March 2011

Don’t believe me? Check this report from the Onion News Network.

In Freak Accident, 34 Katherine Heigl Films Released At Once

{ 0 comments }

Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles the four turtles (Leonardo, Donatello, Michaelangelo, and Raphael) are recreated here in the style of the original Mirage Studios TMNT comics. The limited collector’s peices range it height from 12″ to 16″ but all equally bring the awesome.

{ 0 comments }

Seeing how lintly was bugging me all day yesterday to take him to the screening of her new film Your Highness, I thought I’d share with you Natalie Portman‘s commercial for Miss Dior Chérie.

Miss Dior Chérie met Natalie Portman

{ 0 comments }

After another short intro from the “Secret Files of Batman’s Greatest Cases” featuring King Tut and his armies of mummies which ar thwarted by Batman and Robin wearing mummy costumes (coated in buttermilk because “it’s the one thing that repels pharoh’s rays”)… wait, I have to stop for a second because this, yet again, is another opening that is equal parts awesome and insane. Anywho, the real story gets started when Batman shows in Metropolis on the trail of jewel thieves, only to stay around for a few days and hang out with Superman.

[click to continue…]

{ 0 comments }

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if every movie got its own Saturday morning cartoon? Craked has you covered.

{ 1 comment }

What’s up next for Marvel Comics? It seems Matt Fraction and Stuart Immonen have been tapped to pit Spider-Man, Captain America, Wolverine, Iron Man and the rest of the Marvel Universe against the God of Fear in Fear Itself and his acolytes. Um… yeah. Maybe it’s just the presentation, but is anyone else getting a sinking Brightest Day feeling about this one, or is it just me?

{ 0 comments }

“In order to reveal the existential angst of a certain young Mr. Jon Arbuckle” Garfield Minus Garfield removes the lasagna loving cat from his own comic strip.

{ 0 comments }

There are two different types of comic writers. The first attempts nothing more than to tell good stories month after month by understanding the characters, the world they inhabit, and working within that framework. The second attempts to deconstruct the existing reality of a hero in an attempt to create a definitive version. Grant Morrison is the later. And that’s why he so often pisses me off.

[click to continue…]

{ 0 comments }

Okay, it’s a full statue… but my point still holds, don’t you think? Fans of the character should check out this Spider-Woman 14″ polystone statue.

{ 0 comments }

This fun ‘n catchy little music video comes courtesy of The Pete Walter Band. “Troubling Me” is the debut single for the band which can boast a true international style featuring artists from France, Great Britain, and Brazil capturing the “cultural diversity of the London music scene.” Have a look and listen.

The Pete Walter Band – Troubling Me (official music video)

{ 0 comments }