By Chris Bucholz Published: December 24th, 2014
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This past year has been an excellent one for comic books. The explosion of digital comics has lowered barriers to entry, and raised quality across the board. Picking out the best comics that cam...
There ain’t no party like an impromptu party -- and we’re not talking about your average, run-of-the-mill surprise birthday, either (though those certainly have their entertainment value in the fun department). No, we’re talking about...Show More Summary
The countdown is on... we're merely hours away from Christmas, presents and gorging on our favorite holiday foods. While there's no doubt the holidays are really the most wonderful time of year -- there's one reason we are happy when it's all over: No more Christmas music. Show More Summary
Brad Elterman was at the centre of Los Angeles Rock and Punk scene in the late 1970s and early 80s. He was there at the craziest of parties and backstage at the most legendary concerts. Among the stars Brad circulated with are Joan Jett, Bob Dylan, Duran Duran, The Dead Boys, Blondie, and the Ramones. Show More Summary
Paul McCartney (The Beatles) and Mick Jagger (The Rolling Stones) are travelling across the table from each other on a train at Euston Station on their way to Bangor on the Fifth of August 1967. (Photo by Victor Blackman/Express/Getty Images)
How to Talk to Your Family During the... 1:58 The family discusses the newest take on a classic film with awkward results. Submitted by: Darren Miller Regular Keywords: Annie movie film play musical race racism black white family Christmas holidays dinner awkward awkward conversations Views: 4
Throwing Shade #72: Merry Christmas &... 15:07 This week, Erin and Bryan exchange Christmas gifts! Then, Bryan talks about the gay Santa Claus in Morgan Spurlock's new documentary I Am Santa Claus, and Erin looks at sexual harassment at Zillow.com. Show More Summary
No, not real gold. The moment I saw that this latest version of the 22" figure was retailing for a mere $500, I knew that. It's just vac-metallizing. But that's like saying Skeet Ulrich just loo...
Gift of the Magi A benevolent comic from AmazingSuperPowers. Submitted by: amazingsuperpowers Regular Keywords: amazingsuperpowers comics christmas gifts christmas gifts gifs for christmas worst christmas gifts Views: 6,324
Yo, Todd McFarlane? Here's proof that you don't have to deviate from the Lego template in any way to induce nightmares. I don't even need to hear James Spader's voice emanating from it to creep...
It's time for a little Christmas treat for all you movie buffs out there. Thanks to Expedia Finland, you can check out some iconic movie posters recreated with Santa Claus. The genre types run the gamut, so whether you're into "Fight...Show More Summary
I don't normally do gossip, but this one feels relevant to our interests - after years of making increasingly mediocre faux-goth movies together, Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter have broken...
"Christmas break is like going to visit your Facebook feed in person." Truer words have never been spoken. Between being forced to watch every cat video on the Internet with your mom, running into boyfriends and girlfriends of hometowns...Show More Summary
What day is it?! It can't be... Christmas already?! If you're celebrating the holiday and haven't bought any presents yet (and you're familiar with 1990's game show "Supermarket Sweep") you're definitely going to relate to this. Aaaaaand...Show More Summary
On the ninth episode of "Too Long; Didn't Listen," comedians Dan Soder And Jacqueline Novak have one thing on the brain: the end of the world. Well, not just the end of the world. We also talk about Dan's conspiracy theory involvingShow More Summary
If traditional Christmas celebrations aren't really for you -- if you're more of a Netflixer than a caroler -- try these suggestions for celebrating the holiday your own special way: 1. "30 Rock" Make someone else's happy family hate...Show More Summary