You can’t hide what you’re doing from a warg. They see everything as this comic by Azad Injejikian proves. That’s just awkward.
One of the gripes that keeps coming up about Iron Man 3 is that Tony Stark doesn’t call upon the Avengers to help him in his fight. They all get along, they’ve battled side by side, why wouldn’t he give them a ring? Well, there are many reasons but I like the humorous ones Dorkly came up with best. The fact is that the superhero team really isn’t all that amazing.
Check out the funny breakdown of more members of the team after the break.
Batman and Iron Man aren’t so different. They’re both rich and smart (though in different ways), and they both possess incredible technology to battle bad guys. As the above comic illustrates, they also have to deal with their own demons. Both are completely valid.
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You know how geek girls have to deal with the nasty “fake” word? Samus Aran hears it, too. However, she’s got a weapon and tells the losers how it is.
Check out the entire comic after the break.
With all the changes the House of Mouse has made at Lucasfilm in the past few months, some fans are questioning their intentions. I admit I don’t feel as optimistic as I did when Disney first purchased the company. A recent edition of The Gutters by Elliot Serrano and Chris Sheridan pretty much nails my thoughts.
(via The Gutters)
What if there were endless parallel universes with endless Pokédexes to complete? You’d constantly have to jump around to catch ‘em all. It adds a whole other dimension to Pokémon.
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Can you imagine Joffrey Baratheon with a Facebook account? I bet Tyrion would post gifs of him slapping Joffrey on his wall all day long. Though this image doesn’t have that exactly, it does feature the Game of Thrones cast on Facebook and it’s freaking hilarious.
Even if Facebook goes the way of MySpace one day, these kind of gags will still be funny.
Check out the entire image after the break and beware spoilers for seasons 1 and 2.
Sauron’s battle tactics aren’t exactly water tight. He leaves a few openings – like wearing the One Ring of power outside of his armor – but who’s going to question him? He’s too scary. If only there was a brave orc to point out the flaws in the plan. This comic imagines such a creature spoke up and besides making sense, it’s hilarious.
Check out the full comic after the break.