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
We've reaffirmed that dickish superheroes are basically always funny with Funny Or Die's incredibly good Captain Planet parody, but CollegeHumor raises the bar with a new video that takes on the famous Joker interrogation scene from The Dark Knight. While Christian Bale's infamous Batman voice and other idiosyncrasies constitute low-hanging fruit that's been picked by count
Under the premise that "Hollywood is running out of A-List Superheroes," College Humor's created a series of comedy shorts profiling the likes of the Wonder Twins, The Powerpuff Girls, the Bionic Woman, Falcon, Dazzler and Whizzer for "open casting." Though fans will no doubt take issue with the inclusion of a f
Fresh off a genuinely epic fail at the Comedy Central roast of Donald Trump, America's national shame, The Situation, rejoined his sickbros of Jersey Shore for a street brawl with the heroes of Dragon Ball Z. Perhaps inspired by the endlessly bizarre hairstyles of DJ Pauly D.
Dedicated ComicsAlliance readers will remember our post spotlighting the brilliant work of Caldwell Tanner, who asked What if Superheroes were Hipsters? In a series of hilarious portraits that we will say again do not resemble the ComicsAlliance staff in any way, Tanner reimagined Aquaman as a v-neck wearing beardo, Batman as am obnoxious RAGEQUITTING Tweeter, Iron
The recent news that Zak Snyder plans on shooting "Xerxes," the "sort of sequel" to Frank Miller's "300" in 3D is a gentle reminder that the innovative "Sin City" and "The Dark Knight Returns" creator has never let a little thing like historical accuracy get in the way of a good story. It's a good thing too, because as demonstrated by the imagination of Coll
While it's true that the Internet's relentless jihad against hipsters has become a bit of a bore (are we really done making fun of the Ed Hardy sickbros? Is there nothing left to say about yuppies?), some legit shock and awe has come in the form of a new feature at CollegeHumor. Artist Caldwell Tanne
As the calendar veers toward many college and university's fall semesters (or trimesters if you nasty), students of all ages are preparing for the joys of scholarship and knowledge...and overpriced books