File these under: epic FAILS. Let's face it, accidents happen, and sometimes, they involve your laptop. For example, this person somehow managed to break their space key in half, but decided to use staples to patch things up, or at least just enough to place it back on. Other examples include: Click here to view a few bonus disasters.
Steampunk Batman is not just a fan creation, but actually exists, or at least in artist Hitoshi Kondo's world. For those who haven't heard of the term before, Steampunk basically refers to a subgenre of science fiction or science fantasy that incorporates technology and aesthetic designs inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery. Continue reading to see more awesome Batman designs from alternate comic book universes, including a real Dark Knight and one from medieval times. Click here to view a few more bonus images.
Tim Burton is best known for his dark, gothic and quirky fantasy films such as Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas as well as superhero films, like Batman and Batman Returns, all of which combined have grossed over $1-billion worldwide at the box office. It's only a matter of time until we see The Nightmare Before Christmas-style superheroes, or at least artist Andrew Tarusov thinks so. Continue reading to see what nine more superheroes would look like in this dark, gothic animation style.
This teen in South Africa probably wouldn't mind living down in the basement for good, thanks to Inhouse Architects. This space has been transformed from storage area into the ultimate urban 'man cave', complete with skate park, plenty of LED lights, and a surround sound home entertainment system. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
With most students back in school, it's only fitting that we round up a few funny and geeky things people have found in textbooks around the world. Starting off, this author managed to sneak in a little footnote about the "Introduction," two sections that apparently nobody reads. Other examples include: a random red panda in an HTML5 textbook, a warning about persons you may encounter in a dark alley, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all. Click here for a few bonus images.
Auto enthusiast Nigel Mills was caught doing 89 mph (143 km/h) in a DMC-12 on the road, and unfortunately, did not manage to travel back in time. However, he did get stopped by police. "I wasn't trying to time travel. It was at 11am on Sunday and the road was completely clear. I was being prosecuted for going 89mph (143 km/h) in a DeLorean, wasn't something special meant to happen at 88mph (141 km/h)," said Mills. Fortunately, he fought the speeding ticket in court, and had it thrown out after the cops who ticketed him didn't show. Continue reading for a video explaining how to get yourself a brand new DeLorean and for more information.
Businessman Li Liang has opened China's first airplane restaurant in Wuhan. Officially called "Lilly Airways," this eatery is located inside the cabin of a decommissioned Boeing 737, acquired from Indonesian airline Batavia Air. The entire renovation took 6-months, and cost Liang a whopping $452,325 USD, on top of the $5.28-million USD he paid for the aircraft. When you're finished eating, head on over to the cockpit to try out a flight simulator, which may or may not be free, depending on how much you paid for the meal. Continue reading for three more geeky eateries you probably never knew about.
Beats knockoffs are nothing new, but most try to stick with a name somewhat similar to the original, that is unless...you're talking about Sounds by Steve. While some people know what they're getting into when ordering things online, others skip the fine print and actually think they're getting a steal, but little do they know that all the time spent waiting for it to arrive have gone to naught. Continue reading to see more online ordering FAILS.
Transforming an actual DeLorean into the time machine you see in Back to the Future is nothing new, but this auto enthusiast tried to do the same with a Saab 9-3. In addition to the LED lights, you'll find the time travel circuitry and even a faux Flux capacitor in the back, as well as an "OUTATIME" license plate. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
If money is no object, this real Batpod, one of six used in The Dark Knight Rises, could be yours if the price is right. Designd by Nathan Crowley and built by special-effects supervisor Chris Corbould, this unique vehicle features an entirely custom chassis, Hoosier racing tires, and is powered by a Honda 750 engine. Smooth fiberglass body panels are used to cover most the working components, while black foam padding was added for comfort. Should you be the lucky new owner, it comes complete with a metal display stand and a Warner Bros. certificate of authenticity. One caveat: this Batpod is in "rolling-only" mode, as all of its fluids, battery, fuel tank, and throttle controls have been removed for safety purposes. "Well-used on both productions, as well as in the promotion of the films as part of the Warner Bros. archive, the Batpod displays some wear to the body panels and some light corrosion on the chassis, with damage to the left gun mount as a result of use on set," according to the product page. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a Southwest Airlines flight attendant who went Looney during an announcement, literally.