OHHHHH, it's spelled Bentl-E-y!!! Well now I know. I want to thank all of you for your many compliments on my 2012 video last week and for kicking it all over the internet.

Despite getting over 400k views, getting mentioned by Olivia Munn, and being called a racist, the best was hearing Mother Dean say with glee "Did you go viral?!" No video this week, but you better be damn sure there will be more in the future. I'm not even going to try to top last weeks yet (because you all said I couldn't) so here is some of the usual tomfoolery.

This week Sci-Fi made the switch. Getting tired of the constant requests for intelligent and actual science fiction from the nerds of the world they began to make the slow switch from specialized network to a homogenized, middle of the road, appeal to all, network that all cable channels seem to do. Remember a time when you would've been aghast at "Roadhouse" showing up on AMC? So they've re-branded themselves as a sort of hipster, free for all, paradise of imagination with SYFY. By eliminating the word Science Fiction they know they are shooing away those who had buttered their bread and they have a small marketing campaign dedicated just for them.


But at least they distinguish between geeks and nerds.

There is a new Marvel Cartoon out and in this new still we can see Wolverine showing off some of the new ink he got on his last trip to Lake Havasu.


Come on, am I that predictable? Nice try.


New concept art was released this week that finally explains Devastator's nards. Here is a closeup of the piece.


oh boy. Well a new Dutch produced film about a madman sewing women together butt to mouth makes "Boxing Helena" look like an exercise in good taste. All I can offer are two quotes from others and an image from myself to explain.

Dr. Ian Malcolm:
(They) were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should.


Skwisgaar Skwigelf:
pfff. The Dutch.

Garrison Dean:


Garrison Dean's real name is not Garrison Dean and he is a liar. Though don't get too excited.

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