Settling one of the most juvenile yet compelling superhero debates that has raged across generations, Marvel Comics architect Stan Lee confirmed this week that Ben Grimm, better known to Fantastic Four fans as the monstrous The Thing, does indeed have a penis made of orange rock.
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TV: I was happy enough knowing that BBC America would be broadcasting the Doctor Who Christmas Special the same day as the regular BBC (you know, on Christmas), but they've gone and topped my jolly feelings with a new image perfect for my desktop.
Society has some interesting -- and arbitrary -- ideas about when we should do certain things. We're told we should eat cereal for breakfast, for example, when it is clearly a 24-hour food, and drinking alcoholic
There's been a multitude of awesome Marvel Mini-Mates since the toy line first debuted through Diamond Select, but after 36 different waves filled with every superhero and villain you could possibly dream up, one has to wonder how the series is going to keep itself fresh for much longer
What do you get when you combine Wolverine's head, Captain America's torso, one of Iron Man's boots, one of the Thing's legs, one arm of the Hulk's and another from the Human Torch's? Apparently, you don't quite get a Super Skrull, but rather a still very awesome "Marvel Mashup" Qee from Jeremy Gibbs
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