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College Humor offers us this Batman and Superman Team-Up. (NSFW for language)

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Here’s Korean girl group T-ara with the official video for “Because I Know.”

티아라 T-ara – 느낌 아니까 Because I know Official Music Video

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Bands, it seems, need transportation to get from one gig to the next. Our pal Eric, and his band The Dead Girls (which we’ve probably mentioned once or twice on this site), have entered Fanaddict’s conest to win an new van and replace their old one which is “held together with duct tape and puke, and requires that all members pile out of one door because none of the other doors or windows work.” Watch the video, and, if you feel so inclined, vote for them here.

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The Sixth Season of Castle opens with Beckett (Stana Katic) accepting Castle‘s (Nathan Fillion) proposal and two months later beginning her new job in Washington D.C. as a member of the Attorney General’s special task force working on the theft of a “highly classified hardware security module” with her new partner (Lisa Edelstein). Returning from his book tour to Alexis (Molly C. Quinn) shacking up with a fruiterian he disapproves of, Castle decides to pay Beckett a surprise visit and, after stumbling on a piece of the file left unguarded by his fiance, he begins his own investigation which includes tricking Ryan (Seamus Dever), Esposito (Jon Huertas), and Tory Ellis (Maya Stojan) into doing a little research for him.

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And if you don’t believe us, just ask our pal Shadow who always dresses for the occasion.*

*Which goes oh so nicely with Lintly’s Firelord sleepwear.

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Pandas? Still awesome.

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Look, it’s a Team Fortress 2 Inflatable Balloonicorn. I don’t really have to sell you on this do I?

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Sideshow Collectibles now has a preview of thier new Cobra Commander: The Dictator Sixth Scale Figure which comes complete with both hooded and helmeted swappable heads, as well as a cape, Cobra scepter, dagger, and pistol. Sadly, the giant Cobra snake throne isn’t included. The figure will be priced at $175.

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Cracked offers us The Terrifying Conspiracy Behind Early ’90s Kids’ Toys. Thanks to Nick for the heads up and the unexpected carton of Slormp he shipped to our offices (which I’m sure is completely unrelated to teh ‘monkey’s recent odd behavior).

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After starring as different versions of the character in “Asylum of the Daleks” and “The Snowmen,” Jenna-Louise Coleman is properly introduced as The Doctor‘s (Matt Smith) new companion Clara, the impossible girl. Over the second-half of Series 7 The Doctor and Clara will travel to the planet Akhaten, fight a Martian Ice Warrior on a nuclear submarine in the middle of the Cold War, journey to the center of the TARDIS, battle WiFi created to steal peoples’ souls, go hunting for ghosts, and take on a new race of Cybermen in the universe’s greatest theme park.

In both “The Crimson Horror” and the finale “The Name of The Doctor” the show brings back the characters of Madame Vastra (Neve McIntosh), Jenny Flint (Catrin Stewart), and their Sontaran butler Strax (Dan Starkey) as The Doctor returns to Victorian England and makes a trip to the one place no time traveler should ever go – his grave on the fields of Trenzalore.

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