Daily Archives: December 23, 2013

Majora’s Mask Live Action: The Skull Kid (Video)

THE SKULL KID, a harmless but troublesome imp, has been cast out of the city of Clocktown. Deep within the lost woods he must face the harsh realities of his banishment. There, amongst the trees, an ancient evil has also begun to stir, seeking out a creature suitable to become its puppet.

For those of you that might be familiar with the Nintendo 64 game Legend of Zeld: Majora’s Mask then a lot of what is in this short fan film will look pretty familiar to you. Now I think I’ve only played the game like once or twice at a friends house back in the day but this game always creeps me the hell out. Some of you might remember a story we shared not too long ago about video games being haunted. If you missed it then just Click Here to read up and watch the video. Anyways, there is a well document story about a haunted copy of Majora’s mask that ultimately drove it’s last owner crazy.

Not to mention Skull Boy just looks creepy especially because he has no voice. All in all though this fan film is actually very well done. There are a lot of elements that are reminiscent of the N64 game and the effects are done very well. Give this fan film a watch and as always let us know your thoughts. Leave us a comment below or on our Facebook page.

Nerdgasmic Lego Batman Cake

Holy Crap! Check out this Nerdgasmic Cake. This is a crazy detailed Lego Batman and Gotham city cake. The figures are made of fondant and look just like the characters from the video game. I don’t see how people can eat these things. I’d want to keep it forever.

The PowerPuff Girls On TV Again (Video)

Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice…It’s been eight years since the final episode of The Powerpuff girls aired on television sets and now they are making their big comeback to the small screen. On Monday January 20th the PowerPuff Girls special called “Dance Pantsed” will air on Cartoon Network. I don’t know if I’m a big fan of the art style they chose to go with for this new TV special, but for nostalgia’s sake it’s good to see them back on Cartoon Network. The other cool thing is that the original voice actresses will reprise their roles as Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup.

At the end of this trailer they give us a quick sample of Mojo Jojo’s voice as well, but it’s a little disappointing to hear that he is not being played by the original voice actor. I guess you can’t expect everyone to hold their lives for something they did eight years ago. Though this is a TV special, I don’t know if this is suppose to be a catalyst for another run at a TV series. I guess only time will tell if the PowerPuff Girls are here to stay.

As always, we want to know your thoughts on the return of The PowerPuff Girls. Were you a fan of the original show and what do you think about their new look? Check out the trailer below and leave us a comment below or on our Facebook page.