Limp Bizkit on top of the World Trade Center, Sisqo fighting a dragon and other impossible things.
The most amazing/hideous cosplay of this year’s DragonCon.
Butchering “End of the Road” in a North Carolina bar, the REAL Boyz II Men show up to give Sir Charles an assist. Also, Boyz II Men are karaoke Power Rangers.
The raw affirmations of an Indian autotune hero will make you ready to take on the world. “It’s My Life What Ever I Wanna Do” is a “non-fictional, psychological and philosophical song,” FYI.
The guy who sang “Summer of ‘69” and “Everything I Do I Do It For You” is a photographer now. And he’s really good! NSFW
Psy dances to “Starships” in a mash-up called… “Styleships.”
This Republican parody of “Where Have All The Cowboys Gone” is misguided, but totally earnest.
Best known for 1998’s “Blue (Da Ba Dee),” Italian DJ trio Eiffel 65 holds the similarly dubious honor of crafting the only club song to ever name check Tekken 3 and Metal Gear Solid. It took a full decade for video games and dance music alike to recover from the embarrassment.
Like a comic book version of Overheard In New York, cartoonist and comic book store employee MRTIM has prodigiously kept track of the variously creepy, crazy, jerky and violent things actually said by the customers in his comic book shop and turned them into webcomics. Called Our Valued Customers, the barebones blog and simple cartoons spotlight everything we love to hate about comics (and ourselves).