This Kryptonian refugee was bitten by a radioactive spider, only to be endowed with the ability to be "Mighty Morphin'" by a giant holographic face, only to end up being cloned...four times!
What better way could there be for a non-Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle to impress a banana-jumpsuit-wearing reporter babe than by taking her for a ride in your custom-made Party Wagon to order a pizza covered with anchovies, peanut butter, chocolate, and tripe?
Well, demonstrating your kick-ass ninja skills on thugs who, for some reason, are attacking you in a junkyard might do the trick. -- It helps accentuate the ripples in your shirt, which is always neatly-tucked into your pair of mom jeans.
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On tonight's Attack of the Show, Kevin Pereira and guest co-host Jessica Chobot will be live in studio with Tony Horton, the creator of P90X to learn how the home fitness routine came together and took off. We also check out all the rad jobs over at Gentle Giant, the company responsible for creating 3D collectibles from Harry Potter and Star Wars! We also discuss the effects of CISPA on your Internet privacy on The Loop and review the Sony Bloggie Live HD camera on Gadget Pr0n. Tune in tonight at 7PM EST.
What we are witnessing here, is a battle of wills as little Junior will not leave the store unless Granny gets him that Beyblade toy.
Some parental figures would just threaten to leave the store without him, but Granny prefers the more straightforward approach, using her denture paste to glue his hands to the scooter.
A brand new trailer for G.I. Joe: Retaliation has hit, highlighting the sequel's explosive, ninja-riffic, more old-school, fan-friendly approach to the film franchise.
Channing Tatum returns as chisel-jawed leading man, Duke, but he may be taking a backseat in the alpha male department to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's heavy-machine-gun-toting Roadblock. Also, the sagely, grizzled, Joe Colton played by Bruce Willis won't sit back and let them hog the testosterone spotlight, either.
Now, instead of running through the streets of Paris in "Accelerator Suits," they're running from their own government after the evil organization, Cobra has infiltrated the White House, making the Joe team public enemy number one in the world.
Check out the trailer below.
Prince Adam was living all chill and good until a skull-faced villain started making trouble in his neighborhood.
He got in one little fight and the Sorceress got scared and said "you're getting a magic sword that will make you stronger than a roided-up-bear."
It looks like stores are beginning to cater to the demographic that have to knock door-to-door when they move to new neighborhoods.
It's a good thing those handcuffs are covered with pink fur or else one might conclude that it would be inappropriate for kids.