When you think of Batman's enemies, there's the usual rogue's gallery of The Joker, The Riddler, and other characters. Bane hasn't been around nearly as long--but The Dark Knight Rises is about to make him a classic Batman villain. Now we've got his back story and a few fun facts. No Dark Knight spoilers here, though. This is strictly the background on Bane as covered in the DC Comics universe. Check out the bad guy who inspired a great film…
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No matter how positive you are, Mondays blow goats. No matter what you do, you just can’t get motivated to do anything productive. You’re literally and figuratively stumbling around, unfocused and aimless. Well, let us make your Monday productivity even worse! The Monday Stumble is when we take to StumbleUpon to stumble upon a bunch of random wtf photos. This week, we feature a Hall of Fame level gallery of MJ, Vida Guerra, Irresponsible Pet Rocks, a library of Man Knowledge, how to make wine from flowers, making kegs from watermelons, whether or not Steve Jobs is in heaven, and much more. Check it out after the jump!
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There have been some piss poor video game adaptations of comic books over the years. The stories were distilled into unrecognizable wads of special effects and mindless action scenes. The secret to success is in the sauce, and the sauce is the story. The following comics on the other hand are ripe for the adaptation.
Amy Schumer is the hilarious co-host of "A Different Spin with Mark Hoppus," a new show airing Thursdays at 7pm ET on FUSE. Last week, my buddy Steve interviewed Mark Hoppus. This week, it's Amy's turn.
There's no denying it: This year, no movie is more anticipated than Watchmen. Between a massive marketing machine pumping the Internet full of teaser stills, posters and trailers and Sites the Web over (this one included) pushing every tidbit or factoid they can get into their grubby mitts