Superheroes Need Health Care Too!


This is one of a series of videos made by Avengers Assemble The Series. Check out their video on the Oil Spill and Job Loss. [Source Topless Robot]

The Twitter Movie Parody

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With The Social Network, aka The Facebook Movie, coming out on October 1st, IndyMogul made a parody trailer for theThe Twit Network.  Whether you use Twitter or not this is hilarious!  Also follow me on twitter @girl_gone_geek #shamelessplug #kanyeshrug. The makers IndyMogulsaid this about their video: “If Hollywood can make an overly dramatic film about the early years of Facebook, why can’t we make an overly dramatic movie about Twitter? Or at least the trailer to that movie! Check out the exclusive (parody) trailer for “The Twit Network” right here on Rated Awesome!” “If Twitter is as useless and boring as…

F*ck Me Ray Bradbury


Great authors are what us Lit Lovers daydream about!  I wonder if Ray Bradbury has seen this?  Probably not since he said that, “We’ve got too many Internets.”  Either way thank you Rachel Bloom for this sci-fi naughtiness!  And get a free Download of the video here! Warning: Lyrics are NSFW because of the frequent use of the F word and mentions of ejaculating on books and such. [Source Geek Girl on the Street]

MMORPA ART: Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Art

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This was made by Jason Baalman aka EclecticAsylum on YouTube.  He does some unique and cool art videos on Youtube.  Check out his channel and you can buy his art on ebay.  He also submitted this video for the Guggenheim Museums YouTube Play. A Biennial of Creative Video.  He used the website to do this online drawing. “An evolving painting created by four artists working simultaneously on the same digital canvas. The paintings metamorphic process was unplanned and free form. The artists took cues from each others actions and interpretation of various shapes/colors. Communication was made possible by text…

Zombie Week- Cute and Cuddly… Zombies?!

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Who knew zombies could be this cute?!   And the best part is you can pull apart their limbs!  I need one (or a few) of these in my life.  Get your Dismember-Me Plush Zombie  at Think Geek for $12.99. Watch the mini-movie/Dismember-Me Plush Zombie Trailer! [via Gizmodo and Think Geek]