If they ever made a live-action version of The Incredibles, Maisie Williams is ready to take on the role of Edna Mode. Here we see her trying out the look. I also hear that she’s swearing off capes. [click to continue…]

The animated Castlevania series is set to debut on Netflix this week, but producer Adi Shankar has already revealed plans for his next project—an Assassin’s Creed anime series. Read more on Nerd Approved

BoxLunch has partnered with Nickelodeon for a fashion collection that will surely push some nostalgia buttons if you watched a lot of Nicktoons in the ’90s. Some of the collection is already available online, and it will expand soon to include pieces inspired by Rugrats, Rocko’s Modern Life, Hey Arnold!, Ren & Stimpy and more.

I’m guessing you can’t wait to get your hands on an Angelica Pickles purse right? There’s even toys for pups in the collection! Preview all of the looks below. [click to continue…]

Saga fans will know where I’m going with this. Seriously though, we don’t know who this Anime Expo cosplayer is, but kudos on the working Super Mario Bros. screen head. We have so many questions. Who are you? How can you see? Are you just pressing buttons randomly or what? Check out more photos from maz below. [click to continue…]

An official dress based on Disney’s Hercules is awesome right off the bat, but the pottery design makes this even better. I wonder if we can get a Megara dress at some point. [click to continue…]

Gladiators were the sports celebrities of their time. If they existed today, I’m sure that the Gratiator Cheese Grater would be endorsed by a champion. I can picture the commercial now: the gladiator stands victorious over a wheel of parmesan. He looks up for the signal from the crowd and they respond with thumbs down. The gladiator could simply stab the cheese, but he chooses to grate it. A gruesome but fitting end for a competitor that didn’t put up a fight in the arena. See more on That’s Nerdalicious

One of the most original cosplays that we’ve seen come out of Anime Expo this past weekend is this group cosplay of Persona 5‘s battle menu.

See Also: Persona 5’s Futaba Captured In Her Natural Habitat [Cosplay]

Oddly enough, nonokiri (cosplaying as Yusuke), thatsketchasaurus and arktoons were actually kicked off the showroom floor because of the costume—but it appears as though it was worth it.

(via Kotaku Cosplay)


There have been many special edition versions of Monopoly, but most are the equivalent of a fancy skin with the same game underneath. Not so with the Super Mario Gamer Edition. Read more on Nerd Approved

Colorado-based tattoo artist Vinny Capaldo-Smith just pulled off one of the riskiest (and cleverest) marriage proposals we’ve ever seen. [click to continue…]

Sarah aka Winter Parades Cosplay put a Viking-themed spin on Toothless from How To Train Your Dragon and managed to make the character more adorable and more badass at the same time. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]