In their continued attempts to adapt things we were obsessed with as kids, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are in talks to produce a movie version of the wildly popular picture book series, Where’s Waldo?
Searching for Waldo (or Wally, to give him his original name) is frustrating to the point of insanity. So when a doctoral student unexpectedly found himself snowed in last weekend, he decided to compute the most efficient way to look for the elusive red-and-white man.
Finding Waldo in a Human Centipede is much easier than we expected. Also, we're disturbed by how perfectly this whole thing works.
To celebrate the passing of another Friday the 13th, the folks over at Stange Kids Club commissioned this hilarious wallpaper from illustrator Glen Brogan. We kind of love where their minds are at, now someone please make a horror book with a collection villains like Where's Jason?, Where's Freddy?, Where's Michael?,…
Mos Eisley becomes the nexus of all science fiction realities in this giant print from artist Ulises Farinas. How many out-of-place characters can you find?
Given that we live in a world where Battleship is going to the multiplex, I suppose we shouldn't be surprised that someone's imagined a mature audiences Where's Waldo flick. The best moments are the sniper sequence and the guest spot by The Waldog (or whatever the hell he's called).