Upscale French Nerd Bars, Brooklyn Geek Burgers, AvP Origins, Lovecraftian Space Exploration: Weekend links Have Arrived!

– You like Star Wars?  You like BOOZE? You like…nevermind, of course you do.  Too bad you have to travel to Paris to check out  Dernier Bar Avant La Fin Du Monde (“Last Bar Before the End of the World”), the geekiest bar in The WOOOOOOOORLD. But sans any spare cash, you can always check out their Flickr feed.

-Speaking of eateries that cater to particular tastes: if you live in/near NYC, you can visit Action Burger in Brooklyn. What’s Action Burger’s deal? According to their (terrible; c’mon guys get it together) website:

Action Burger Inc. is owned by Steve Bala (creator, comic book & G.I. Joe guru, action figure collector).  Action Burger is now open and making deliveries, Action Burger will be a family place to eat good food, talk about/debate comics or super heroes, learn the history of comics, play old school video games, watch super hero movies & cartoons. Action burger is about constant change (displays and wall comics will change every few months), eating good food and having a wonderful experience at our restaurants. These days restaurants don’t provide an interactive experience and exciting environment.  They provide food, but missing on exotic displays and friendly conversations.  Come in and debate your favorite super hero with Steve or other customers. Bring your kids to learn and experience the history of comics/action figures & sci-fi movies/cartoons from the 50s-00s. Come by and eat a villian or super hero burger, start up a conversation with owner Steve.  Ask him any question about comics while you wait or eat your food.

– Switching topics, hints about the next Dragon Age alongside some art have been spilling out this weekend.  Check out some of the art below:

 

– The eternal Aliens v. Predator feud apparently started in the nursery.

What if H.P. Lovecraft had written the Fantastic Four (and would it be better than Warren Ellis’ take in Planetary?) posits Mike Sterling. (via Kotaku)

 

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