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by Katherine Erlikh

You may be wondering, "What the hell is a Hufflepuff?" After all, they can be so very, very hard to find, as I've learned. Well, you're in luck - for Hogwarts House Pride Week, this Slytherin went out and dug around until her friends took pity on her and found two and a half whole Hufflepuffs! Get your badger pride ready!

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Today, CW "Supernatural" star Jared Padalecki stumbled upon an alien discovery... and then ate it. Yes, this totally deserved its own post - and you'll see why after the cut!

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And now, to completely ruin your Wednesday afternoon like this post is Steven Moffat... the best thing ever of the day is this painting of Loki that comes in two frames. You'll see why it's so heartbreaking when you behold the full image.

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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Sweden

Earlier this year, Scholastic announced intentions to redesign the entirety of the North American "Harry Potter" book covers. They released them over the past few months, and the fandom's opinions have been rather mixed. Some people love them and think they are stunning; others think it's not that great. Others still feel as if their whole childhoods have been ruined by the changes. However, Mary GrandPre's covers aren't the only ones that are worth seeing - and it's a shame we don't see the international covers very often. Today, I saw the Swedish "Harry Potter" covers for the first time, and I have to say, they are absolutely stunning! Above, you can see "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone", or, as the rest of the world calls it, "Philosopher's Stone".

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a study in watercolor Molly Hooper fanart

The BBC "Sherlock" fandom has it tough. The wait is long, and there's been no end in sight. The BBC are trolling them. They can't even watch "Saturday Night Fever" anymore, because the sound of the Bee Gees triggers their PTSD. In this stressful time, some of the Sherlockians have found solace in creating fanart. And, let's face it, we all benefit from this because some of the fanart is absolutely stunning... like this set of watercolor portraits of the characters, for example. That's Molly above, and isn't she gorgeous?

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by Katherine Erlikh

Today, while scrolling through my dash, this wonderful watercolor painting of the Doctor with the TARDIS caught my eye. I think I really like both the simplicity of it, and the fact that it isn't actually all blue like most fanart. There's something very lovely about the pinks and purples and the warm peach tones, and rather unexpected!

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I am not very familiar with the MMO "Dragon's Prophet" as it is very new; that much, I will admit. However, when I saw the cosplay photos this morning in my DeviantArt search for "dragons" (because everyone is not coping very well with their "Game of Thrones" withdrawals and clearly, the way to fix this is with dragons), well... let's just say I was enchanted. And you'll totally get it when you see it.

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No, John, I didn't notice. I don't care when you go out.

by Katherine Erlikh

No, John, he didn't notice you went out. There had been great acts of science and deduction and wall mutilation to do, after all, and Sherlock Holmes is not one to put his flatmate's whereabouts before his acquisition of severed heads. However, great things do come out of Sherlock's absent-mindedness - things like this painting, for example. What painting? Oh, read on to find out...

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Doctor and Rose Cosplay

by Katherine Erlikh

Since we started the day with a preview of the 50th anniversary episode of "Doctor Who" (or a sentient jpeg, depending on who tells the story, at what time they tell it, and the direction the wind blows), it seems fitting to end it with something similar. This stunning cosplay of Rose Tyler and the Tenth Doctor in the second season episode The Idiot's Lantern is definitely my absolute favorite thing today. They've got the entire outfits down to a tee, it's flawless! They've even got...

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There's the good, the great, and then there's the BEST. Welcome to MTV Geek's Best of 2012 -- what we thought were the cream of the crop this year in the world of GEEK!

Here's your handy guide to all of our "Best of" lists for 2012 - from Manga to TV to Comics to Cult flicks. Click the images to see each of our countdowns and let us know if you agree or disagree with our picks!

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There's the good, the great, and then there's the BEST. Welcome to MTV Geek's Best of 2012 -- what we thought were the cream of the crop this year in the world of GEEK!

 

This last most OMG moment in Geek will send reverberations through the world of fandom -- and business -- for decades to come!

2012 opened up with ominous -- and quite sad -- words from "Star Wars" creator George Lucas. When asked by TMZ paps whether he would add any more sequels or prequels to his sci-fi/fantasy franchise, Lucas said a perfunctory "Never," adding, "I'm retired." Read More...

There's the good, the great, and then there's the BEST. Welcome to MTV Geek's Best of 2012 -- what we thought were the cream of the crop this year in the world of GEEK!

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There's the good, the great, and then there's the BEST. Welcome to MTV Geek's Best of 2012 -- what we thought were the cream of the crop this year in the world of GEEK!

10. ALICE IN THE COUNTRY OF HEARTS by Quinrose and Soumei Hoshino - This quirky manga goes far beyond its roots in a dating-sim game. Quinrose takes the world of Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland" as a starting point and fills it with engaging characters, some guileless, some menacing. This was hugely popular when Tokyopop published it a few years back, and Yen Press has picked it up in beautifully designed omnibus volumes that really do the story justice.

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There's the good, the great, and then there's the BEST. Welcome to MTV Geek's Best of 2012 -- what we thought were the cream of the crop this year in the world of GEEK!

 

Here's a last-minute entry into MTV Geek's look at the most OMG moments in pop-culture this year, just making it under the 2012 mark:

Warning: this post contains numerous spoilers for "Amazing Spider-Man" #700. So if you have been living under a rock until now and have no idea what the "fuss" about this issue is, turn back now as to avoid spoilage.

The death of a beloved hero. The cancellation of a long-running comic book. A startling reversal as villain takes on the identity of said hero. Those, and more, made up the heady brew of elements stirring up fans regarding Marvel's "Amazing Spider-Man" #700, which hit stores only yesterday. Read More...

There's the good, the great, and then there's the BEST. Welcome to MTV Geek's Best of 2012 -- what we thought were the cream of the crop this year in the world of GEEK!

MTV Geek's look at the most OMG moments in pop-culture this year continues with a spotlight on the most controversial prequel since the second "Star Wars" trilogy...

To some fans, it was the Unthinkable, the patently INCONCEIVABLE—an Alan Mooreless prequel to the classic, bestselling "Watchmen" graphic novel. And yet in February of this year, it really happened: DC Comics announced a series of mini-series starring such "Watchmen" luminaries as Comedian, Rorschach, Silk Spectre, and Dr. Manhattan, written and drawn by some of the biggest names in the business. Read More...

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