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As unlikely as it may seem, a recently released pornographic parody of Star Trek: The Next Generation is an astonishingly good, big budget fan-film based on the classic television series. Featuring impressively faithful recreati
Because we live in a depraved and decadent world brimming over with sickness and loathing like so much urine from a nightclub toilet, a group of young men and women had the resources to create and consume the approximately two dozen deliberately nauseating pizzas eaten or otherwise referenced by Michelangelo in the classic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series. Among them, pizzas made with hot fudge, p
DC Comics' Green Lantern franchise is so hot that pieces of it are literally on fire. Retailers received from DC's Senior VP - Sales Bob Wayne urgent instructions to unplug the "Green Lantern Animated Light Up Display" after one store's unit went up in flames. Based on artwork by Jim Lee and Scott Williams, t
In the criminal justice system, great power comes with great responsibility...
Joining the infamous ranks of the alleged O.J. Simpson murders and the alleged Michael Jackson child molestations and the alleged murder of JonBenet Ramsey by her parents is Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. Like those other atrocities, the disastrous Broadway m
Dilbert creator Scott Adams came to our attention last month for the first time since the mid to late '90s when a blog post surfaced where he said, among other things, that women are "treated differently by society for exactly the same reason that children and the mentally handicapped are treated differently. It's just easier this way for everyone."
Now, he's managed to provoke yet another internet maelstorm of derision by popping up on mes
Over the past two weeks, the Internet comics community has been buzzing with the news surrounding Rob Granito, a talentless parasite that managed to con his way into comic book conventions as an "artist" who sold commissions and "originals" that were completely ripped off of other artists' work. The Wonder Woman piece above, for instance, is swiped wholesale from John Delaney and Rob Boyd's cover for Advent