~*~ Games ~*~
Reppin': Mr. Onslaught
Four out of five happy PSP owners agree: "Yes, there are only five of us."
Those nonsensical little OCD gaming moments you have. - "I have to keep rubbing my scalp in a clockwise direction while TF2 loads. If it's loading a map, I use the other hand and go counter-clockwise."
Hardest level/section of any game, ever? - "my dick when playin doa."
Burnout: Paradise - Try this at home, kids! - The best online racing game ever?
When The World Had Two Moons - The Final Fantasy IV Let's Play - "Hey I betrayed you /I died no just kidding I'm back: The Game."
BRAWL DELAYED AGAIN dojo post converted to mp3 format [now with VIDEO!] - This is me IRL.
~*~ Batman's Shameful Secret ~*~
Reppin': muscles like this?
Call them "graphic novels" all you like but you're not fooling anybody, nerds.
It's the Second Annual Bessies Awards! Time to vote for real! The list of nominated books is way too long to list here so suffice to say there are quite a few. Just go to the damn thread if you want to find out! DO IT.
Best comic book movie never made? Hey, do you like comic books? Do you like movies? Do you like comic book movies? If you answered yes to any of these questions please send in your responses to the "Best comic book movie never made?" thread where judges will look at your application and mock you accordingly.
Warren Ellis Q&A Tapdance Rodeo Oh my god! Oh my god! Oh my god! Oh my god! Oh my god! Warren Ellis (THE Warren Ellis) was recently purchased a forum account and he's hanging out in this thread answering questions. It's very cool.
Funny Panel of the Week
Thanks tin can made man!
The CEO of Lobstero, makers of the expensive home Lobster System, responds to recent unfavorable headlines about hand-squeezing a lobster out of one of the company's Lobster Packs.
Should you call someone a Nazi? The answer will surprise you.
The Something Awful Forums: the last bastion of sanity on the Internet. "Forum Fridays" glances at some of the most interesting and popular threads from nearly each forum, highlighting a handful of threads each week.