A while back we noticed Denis Medri’s awesome steampunk/rockabilly Batman and now he’s back with a svelt Victorian version of Spider-Man! Very slick. If you check out the rest of the work here, I think you’ll agree that Spidey’s rogue gallery really should exist only in the 19th century.
Your collection of daily offsite links include these highlights:
- A premier skeptic explains why the universe does exist. (Spoiler: science is key)
- More developments about that Firefly panel at SDCC
- Looking back at Bane.
- Vulture reminds us of how awesome Bane was last time he was on the big screen.
- More movies done in the style of Ottoman motifs.
- The SDCC Firefly panel will be on TV.
- Michael Shermer of Skeptic Magazine writes about how science proves the universe is something, rather than nothing.
- The Avengers short-film “Item 47” has a poster. (Spoiler?)
- The tale of the first photo uploaded to the internet.
- io9 chats with Mae Jemison, astronaut and science fiction fan.
- A new theory about the post-credit sequence for The Amazing Spider-Man.
- 5th moon of Pluto just discovered. Still not a planet.
- Some mummies were actually an amalgamation of different corpses.
- More rockabilly/steampunk Spider-Man images.
Stubby the Rocket is the mascot of Tor.com. Stubby has a bunch of moons of Pluto in its cargo hold and drops one off every year now.