Protests aren't always symbolic. Sometimes they bring about real change ... like the recent outcry in Bolivia over network Unitel's decision to change the time slot for its daily Simpsons broadcast. Nearly 2,000 protestors (mostly youthful, some in costume) convinced the channel to re-think its decision.
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the World Wildlife Fund, these ants have taken up leafy signs, laser-cut with phrases like "Save trees!" and "Ban the saw!" and marched in their own protest rally.
While it's nothing on the scale of 2010's grand, nerdy San Diego Comic-Con counter-protest of the Westboro Baptist Church, the Galactus is Nighs team is keeping that spirit alive with their own faux-religious placards. They've been collect photos of their sign with various cosplayers on their Facebook page,…
Folks who demand that we invent time travel know where their priorities lie. But where do you want time travel, sir?