean Pierre Napoleon.

    It looks like the Muppets are paying homage to their roots. After all, the plot of The Great Muppet Caper revolved around a London jewelry heist. Director James Bobin backs that theory up, promising it's, "…a tip of the hat to the old-school crime capers of the '60s."


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