While some folks view the Republican primaries as America's greatest reality TV show, left-leaning viewers may see it as a choice between four political supervillains (or three supervillains and the somewhat less potent Ron Paul). Fron
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Q: What is the most ridiculous, outlandish plot a super-villain in comics ever had to take over the world? -- @Wowmonstershow
A: With the exception of Cobra Commander, people who are actually set on wor
If you've been paying attention to the news, late night talk show monologues or even the more well-read fortune cookies lately, you've probably gotten wind of the WikiLeaks scandal, in which over 250,000 confidential diplomatic documents were leaked to news sources via the WikiLeaks media organization, provoking embarrassment to the government and absolute shock to people who had no idea that governments could sometimes be mean to each other.
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Editor's Note: The following is presented as part of a partnership with the Latverian Daily Inquisitor, in which it originally ran. The views presented below are solely those of Latverian monarch Dr. Victor Von Doom, and and do
What If... Victor von Doom Were a Stand Up Comedian? This video explores the possibility in a stand up routine that gives the Latverian dictator and perpetual Fantastic Four nemesis an opportunity to hawk his new invention, the Doom-o-Matic, late night TV style