SR Geek Picks: Wolverine Costume Infographic, Historically Accurate Disney Princess & More

Published 2 years ago by , Updated March 3rd, 2014 at 6:55 pm,


Funny, Craziest Magic Trick / Prank! Magician Cut in Half

Comedian, Magician and Ventriloquist, ANDY GROSS does an amazing hilarious magic trick / scare / prank. He actually cuts himself in half and scares people with his famous, “SPLIT MAN” illusion. Watch as Andy Gross is cut in half and walks around the streets like this scaring people with this very fun magic illusion.


HORROR HAIKU GUEST EPISODE: Curtain Number Three by Charlie Wachtel

A 70′s-style shock-horror short for the popular Horror Haiku web series on YouTube .


Lightsabers – You Can EAT Them!


Water War: Ryan Reynolds vs. Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy and Ryan square off in a game of war where the loser faces drenching consequences.


Infinite Crisis Cosplay Contest – Submit your Pictures for a chance to Win

Live from the DC Stage at San Diego Comic-Con, DC Comics WB Games and Nerdist bring you the Infinite Crisis Cosplay Contest!

Upload your cosplay pictures of characters from the game to for a chance to win an all-expense paid trip to PAX Prime.

Check out more Infinite Crisis here:


Wolverine’s Costume Evolution (Infographic)


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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: HalloweenCostumesEWlatenightCineFixNerdist, TheSeraphFilms, Dorkly, racheldoesstuff, Stan Winston School & walkingtalltogether.

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  1. ” First timer who doesn’t know what he’s getting into” LoL

    • nice with the wolverine costume comparison but just off the top of my head she forgot about Old Man Logan, Age of Apocalypse Wolverine & Patch Logan. Feel free to add any I missed.

  2. 1975 Wolverine costume is the first favorite with 1980′s costume coming 2nd. Though I liked Orange & Black like on X-Men Evolution. I dunno why I thought Wolverine was more bada$$ in the 75 costume because of the comics I read & 90′s animated series.

  3. Comic-Con in New York was like going to Ozzfest, people just herding everywhere. And yeah the amount of actual books being sold seems to shrink every year.

    They missed a few types though. Anime fans walking around with dangerous & possibly illegal weapons pretending they are martial artists; Pissed off State Troopers tired of giving warnings about people carrying weapons ( might just be a New York thing)

  4. I know this is a dumb question but, does anyone think Wolverine is gonna wear one of these costumes? Same with the rest of the X-Men since they mentioned they’re not wearing the black leather suit anymore?

    • No, they have some Road Warrior look for the future portion of the movie from the looks of it and Logan is just going with the Canadian Cowboy look. The whole costume thing is a hot button issue with some fans but, as you stated above some things look better in the comics and even then it depends on your perspective.

      The way Wolverine is written in the movies and even how he has been portrayed in the comics makes it unlikely he would go out and get a costume to wear. He does not really want to be a superhero or crime fighter and for the most part wants to be left alone. The costume is a comic book trope that is expected and excepted in print and animated mediums, but live action adaptions have moved away from the spandex idea and will probably continue to do so.

      • +1