Hello and welcome to this weeks Friday Five!



To kick things off - a big congratulations to last week's winner, Vermontcozy, who offered up the following title, which left our judges a bit
bewildered but laughing out loud nonetheless!


Japan 12th of Sept,2222  "GODZILLA/ET INBRED FOUND:BBC
Reporter J.Cho...'THATS MY GRANNYS VINTAGE GUCCI HANDBAG"  JAPAN
SCIENCE LABS" NO COMMENT


Click here to see the cover that Vermontcozy captioned.


You'll find this week's cover at the end of this post!


Dan Brown’s Angels & Demons hits theaters this month and with it (not surprisingly!) comes controversy. Check out these opposing viewpoints!




After successfully jumping to the big screen, the Twilight Series comes to a new medium - check out Twilight trailer in The Sims 2!




If you're more a fan of classic literature - especially if you've been reading our Epics, Etc. board lately, you might prefer EA's forthcoming videogame adaption of Dante's Inferno.




Before we get to this week's Caption the Cover, here are some covers so boring we'd never ask you to caption, but presented in a rather interesting way...




And last but not least - here's this weeks cover for you to caption. Leave us a comment with your caption, and have a great weekend!





Comments
by on ‎05-02-2009 05:09 PM

Firstly having seen many SIM2 movies, and knowing exactly how much work goes into one. I'd have to say the creator is one of the biggest fans of the Twilight movie I've encountered so far.

 

Secondly I've playtested that game. Not good. Great eye candy, but terrible playability. And such a bad use of the GOD of WAR construct. Enjoy the preview, but don't waist your money.

 

as for a cover...

Queer eye for the romance novel covermodel.  Boy does he need a makeover.

by Moderator Melissa_W on ‎05-02-2009 05:16 PM

Congrats, VtC :smileyhappy:

 

As to that cover....wow.

 

I'm to sexy for my tats by Fabio

 

(dunno)

by on ‎05-02-2009 11:19 PM
How to Not Dress for a Ren Faire:  A Guidebook for the Fashion Challenged
by on ‎05-08-2009 07:50 AM

pedsphleb..Thanks so much for your Congrats..Must go now for Interview with "Interview Mag"    I will refer to your congats on the  blog, so you might be called for an interview..We can walk down the B+ carpet,during the release of the new movie "The Lost Years"BN Basement Tapes..Thanks Again  V

by on ‎05-08-2009 10:27 PM

Barnesandnoble  Expansion...Barnesandnoble Hollywood ,Calie   Hires New Dept.Head 'Fantasy,Fetishes.... Competition ,Sales...we must move on...This Expansion will only be in the Callie Area,known as Hollywood...........Othe BN have actual Readers,in Hollywood its mostly Gamers and Fetishes..OPEN 24/7 .NOW HIRING..vTC

by on ‎05-13-2009 01:45 PM
Will Nick LaShay ever go away..
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