Classic comic book characters have successfully been reinvented over the years. But they kept being succesful because the core was the same -- no one would ever mess with that, would they?
These stories are all so far beyond a reasonable point that they need a GPS and a Coast Guard escort to find their way back.
It turns out some of the most awesomely portrayed jobs in movies require almost no training whatsoever and can be done by almost any old jackass who walks in off the street.
Each year brings us a new toy that kids will absolutely lose their shit if they don't get for Christmas. We asked you to take a look 100 years in the future and show us what parents will be pepper spraying each other over.
Hey Cabbie, it's me, Daniel. The guy you hit with your car. Hello! I just wanted to check in, see how you were doing, and introduce myself, since you didn't really stick around to chat after you hit me with you car, (more on that later!).
Dogs were probably useful as hell on the battlefield way back when. With the advent of artillery, you'd think they'd be retired from combat situations. Of course, you'd be totally wrong.
Reason, logic, and empathy are all equally excellent tools of opposition, if employed correctly. But hey, if all that shit fails, you can always try complete and utter madness. Looks like it's working out great for these guys:
Ah, the holidays: A time to give thanks, spend time with family, eat good food, light your neighbors on fire, rub engine oil in grandma's eyes, get drunk, fight a bull and dress up in a white tuxedo to ward off the furious ghosts of fish.
Cracked readers are a natural audience for great bucket list ideas. We've tried to help you with that herein, avoiding the old standbys, and instead opting for more unique Cracked-esque experiences.
In the old days, concepts like safety, animal rights and sanity weren't as well-defined as they are now. And while there's no question that we treat animals better today than we did a few decades ago, sometimes what's good for the animals is bad for the field of insanely badass photography.
At any point during an economic downturn, there are always obvious signs of the recession. But during these times, there are less-noticed but totally bizarre indicators that things are bad.
There seems to be no shortage of subjects that uptight people can get worked into a letter-writing-frenzy over. But whether it's the Catholic Church putting a leaf over sculptures' junk or some dude reading random nouns over all the swear words in <em>Scarface</em>, mankind has yet to discover a non-ridiculous way to censor those subjects.