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Breaking Bad fan art as addictive as meth

By on Nov 19, 2012 in Fandom | 0 comments

Bricking Bad

By on Jul 13, 2012 in Fandom | 0 comments

Simultaneously reaching new levels of inappropriateness and awesomeness, some Michelangelo of Legos (or, more accurately, some friend of a Reddit user) has used the innocent construction blocks to recreate Walter White’s underground meth lab from Breaking Bad.  And then some other Reddit user brilliantly dubbed it “Bricking Bad.”  More photos of the creations are below, but first, are some other TV locations I’d love to see in Lego form: The Swan (i.e. the Hatch) from Lost The Pie Hole from Pushing Daisies Murder House from American Horror Story The Sterling Cooper Draper Price offices from Mad Men Merlotte’s from True Blood The West Wing… from… um, The West...

As Seen on TV

By on Jul 5, 2010 in Fandom | 0 comments

If you’re a diehard fan of a show, you can proclaim your love loud and proud with your standard t-shirt bearing the show’s logo. But sometimes, you want merchandise that’s a bit less conventional. Maybe a bit less straightforward. Maybe a bit more of an insider-y reference. For such occasions, I recommend the following items. Merlotte’s Neon Sign The perfect accompaniment for your bar/liquor cabinet/Tru Blood cooler, this neon sign harks back to the favorite watering hole of Bon Temps, Louisiana. If you’re more the fangbanger type, a Fangtasia sign is also available, and it’s only a matter of time before we see a Lou Pine’s variant. The Office Sign Not much ambiguity here, but this door sign is highly emblematic of the show. The Office has one of the most bountiful online stores, with hundreds of items available. If you want to continue making...

“Lost” Props Going Once… Going Twice…

By on May 17, 2010 in Fandom | 0 comments

As the final season of Lost wraps up, an auction of the props is already in the works.  Profiles in History is organizing the event, which will happen this summer in Los Angeles. So far, the website lists a hundred items, and that number is bound to grow. In the gallery below, I’ve included the sixteen items I’d want most—those that I think are most emblematic of the show. If anyone wants to buy them for me, I wouldn’t say no! My contact information is on this website! [cincopa...

“Lost”: Even More Sublime in Real Time

By on Oct 21, 2009 in Fandom | 0 comments

What if Lost were presented like 24, replete with a ticking timecode and split-screen? YouTube user pyram1dhead gives us the answer, and it is done incredibly adeptly—so much so that you almost wish you could watch the whole series this way. Culling footage from (by my count) six episodes and one webisode, this video represents a comprehensive timeline of the crash of Oceanic 815 and what happens on the island before, during, and after. (Spoiler warning! Read no further if you’re interested in watching the first three seasons.) We see Juliet burning her muffins, talking to Amelia about Ben’s nefarious activities, hosting her book club, and being interrupted mid-sentence by the earth shaking. We see Desmond confront Kelvin, inadvertently kill him, and rush back to the Swan to reset the 108-minute countdown. We see Jack flirt with the flight attendant and comfort row-mate...