Humpday Links for November 16

It is with great humility that I present these meagre humpday offerings to you, esteemed readers.  I can only hope they offer you some small diversion on this most humpiest of days.

– Courtesy of Jill Pantozzi and The Mary Sue, some new stills from Pixar’s upcoming Brave.  And another look at the teaser trailer, because it looks like fun!

– Yesterday the BBC released the 15th Anniversary edition of Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere.  Thank-you, BBC, thank-you.

– Ever wonder what Twilight would look like with Muppets?  Yeah, me too.

– Via @bingofuel comes some important safety tips regarding toast

– Otis Frampton gives us a delightful animated version of our favourite Firefly crew.  Anyone else want to see this animated? Yeah, me too.

Marcel the Shell with Shoes On has returned!  Rejoice! And if you don’t know what the hell I’m talking about, watch the first one. You’re welcome!

– I promise you, The Peter Jackson Diaries are waaaay better than The Vampire Diaries…

– I know what you want, and it rhymes with, “Nazgul shot Office-style“…

– So it looks like Canadian currency is going hi-tech. And by “hi-tech” I mean we are adopting a ten-year-old technology.  But whatever, our moneys are going to look cooool!

– And now, a story about the only George Bush not full of sh*t… (But seriously, Navy, fix the damn ship.)

The Whovian Prayer. Not much else to say, really.

– Apparently Frank Miller had some stuff on his mind recently. To be fair, he had to get it off his mind; it was blocking the 300 sequel…

– In case you need to creep yourself out (and who hasn’t needed to do that from time to time) here are 136 Wikipedia links to get you started.  Please note, I’m not telling you you should click them, just that they exist. Your mental health is your responsibility.

– To end on a happy note, I will have this shirt.  Oh, yes, it will be mine someday…

Okay, that’s it for today. Share your own links below if you like, and we’ll see you all tomorrow!

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