SR Geek Picks: ‘Dredd’ Fan Comic, Superhero Swimwear and More

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Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find how Spider-Man hides his boner; see some super swimwear; find out what is real; and answer the question, ‘can you make a movie so bad it’s good on purpose?’ All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!

If you have any Geek Picks of your own, please send them to srgeekpicks(at)gmail(dot)com and you could be featured in a future post!

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Superhero Swimwear

Batman Swimwuit 570x854 SR Geek Picks: Dredd Fan Comic, Superhero Swimwear and MoreGeekSugar put together a nice gallery of superhero bathing suits and bikinis for National Superhero Day.

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How Does Spider-Man Hide His Boner?

How DOES Spider-Man hide it?

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Ep. 1: What is Real? (Plato) – 8-Bit Philosophy

Welcome to 8-Bit Philosophy, where gaming makes you smart.

Episode 1: What is Real?

(Plato’s Allegory of the Cave)

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Boyhood – International Trailer

Richard Linklater’s BOYHOOD — a fictional drama made with the same group of actors over a 12-year period from 2002-2013 — takes a one-of-a-kind trip, at once epic and intimate, through the exhilaration of childhood, the seismic shifts of a modern family and the very passage of time.

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Can You Make a Movie So Bad It’s Good On Purpose?

It’s easy to make a bad movie. Budget, talent, time, know-how… there are so many factors that can potentially sink a film. But every once in a while, a movie is so terrible, such an utter failure, that it earns the designation “SO BAD IT’S GOOD”. These bizarre entities touch upon our schadenfreude, and allow us to share and celebrate these monstrosities of filmmaking. Troll 2, The Room, and Plan 9 From Outerspace are both horrific and weirdly enjoyable, even becoming cults classics. But can these So-Bad-It’s-Good films be created ON PURPOSE? Watch the episode and find out!

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Star Wars Chewbacca Han Solo Reversible Hoodie

Star Wars Chewbacca Han Solo Reversible Hoodie 570x561 SR Geek Picks: Dredd Fan Comic, Superhero Swimwear and More

$109 at Amazon.com.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles With Pugs

They’re green, not so lean, and on your screen!

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Mega City Two 2135 (Dredd Fan Comic)

Mega City Two 2135 570x807 SR Geek Picks: Dredd Fan Comic, Superhero Swimwear and More

An online and print-on-demand fan comic called Mega-City Two: 2135 has just released their third Prog (Issue).

Rebellion and 2000AD, which owns the Judge Dredd property, has endorsed the project. And it is supervised by legendary Judge Dredd artist Carlos Ezquerra.

You can find the online comic here.

Mega City Two 2135 was an idea dreamed up by Dredd Universe way back last year. We decided that it would be great to give the fans a chance to create something for ourselves and expand the universe you all so rightly love. My brother and I dreamt an idea of a comic set in post Judgement Day Mega City Two! A blank canvas where everyone could come along and create their own little part of the city and tell a story. With Doug Marr and Monty Light’s enthusiastic writing skills along with Deidre Rae-Crouch’s fabulous pencils Issue One was born and the story is now being told.

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WebCamelot Episode 2: The Festival

It’s the Festival of Fools! Merriment and illegality abound as Rob and his gang seek to defend a vaunted title.

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Titanic Deleted Scene: The Dance

Apparently James Cameron removed over an hour of footage from his final cut of the hit film, Titanic. Even today news scenes are being discovered; this is one of them.

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That’s all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.

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  1. ***Rebellion and 2000AD, which owns the Judge Dredd property, has endorsed the project. And it is supervised by legendary Judge Dredd artist Carlos Ezquerra.***

    That’s totally untrue.

    Rebellion do allow fan-material, as long as it’s not for profit, but they do not endorse them. It’s also definitely not supervised by Carlos Ezquerra.

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