Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Fun and Funny Links

What if Shakespearean costumes were designed by an artist who drew superheroes? It happened in 1969, when renowned comic book artist Jack Kirby designed costumes and a poster image for a Cowell College production of Julius Caesar. (via Metafilter)

The Top Seven Classic Movie Moments You Didn't Know Were Improv. Each has a video clip and an explanation of how the scene came about. (via Unique Daily)

Infographics of the greatest stories ever told. There are a couple I have yet to figure out.

Mario Jumping, new from Retro Sabotage. (Thanks, Tof!)

First-Person Tetris
rotates when you do. This gets really difficult just about the time you think you've figured it out.

Worst Life Ever: The Story of Kazuyuki Fujita’s Skull. Even if you're not interested in mixed martial arts, you'll want to read this for the hysterical hyperbole and magnificent metaphors.

German film director Werner Herzog reads Curious George, adding his own spin to the plot. The result is more believable, yet painfully depressing.

Is there anywhere this all-terrain vehicle can't go? This isn't a vehicle, it's a robot mountain goat!

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