Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find how Looper should have ended; a Star Trek Into Darkness parody; a Pogo World of Warcraft remix; a TARDIS ball gown; and the adventures of Social Media Man. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!
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Star Trek Into Dumbness
The Sneaky Zebra boys lead up an away team mission – the only trouble? Everyone’s a Red Shirt!
2 AWESOME DESIGNS from Gimmick Tees. Available to order with free shipping within the U.S.A. for one week only…through midnight, Sunday April 21st (pacific time). These are print-to-order and therefore very limited. They print only the number required to fulfill the pre-orders.
Roarcraft, A World of Warcraft Remix by Pogo
- Color: Harbor Blue
- Super soft 100% ringspun cotton (doesn’t feel like cardboard)
- Thin collar
- 10.2 ounce crewneck T
- Double needle cover seamed neck, taped neck and shoulders, double needle sleeve and bottom
You can wear the little dog with the big attitude with the Wolverwiener T-Shirt for $21.95-$22.95 at Amazon.com.
Tomb Raider Evolution
We’ve come a long way.
This E.T. Head Knocker Bobble Head is perfect for your desk if you loved the classic movie with the good guy alien.
He will agree with anything you say, nodding his head yes at everything. Did you phone home E.T.? Do you need more Reese’s Pieces? Good. Good. This Head Knocker bobble head is incredibly detailed and shows E.T. standing on a grass base with a Speak n Spell.
How Looper Should Have Ended
Made by Redditor _queenofhearts. The gown is what the TARDIS would look like if it was a Disney princess.
He’s the modern super hero we deserve! Social Media Man is from the webcomic Pandyland.
That’s all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.