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Its been a while since I have posted any cupcakes so I thought this would be the perfect time to post some cool Doctor Who cupcakes.  In the past, I have featured a number of delicious looking Doctor Who cupcakes including a TARDIS and 11th Doctor cupcakes as well as some really detailed Dalek cupcakes.  Well, now we can officially add fish fingers and custard to the list of cool Doctor Who cupcakes I have posted about.

Sadly, I don’t know who made these awesome Doctor Who capcakes to give them credit so if you know who made them, please let us know in the comments below so we can give them credit!

I have to admit, the TARDIS cupcakes look a little weird with the windows sticking out like that but the Fez and bow tie cupcakes are pretty cool.  However, I think my favorite is the fish finger and custard cupcake because who would ever think to put something like that on a cupcake?  However, I’m not sure what the cupcake in the upper left is supposed to be so if you have any ideas, please share them in the comments below!

Now I am hungry for a cupcake!

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Doctor Who 11th Doctor Cupcakes

Doctor Who Cupcakes

[via Doctor Who and the T.A.R.D.I.S.]

Like many people, I enjoy pretty much all styles of music to some extent.  While my favorite is symphonic metal, I also love classic rock, country, pop among others.  Included in my list of musical love is any music performed in Klingon.

Last year I posted an awesome video of comedian Rachel Bloom singing “Seasons of Love” from Rent in Klingon and to this day, it is still one of my all time favorite videos that I have posted on Global Geek News.  Well, now I have some more great Klingon music to share!

The obviously geeky folks behind The Improvised Star Trek comedy podcast created this amazing spoof video of Sixpence None the Richer’s hit Kiss Me in Klingon.  The song is called HIchop! (Klingon for ‘Bite me’) by Sixpence None the Honor.

I really hope we see more Klingon music videos like this in the future because stuff like this makes my day.  Next, I want to see the Klingon version of Hanson’s MMMbop.  What would you like to see performed in Klingon?  Let us know in the comments below!

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[Source:  The Improvised Star Trek comedy podcast]

If I ever get around to cleaning all of the crap out of my basement, I’d like to put in a nice home theater setup.  Of course as long as we celebrate Christmas at my house, I don’t see that happening since half the basement is filled with Christmas decorations but a guy can dream.  Speaking of people with dreams of an amazing home theater setup, one guy spent $120,000 to convert his basement into the Batcave which is made up of mostly a really nice Batcave home theater.

Chris Weir is the Batman fanatic in the video below that spent 2 years and $120k building a Batcave in the basement.  While I am definitely impressed with the 120″ screen, nice seats, cave walls crafted out of foam and the Dark Knight batsuit, I think my favorite part of this setup is the entrance.

Being a huge fan of the Batman series from the 60s, the idea of recreating the entrance to the batcave with a bookshelf that opens after you push a button under Shakespear’s head is awesome.

Something tells me that if this guy ever decides to sell this house, he is going to have no trouble at all selling it to some rich Batman fan.  Maybe one day I will be able to afford to do something this cool at my house.  Until then, I can dream.

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[Source: Barcroft TV]

It never ceases to amaze me the kind of effort that steampunk fans will go through to create an amazing work of steampunk art.  If you just search for steampunk in the search box on the right, you will know what I mean.  Well, we have yet another incredible piece of steampunk art that comes from the Star Wars universe this time and it might be one of my all time favorite pieces of steampunk art!

A Star Wars loving steampunk fan named Mark created this amazing steampunk AT-AT for his fiance Caroline L.  I’d say she is one lucky gal!

The amount of detail on this machine known as Captain Bayley’s Infernal Mechano-Perambulator is quite impressive.  Apparently all of the rivets on this steampunk AT-AT were so tiny that they had to be applied with tweezers.  I bet this took a lot of time to make, especially with how well the paint is done.  I think the seaweed around the feet is a nice touch too!

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Steampunk Star Wars AT-AT

Steampunk AT-AT

Steampunk AT-AT

Steampunk Star Wars AT-AT

[Source:  Flickr via Neatorama]

In the past, I have featured a crapton (that is the technical term) of Star Wars wedding cakes.  However, until now, I don’t think I have ever posted one that was made to resemble the Battle of Hoth.  Most Star Wars wedding cakes I come across seem to be Millennium Falcon cakes so it was a breath of fresh air when I saw this Hoth cake!  It is almost enough to make you want to get married.  Almost.

Unfortunately, I don’t know who made this awesome Star Wars Battle of Hoth cake or who the happy couple is that had this for their wedding day so if anybody knows, please let us know in the comments below so they can get the credit and congratulations they deserve!

Now I am hungry for cake and feel like watching Star Wars.  I can take care of the second part myself but I think I am going to need one of you to make me a cake as my baking skills are non-existent.  Any volunteers?

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Battle of Hoth Cake

Star Wars Battle of Hoth Cake

[via That’s Nerdalicious]

As much as I love shooters and other types of video games, I am an RTS player at heart.  While I spend most of my gaming time these days playing Age of Empires Online and maybe some Age of Empires II HD, my favorite series of RTS games growing up was Command & Conquer.  You could say that my love for them made me the blogger I am today because it was my passion for them that got me into writing because I decided to contribute to many of the C&C fan sites more than a decade ago.

Well, speaking of Command and Conquer, I came across these amazing wooden Command and Conquer coasters that one fan has made.  The set of coasters shows the GDI and NOD logos and they turned out looking amazing!

These were created by wtmh and sadly they aren’t for sale (I already tried contacting him to buy them) but if EA gives the ok, he will make more and sell them.  If he is able to make more and sell them, I will definitely let you guys know because I know there are other C&C fans that read Global Geek News that would kill to have a set of these GDI and NOD coasters!

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GDI and NOD Coasters

Command and Conquer GDI and Nod Coasters

[Source:  wtmh]