Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find some Asajj Ventress cosplay; a periodic table of Star Wars; the reason why Superman’s villains leave Clark Kent alone; West Side Story + Star Wars and Babe + Texas Chainsaw Massacre. 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 may be featured on a future post!
A fun periodic chart based on the Star Wars characters from the original trilogy.
GimmickTees has a Star Wars version of the famous Saul Bass West Side Story poster titled DARK SIDE STORY offered as a limited edition tee shirt this week.
About the artist:
DIY Darth Maul Sneakers
TifaIA Cosplay and Cosplay Photographer Ken Pearson hooked up at the Dallas Sci-Fi Expo to do this shoot. By the time the shoot took place, late in the day, she had a make-up malfunction and had to remove her white make-up, but the shoot went on. Her brilliant costume includes 10lbs of leather and an accurate representation of the sci-fi villain. As with her Darth Simi Priestess shoot, she continues to select more obscure Star Wars characters to Cosplay and does an outstanding job in creating the costumes and portraying the character. TifaIA and Ken Pearson are teaming up again for a Ventress/Dooku duel scene at Dallas’ All Con.
Doctor Who – Adventures in Time and Spice
With over 900 years of traveling the universe, you’re bound to pick up some cooking tips!
Well the sneakyzebra boys had to make everyone aware of the Doctors new range of herbs! So good they’ll make your taste buds shout GERONIMO!
Parody sketch from the sneakyzebra of a very bad pun!
Like it names implies, the tumblr blog 9 Film Frames aims to capture the gist of a movie in just 9 frames. See if you agree with their picks.
Babe’s Chainsaw Massacre
Leatherface wreaks havoc on the farm in this trailer mashup of Babe and Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
The Batman Classic 1966 TV Series Catwoman Action Figure will be available August 1, 2013 for $15.99 at Amazon.com and in October 2013 for $17.99 at Entertainment Earth. Pre-ordering is available at both sites.
$18.99 from Superherostuff.com.
Why Lex Luthor Ignores Clark Kent
That’s all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.
Today’s picks have been brought to you by: GeeksAreSexy, TextsFromSuperheroes, GeekxGirls, GeekAlerts, Superherostuff, GimmickTees, sneakyzebra, ComicalRuns, jenniferlanda, 9 Film Frames and neatorama.
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