Whuddup Internet! Teen Titans, Girl Vader & Miniature Tree Houses

The Internet is a vast and wondrous place with hidden treasures for all to see. Here’s a few of the awesome gems that I saw today that I would like to share with you, our awesome viewers.

Today I’m super stoked about the revival of the animated Teen Titans series, the newest Star Wars Kinect commercial and some fancy miniature tree houses. Check them all out below!

The Teen Titans cartoon was one of my favourites when it was first released in 2003 and I was a little sad when it went off the air. But now it’s back! Cartoon Network is reviving Teen Titans as part of their DC Nations line-up.

[via IGN]

Star Wars Kinect has been getting a lot of negative feedback, and it hasn’t even come out yet, but you have to applaud the clever commercials they’ve been releasing. This one had me cracking up while I watched what should have happened during this scene. And props to the little girl for being a great Vader!

[via GameTrailers.com]

Miniature Village This amazing miniature village was created by artist Takanori Aiba. This illustrator and graphic artist has been building these amazing 3D sculptures since 2003 using his knowledge of architecture and mazes.

Check out his Flikr feed to see more of his sculptures, and be in awe of the tiny bonsai tree houses.

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