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Not Quite A Mario Brother

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Posted October 16, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Not Quite A Mario Brother

Super Mariano doesn't need magic caps, capes, and animals tails to fly; He just needs a little meth and the perpetual delusion that he's an original character that someone out there actually gives a damn about.

His logo is the symbol for the ladies room, where he spends his days hiding, hoping the perfect woman stops by and has a seat.

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Jackman Style

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Posted October 16, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Jackman Style

With the help of a little adamantium, PSY may have elevated "Gangnam Style" to entirely new levels, now reaching mutantkind.

For Wolverine, a new source of Korean-bred swagger in his dance repertoire will pay dividends when he heads to Japan to show that clumsy Silver Samurai what's what when it all goes down in The Wolverine next summer.

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Tonight On AOTS: Key & Peele's Jordan Peele & DVDuesday Returns!

Michael Kosta and Candace Bailey are back in a new Attack of the Show! Tonight's adventures include a visit from comedian Jordan Peele from Key & Peele, Chris Gore's reviews of Moonrise Kingdom and That's My Boy on DVDuesday and Blair Butler and Toy Hunter's Jordan Hembrough tracking down collectibles at New York Comic Con and. Tune in tonight 7/6c.

He Might Have Been Hit By This Car

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Posted October 16, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Thank goodness for the archives of 1970's Turkish action films for giving us so much by which to be inspired.

While they've already shown us the worst movie death scene ever, this clip depicts a hugely dramatic automotive homicide from a vehicle that comes with such pure impact, the victim was probably killed from the residual g-force alone.

Spaceballs: The Post About The Tattoo

This fine piece of work was done at Spaceballs: The Tattoo Parlor where you sit comfortably in a chair sipping a fresh cup of Joe from Mr. Coffee while watching radar on the big screen.

When you walk around sporting sexy ink like this, random women will accost you in the street offering to give you "great helmet."

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Gangnam Style Invades Star Wars

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Posted October 15, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Luke arrived on Bespin because The Force told him that his friends would be double-crossed and left both under custody and carbonite. However, even before Leia managed to tell him, he still had to suspect it was a trap.

Oh, it was a trap, all right. A trap of pure, unadulterated swagger!

Now, young Skywalker would have to deal with not only Boba Fett and Darth Vader, but an Internet-fueled dance craze that was cool at first, but is just now starting to border on irritating.

Ant-Man Gets Release Date

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Posted October 15, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Ant-Man Gets Release Date

Marvel Studios has made a few announcements today about its upcoming film projects, most notably with a release date for the mysterious Ant-Man.

November 6, 2015 will be the date when protean professor, Hank Pym makes his "small" debut on the big-screen in Marvel's movieverse under the vision of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and Hot Fuzz director, Edgar Wright.

Additionally, the future of some other solo Avengers will be in three dimensions when Iron Man 3 (May 3, 2013) and Thor: The Dark World (November 8, 2013) have been announced to hit theaters in 3D.

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Agent Coulson To Return On S.H.I.E.L.D. TV Show

It seems that even death at the hands of Loki could not stop the fan favorite phenomena that is Agent Coulson.

At New York Comic Con over the weekend, Coulson himself, Clark Gregg would surprise fans on stage at the Marvel panel in a celebration of his character that at times was even emotional. However, his presence there wasn't just for the benefit of the fan's wistful longings.

Marvel's head of television, Jeph Loeb would also take the stage to drop a bombshell bit of news: Clark Gregg will reprise his role as Agent Coulson in the upcoming S.H.I.E.L.D. TV series.

What will the presence of the smooth, badass, albeit presumably-dead agent mean for the show?

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Tonight On AOTS: Ed Burns From Alex Cross & Samsung Series 9 Review

Tonight on Attack of the Show, Michael Kosta returns for a new week of co-hosting with Candace Bailey with special guest Ed Burns live in studio for his new film, Alex Cross, Matt Mira's review of the 13" Samsung Series 9 Notebook and the latest iPad Mini rumors on The Feed with Sara Underwood! Tune in tonight 7/6c.

High Bar Base Jump Epic Fail

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Posted October 15, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Norwegian base jumper, Richard Henriksen took to this high cliff in his home country to integrate the grace of high bar gymnastics with ball-to-the-walls parachuted leaps off high peaks.

Unfortunately he may have opted to save to a couple of bucks buying a high bar made in China, because after a few swings above this majestic drop, the device would force Henriksen to make a premature dismount...down the cliff.

Thankfully, his parachute deployed and he lived to tell the tale. The high bar, however, got its just deserts, plunging down to a rock-solid abyss.

Check it out from another angle below.

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