The Daily Geek 12/10: 'The Flaming C,' iPhone Baby Quilts, Luke Inside A Tauntaun, and more

On This Day in Geek History: "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring," the first of three films adaptated from J.R.R. Tolkien's epic fantasy trilogy, premieres in London in 2001; "Avatar," James Cameron's 3-D epic, has its world premiere in London in 2009.

Bruce Timm designs a superhero based on Conan O'Brien: "The Flaming C" (Bleeding Cool)

A scholarly look at where super-villains should build their secret lairs (Law and the Multiverse)

Many pictures of awesome giant anime robots battling each other in space (Pink Tentacle)

Having a bad day? Then you should wear the "Uwe Boll Is Making The Movie Of My Life" T-Shirt (Den of Geek)

Paul Pope does Star Trek! (eBay)

How Superman really died (Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal)

How Chuck Jones pitched "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas" to steely-eyed advertisers with hearts two sizes too small (Chuck Redux)

The science behind the age-old question: how long could Luke survive inside a Tauntaun? (Wolf Gnards)

Happy Classy Holidays: Human Centipede Christmas ornament (GeekTyrant)

iPhone baby quilt (start your baby early on all that Apple branding!) (Boing Boing)

7 weird Batman vehicle movie toys that weren't in the movies (Topless Robot)

The scariest Garfield comic strip ever made (The High Definite)

Hearing loss and cute little bud earphones...what? I said, hearing loss and cute little bud earphones! (Chicago Tribune)

Men polled on Otaku girlfriend preferences (Ani.me)

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