Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find the Walking Dead + Dr. Seuss; some Super Mario-themed wedding pics; a Robin Thicke talk show; and some Monty Python & The Holy Grail Lego Sets. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!
To kick things off today, BuzzFeed has 17 Disney Characters Who Need To Appear On Once Upon A Time
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The Seussing Dead – Walking Dead Meets Dr. Seuss – I’d Watch That!
On streets and in hollows, In building and house, The Walkers are walking, Shoving guys in their snouts!
Walking Dead‘s back this October
And in honor of the show
Dr. Seuss recaps the third season
Come everyone, join us, let’s go!
Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries. Via Flickr user Rifiröfi.
Robin Thicke Talk Show – Eliot’s Sketchpad
Robin Thicke may be the at the top of his game right now, what with “Blurred Lines” being crowned this year’s Song of Summer, but the guy also likes to discuss the real issues. From politics and sports to technology and pop culture, The Robin Thicke Talk show covers everything, including interviews with Paula Deen and Anthony Weiner.
4D Game of Thrones Puzzle
4D Cityscape now introduces the official puzzle guide for Game of Thrones, based on the award winning HBO television series. This puzzle will guide players through the assembly of the map of Westeros in a patented multi-layer design. The first layer is a 1000+ pieces jigsaw puzzle that will teach you all about the various locations and regions of Westeros. The second layer is an artistic 200+ pieces jigsaw puzzle that replicates the current landscape based on the famous introduction of the television series. The third layer adds the 3D miniature replicas models that you insert into the puzzle, which include famous cities and castles such as Kings Landing, Winterfell, Eyrie, the Wall, and more! In addition, the puzzle comes with an information booklet that teaches you everything you need to know about Westeros, including over 45 flags to mark famous landmarks, 10 sigils to mark the Houses, and 5 battle markers to learn the locations of five major battles. Ages 13+. The fully assembled product measures 30 x 18 x 2 inches.
Batman Arkham Origins Game Preview – 8-bit Game Review
Norbit weighs in on the 8 super villains that are on the hunt for Batman and compares this superb Gotham adventure fighter to the 1989 NES Batman game.
Could the Arkham trilogy be the best version of Batman ever? Movie, game, or TV?