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The Redneck Avengers, a Bad Lip Reading

In this new prime-time drama, the Redneck Avengers explore the backwaters of obsession, relationships, and crime-fighting in Oklahoma.

Oklahoma’s still better than the West Coast Avengers…. right?

Check out this new video from Bad Lip Reading.

Kid Avengers: A Little Age of Ultron Parody Trailer

DreamWorksTV and “Not Marvel Studios” are assembling the Avengers  – err, little Avengers – once again to take on a new threat: Ultron.  Armed with hairdryers, Nerf bow and arrows and trash can lid armor, these elementary school kids unite for the greater good: to put an end to homework.

Will these Kids Avengers capture Ultron and take him to detention?

Saturday Night Live Gives us their Black Widow Film

In her first standalone film, Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) juggles an internship at Fashion Weekly magazine and a complicated relationship with boyfriend Ultron.

How Old are Comic Book Characters?

How Old Do I Look? is an interesting website where you can upload an image and it’ll guess your age and gender based on that. While it’s fun putting people you know in, it also works in some drawings. So, I decided to put in some comic characters to see what the site says.

As you can see, it’s a bit all over the place, hell it thinks I’m in my mid-50s.

Dungeons & Dragons Can Lead to the Occult

A clip of a 2010 sermon from Hegewisch Baptist Church has been making the rounds lately. In it Pastor Win Worley warns that unicorns, new age, enchantments, potions, spells, fetishes, Dungeons & Dragons, psychic reading, karma, false visions, reincarnation, superstitions are some of the occult spirits you need to watch out for and dabbling in these can curse you, your children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren.

This has been a chant of the religious far right for 30 years now. If you want to see more, you can watch the full video here.

Enjoy the laughs.

(via Boing Boing)

Stan Lee Teaches Cameo School

Discover the hidden talents of comic book legend Stan Lee as he teaches a very unique acting class. Directed by Kevin Smith and starring Tara Reid, Michael Rooker, Lou Ferrigno, Jason Mewes, and an Audi S8, it’s time for the world to appreciate the subtle art of cameo acting.

The above ad is an add for Audi, and it’s really entertaining.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Goes Retro

The Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer has gone retro with Christopher Reeve and Adam West.

Jimmy Kimmel Goes Avengers Crazy…. and a little Ant-Man

Jimmy Kimmel went Avengers crazy on Monday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live featuring the cast and lots of skits involving the cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron. He also has a little after-credits scene with Paul Rudd aka Ant-Man. Check out all the video below!

Cheesy Marvel Cartoon Openings

Jimmy and the Avengers Play Telephone

Wall of America: Marvel Comics Super Fans

The AvenGerbils: Hamster of Thor

Who Leads the Avengers in Real life?

Mark Ruffalo on His “Man-Canceling” Avengers Outfit

The Cast Discuss Strange Fan Art

The Cast Take Fan Questions

Avengers Family Feud

Post Credit skit

Ryan Reynolds Shows off the Deadpool Suit. But Who Did the Pose the Best?

Actor Ryan Reynolds went to Twitter to show off what you can expect he’ll look like in next year’s Deadpool movie.

The pose is rather familiar, so we had to ask, who pulls it off the best? Deadpool? Burt Reynolds? Stan Lee?

Vote in our poll!

Deadpool movie burt-reynolds-on-bear-skin-rug1 stan-lee-centerfold

The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore Takes on Diversity in Comics

You probably missed it last night, but The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore took on the topic of “race and gender issues in fictional universes,” aka comics. The episode featured Mike Lawrence, musician Jean Grae, Marvel’s Director of Content and Character Development Sana Amanat, and artist Phil Jimenez.

The episode was decent, though didn’t go too much in depth on the issue, and there was a lot of opportunity missed, especially at the end. Still, it’s great to see the issue get covered and put in front of a wider audience.

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