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A Rick and Morty version of Clue is dropping in August, but we have your first look at the game on Nerd Approved

The CW has heard the cries of Supernatural fans regarding a Wayward Daughters spinoff, and they appear to be poised to deliver. Read more on Nerd Approved

It seems as though Nathan Fillion, Alan Tudyk, and Morena Baccarin got together for a boat ride and a bite at Cardero’s Restaurant (based on the menu in the pic below) in Vancouver. I’m not sure if they were just spending time together or if some sort of project was involved, but I do know that they did spend some of their time toying with our fragile Firefly emotions. See more on Nerd Approved

It isn’t much, but this photo of Deadpool in front of Xavier’s School is confirmation that production on Deadpool 2 is currently underway. See more on Nerd Approved

It appears that the company best known for blanketing the earth in a layer of cute vinyl toys and plushes has expanded into the prop replica game. The Rick and Morty portal gun is a fine place to start—and they went all out with it. The prop is full-size and emits lights and sounds. Plus, it is available to pre-order now for only $15. See more on Nerd Approved

From Nerd Approved: I think that this Bob Ross Funko Pop figure would have a calming effect on me. Bob Ross and Mr. Rodgers are the only two people that have that power—but I wouldn’t expect an official Mr. Rodgers Funko Pop anytime soon.

The Bob Ross Funko Pop figure is available to pre-order now with shipping slated for September.

It seems like hundreds of Funko Pop figures are released every single day. There isn’t enough time to cover them all, but Parks and Recreation Pops? Those are worth talking about. The only problem is that Funko’s first wave has some glaring omissions. Read more on Nerd Approved

It was only a matter of time before two of the internet’s favorite things collided, and the result is a new series of LEGO-style brick cat sculptures from Hong-Kong-based company JEKCA. Read more on Nerd Approved

The Fearless Girl statue wore a very appropriate Wonder Woman accessory thanks to one Don Phelps. Photo by (Nerd Approved alum) Alan Kistler. See more on Nerd Approved

Devin Smith runs End of Line Designs, a company that specializes in high-end gaming controller customs. This Fallout PS4 controller with a flip-up Pip-Boy design is the perfect example of what he’s capable of. Check out more pics of this beauty on Nerd Approved