movies matter | criticism by maryann johanson
Tue Apr 16 2013, 10:14pm | 17 comments
I cannot identify all of these:
I suck at being a nerd, I guess.
From Nerd Glaze on Facebook.
Lots of videogame and comicbook characters. I did pretty good! True, ‘N’ gave me a bit of a hard time, but in the end I got them all! I think that makes me qualified enough to say the character selection is naff :-/ These are the ABCs for a specific nerd subtype, and I’d say a bit too specific.
I feel pretty good that I got 24 out of 26 on my first round through. Q and R stumped me. But I agree with Mate that it is a list for a few different sets of specific nerddom.
Ash, Batman, Cloud Strife, the Doctor, an Ewok, the Fantastic Four, Godzilla, Harry Potter, Inspector Gadget, Jack Skellington, Kickass, Legolas, Magneto, ???, Optimus Prime, Princess Leia, the Queen of Blades, Raiden, Spock, Thor, Ultramarine, Venom, Wolverine, Xena, Yoda, Zorro.
Lost me on N, Q, and U.
Without looking at anyone elses post I got them all except for N,Q,U,and X.
Same here, plus X.
Talk about the odd man out. I never would have guess that!
Clearly you don’t have the thing for Lucy Lawless that I have for Lucy Lawless. :-)
Could be, could be, but doesn’t Napoleon have curly hair?
Apart from N, Q and U I’m also not familiar with R. Anybody know what R represents?
R is Raiden from the Metal Gear Solid games.
and here is a picture of Napoleon Dynamite where that suit:
Indeed – visual media of all kinds are a minor thing for me compared with books and non-passive activities like coding and role-playing games.
The picture would have been clearer if he had curly hair, the curly hair was really iconic for Napoleon
I got them all except “n” I guessed it was for “Nerd”
Q is the Queen of Blades (aka Kerrigan) from StarCraft. U is an Ultramarine from Warhammer 40k. No idea about N though…
N. Napolean Dynamite….googled famous nerds and there’s a pic of him in that exact pose
Since when did being a nerd meant feeding from the pop culture trough.
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