Red, White and Bronzed

With apologies to all you Team Stark members out there, it appears that Cap is the real “Iron Man”.

In honor of Steve Rogers aka Captain America’s 75th birthday, his hometown of Brooklyn has commissioned a 13-foot bronze statue of him. Check it out:

The statue will be officially unveiled at the San […]

Your Daily Recommended Dose of Ownage

Some of you may remember a couple years back, when someone (I can’t remember who) posted a super awesome montage of movie fight scenes. That post was, of course, destroyed in the Great Threedonian Apocalypse, but now that the YouTuber behind it has made a second one, I couldn’t help but post it. Enjoy:


Thursday Open Thread

This should be the "Selfie of the Year!" #selfie#9gag @9gagmobile

A photo posted by 9gag (@9gag) on Jul 6, 2016 at 10:04pm PDT


Saturday Open Thread

Arnold Schwarzenegger and then President George Bush go for a sled ride, 1991.

— ClassicPics (@History_Pics) June 24, 2016

Thursday Open Thread

World’s oldest surviving aerial photo. Boston in 1860 from 2,000 feet. H/t: Smithsonian Magazine

Wednesday Open Thread

Battle of Gettysburg survivors drop flowers on battlefield from plane, Memorial (Decoration) Day, this week 1938

Saturday Open Thread

On this date in 1927, Charles LIndbergh completed the first transatlantic flight landing in Paris.

From The Trailer Park - The Nice Guys

Good old school look to the trailer…made me feel like I was in the 70’s.

Geek Alert!

So the Emerald City Comic Con is going on in Seattle this weekend (I could tell because my commute home last night took even longer than normal and the people on the bus were dressed even weirder than usual.) And while the cosplays at ECCC tend not to be as good as the ones at […]

Holy Retro Awesomeness, Batman!

Imagine if the comic book movies coming out now had been made during Hollywood’s golden age, with the biggest stars of the 1940s and ’50s. Artist Joe Phillips has designed some fake movie posters that give us a fun idea of what they would look like.

Here are a few of my personal favorites: