Hey, you know how you wanted to spend the next 15 minutes watching a Norwegian metal singer belting out every Power Rangers theme song from the past 20 years? No? Well, too bad, because that's what we're doing, and it's going to be awesome.
The singer in question is PelleK, who's been getting attention lately for his energetic, soaring cover songs like Frozen's "Let It Go" and Miley Cyrus's "Wrecking Ball," but since those songs aren't about teenagers with attitude fighting monsters in a giant robot, I'm comfortable in declaring that nobody cares about them. This, however, is fantastic -- and considering that he sings every song from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers all the way up to Power Rangers Super Megaforce in one continuous shot, it's actually really impressive, too. Check out the full video below!
I don't know about you, but for me, Valentine's day presents a pretty huge problem, in that I am only really comfortable expressing my emotions through Batman. Fortunately, America's thriving greeting card industry has addressed that very problem with their annual crop of Valentine's Day Cards!
Okay, admittedly, the ones with the stuff I like are mostly meant for children to hand out at elementary school, but that doesn't mean that you and I can't use them to express our emotions in our adult lives -- it just means that people might look at you funny in the checkout line. But which to pick? It's a tough decision that co
Rocktober? Shocktober? Mohawktober? Here at ComicsAlliance, we just can't decide what we want to celebrate this month, so we're bringing you a different monthly theme every day! Today, we'reraising the black sword of Chaos in honor of Arioch, Lord of the Seven Darks, Knight of the Swords, Lord of the Higher Hell, and patron diety of Michael Moorcock's Elric of Melniboné! Find out how to properly observe this festive month after the cut!
Yep: It mostly comes down to killing things with swords. You may want to check with your local law enforcement agencies before really ge
I've had a Google alert set up for "heavy metal Batman" for years, and I have to say that the results I've seen have been pretty disappointing. Until this week, that is, when our friends over at Topless Robot posted the
The wonderful world of ironic metal covers typically thrives on the edges of social media and live performances, where fans are free to pay tribute to -- or parody -- popular song with the power of C tuning, blast beats and seven layers of screaming without upsetting corporate copyright holders
This week, "Detroit Metal City" volume 4 hits shelves courtesy of Viz, and whlie I could not be more excited to get my hands on it, it occurs to me that there are probably some people out there who might not be familiar with the series, and who are therefore leading lives that are empty and completely devoid of meaning.
While headbanging and making devil horns isn't as common in comics as, say, spandex, Dark Horse Comics has been working to bring the world of metal music into sequential art with books like last summer's "Goon vs. Dethklok," where the fictional metal band from Adult Swim's "Metalocalypse" met up with Eric Powell's paranorma
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