(NSFW: Language, SPOILERS) CH and Doc Octoroc give the most confusing TV series ever made a 16-bit RPG recap with lots of bashing on the side. It’s like Chrono Trigger but with despicable characters.
Belgian premium cable network Prime promotes its impressive lineup of American TV shows with a truly inspiring montage of miniature dioramas, each representing a different series. Well done.
If you spent countless nights since 2004 glued to your television to find out what would become of LOST’s castaways, now you can own a bit of the island for yourself at this prop auction.
It took Jonah Adkins, a GISP (and LOSTie), about 4 years of research to finish this detailed map of the castaways’ island. Buy the poster, or find a high-res version for your desktop on Jonah’s blog.
Yeah, we know that LOST is over. But so is the original Star Wars series, right? We just thought this mash-up by Cody Johnston was too good to pass up. Be sure to stick around for some yub nub.
An encyclopedia would be a gimmick for almost any other TV show, but for LOST, it’s a necessity. Go through it while watching the Blu-ray set, and maybe things will make a little more sense.
Are you sitting here in the 11th Hour leading up to the LOST finale, and still don’t understand what’s going on? Perhaps our feline friends can help you sort out any confusion you might have.
We can honestly say we have mixed feelings now that Lost is at an end, but we couldn’t put a period on it without mentioning this amusing tee, which showcases the safety card for Oceanic Flight 815.
Atom user Tiger Team Awesome has suggested in this clip that Lost could have an alternate ending, in this case Ã la Scooby Doo. At this point who knows – but we appreciate Kate channeling Velma here.
We always knew someone with enough free time would do this – nearly four minutes of Hurley saying “dude” from all six seasons of LOST. The word barely means anything anymore dude. Dude.
The guys over at NextRound.net have put together a great collection of fan-made alternative opening credits for LOST, each providing its own unique spin on the show. Our favorite, LOST in the 1960s.
Losties everywhere surely will appreciate the major feat Gideon Slife is undertaking: creating an art poster for each and every episode of Lost. We like the sparse style and humor in his prolific collection.
Could the smoke monster from Lost escape the island and take refuge in our cleaning equipment? This funny tee from ript, available today only, helps us visualize that possibility. Go Smokey go!
Portland storyboard artist Graham Annable has deftly combined Star Wars and Lost in an amusing mashup comic. It kind of makes you wonder if the Dharma Initiative is a subsidiary of the Empire.
The Fine Brothers continue to entertain us with their weekly Lost parodies. This one has a few special guests you might recognize, and we also appreciate Jack channeling Shaggy in this episode.
Available today (3/9/10) only: you’d think it’d be simple to train a polar bear to press a button, but Desmond’s Replacement explains why the island (and the plot) has gotten un-bear-able.
Get ’em before they’re lost: 50 pairs of these LOST Supra Vaiders are in the hands of the cast and crew, but a smaller run of 17 will be available to the public on 2/2/10 at 9 pm PST.
Still confused over yesterday’s LOST song parody? io9’s brilliant J.J. Abram’s Board Game is packed with missed turns and other setbacks; in other words, get ready to feel really LOST.
The Fine Bros.’ epic Answers Song Parody wonders if LOST’s mysteries will ever be found; writers: better pull a rabbit out of a hatch or so help us Jacob we’ll sic the smoke monster on you.
LOST gets redone 24-style, with the events leading up to and surrounding the crash of Flight 815 occurring in order; it’s a great refresher for LOSTies, but neophytes still need an orientation.
One might call it a paradox for Flight 815 survivors to find this Missing t-shirt, but that’s nothing new for LOST; we’d try to explain the references on this milk carton, but Jacob told us not to.
LOST is coming to an end, but the Dharma Initiative lives-on by hanging on to your fridge with this Magnet Pack; it includes every logo from the TV show plus a few non-canon badges.
With most of the LOST cast is stuck in the 70s, Adam Campbell of Hot Meteor Design has whipped up this series of tongue-in-cheek retro-themed DHARMA magazine ads.
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