MY NEIGHBOR TOTORO And KIKI’S DELIVERY SERVICE Desserts

MY NEIGHBOR TOTORO And KIKI’S DELIVERY SERVICE Desserts

These Studio Ghibli themed desserts are just the cutest.  The cupcakes are fashioned after My Neighbor Totoro and feature Totoro, Catbus, and Soot Sprites.  The bottom dessert is a recreation of a scene from Kiki's Delivery Service in which Kiki and Jiji bake bread in the kitchen.  The cupcakes were made by Westley J. Wong and his girlfriend while the cake was created by Maybe Amoretto. (via That's Nerdalicious) Tell Me More!
HARRY POTTER Cake Pops

HARRY POTTER Cake Pops

These Harry Potter cake pops by SweetWhimsyShop are simply magical! The designs included are a golden Snitch, a the Harry Potter logo, Hedwig, a red and gold Gryffindor themed pop, Harry's signature glasses, and a lightening bolt.  What's even more exciting is that you can purchase your own set of these cake pops for $39.  There are six designs in total and your order comes with two of each design.  You also have the choice of flavors: decadent chocolate, yummy vanilla, kiddie party mix (vanilla Tell Me More!
NYCC 2014: First Poster & Synopsis For TOMORROWLAND

NYCC 2014: First Poster & Synopsis For TOMORROWLAND

At the Disney panel at New York Comic Con, the first poster and a synopsis were released for Disney's upcoming film starring George Clooney, Tomorrowland.  The synopsis is as follows: From Disney comes two-time Oscar® winner Brad Bird’s riveting, mystery adventure “Tomorrowland,” starring Academy Award® winner George Clooney. Bound by a shared destiny, former boy-genius Frank (Clooney), jaded by disillusionment, and Casey (Britt Robertson), a bright, optimistic teen bursting with scientific Tell Me More!
COSPLAY: Delirium From Neil Gaiman’s THE SANDMAN

COSPLAY: Delirium From Neil Gaiman’s THE SANDMAN

Cosplayer Vixi LaVamp channeled her inner Delirium for this cosplay shoot featuring her character from Neil Gaiman's Sandman series.  She said:  "I had hours of fun creating this custom headpiece and obsessing over all the styling details (right down to the handmade orange slice necklace) for my Delirium cosplay from Neil Gaiman's "The Sandman". I've worn a lot of costumes for performances over the years but his was my first real foray into the world of cosplay, unless you count digging through Tell Me More!
MARVEL Reveals STAR WARS Variant By Alex Ross

MARVEL Reveals STAR WARS Variant By Alex Ross

Marvel has revealed another Star Wars variant cover (after the Skottie Young interlocking baby covers), and this time it's painted by Alex Ross.  The variant draws inspiration from the first Star Wars comic Marvel has ever published which cover was illustrated by Howard Chavkin and was released in 1977.  You can see the Chavkin cover below the Ross cover below for comparison.  The new Star Wars series will debut in January 2015 by creative team Jason Aaron and John Cassadyay. (via CBR) Tell Me More!