When you're looking for an elegant utensil from a more civilized age, consider: Lightsaber chopsticks.
They're available through Amazon Japan, and my modest Japanese reading ability tells me that the red lightsabers are the Darth Vader version, the blue lightsabers are the Luke Skywalker version, and the shorter green chopsticks, naturally, are for Yoda. Grip your sushi like Darth Vader gripped that guy's neck when he found his lack of faith disturbing!
These days, you can barely turn around without hitting an actor, singer, or pseudo-celebrity who wants to make their own comic book, but the current craze is nothing new -- bizarre celebrity cameos are as old as comics themselves, and Chris Sims of the Invin
"G.I.Joe: Rise of the Cobra" hit theaters last Friday, and from all indications, it's not as bad as "Transformers 2," which is some pretty damning faint praise. If you're unconcerned with spoilers and want a wrap-up of the film, hit up Topless Robot's latest movie FAQ, and check ou
Despite my general distaste for the reality show genre, I was recently inducted me into the cult of "So You Think You Can Dance," a dance competition to become "America's favorite dancer" -- except that unlike "American Idol" et al
If you haven't heard about the Obama "birther" controversy, then congratulations, because it's colossally stupid: A fringe group of conservatives are insisting that President Obama was born abroad, is not a U.S. citizen and therefore cannot be president. It's a hard point to argue since Obama has publicly released his birth
It seems like something straight out of 2003's "JLA/Avengers" or 1996's Amalgam Universe: DC Comics characters like Green Lantern Hal Jordan, Batman and Superman gliding across a screen inches away from graphics of Marvel's mightiest heroes.
Well, it's actually happening -- in a sense -- over at Marvel.com thanks
You can't recommend a comic to someone without context -- a broader sense of what they enjoy, in both comics and other media. In the Rec Room, ComicsAlliance uses the graphic novels, books, television and movies that you do know as a gateway to the great comics that you don't.
If you're a fan of Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk from "Firefly" or "Dollhouse," you may enjoy their appearances in Spike TV's new series, "PG Porn." The parody videos star both prominent actors and adult film
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