Share It Maybe, Cookie Monster's remix of the popular Carly Rae Jepsen song, became an instant internet hit, going viral roughly 17 seconds after it hit the web. Riding the wave of his newfound musical success, this time Cookie Monster is joined by his good friend (and occasional superhero) Grover, as they visit the Entertainment Weekly offices and do musical spoofs of The Avengers, Doctor Who, The Hunger Games, and even The Newsroom.
They pass on Twilight though. Apparently, the
Sunny days sweeping the clouds away are bringing some sweet air to comic stores and mobile devices later this year with the news that classic children's television show Sesame Street will come to comics for the first time in its 43 year history via Ape Entertainment.USA Today broke the news that the indie publisher is planning a four issue m
If you're the type of person who's immersed in pop culture to an obsessive degree, then the settings and locations of the things you love can become just as distinctive as the characters that occupy them. And
If you were at San Diego Comic-Con this year and happened to see a pair of men dressed as Bert and Ernie from Sesame Street on the convention floor, there's a decent chance you've actually been mere feet away from a cosplaying Justin Timberlake. The cover story
AJ Paglia knows how to work some black magic when comes to designing Sesame Street T-shirts from an alternate dimension. One of his masterpieces looks like Jack Kirby and Matt Furie had a nightmare together, while another one imagines Gonzo going all "Walking Dead" on Kermit the Frog
Grover already has a superhero alias, so why shouldn't he pick one up as tournament-ready master of Yoga Fire as well? This seems to have been thought process at work for deviantART user Matt Crane who put together a gallery of Street Fighter Muppet and Sesame Street mash-ups that look like nothing you're liable to see in an Udon comic anytime soon
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