I knew Orphan Black was a bona-fide hit when I saw sets of clones showing up at comic-con. But it wasn’t until Hot Topic decided they needed to do an entire Orphan Black collection, complete with rings and code breaker accessories that it officially arrived. Add that to AMC basically crossing it over to their own channel now that they own BBC America, and this little show that could might just get the monster following it deserves.
As you can see, the line focuses on the four most popular clones: Allison, Sarah, Cosima and Helena. (Sorry Rachel, that means you’re not included!) Check out the line below.
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This is kind of a cheat. Instead of running all the amazing looks from last week’s London Super Comic Con, we have been blessed with a video compilation of the best cosplay out of London last weekend.
And it’s not just a video–it’s a music video. Because everything is better with music! Check it out below.
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The ones who want to be Ursula, that is. Etsy seller CollectiveChaos does lots of latex work. This homage to the underwater sea witch costs a pretty penny, but that’s because we wouldn’t want just any poor unfortunate soul buying it.
See more pics, below.
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The latest installment in the series is here. This episode focuses on the weird and wild Portland area, which just happens to be producer Todd Kenreck’s hometown.
This past weekend was a nerd’s dream. First it was the ultimate Pi Day 3.14 15 (and at 9:26:53 they all went nuts.) Then we all had to beware the Ides of March.
Gold Bubble know a good nerd holiday when it sees one, and released a whole line of Pi-centric clothing for the occasion. Because nothing makes you look good more than math.
Check out more to the designs below!
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No really. And it’s in a nice readable font and everything.
The dress is on sale at Etsy from designer RoobyLane.
If you can’t bring yourself to wear the book, maybe you can just carry it on your arm?
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