Viral video makers Front Page Films have been mining Christopher Nolan's ultra-serious Dark Knight trilogy for comedy for a while now in an ongoing series of "Badman" shorts that have parodied everything from Batman Vs. the Scarecrow to Batman vs. Two-Face, Batman Vs. The Riddler, Batman Vs. an
Video: The CW's new live action Arrow gets reimagined as an erotic thriller thanks to College Humor. It's technically SFW, but about as highly suggestive as its Fify Shades of Grey inspiration.
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Over the course of more than 70 years of comic book stories, plus dozens of animated and live action adaptations across film television and video games, Batman's secret identity has only been deduced a handful of times -- and more often than not by friends rather than foes
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Following in the footsteps of their Game of Thrones RPG video, Collegehumor returns with a 16-bit Square/Enix-style RPG reimagining of the complete Battlestar Galactica series on Syfy. It's an abbreviated retelling, to be sure, but BSG fans (and critics) will enjoy the shoutouts to controversial plot twists like the
Comics: The results of Boom! Studios' comic book presidential straw poll are in and President Obama has won the battle of the pre-orders.
Movies: New photos reinforce the idea that Amy Adams could be playing a redheaded Lois Lane through the entirety of Man of St
Following up on his exploration of superhero sex positions, CollegeHumor cartoonist Caldwell Tanner is back with another intimate series based on the personal lives of some of our favorite comic book characters. In the "What's Happening To My Body?" Book For Mutants, Tanner casts Professor X as a sex education teacher giving his mutant students some crucial understanding of their variously horrible bodily functio