No animal deserves a monument more than a dinosaur. That's why some of the weirdest, biggest, and most awesome (in the original sense of the word) statues in the world are devoted to these extinct beasts. Here are some of the most mind-boggling. »
I hope you’ve been saving up, because this is going to be expensive. Here’s all the action figures, statues, and other merchandise you’ll be getting at next week’s San Diego Comic-Con and nowhere else (…except maybe on eBay later for an exorbitant price). »
Things are looking up for Detroit's best-known fictional half-robot cop. He's got a new movie reboot coming out (which admittedly might not be any good); Boom! Studios just announced a new Robocop graphic novel from Frank Miller, titled Last Stand (which will likely be completely insane); and even if both of those… »
You wouldn't want to encounter Thomas Kuebler's silicone sculptures in a dark museum hallway. His monsters and madmen, with their stretched skin and rotting teeth, look just a breath away from lurching to horrific life. »
Martin Klimas drops porcelain statues and photographs them at the moment they shatter, creating scenes with incredible senses of movement. You can almost imagine that the figures in these pictures are actually alive, and that their bodies blow apart each time they make contact. »
Thai sculptor Yumi Modal builds life-sized (and less than life-sized) Transformers statues that look ready to spring to life. Appropriately, each statue is made from discarded car parts and other scraps of machinery and metal. »
Last week, Detroit's RoboCop statue reached its goal of $50,000 in fully crowd-sourced funding. »Heroic, and poised for action in service of the public trust.
Check out this amazing animated River Tam maquette, going up for sale tomorrow from Quantum Mechanix, makers of our favorite Firefly scwhag. Pile of Reaver corpses sold separately. »