If you ever wanted to let your geek flag fly high and proud than Saturday is your day! On Satruday, the San Diego Comic-Con will house a full array of anything you could ever ask for in a convention. From discussions on the future of comics to the inspirational words of Joss Whedon, this day is your day. You can learn how to draw in one room and learn about the future of Avatar: The Legend of Korra in another. Panels will discus videogames, anime, manga, steampunk, and so much more. I’m still really really pissed I wasn’t able to get a badge for this thing.
The ever so infamous Hall H will be graced by the presence of FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA as he presents his panel on his new film TWIXT! How ridiculous is that?! Unfortunately the bigger guns like The Avengers, The Dark Knight Rises, and Superman: Man of Steel are not making a big presence, if any, at the con, but you will be getting previews of Snow White and the Huntsmen, Dorothy of Oz, Knights of Badassdom, and Immortals. Even Kevin Smith will be in Hall H.
So check out the entire line-up for Saturday after the jump and be sure to check out the schedules for Thursday and Friday too!
Forgot to get your special someone a Valentine’s Day card today? Do she love the TV show Lost?! Then you’re in luck! Here we have a splendid arrangement of some of the best and funniest Lost Valentine’s Day cards to possibly get you 1/100th of the way out of dog house! Check them all out after the jump!
Unfortunately Lost is gone, but in many minds, not forgotten. An award winning, freelance designer, Neil Richards, took it upon himself to design these really awesome Dharma Initiative posters from the series depicting each station to its unique function. Check out his work after the break and he’ll soon be selling each of these sooner or later too.
Did you ever expect to get a reprieve after the events of the Lost season finale? Well you can take comfort knowing that Damon Lindelof is sorry for what happened if you were thoroughly disappointed in what happened in the end of Lost. But what brought on this sudden remorse toward his loyal fans? After leaving the theater seeing Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, Lindelof felt like he was betrayed as a fan from what he expected out of the movie. Sounds like a similar situation many of his Lost fans experienced. Spoilers after the jump from within the article at The Daily Beast.
Although Randy Newman composed the music for Toy Story 3, YouTube user FixiousMaximus decided it would be best to mesh Michael Giacchino’s score from LOST with one of the most depressing intense scenes from this summer’s Toy Story 3. Spoiler Warnings Beware, this video should not be scene if you have not scene Toy Story 3 and you don’t want anything major being ruined for you. If you have seen Toy Story 3 and love LOST, by all means, this video is for you.
Giacchino’s score mixes so well with this moment. As any LOST fan knows, when this certain piece of music begins that your tear ducts should be on full alert and you should locate the nearest kleenex as soon as possible. Check out the great video after the break!
The NationalPost has posted an neat little interactive Lost character guide from building their list one season after another. If you roll over each character they give you a brief description and whether or not they died and how. Beware, there are spoilers! Click on the NationalPost link to check it out and remember all the characters you grew to love!
UPDATE: Sorry The National Post no Longer has a working Guide sadly……hopefully they will fix it soon.
These people didn’t. Someone decided to make a fun video montage of every death scene from Lost throughout all six seasons to date up to the final two episodes. The montage is mixed with the song, ‘People Who Died,’ by the Jim Carroll Band. This was a pretty well made montage considering how many people have died on Lost.
Sometimes, graphically, it’s best to just go as simple as possible. These fun graphic portrayals of some of the best shows on television past and present that were created by graphic artist Albert Exergian. Visually simplistic, yet fun, Albert has concocted just a little slice of what the show is about displaying it in the best way possible. Shows like Mad Men and The Simpsons are just a few of them and you can check them out below. You can see a lot more if you go to his website, Blanka, and purchase them as a poster for just £50.00. After the jump you can see a good collection of some of them!