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The Wiivengers: A Marvel / Nintendo-Verse Mashup (Parody)

Nintendo’s mightiest heroes must assemble to defeat the galaxy’s puniest god, and recapture the legendary power of… the NESeract!

8-bit Cinema: The Avengers!

AVENGERS ASSEMBLE! CineFix presents THE AVENGERS, retold via old-school 8-bit (and a little 16 bit ;) game tech. No quarters or controllers required!

What could possibly make a better video game than a classic team-up like The Avengers? We’re proud to bring you the video game you WISH you’d had as a kid: THE AVENGERS

Justice League of America vs. Avengers: A Tribute to George Pérez (Dragon Con 2013)

In partnership with the guys from Beat Down Boogie (Mario Warfare), the guys from distractotron have released this really cool video tribute to George Pérez featuring an epic fight between Justice League of America and Avengers cosplayers over at Dragon Con.

Shot and chopped by Blake Faucette
Additional camera: Micah Moore

Footage filmed at Dragon Con 2013

PBS: The Movie (PBS Meets The Avengers)

Produced by: Cinesaurus -

To be blunt: Science, technology, and education are important to us. But we live in a world where the little news we hear of schools, research, and the arts is when they’re laying their heads on the chopping block. We live in a world where celebrity and “reality” entertainment is winning the war for our attention. Though this may just seem like it’s playing off a funny trope, we do need superheroes in our world. Super men, women (and puppets), like those actualized by PBS, who inspire young generations to be scientists, teachers, and artists. But those heroes will not appear unless we create them.

Written by: David Hudson, Steven Hudson
Editing: David Zimmermann
VFX: Steven Hudson, David Hudson
Sound Design/Mixing: David Zimmermann
Coloring: David Hudson
Grip: Kevin Lane

DIY High Voltage Thor’s Hammer: Mjolnir at 80,000 Volts

I wanted Thor’s hammer (Mjolnir), but I wasn’t going to accept any old boring plastic prop. I needed something with a little more POP.

I worked with Staci Elaan to build this hammer that has a solid state tesla coil inside. When you push the button, 80,000 volts of electricity arc from the top.

It will light up any flourescent bulbs around, scare children, and leave the smell of ozone behind. It is super fun!

You can read TONS of details here: