The Archive

  • Why New Country Sucks


  • I can't breafff


  • Conan the Musical


  • Baroness - Shock Me


  • Gay Thug on COD

    I just wanted to shoot people.


  • White Shoes


  • Doctor Who on Tesla Coils


  • Copperhead

    Copperhead:  Sometimes I just want my sci-fi simple and western.

    One of the best series out is also one of the most unassuming. If you judge a book by its cover, and you have to sometime by their very nature, Copperhead doesn't stand out amongst the shock inducing cover art that fans are used to. This is by no means a bad thing, but what makes it different also makes it a must read. The cover art is clean and direct compared to the blood splattered, gory, team ensembles, or scantily clad women that we are used to in our weekly releases. Copperhead may be an unassuming title, but it is full of solid writing, pacing, art, and world building that comes together to create something much better without relying on obvious gimmicks.

  • Working with Bruce WIllis


  • When will the bass drop?

    SNL Short


  • The Greatest BF3 Player Ever


  • Why you talk shit AFTER the match.


  • BirgirPall: The Forest


  • Grand Theft Auto: China

    That's two stars easy.


  • Saga

    Saga:  A crazy space opera with talking cats, magic, mutilated ghost babysitters, and breastfeeding.

    What do you call a comic when you toss in space opera, family, open sexuality, PTSD-ridden robot things, bounty hunters, crazy ex-girlfriends, gay fish reporters, and an ongoing galactic war? Beats the fuck outta me, but you would get something resembling Saga. With Brian K. Vaughan writing the story and the very beautiful artwork that seemingly came outta left field from Fiona Staples, Saga is the one series that is worth jumping into.

  • wo News Anchors Hate Each Other


  • Old Man Boxing


  • Star Wars VII Trailer

    I shed a single tear of joy.


  • Get Troll


  • 100 Greatest Movie Insults

    You son of a motherless goat.