Awkward and Stange Comic Panels

ImageSo your reading one of your favorite comic and you come across a panel that taken out of context may seem a little wrong or funny.

Slightlywarped has compiled a few of these types of panels. Some a just strange and other a disturbing. Also you can see the evolution of the writing style and how our few have changed over time. The treatment of woman in comics to awkward treatment of other cultures.

You may seen some of these pictures on other sites but is well worth a look again.


Go Ahead Do It

If you do not have Stumble then you have to get it. By just clicking a little button you maybe amazed at some to the stuff you will fine. So saying that click on the link to this site. I dare you not to smile or go WTF? Hongfire.


Star Trek: The Video Game

To promote the release of the new video game Star Trek: The Video Game, Namco Bandai games got together two old friends. William Shatner and the Gorn sit down in this funny ad. Set to be released in April just before the opening of the new Star Trek film, Star Trek Into Darkness. in the video game the Gorn look very different from the Gorn in the Star Trek series episode “Arena”. It is always good to see Shatner being Shatner.

Iron Man Heading to Disneyland

“Iron Man you just saved the world. What are you going to do next?”

“I’m going to Disneyland

Alright so maybe he is not flying to go on the Nemo ride at Disneyland but some of the Iron Man tech is.

To celebrate the upcoming release of Iron Man 3, Innoventions at Disneyland is setting up some of the original set pieces from the film.

Starting April 13th, “Iron Man Tech Presented by Stark Industries” will allow visitors the chance to go and visited Tony Stark’s Armour room. The room will feature some of the suits used in the upcoming film. Guests will also have the opportunity to test out and experience the infamous repulsor blast. 

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This animated short from 2009 uses Samuel L. Jackson’s monologue speech of Ezekiel_25.17 and music from the film Pulp Fiction. Ian Walters created this short using Blender 3D and according to Ian

“It took about 4 months worth of spare evenings and started off simply as an excuse to have another try at lip-sync. It just grew into a slightly more mammoth task!”

This is a cute little short and well worth a moment of your time.