Rand al’Thor looks so pissed to be a minifig! We think it might be because his hand popped off and he can’t find it in the pile of LEGO pieces.
This great rendition of The Wheel of Time in LEGO comes courtesy of Vladimir van Hoek, who created an entire LEGO-scape of the characters and setting of the Field of Merrilor, the deciding battlefield in Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson’s A Memory of Light. Check out his Perrin, his Mat, Egwene, well, everyone is pretty much spot on. We hope he tackles Shayol Ghul!
Read on to discover LEGO-free comics suggestions, listen to some haunting Joss Whedon-inspired music, and, oh yeah, zombies.
- We’ve been giving you some summer road trip suggestions, but for those of you who aren’t traveling this year—or for those of you who prefer to do your sightseeing from the air-conditioned comfort of your home—you can get a pretty good tour of New York City through these comics.
- Oh! Or, you could visit these six fictional towns instead! Tourism of the mind.
- Awww...as promised: Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man’s holding a baby!!!
- So, in about 20-30 years, all these girls are going to give birth to dragons, and the world is finally going to be awesome.
- Vulture takes a perverse joy in having a biologist fact-check World War Z and we love it. (Remember when Armageddon wasn’t at all accurate? Ah, those were the days.)
- We don’t want to be repetitive—we know that yesterday we featured the many faces of Steve Ditko—but these images of Paul Giamatti as Rhino are too fabulous too ignore.
- Make money in the future with this iPad case.
- Joss Whedon has extended his mighty influence into string quartets! Is there no medium he won’t conquer? Must we throw down the origami gauntlet?
- Now we know why you humans cry.
- Apparently Michael Bay puts more thought into his space suits than anything else in his movies. Except, obviously, the glorious explosions.
- America, having its priorities in place, has a plan for protecting the Constitution in the event of zombocalypse.
Stubby the Rocket is the mascot of Tor.com. Stubby once visited an entire galaxy that doesn’t technically exist. But it learned a lot about itself.