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13 Pokémon Coffee Blend Labels: Gotta Brew ‘em All! [Printables]

13 Pokemon Coffee Labels to Print

 

As with any long-running pop culture phenomenon, as a franchise gets older, so do its fans. Pokémon trainers have grown up since 1996, the year that Nintendo and Game Freak released Pokémon Red and Blue, and they’ve evolved a lot in the past 20 years. They’ve graduated from high school and college, started careers, and even families. There are plenty of adult Poké-fans now, who instead of drinking juice boxes after school, drink coffee before work. (Full disclosure: we are those fans. Surprise!) Sooo, to combine our love of Game Boy and caffeine, ideally together, we’ve designed 13 different coffee blends featuring some of our favorite Pokémon on the labels.

 

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Dalekmania: Doctor Who Products You Must See to Believe

Dalekmania: Doctor Who Products You Must See to Believe

 

Doctor Who first aired on November 23rd, 1963. That initial 4-episode story arc—called a “serial”—was a moderate success with an average of 6 million viewers. But the show really took off with its 7-episode second serial: The Daleks premiered on December 21st, 1963 to 6.9 million viewers and ended on February 1st, 1964 at 10.4 million. To put things in perspective, this was more than 20% of the British public! People couldn’t get enough and were buying Dalek-related media and products left and right. “What Dalek media? What Dalek merchandise?” you may ask. Let’s explore the wild and wacky world of...

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The Coolest Shirts from SDCC 2015's News

SDCC Announcements

 

Every year, thousands and thousands of fans flock to California for the best show on earth: The San Diego Comic-Con. The convention has been held since the 70s, and, every year, the hype just gets larger and larger. Production companies use the Con to announce big news, release new trailers, and to generate excitement for pretty much ANYTHING pop culture related. This year, obviously, was no different. Here are some of the biggest annoucements that came from the 2015 SDCC and the perfect shirts for superfans who are just as excited as we are.

 

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Doctor Who? A Guide to the Doctors

Doctor Who? A guide to The Doctors

 

Who is The Doctor? That is a fantastic question and one with many answers. In short, The Doctor is a Time Lord, a human-like alien from the planet Gallifrey, who helps both individuals and civilizations in need. He travels through space-time in his TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space) and wields a Sonic Screwdriver, an extraordinary multitool, rather than a weapon. Time Lords are also capable of regenerating upon death, though the regenerated Time Lord is rarely the same: just as everyone has their own personality and tastes, so does each incarnation of a Time Lord. This is a brief guide to the twelve Doctors from the long-running British TV series Doctor Who (plus some asides), their idiosyncrasies, and how their personalities and clothing choices often harmonize with each other.

 

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Which Batman Are You? [Quiz]

Which Batman Are You?

 

Batman was created by Bob Kane in 1939, and since then, the character has appeared in hundreds of stories, in and out of comics. Dozens of people have provided his voice, from radio dramas to animated series to video games. And 8 actors (soon to be 9) have portrayed him on film. All of these writers and actors have developed the character in some way, but how many of them are truly iconic? And more importantly, which one of them are you most similar to? Are you a Christian Bale Batman, dark and gritty? Or are you more of an Adam West Batman, a fan of campy humor and spandex? Make your Bat-way through this Bat-flowchart and Bat-find out!

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The Style Evolution of Jesse Pinkman

Jesse Pinkman Evolution Header

 

There is no debate that Jesse Pinkman, a character that was originally slated to die at the end of the first season of Breaking Bad, showed an extraordinary amount of growth throughout the series. That growth was effectively displayed not only through the character’s actions, but also through his wardrobe and overall style. The costume designers behind the Breaking Bad scenes clearly had an arc in mind when plotting the roadmap for Jesse Pinkman and how his emotional journey could also be mirrored by his attire. Revisit the beautiful and tragic character of Jesse Pinkman through a look at his style evolution. Warning: there are some potential Breaking Bad plot spoilers below.

 

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