Mac DeMarco Tries To Maintain His Chill While Eating Spicy Wings

Mac DeMarco is one of the most chill dudes in the indie music scene, and that's saying a lot considering how totally chilled out soft rock-inspired lo-fi bands can be.

Mac's latest album This Old Dog dropped on May 5th, which means summer 2017 is going to be one laid back and dreamy season of warmth, but can Mac maintain his chill while eating the spiciest wings on the planet?

Mac appeared on First We Feast's Hot Ones to chat with Sean Evans about his dope new album and see if he can keep his cool while the wings keep getting hotter and hotter.

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A Collection Of Cringeworthy Commercials From The 90s

When I think back on the 90s I recall all the cringeworthy things my friends and I thought were so so sick during that decade between the radical 80s and blah 00s.

Trends like JNCO jeans, frosted tips, hemp bracelets, Big Johnson t-shirts and bowl cuts parted right down the middle didn't age well, so they'll forever be thought of as 90s throwbacks.

But aside from these horrible fashion trends the 90s gave us some pretty great stuff too, like Pokemon, Super Soakers and Rice Krispies Treats Cereal, which were sold to kids via these totally slammin' commercials!

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Those shiny robot people from the Duracell commercials still give me the creeps... *shiver*


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Why Some Great Game Consoles Failed Spectacularly

When gaming consoles were introduced in the early 1980s they were so expensive many kids couldn't afford them, so the lucky kids who could were forced to share their rad new console with their friends and family.

This prohibitive pricing may have contributed to the North American video game crash of '83, which sunk the Magnavox Odyssey 3 before it could change the gaming world with its high resolution graphics and precision keyboard.

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It took decades for game companies to realize price is everything in the world of gaming consoles, and yet EA founder Trip Hawkins didn't think about price when he left EA to create the 3DO, so it bombed hard.

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Released in 1993 at a staggering $700, the 3DO was supposedly HDTV compatible with graphics that blew away the competition, but the 3DO simply couldn't compare to the mighty $90 Nintendo Entertainment System.

Nintendo has made their fair share of mistakes too, like the Virtual Boy or the more recent Wii U, but their biggest failure was also one of their biggest leaps forward in terms of tech- the 64DD.

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The 64DD was released as a magnetic disk drive peripheral for the Nintendo 64, but console gamers couldn't wrap their minds around all the 64DD's high tech features:

"DD" is short for "dynamic drive".[1] Plugging into the extension port on the underside of the console, it allows the Nintendo 64 to use proprietary 64 MB magnetic disks for expanded and rewritable data storage, a real-time clock for persistent game world design, and a standard font and audio library for further storage efficiency. Furthermore, the 64DD's software titles and hardware accessories let the user create movies, characters, and animations to be used within various games and shared online. The system could connect to the Internet through a now-defunct dedicated online service called Randnet for e-commerce, online gaming, and media sharing.

Only 10 games were ever released for the 64DD, and Nintendo sold about 15,000 units worldwide, making it one of the worst console failures of all time.

Read Why These Great Game Consoles Failed Spectacularly here


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Read Joss Whedon's Unproduced Screenplay For Wonder Woman

Joss Whedon has come a long way from the days when he was writing for Roseanne, and since then many studios have asked Joss to write scripts based on their franchises.

But for some reason Warner Bros hired Joss to write and direct a Wonder Woman movie back in 2006 but by early 2007 the project had been cancelled, leaving us to wonder what a Whedon Wonder Woman movie would have looked like.

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We've waited 10 long years to see Wonder Woman on the big screen, but before you go see the new movie you should read Joss Whedon's unproduced Wonder Woman screenplay and see how it compares to the Snyderverse version.

Read the full script here

-Via GeekTyrant


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Red Red Riding Hood

Fairy tale characters were way too calm and composed considering the morbid situations they dealt with during their stories, and they acted like these dark moments were no big deal.

Pushing an old hag who eats kids into an oven and leaving "the ungodly creature to be burned to ashes" should have scarred Hansel for life, and Jack narrowly escaped the clutches of a hungry giant, which would have left him with PTSD.

And, as this Electric Bunny comic shows, Little Red should have totally lost it when her grandma emerged from the wolf's stomach alive and unharmed, leaving them both in need of therapy and a long shower!

-Via Geeks Are Sexy


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Rock Bands Named After Classic Literature

Somewhere along the way it was decided that people who play in bands aren't very bright, then rock stars were further stigmatized as being drunk, dumb and on drugs because some big names glamorized this lushy lifestyle.

In actuality many of the most famous musicians in rock'n'roll history were extremely intelligent people, who showed off their brainy side with their brilliant lyrics and the very name of their band.

The Doors were named after Aldous Huxley's The Doors Of Perception, which is a line taken from William Blake's The Marriage Of Heaven And Hell:

“If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, Infinite. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thro' narrow chinks of his cavern.”

Stuart Murdoch got the name for his band Belle and Sebastian from French children's book Belle et Sébastien by Cécile Aubry, which was adapted into an awesome anime series in the 80s.

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Modest Mouse's lead singer Isaac Brock named the band after a passage from Virginia Woolf's The Mark on the Wall:

"I wish I could hit upon a pleasant track of thought, a track indirectly reflecting credit upon myself, for those are the pleasantest thoughts, and very frequent even in the minds of modest, mouse-coloured people, who believe genuinely that they dislike to hear their own praises."

And last but not least we have Moby, the guy who was clearly named after Moby Dick, right?

Well, sorta- Moby was born Richard Melville Hall, and his parents started calling him "Moby" at a young age after telling young Richard Herman Melville is his "great-great-great-granduncle".

See 20 Bands Named After Classic Literature at Mental Floss


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It's A Mad Mad Mad Max Fury Road World

The world had become a mad, mad, mad place well before Max went mad and fired up his Interceptor looking for revenge, but where will the madness end?

Will the post-apocalyptic world look more like the modern interpretations, or will it be full of kooky characters wearing patchwork outfits like as seen in those crazy movies of the 70s and 80s?

This video by Monkey Blood doesn't answer any of those questions, but it does answer the question nobody has ever asked- what would a Mad Max: Fury Road-It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World mashup look like?

Two words- utter madness! Also acceptable- Jonathan Winters!

It's a Mad Mad Mad Max Fury Road - Trailer from Monkey Blood on Vimeo.

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10 Of The Worst Animated Movies Of All Time

It's hard to decide which animated movies are the "greatest of all time", especially when you include both 2D and 3D features, but telling which ones are the worst is incredibly easy.

You just have to look for the animated films that are brazen ripoffs of good movies, unnecessary sequels nobody asked for or the ones that are simply too ugly to watch.

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AlltimeMovies put together this list of 10 Worst Animated Movies Of All Time, and while I don't feel they all deserve the "worst of all time" title every film on the list is unwatchable, so "the worst" it is!


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A Wes Anderson-Inspired Tourism Campaign For The Latvian Capital Of Riga

Whenever a director establishes their signature style other directors are bound to copy it, either because they're hacks or because they want to channel that director's iconic style into their own film.

The folks from ad agency DDB who created the Wes Anderson-inspired tourism campaign for Latvia's capital city Riga clearly wanted to add a bit of Wes' signature symmetry and cool use of color to their production.

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They also must have chosen Wes Anderson as their muse because Latvia looks like the setting of one of Wes' films, and the Latvians who star in these fun ads don't have to pretend to be quirky characters- because they're not acting.

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So far there are videos for five characters- the Taxi Driver, the Senior, the Priest, the Blogger and the Teacher, five colorful characters meant to symbolize the fact that you can "Be anything in Riga!"

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Unforgettable Video Game Moments

Video games are often far more memorable than other visual media because players interact with and affect the story, giving them a sense of satisfaction no movie or TV show can replicate.

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This interactivity also helps imprint those memorable moments in our minds, making sure gamers will never forget the first time they stepped out of the Vault in Fallout 3 or when they rode into Mexico after an intense river battle in Red Dead: Redemption.

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And who can forget when Ellie and Joel came across a herd of giraffes in that otherwise grim and dismal game The Last Of Us?

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See 15 Video Game Moments That Stuck With Gamers Forever here


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Weird Simpsons VHS

The Simpsons and weird go together like Bart and crime or Krusty the Klown and heart surgery, and while the show has gone to some weird places fans have managed to top the writers by a mile with their creations.

The opening title sequence is by far the most popular part of the show to recreate, but animator Yoann Hervo didn't just recreate the intro- he reconfigured its chromosomes and created a mutant called WEIRD SIMPSONS VHS.

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Dad Creates Wooden Sculpture Of His Son Wearing His Favorite Darth Vader Mask

Parents can go crazy making stuff for their kids, stuff that will most likely end up stashed in a box in the garage, but when sculptor Dan Lefebvre goes crazy making stuff for his son his creations end up proudly displayed.

Dan's version of going crazy involves chopping, carving and chiseling a massive chunk of red cedar into a realistic wooden sculpture that looks just like his son wearing a Darth Vader mask.

It's really interesting to see how Dan took a daunting chunk of cedar log and shaped it to look like his son in stages, and his attention to detail definitely adds visual interest to the figure's realistic pose.

I wonder how his son feels about having to hang out with a wooden version of himself?

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The Script For Ghostbusters Rewritten As Shakespearean Prose

Ghostbusters is a timeless film in the sense that people are going to enjoy watching it forever, but it will also forever be associated with the 1980s, so in that sense Ghostbusters is timelessly 80s.

But is the tale of four guys who use science to bust the supernatural timeless enough to translate into Shakespearean speak without missing a beat?

Artist and writer of geeky adaptations Jordan Monsell seems to think so, and his new book Ministers Of Grace: The Unauthorized Shakespearean Parody Of Ghostbusters channels The Bard for those who were bored while reading Hamlet or MacBeth.

Here's a taste:

INNKEEPER
I humbly thank thee gentles for thy speed. Our guests grow anxious by the hour and start To question me for reasons have I none.
RAY
Hath it appeared ere now?
INNKEEPER
The eldest servants know of higher floor The strange impatience, I do mean to say Though stirred it not these past five moons till late. And ne’re did carry on as violently.
EGON
Did’st thou make report to any soul?
INNKEEPER
Nay! Good heavens! We do not speak of it. I wish it were removed before the dawn.
RAY
Verily. Now peace good sir. Custom hath made it in we a property of easiness.
Exit INNKEEPER
MAN AT STAIRS
What be you, a Muscovite?
PETER
Nay, we be extirpators. A rat a man did see on floors above and called upon us.
MAN
An unholy size this rat must be.
PETER
‘Twould take this from this, sirrah.
RAY
Wilt thou follow?
MAN
I’d rather keep my head to chew and swallow.
RAY
It hath occurred to me of late that a successful trial of our weapons have we not.
EGON
I do accuse myself.
PETER
As do I.
RAY
The fault, dear Egon, is not in our stars but in ourselves, that we are underlings.
PETER
Wherefore be troubled? For upon our backs have we unlicensed boxes of rough magic.
RAY
Agreed. Are we content?
EGON charges RAY’s pack, then backs away.

-Via GeekTyrant


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Star Wars Nothing But Star Wars Mixtape Trailer

Cinefamily TV is putting together a mega-project for the 40th anniversary of Star Wars, featuring 70 minutes of the most bonkers Star Wars-related footage possible. The trailer gives us a little taste, and although it's less than two minutes long, it's weird enough to enjoy on its own.

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Forty years is a long time to be obsessed with one franchise, but plenty long enough to amass tributes that will make us laugh and feel nostalgic at the same time. The full version will be shown May 25th at the Cinefamily theater in Los Angeles. -via Gizmodo 


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The First Trailer for Star Trek: Discovery

The new series Star Trek: Discovery takes places slightly before the events of the original series with Kirk and Spock, but somehow the Starfleet crew is way more diverse, well-dressed, and armed with better special effects.  

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The CBS All Access series will be available online through a subscription service this fall. For details on the characters and trailer scenes, check out this article at Den of Geek


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Dwayne Johnson Stars In Home Alone, Goodfellas, Napoleon Dynamite And More

Now that Dwayne Johnson is a huge movie star he doesn't have to take every role he's offered, and since he's a rough and tumble kinda guy he likes to star in action films, although he was amazing as Maui in Moana.

But, as this GQ comedy video shows, Dwayne should definitely stick to starring in films that are mostly action, because he's better off playing a larger-than-life hero than a Napoleon Dynamite type.

However, if Scorsese ever considers making a Goodfellas 2 he'd better cast Dwayne as Tommy DeVito's illegitimate son because he's perfect for the role! (NSFW language)

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Artist Lost His Virginity To An Alien, Now He Paints About The Experience

Most people remember the day they lost their virginity, and since that day introduced them to the joy of sex it's usually seen as one of the best days of their lives.

But 72-year-old painter David Huggins didn't remember the day he lost his virginity until he started remembering suppressed memories- and realized he'd lost his virginity to an alien.

According to David he lost his virginity at seventeen to an "alien hybrid" named Crescent, with whom he has sired "over fifty hybrid-alien children":

As he tells it, he was walking through a forest in Georgia towards a lake. He saw her sitting next to a tree. Crescent had a perfectly normal human appearance except for her head—her pale, pointed face had large black eyes and she was wearing a wig. They both disrobed and he soon lost his virginity.

As the memories of this strange sexual encounter returned David started to use his painting skills to capture the scenes he once thought of as dreams but now believes are true events his mind has repressed.

David is the subject of an upcoming documentary by Brad Abrahams called Love and Saucers, here's the trailer:

Love and Saucers: Trailer from Brad Abrahams on Vimeo.

Read Artist Loses His Virginity To Alien. Now He Paints About It here (NSFW-ish)


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Rowan Atkinson Plays The Doctor In This 1999 Doctor Who Red Nose Day Special

For some reason the writers, directors and producers behind Doctor Who never even considered casting Rowan Atkinson as The Doctor when they rebooted the series, which was a big mistake.

Now if you only know Rowan as Mr. Bean then you probably don't see how he would work as The Doctor, but if you look at all the drastically different roles he's played you can see he was born to play a Time Lord!

Steven Moffat certainly thought so when he cast Rowan as The Doctor in this special episode he wrote for Comic Relief's Red Nose Day back in 1999, six years before the Doctor Who reboot took the world by storm.

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All the Books to Read Before the Upcoming Movies Based on Them Are Released

We all know by now that Hollywood has too few ideas of their own -which is one of many reasons why they make so many movies based on books. The good thing is that most books are better than the movie remake anyway, so if you don't want to wait for the next Hollywood release, you can just read the story ahead of time and probably find something more enjoyable anyway. So want to get a jump on the 2017 movie releases? Then check out this list of all the books they are based on and then head to your local bookstore (or Amazon).


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1997 Was A Very Good Year For Video Games

The 80s introduced us to console gaming, which created generations of lifelong gamers , but most of the games from the 80s would be seen as retro oddities and pure nostalgia by the 21st century.

However, many of the games that came out in the 90s are still revered and eagerly played by gamers to this day, and 1997 in particular was a great year to be a gamer.

97 is the year Final Fantasy VII, Fallout and GoldenEye 007 came out, three games that had such a massive impact on gaming they're still being talked about and worshipped by gamers to this day.

But let's not forget about a little game called Parappa The Rapper that came out in 97 too, as well as the incredibly captivating PC game The Curse Of Monkey Island, which is still inspiring makers of point-and-click adventure games to this day.

Read These Were The Hottest Games Of 1997 at GameSpot


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Former Correspondents Reunite For A Skit About Stephen Colbert's Last Day On The Daily Show

So many funny folks made it big after appearing on The Daily Show that it's now seen as a great place to launch comedy careers, and thanks to The Daily Show John Oliver, Samantha Bee and Stephen Colbert now have their own shows.

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart also helped launch the careers of totally crushworthy Steve Carell, Ed Helms and Rob Corddry, and somehow this motley comedy crew has managed to stay friends despite becoming super famous. 

These former  correspondents reunited on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert for a flashback skit about Stephen's last day at The Daily Show back in 2005, with John Oliver as The Steve.

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A Few Places Every Hello Kitty Fan Needs to Visit

Personally, I never got the obsessed Hello Kitty fans. She's cute and everything, but I just can't understand wanting to own every single piece of her merchandise. But if you happen to be that kind of a HK fan, then you won't want to miss this list of places across the globe that every Hello Kitty fan should visit. From cafes across the world to Sanrio Puroland in Japan and even a beauty spa in the Middle East, you won't believe how widespread the love of Hello Kitty is. 

So check out the whole list here.


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The Fabulous Cosplay of Ottawa Comic Con 2017

This is a spectacularly clever costume mashup: X-Men's Beast and Jubilee as Disney's Beauty and the Beast! They were spotted at Ottawa Comic Con this past weekend. This is Ottawa's sixth year hosting a Comic Con, and our friends from Geeks Are Sexy took photographer Patrick-Michel Dagenais to the con to capture the best of the best cosplayers. The first gallery featuring dozens of cosplayers is up now for your viewing pleasure. Check back for more in the next couple of days.


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Can The Goth Scene In Hawaii Remain Undead?

Hawaii seems like the last place goths would like to hang out, with their pale skin and dark clothing, but it seems Hawaii has its fair share of goths just like everywhere else in the world.

But what's cool about the goths of Hawaii is they've adapted their style a bit to fit the tropical locale, sort of a "vampires on vacation" look.

(Photos via Joseph Maida)

Broadly's Jessica Machado spoke with a few of the goths who call Hawaii home about the slowly dying scene and their hopes for the future:

"If this was a different place, like Germany, then goths would be all you'd see at a goth night," said Nocturna. "But here, you just don't have a very big crowd. It's kinda fading; they're not interested. I mean, people are, but they're really young and I don't know how to get them out."

"For me, this is not a phase," said Nocturna. "I've been doing this forever. I still have my collection of records, and the thing that keeps me going is that I get to play it on the radio."

But some goths refuse to accept the dwindling state of the scene and are hell-bent on reviving it. Nephilim Halls, a small collective of millennials who were bummed when goth-friendly clubs like Pink Cadillac and 1739 shut down in the mid-aughts, put together a website in 2011. For the past four years, it's served as a sort of ongoing goth newsletter to keep communication thriving and the community apprised of what events are left. And when Nocturna started focusing on bigger--and more infrequent--stuff two years ago, they decided to throw events themselves, including Kore and Vortex.

Read A Place In The Sun: The Goth Scene In Hawaii here


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The Backyard Scientist Recreates Bart Simpson's Megaphone Prank

The Simpsons have presented some incredibly strange and stupid ideas over the years that we laughed at while watching and joked about with friends after the episode was over.

But the internet made it entertaining and lucrative to recreate ideas presented on The Simpsons in real life, thus theories like this one involving Bart linking ten megaphones together are now seen as a challenge:

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Kevin Kohler, aka The Backyard Scientist, decided to test Bart's theory of the linked megaphones to see if he could break every window in his neighborhood with the force of his voice. So he linked up 10 megaphones and screamed through the one on the end, just to see if the writers were onto something with this theory.

Did Kevin's chain of megaphones have the same destructive power as Bart's did in season 8, episode 25 of The Simpsons? Tune in and find out!

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-Via GeekTyrant


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Cult Life

When a cultist heads out to join a Satanic order but ends up hailing some guy names Stan you know some really stupid stuff is about to happen, like ridiculous rituals and some goofy plan involving a goat.

But nobody ever said cultists were bright, 'cause if they were they wouldn't be praying to dark and dangerous gods who want to devour them or torture them for eternity! Heed this visual warning by Gunshow Comics and leave the cult life alone!

-Via Geeks Are Sexy


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Actors Who Refused Roles On Game Of Thrones

Most actors have a woeful tale to tell about a role they turned down that wound up being a major career boost for another actor, and these role refusal regret stories have one thing in common- the role was in a great movie or TV show.

Tamzin Merchant and Gillian Anderson have a role refusal regret story in common involving a little show called Game Of Thrones, in which Tamzin played Daenerys Targaryen for the unaired pilot.

But how were they to know Game Of Thrones would become one of the biggest TV shows of all time?

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This video by Looper reveals some of the A-list stars who refused work in Westeros, and even though Gillian Anderson's career wasn't affected by the pass many of the others on the list could've used the boost!

-Via Laughing Squid


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Stan Lee's Cameos In The Marvel Cinematic Universe Are All Connected

Stan Lee has appeared in nearly every Marvel movie and TV show ever made, and many people assumed these appearances were just a fun and clever way to pay homage to the great comic creator.

But some fans have proposed a different theory since Stan first appeared in the current batch of Marvel movies, theorizing he's actually "some sort of greater cosmic good" in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

And now producer Kevin Feige, aka the architect of the MCU, just confirmed that Stan Lee is indeed playing the same character in every cameo:

“Stan Lee clearly exists, you know, above and apart from the reality of all the films. [Lee’s cameo] wasn’t in for a long time and we put it back in towards the end of the process where he references that time he was a Federal Express agent — we thought it would be fun to put that in there because that really says, so wait a minute, he’s this same character who’s popped up in all these films.”

So does that mean they're going to make a Stan Lee movie? Because that would be amazing!

-Via Uproxx


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How Superman Scratches His Back

Superman is super strong, super fast, super resilient, super smart and super concerned with dispensing justice, so it only makes sense that he would have super powerful itches as well.

And as this Dragonarte comic shows these super severe itches are the main reason he doesn't turn on Batman and the Justice League- because he needs the team around to itch his back!

-Via Geeks Are Sexy


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Check Out This Epic Rick and Morty Dominoes Set Up

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When the Cromulons decide to host a talent competition that doesn't just require singing, I think The Domino King might be Earth's only salvation when they start asking us to "show me what you got." Need proof? Just look at this epic 18,365 piece domino layout he created for Rick and Morty. It not only has amazing pictures from the series but reveals secret hidden messages from the show as it goes. Wubba lubba dub dub indeed!


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