Using a highly scientific process we can gauge exactly what sort of diet you have based on you Super Smash Bros. Ultimate main character. Check it out!
It has been far, far, far too long since the last Strong Bad E-mail appeared. If only the Homestar Runner adventures would arrive more often… (sad emoji). Until then, let’s see what Strong Bad is up to.
Sam and Niko at Corridor Digital are back with another superhero themed video that is all kinds of disturbing, as they present their take on Spider-Man.
Spoilerite Karen pointed us to this hilarious video of what an Imperial Consultant thinks about the Death Star.
Today’s Our Valued Customers strip totally gets the love/hate relationship with fandom, perceived fandom, and the threat that “your thing” is going to be usurped by a bunch of people who are not you. This may be my favorite comic strip of the year. via Our Valued Customers
November 17th is Life Day in the Star Wars universe, and while we are a day late, you can still experience the joy that is the Star Wars Holiday Special. It’s like a gift that keeps on giving.
It’s time to take a look at the history and culture of Texas.
Silver Surfer. You know him, you love him. You’ve seen him surf the space waves looking for world’s that Galactus will devour. But have you ever seen him surf the streets of New York City?
As the holidays draw ever closer, it’s time to reflect on what it means to be rescued from the upside down.
What a wonder phrase. Thanks to Spoilerite John for sending this bit of joy our way on this Friday!
Oh, sure, Pokemon Go is all the rage with the superhero set, but the Dark Knight has Batman: GO!
What was Thor doing during Captain America: Civil War? This new bonus clip reveals all.
I went to the movie theater to see Super Mario Bros. when it was initially released, and 23 years later, I still have a horrible taste in my mouth. This is why Mario Bros. fan films are so important – to give us a palette cleanser and to show us what could be if H’wood would give the property one more chance. The latest offering to the fan film catalogue features the Mario Bros. getting a Goodfellas treatment.
We know that the upcoming Suicide Squad brings some of the worst DC Villains together to take on something even worse. But what if Quentin Tarantino had a chance to assemble his own squad? What would it look like? Fortunately, thanks to Loot Crate Productions, we know what it could look like.