Friday, December 19, 2014

Sweets: GingerBORG Cube

Borg cookie cutter available for purchase from Etsy. US$10

This Borg Cube Christmas ornament is super simple to create using this cookie cutter from Etsy.  I seriously doubt it would last long on my family's Christmas tree, but hey, maybe your family has more self-restraint.
"Resistance is futile when it comes to holiday sweets and this gingerBORG cube is no exception. Sturdy, fragrant gingerbread make up the sides of this 3D cookie vessel which can be used to store cookies, candy or even some Klingon Gagh. You will be assimilated and it begins with cookies."

Fan Art Round-Up: The Hobbit Dwarves

The Dwarves of The Hobbit Fan Art Gallery

After thirteen long years of waiting (and then some), the series is finally complete!  To mark the occasion, we've rounded up some of the best illustrations of Thorin's company to be found on the internet.

Humor: Supergirl and Batgirl

Batman and Superman by Mike Maihack

I love this series.  I'd seen the comic where Supergirl keeps changing her outfit, but before today, I didn't realize that this was an on-going series.  For some reason, when I read these, I keep reading the conversation in the voices of Alex and Hailey from Modern Family.

Comic Round-Up: December 19, 2014

Black Bat by Cassio Yoshiyaki

Interview: Blacksad writer Juan Díaz Canales and artist Juanjo Guarnido explain how they created a story set in the United States in the 1950s, despite having never been there, and why they chose to portray all the characters as animals.

Interview: Dylan Horrocks talks about finding his own voice as a creator again, after feeling that he lost it after a stint at DC Comics.

Interview: Ed Brisson forms a Sci-Fi "Cluster" At BOOM! Studios

Interview: Mark Doyle Promises a Batman "For Every Fan"

Reviews: Richard Bruton on Calculus Cat.  Johanna Draper Carlson on My Love Story!! Vol. 2.  Richmond Clements on Zenith Phases I & II.  Sean Gaffney on Assassination Classroom Vol. 1.

Link Round-Up: December 19, 2014

Ink on board (digital color by Jim C.), 11 × 17″

8 Changes In The Hobbit Movies You Didn't Know Were A Huge Deal

Flight of the Binturong is Firefly Meets Alien in a webcomic

Gary Tyrrell walks his webcomics-oriented audience through the Society Of Illustrator juried awards process

Hear Neil Gaiman Read "A Christmas Carol" Just as Dickens Read It

A history of the maligned, beloved Star Wars Christmas Album

J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit: How to Speak Elvish Conlang

Lucasfilm's Animated STAR WARS Holiday Card

Make your own dinosaur menorah with this tutorial from MomFluential.

Make your own Paper Whoflakes for Christmas!

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Sweets: Smaug Cake

"Last year, my sister in law surprised me with a Les Mis/Phantom cake, this year, I’ve been surprised with a Hobbit cake!  The Smaug is made with cereal and everything was edible but I refuse to eat the dragon and Bilbo.  I loved this cake!"

Sweets: Smaug Cake

"So my mum made me this AMAZING Smaug cake for my birthday! CRAZY!"

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