Don’t worry, this Lincolnstein is TOTALLY a real toy you can buy! He’s part of a line of Presidential Monsters, in which various creatures have been mashed-up with some of various leaders of the free world. Fear the bite of Baracula! Hear the song of the Phantom of the White House! Watch out for the webbed digits of the Monster from the Watergate Lagoon!
Your collection of daily offsite links have executive monster powers. Highlights include:
- Spaceballs is becoming real!
- Mark Millar thinks the Justice League movie is DOOMED.
- Is George R.R. Martin wasting our time?
- Spaceballs is coming to life! Cans of fresh air now on sale!
- Skyfall has taken down the The Dark Knight Rises as the seventh biggest movie ever!
- That Doctor Who biopic has found its Carole Anne Ford/Susan Foreman in the form of Claudia Grant.
- Here is the synopsis of The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
- More from Mark Millar’s opinion corner: Justice League film is “a good way to lose $200 million.”
- Will Tron of Tron turn up in Wreck-It-Ralph 2?
- Richard III is so hip right now: this is what his face probably looked like.
- The very specific way you can watch an early trailer for The Desolation of Smaug.
- Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy interviews Karen Russell.
- Chris Pratt (of Parks and Recreation!?) will play Star-Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy.
- Which of these four Banes was actually the one who caused the Super Bowl blackout?
- Young Han Solo and young Boba Fett are now added to the list of rumored stand-alone Star Wars movies.
- Is George R.R. Martin diverting his attention away from things he needs to write for ANOTHER HBO show?
- Cumberbatch says the new movie has “chilling” parallels to the modern world.
- Brannon Braga talks about what they originally wanted to do for Enterprise. Hint: ALL ON EARTH.
Stubby the Rocket is the mascot of Tor.com. Stubby was once the President of all the Monster Rockets. But don’t tell. It will be our secret. Plus a toy version was never released and that makes Stubby bitter.