Just when you think you've found every stupid warp level and coding glitch in the original Super Mario Bros. another one crops up that's been hiding under your nose all along.
We always want to read the sensation stories about ridiculous lawsuits brought on by outrageous villains. Too bad these stories range between half to full of malarkey.
Vladimir Putin is what happens when James Bond gets one of his villains pregnant and the child grows up to kick both their asses.
A modern guide for surviving the mall.
You probably know how to function in society. You know how to talk to new people, how to order food in restaurants, and you know exactly what time you're supposed to show up at parties. I'm here to let you know that there's an entirely separate class of people that doesn't know all of those things.
If there's one universal truth in literature it's that anyone attempting to write an instruction manual for the vagina loses his or her mind. Here are four sexual self-help books that support that theory. Be warned: a lot of this advice is as racy as it is unhelpful.
Just like sitcoms had "very special" episodes that tried to build awareness of serious real-world issues (like the one where Punky Brewster decides to get breast implants -- no, seriously), comics have occasionally wandered into 'after school' territory. And who better to handle serious and complex political issues than comic book superheroes?
In a world full of bullshit artists trying to sell us things and get elected to office, let's take a moment to celebrate the good ones. These are the Oskar Schindler types, the guys with a talent for hustling who, when circumstances called, used their powers for good.
Some things go together like chocolate and peanut butter, but nobody has bothered to combine them yet.