Here’s what we’re SCOOPin’ today:
It’s 7/11, so naturally 7-Eleven is giving away 7.11 oz. Slurpees from 11am til 7pm. Got that?
Watch Chevy Chase fight a group of punk kids in 1984, because it’s awesome.
I’m kinda tired of people going to stand up comedy shows and not being prepared to see stand up comedy. Here’s the whole Daniel Tosh saga if you’re interested. He’s not the first offensive comedian, certainly won’t be the last. If you’re not into it, don’t go. If you get there and realize you hate it, leave quietly.
calm down about rape jokes everyone’s been raped at least once by george lucas
— Sarah Beattie (@nachosarah) July 11, 2012
This clown shoe insists that Kate Upton is fat. Haters gotta hate.
Before you hit send or submit, PLEASE make sure you have the right file attached. Actually, don’t worry about it. Things like this need to continue to happen. (scooped by Mr. Serious)
Saw a trailer for this movie during the MLB All-Star Game last night. “It’s full of your own butt toots.”
25 ways to tell if you’re a kid of the 90s (scooped by Mr. Serious)
This is just great. (scooped by Mr. Serious)
I’ve always been a fan of Star Wars and comic books. Rarely did the two obsessions meet, but lately I’ve been trying to get into the Star Wars title comic books. Problem is, while they are “Star Wars” comics, most times they introduce new characters, or focus on the ‘compared-to-the-rebellion-relatively-unimpressive-adventures’ of a rogue Jawa or a corrupt Yavinese politician. Well no more! In January we get Star Wars the comic book. Just Star Wars. It takes place after Episode IV and follows Luke, Leia, Han & Chewy. Can’t wait.
We discussed the exclusives that were advertised for the upcoming 2012 Comic Con International, but the LEGO exclusives were just announced. LEGO Star Wars Rancor Pit? LEGO Bizarro minifigure? THESE are the things I would spend my “line time” and money on if I were going to SDCC.
Here’s the podcast where we discuss all of the exclusives and preview Comic Con 2012!
Christopher Nolan turned down the Justice League movie, but I’m not even sure he could save it. DC’s gotta make bankable individual heroes before slapping them all together. We now know it will be at least three years before we see any new DC Comics movies, though.
Even scarier than a horrific failure of a Justice League movie? No internet for the entire planet. Here are 4 ways that could happen. (scooped by Mr. Serious)
One of our favorite podcasts is doing a live show for their season finale. If you’re a child of the 80s and haven’t checked out the Cold Slither Podcast, what are you waiting for? Highly entertaining show week in and week out. Great posts on the site too. Save the date!
Birthday Babe – Tanith Belbin
Today’s Failed Attempt to Capitalize on the Popularity of the Oscar Meyer Wienermobile