Neil Gaiman, no!
It seemed a nicer thing to do than to point out to all the people who were writing in and yelling at me on Twitter that Twitter has a 140 character limit and explain the concept of an abbreviation to them.
that looks like… engineers with free time. :D
Get the fuck out
I didn’t realize this was a 3D gif. I thought the TARDIS was pole dancing.
this was kinda my thought after the last Doctor Who episode and I thought I didn’t understand it right but yeah it wasn’t very good
So I started watching Elementary…
Following their reveal at last week’s Warner Bros. Consumer Products/Junk Food Clothing launch event last week at Meltdown Comics (where DC’s new Batman ‘66 comic was announced), Mattel has released official images of two upcoming Batman Classic TV Series 6” action figures including a Cesar Romero Joker and “Batusi” Batman. The Joker figure is expected as part of the second wave of Batman Classics following the first wave’s rollout in July, while the “Batusi” Bats is slated to be a San Diego Comic-con 2013 exclusive. Fans will be pleased to know that this figure will come specially packaged in a TV style diorama recreating the famous scene from the 1966 Batman episode “Hi Diddle Riddle” where Adam West debuted the dance to end all dances. Pending the arrival of a King Tut figure in subsequent ‘66 toy waves, fans could also recreate Batman’s go-go moves of choice from “The Pharaoh’s in a Rut” episode.
You can see full images of both Batman Classic TV Series 6” figures on ComicsAlliance!
2013 will forever be noted as the year that Betty Felon blew all her money on Batman ‘66 merchandise (and when she developed an accidental crush on Rob Thomas).