Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find the Green Goblin’s report from the D23 Expo; some superhero math; Super Mariachi Bros; the Batsuit music video; alternate Star Wars Episode VII titles; and 6 famous characters you didn’t know were shameless rip-offs. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!

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Superhero Math

Da na na na na na na na da na na na na na na na BATMATH

Also, Bruce Wayne – Alfred = one disorganized bat.

BATSUIT – Batman Music Video

Misadventure in Time (Animated Short)

Animated short by LeeDanielsART – ’40 wasted years in 40 seconds’

Super Mariachi Bros

Super Mariachi playing Mario Bros Meddley at a friends wedding. A gift from the bride to the groom.

Goblin Bloggin’ At D23

Goblin’s report from the D23 Expo.

6 Famous Characters You Didn’t Know Were Shameless Rip-Offs

Head over to Cracked for the full gallery.

Party on, Bane

Yours for $25 USD.

Musicless Musicvideo / OK GO – Here It Goes Again



Witness the origin of the legendary fighting characters in Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist!!

As Ryu & Ken’s training in the Ansatsuken style of Martial Arts intensifies, their Master Gōken is forced to revisit the dark secrets and tragedy of his past that culminated in the loss of his brother Gōki.

Water Color Superheroes

The full gallery can be found at Blule, The Boutique.

Hudson the Unsullied: Ep. 4 – Dragon? (Game of Thrones Parody)

Hudson trades away his shield at an inopportune moment.

Akira Project – Live Action Trailer

The Akira Project is a crowd-sourced, non-profit project meant to create a live action fan trailer of AKIRA, the renowned manga-turned-anime film from the late 1980′s; a stunning example of both mediums as art forms. While Hollywood has been working on a live-action Akira movie for a few years now, we, as fans, wanted to take a shot at making our own adaptation. A chance to stick as close to the source material as possible. A chance to do Akira justice.

Making a Real-Life Zoidberg Costume

The Zoidberg Project is finished! Effects artist Frank Ippolito guides us through the entire fabrication process, including design, sculpting, molding, and even some animatronics to bring Zoidberg to life. Suited up in the costume, we walk the convention floor of WonderCon 2014 to greet some attendees and take photos with other cosplayers. Stick through to the end for some woop woop wackiness!

Alternate Star Wars Episode VII Titles REVEALED