and he's wielding something heavy enough to pulverize
every bone in your opponent's body.
When it comes to comic books, a standard plot device to show "common" knowledge is to use newspaper headlines. So, the internet being what it is, here's a site that takes those newspaper "shots" from old comics and displays them out of context. Some are pretty hilarious. (Make sure you mouseover the pics to see the comment text.)
Get your headlines on at Dateline: Silver Age.
There are only, what, 25 levels? Something like that. But the physics-based problem-solving fun keeps you going in Hardball Frenzy.
The "level complete" music cracked me up each time. And here's a tip: don't move your cursor when you fire, in case you need to make just a minor adjustment from your last shot.
Thanks to a neverending supply of new infographics from the good folks at onlineschools.org, welcome to a new feature here. So, let's get to it.
Amongst all their other superhero-related stuff, this site (which boasts itself "The largest superhero store on the web") has a bunch of mousepads, mice, headphones, and keyboards.
Although I'm not sure how the Star Trek Enterprise qualifies as a superhero, even if it =does= fly.
Posted by NuclearToast at 10:00 AM
Matthew's company moved into a new building. Apparently, he's never seen a vending machine before, because his joy at finding one in his new digs sent him over the edge. He's vowed to eat and review every item in said machine, and is doing so at Vending Spree.
Do you love photography? Do you read your local newspaper? Then you'll be familiar with the not-quite-news that these papers are sometimes forced to print in order to fill space. And often, articles are accompanied by pictures. Pictures of local people being angry about something.
Here's a site that celebrates all that's wrong (and therefore, enjoyable) about it: Angry People in Local Newspapers.