This very day in 1938, Superman appeared for the first time in a comic book. Now he’s an American icon, with multiple television, book, and...
Today in 1978, the original Superman movie starring Christopher Reeve opened in Los Angeles. Back in 1978, superhero movies didn’t come out every couple of...
Let's hop in the Delorean and floor it down Memory Lane to relive the movies that made our summers as kids.
Well, you maybe can’t learn from Superman, but you can from this guy analyzing his punch...
Well, not too realistic. I’m still sure he can shoot fire rays from his eyes and blow freezing air with his breath. And there’s the...
June 14th. Seriously the first movie featuring Kevin Costner anybody has been excited for in about 20 years. Unless of course you were really pulling...
In today's edition of Wrap It Up, Don Cheadle is the new Captain Planet, Willie Nelson covers Coldplay for Chipotle, the Daily Beast releases its list of top colleges with the hottest chicks, Bernie Kosar's daughter made another porno, Venus Williams pulled out... of the US Open, Superman's packin' heat, Always Sunny gets filthy, Sinead O'Connor wants to f*ck somebody and much more. Check out the sh*t we should've published after the jump.
Aliens will soon be descending on the western front in Cowboys & Aliens. In the movies, aliens have always come down to Earth to either greet us or eat us. Sometimes the aliens are a masterpiece of genetics and intelligence. Other times they are just dopey shmucks who just sort of wandered onto our planet accidentally. Hopefully when it happens for real, they'll be the latter. We pulled up a list of the best and worst aliens, rated by their bad@ssery. Check out the gallery after the jump.
As far as I'm concerned, the only thing worse than the song "Crank That" by Soulja Boy is the fact that a bunch of my friends knew how to do that dance. That dance is Satan. I firmly believe that this Tappercise (excercise through Tap Dancing?) video would be better suited for the people who willingly do the Superman in a club. At least people would know what kind of loser they are. Crank that video after the jump!
• Don't hog the dance circle and don't pick on the HUGE dude (Barstool Sports)
• Kate Upton Gets Bodypainted, No Need for Any More Words (Hollywood Tuna)
• Kayaking Waterfalls at Night (Heavy)
• January Jones of X-Men First Class (Maxim)
• Dexter Doesn't Like Renting Out 'Certain' Pornography (CollegeHumor)
• These Kids Can Jam (theChive)
• Christina Hendricks and Her Natural
Breasts Beauty (Guyism)
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For nearly 80 years, comic book fans young and old would never have imagined that Superman - a superhero representing American ideals every bit as much as Marvel's Captain America - would turn his back on the country he's defended from threats both domestic and beyond the stars. But in a move that sent shockwaves throughout pop culture, Supes did just that in the landmark 900th issue of Action Comics - a 96-page epic setting the stage for a new chapter in the Man of Steel's storied legacy. What exactly caused Superman to renounce his United States citizenship, and what of everyone's reactions? Read on to find out!
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If there's one thing that really pisses off comic book geeks it's when people who've never picked up a comic in their life predicate their knowledge on superheroes and villains solely on what they saw in the movies or television. Many times, people assume that storylines and characters have stayed the course since their inception. Check out our list of 10 superhero myths debunked after the jump!
Everyone's heard of Batman, but have you heard of Grant Morrison? Because he's done what the Joker, Two-Face and all the others couldn't - he's the man who finally killed The Dark Knight. Morrison is the famed comic book writer behind Batman R.I.P., where Bruce Wyane is killed, and Batman and Robin, where the first Robin - Dick Grayson - has to take up the Bat-mantle. But, as with most comic characters, Bruce Wayne didn’t stay dead forever, and with the recent hardcover release of The Return of Bruce Wayne, Grant Morrison’s work is once again in the news. Here’s a look at some of both the professional and personal highlights of one of comic’s consistently creative, popular and controversial writers. Check out Grant's full profile after the jump!
We're not quite sure why, but there's something about toys doing drugs that makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside. (You know, other than the actual drugs...) From Thor to Barbie, just put a joint in their mouths and some coke on their noses, and these dope-loaded playthings come to life in a way you've never before seen.
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Even the most macho male can admit that cuddling in bed is pretty rad - unless your arm gets trapped underneath a pile of pillows, losing all blood circulation while your girl sleeps easy. I never thought somebody would have the brains or patience to solve this problem of all problems, but I was wrong: here is a list of superior snuggling tips.
2K Studios released NBA 2K11 with Michael "Air" Jordan gracing the cover last Tuesday. In honor of His Airness' return to the (virtual) court, it's only fitting to daydream about other icons--fictional and real--I'd like to see be "like Mike" and make a return to popular culture via video games. After all, legends never die. Note: Bagger Vance not included.
Comic books have come a long way since their inception. But the following collection will make you wish you never even started reading them. It's when, for the best or worst of intentions, comic book writers committed themselves to a story so horrible, its effects would be felt for years to come.
We're not quite sure why, but there's something about toys doing drugs that makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside. (You know, other than the actual drugs...) From Thor to Barbie, just put a joint in their mouths and some coke on their noses, and these dope-loaded playthings come to life in a way you've never before seen. In fact, they look so real, you almost want to have an intervention.
There are few absolute truths in the DC comic book universe. Superman can’t be around kryptonite, OA is the source of the Green Lanterns’ power,...
I like my superheroes to be tough, smooth, invulnerable, and good with the ladies. With the writers strike off and television series’ back on, I...
The Batmobile is real. Every single time you see the Batmobile in the movie, you are seeing a real, physical object, not a computer-generated graphic....
Here is the brief synopsis of Smallville, week 2: Clark (Tom Welling) and Lois (Erica Durance) discover Kara’s (Laura Vandervoort) spaceship but before they can...