Around the Web December 26, 2013

Even though Christmas is over, we’ve got a few more holiday themed wonders for you, starting off with some Star Wars themed snowflakes. Remember back in grade school when you use to make snowflakes by cutting up folded paper, well now you can make some in the image of your favorite Star Wars characters.  My personal favorites are Boba Fett, the TIE Interceptor, and of course, Slave Leia. There are snowflakes available for 2012 and 2013 and they provide us with a nice video tutorial on how to put them together.

Geek arts and crafts are pretty fantastic, although I am uncertain as to why people trust us with sharp objects like knives and scissors.

Moving on to something a bit more edible, we have a gingerbread Serenity. For those of you who want to sail the verse on a sugary sweet ship, your sugarplum visions are coming true. It seems simple enough, but then again I’ve never tried to make a gingerbread house, so I could be completely off base. Maybe next year I’ll give it a try.

Serenity shipYou can’t take the sky from me…the sweet, sweet frosted sky.

And finally, for those of you comic lovers out there, Comics Alliance has put together a compilation of 200 holiday comic book covers. The covers span the entire history of comics, going all the way back to the early parts of the Golden Age of Comics. My favorites in this list are the EC Comics Vault of Horrors and Judge Dredd, because when I think Christmas, I think of Judge Dredd.

squirel girlWho doesn’t love Squirrel Girl as a reindeer?

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