SR Geek Picks: ‘Avengers’ + ‘Doctor Who’, Villain Portraits, Twerk Supercut & More

Published 2 years ago by , Updated March 3rd, 2014 at 6:56 pm,

Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find some Jedi parents; villain portraits; new Axe Cop shirts at; Jurassic Park LEGOs; Zack Galifianakis as Batman; and Daft Punk at the VMAs. 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!


Axe Cop @ WeLoveFine.Com

Welovefine Axe Cop 570x313 SR Geek Picks: Avengers + Doctor Who, Villain Portraits, Twerk Supercut & More

WeLoveFine is thrilled to add Malachai & Ethan Nicolle‘s celebrated webcomic (now an animated series!) to our lineup of officially licensed tees, kicking off with a terrific lineup of designs featuring the one and only macho, mustachioed ax-wielding hero and even some of his soldier pals. (Dinosaur Soldier? You bet! Uni-Avocado Soldier? Yup, got him too!) The designs capture the childs-eye-view, anything (and pretty much everything) goes attitude that makes Axe Cop one of the funniest and most outrageous titles in recent years, in styles and themes that have proven to be pop-culture favorites at WeLoveFine. (8-Bit Axe Cop! Cereal Box Axe Cop! We’ve even got a clarion call to “Keep Calm and Chop Heads”… because chopping heads doesn’t have to be frantic, you know.)

Each design from the first selection of Axe Cop tees at WeLoveFine are $25 each.


Jurassic Park Lego

Jurassic Park Lego 570x320 SR Geek Picks: Avengers + Doctor Who, Villain Portraits, Twerk Supercut & More


Supercut of People Saying “Twerk” on the News – Miley Cyrus Twerk News Remix


Watch Dogs Game Preview 8-bit Game Review


Avengers + Doctor Who

Hulk + Doctor Who SR Geek Picks: Avengers + Doctor Who, Villain Portraits, Twerk Supercut & More


Hank and Marie Watch The Video Music Awards

Hank and Marie Schrader wonder where all the mineral music is.


If Zack Galifianakis played Batman

If Zack Galifianakis played Batman 570x507 SR Geek Picks: Avengers + Doctor Who, Villain Portraits, Twerk Supercut & More


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  1. That tech commercial and Hank and Marie watch the VMA were both pretty funny.

    • I’m still laughing from the Hank/VMA video, hehe. Well edited and hilarious!

      But seriously though, why is it that once someone isn’t famous anymore they LOSE THIER MINDS!?!

  2. Great stuff today…”love that joker!”

    • Never rub another man’s rhubarb!

  3. WOW! I had quite a few features in today’s Geek Pick! Thanks Vactor! You ROCK!!!

  4. Actually the meme I remember is this one.

    It seems that you guys are going out of your way to give positive press a movie that was absolutely hated by its core demographic and that betrayed what Superman is meant to be about.

    • Get over it. I genuinely hope that entitled, snobby geeks like you are a dying breed.

      Man of Steel wasn’t for you. Almost no comic book movie adaptation is made for you. No one cares that you think it betrays some unbreakable code that you don’t own. Other people own Superman. Not you or any other geek snob out there.

      I would actually love it if they made a new Superman movie where he is a blonde russian and uses a tomahawk to cut people’s toes off and uses a bear skin as his cape. JUST to see how ridiculously upset you people would get. You don’t own Superman. You never did. You have no say in what he does, what he wears, or what he says. And you shouldn’t because it would be terrible. They can, and WILL do absolutely whatever they think will bring in the most money and get the most people possible to like it (and in NO WAY do comic geeks fit into the “most people” calculation).

      It made money. The average joes seemed to like it. That is absolutely all that matters. Not you or any other raging elitist that doesn’t understand change or interpretations.

      You will always have the comics. I suggest you go back to them and stop watching comic movies. You will never be happy.

      • So true! Not that I mind any sort of intelligent discussion on philosophy or film deficiency, but you hit the bottom line quite clearly. I often have exchanges with fellow Trek fans that could desperately benifit from understanding what you are talking about. Those movies aren’t really for us, or for the sake of us, but rather they are for everyone and for the sake of money. Expecting or even hoping that Into Darkness would be the franchise at its best is silly. A reasonable bet is that the more you like something the less you will be pleased by the mainstream products. Adults told us long ago “the book is better”, and they were onto something there. Discerning fans learn to enjoy what they can from the big-budget riffs on their treasured esoterica, and let the rest go.

        Also, better hurry up and copyright that Russian with the bear cape before somebody runs with it. Sometimes betraying the audience’s impressions of a character is a brilliant move. Somebody had to write the first adult oriented Batman after all.

    • I have some news for you. I have been a fan of Superman since I saw “Superman: The Movie” when I was 5, its the reason I got into comics. He is my favorite character, still after nearly 30 years.
      “Man of Steel” has been my favorite Superman movie so far. There was nothing about that movie that betrayed the character. And before you jump on the “Superman doesn’t kill” argument, yes, yes he does. He killed Zod in the comics. He killed Zod in ” Superman II”, so you can stop with that.

      • +1