It’s a big weekend with lots to do. Enjoy!
Some zombies love eating flesh and others love showing theirs off. If open sores and two-piece swimsuits sound like the perfect combo, Downtown Mesa beckons you with its 3rd annual zombie bikini contest.
Or, if you’d rather dress for tea with the Mad Hatter, there’s a freaky-deaky Wonderland party going on in Scottsdale. Crank up the dubstep and the costumes while pondering how a raven is like a writing desk.
Poor Tokyo. When it comes to ridiculous kaiju attacks, they just an’t get a break. Lucky for them, there’s Ultraman. Join other fans and try not to smile with unabashed joy as Ultraman wildly waves his arms around blows monsters up.
I honestly have no idea what goes on during Free RPG Day (… free …RPGs?), but if you’d like to find out, two stores are participating. In
the East Valley - oh, excuse me – in The PHX East Valley you’ve got Bad Moons Gaming, and far to the west you have Imperial Outpost Games.
Nintendo is letting people play a few of the games they just announced at E3. Show up at the Best Buy at Tempe Marketplace and get a sampling of Super Mario 3D World, the newest version of Wind Waker, Mario Kart 8, and the new Donkey Kong Country.
The Phoenix Art Museum is going to be playing some great video game movies this summer, and The Wizard (a 1989 commercial for the NES disguised as a movie starring Fred Savage) is kicking it off. Keep your eyes peeled for a tiny little Tobey Maguire sporting a glorious kid-mullet.
It begins! Check out the art, the interactive displays, and everything else. I’m excited, and it’s just starting.
At The Phoenix Art Museum, around noon.
Here is their website. You can play a little game on it.
Celebrate the best day of the year ::cough:: with SCIENCE! (Sorry, I can’t not italicize the word science.) Entrance is free for dads and grandads, plus you get a “special token” of their appreciation.
Let me know what sounds fun to you!