This Supercut Of Super Sentai Heroine Transformations Is My Happy Place

Japan's insanely long-running Super Sentai series has produced a lot of really amazing female heroes and villains — including one who blows explosive kisses at people. (In the U.S., we know Super Sentai as Power Rangers, sort of.) Here's a lovely reel of Super Sentai Heroines transforming. Warning: highly addictive. » 12/26/14 6:00am Friday 6:00am

The Marvel Movie Universe, In Completely Chronological Order

Comics blogger Michael Furth, editor of The Comic Archive, decided he needed a new way to appreciate the Marvel cinematic universe. So he painstakingly edited all the movies (and some Agents of SHIELD episodes) into chronological order to create the Marvel Omnibus Phase 1, a 12-hour extravaganza. » 12/25/14 1:35pm Thursday 1:35pm

See The Weapon That Beats The Wave Motion Gun In The New Yamato Movie

As far as I know, we still haven't gotten the new Space Battleship Yamato 2199 TV/movie series in the United States, even after it aired a whole season in Japan. But now, there's a follow-up movie, Star-Voyaging Ark, in which the Yamato gets hit with a weapon called the Flame Direct Attack Cannon, that can "transcend… » 12/19/14 4:00am 12/19/14 4:00am

This Parks and Recreation/Star Trek Mashup Art Is Just Perfect

Neill Cameron's perfectly titled "Parks and Trek" series reimagines the inhabitants of Pawnee as the crew of the Enterprise, circa The Next Generation. If this had been the real crew of the show, Commander Ron Swanson would have ensured that the show didn't have to grow the beard. » 12/10/14 7:00am 12/10/14 7:00am

A Vision Of Deep Space Exploration That Will Give You Chills

Stop what you're doing, set aside four minutes of your time, and bask in the inspirational spectacle that is Wanderers, an electrifying short film by animator Erik Wernquist that seamlessly merges breathtaking visions of humanity's future in deep space with stirring narration by Carl Sagan. Trust us – you don't want… » 11/30/14 3:14pm 11/30/14 3:14pm

These LEGO Instructions from 1974 Are Awesome (And Yes, They're Real)…

This photo of a note to parents, purportedly printed on a pamphlet included in a LEGO set from the 1970s, has been making laps around the Internet. The legitimacy of the note, which is noteworthy for its egalitarian tone, has been called into question – but we can now confirm its authenticity. » 11/23/14 12:01pm 11/23/14 12:01pm

This Game of Thrones Pixel Art is Bloody Good (and just plain Bloody)

All good Pixel Art is about capturing great detail in the limited constraints of the format, and that's something Artist Czarek Łuczyński - a.k.a Charlie_pl - has done to perfection in this amazing set of Animated portraits of some of Westeros' finest. Look at all that swaying! » 11/19/14 6:02am 11/19/14 6:02am

This Secret Treasure Room May Be The Best Birthday Present Of All Time

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When Sarah Goer and her husband discovered a disused storage space attached to their son's room, they decided to convert it into a Secret Treasure Room. For years, they concealed the room's entrance with a dresser, waiting for the perfect moment – their son's fourth birthday – to reveal its existence. Here, Sarah… » 8/10/14 5:01pm 8/10/14 5:01pm

Cover of Game of Thrones Theme Music Puts The Show's Version To Shame

In this remarkable ensemble, 23 of New York's finest low brass musicians join forces to perform a bass-quaking cover of Game Of Thrones' rousing opening theme music. If you weren't already excited for tonight's season finale, this ought to do the trick. Seriously, give it a listen. This will give you chills. » 6/15/14 2:00pm 6/15/14 2:00pm