Ein the data dog from Cowboy Bebop is now available as a 9.5-inch plush! Can you think of another genius that’s this cuddly? Not even Albert Einstein could compete. See more on Nerd Approved

Love and Madness has added new wrap bracelets to their lineup with officially licensed Star Wars, Wonder Woman and Beauty and the Beast designs. [click to continue…]

This superb Mettaton cosplay from the game Undertale is a first for us on FG. I feel whole now that we have shared it with you. It’s the work of Katelyn Jones Cosplay, who created the majority of the costume herself. Check out more pics from Photo Geek Girl below. [click to continue…]

You could do Xena cosplay like this, or do it the easy way with this skater dress and tee from Living Dead Clothing. [click to continue…]

I don’t know what’s happening here…but I love it. For some reason I felt compelled to put these dudes getting piggy back rides from sharks in a sequence of increasing size. It seems appropriate. [click to continue…]

There’s Wonder Woman cosplay and then there’s this masterpiece by Harbeastie (Wonder Woman), Yasemin Art (Themyscira Wonder Woman), Beverly Downen (Hippolyta), Jennifer Stefishen (General Antiope) with Downen Creative Studios. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]

We’ve talked about a lot of nerdy bars over the years, but Distractotron has highlighted 10 must-visit geek bars in one convenient video. Watch it on That’s Nerdalicious

Following Hot Topic’s Beauty and the Beast launch, Torrid has unveiled their own versions of the styles, specially designed for women sizes 10-30. [click to continue…]

An official version of the Deadpool teaser that’s screening before Logan was all over the internet this weekend. Odds are you saw it—multiple times. If you were paying close attention, you might have noticed some of the many Easter eggs contained in the scene. One of those Easter eggs involved Firefly—and there is a small chance that it was more than just a nod to a much beloved Fox property. Read more on Nerd Approved

Adam Savage is still wandering around Weta Workshop, giddily examining props from the upcoming film Ghost In The Shell. This time, he’s taking a close look at the silicone “Thermoptic” suit that Scarlett Johansson wears while chatting with costume technician Flo Foxworthy about the design. [click to continue…]

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