LEGO artist Mihai Marius Mihu hasn’t read all of Dante’s Inferno yet, but he clearly captured the spirit of the place in these epic LEGO hellscapes. We want to say that again: EPIC LEGO HELLSCAPE. You can check out more of Hell here, and see more of Mihu’s recent sketches here.
Morning Roundup doesn’t want to leave you in the Inferno too long, so click through to find interviews with Martin Scorsese, predictions from Isaac Asimov, and a gentle ballad from Ultron.
- So in order to actually eat a Double Stuf Oreo, we’d have to eat three-quarters of a Triple Stuf Oreo? Or one Triple Stuf, and then half of a regular Oreo? What if they’re the chocolate dipped kind?
- You remind me of the...Saint. Who do? You do!
- And speaking of David Bowie’s children, Duncan Jones will begin filming Warcraft this January!
- Check out Isaac Asimov’s startlingly accurate prediction of the future.
- Martin Scorsese talking about movies at Brown University for an hour. Like you have some better way to spend your time?
- And Neil Gaiman talks about Neil Gaiman-y things for slightly less than an hour! Plus there’s an endearingly early Rolling Stones song. Nope. No better way to spend your time.
- The Onion is old enough to rent a car!
- Labor Day weekend is upon us, which means we have time for one more last-minute summer road trip! How about visiting all of the Back to the Future locations?
- Many people honored Jack Kirby’s birthday on Wednesday, but one of our favorite articles was a post debunking the myths about the King and his sometime partner, Stan Lee.
- Amy Sturgis asks: Why is there such a resurgence in Lovecaft love?
- Topless Robot has collected some more questionable superhero casting decisions. We never seem to run out of those, do we?
- In yet still more Batman vs Superman news, the film will apparently be shooting in Detroit! So how long before the internet says Cleveland would have been better?
- And finally, in light of the recent Ultron casting, we want to take you back to a more innocent time, when James Spader and Robert Downey Jr. shared the screen in 1985’s Tuff Turf: