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Ignited Promotes New Bravo Series with Social Campaign

Ignited has a new social campaign promoting Bravo’s new series, Online Dating Rituals of the American Male, which premieres March 9th.

The new campaign is tied to a promoted post on Buzzfeed examining “The 10 Types of Guys You Find On Every Dating Website.” At the end of the post, readers are invited to take a short quiz to discover which of “six species of men that exist in the dating wild” they are or is their type. After completing the survey, @BravoDating will tweet one of six video results: Catchitis Perfecta (“Mr. Perfect”), Clinger Onis (“The Clinger”), Doublis Bookeris (“The Player”), Love Seekitis ( “The Romantic”), Liaris Apperancean (“The Liar”), and Predatorus Obnoxious (“The Predator”). As you can imagine (this is Bravo we’re talking about), these are pretty silly. The narrator treats the subjects like he’s narrating a nature documentary (thus the latin species names); it’s easy to imagine David Attenborough providing the narration. You can check out “Liaris Apperancean” above, and stay tuned for “Doublis Bookeris” and “Predatorus Obnoxious,” along with credits, after the jump. Read more

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Deadpool Invades NY Comic-Con, Promotes ‘Deadpool: The Game’

We’re not sure what would separate this character from most of the Comic-Con attendees, but yes, there is some method to this madness as El Segundo, CA shop Ignited teamed up with IGN to help launch Activision’s new Deadpool: The Game. If you’re not familiar with Deadpool, the Marvel mercenary was played by Van Wilder himself, Ryan Reynolds, in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but is nowhere as jovial/seemingly Andrew W.K.-inspired as whoever dressed up in this costume. While the footage above is actually from the San Diego Comic-Con, we’ve been told that Deadpool as he was known did reprise his free-for-all role this past weekend at the New York version. Check out more info on the game here and credits after the jump.

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