Cards Against Humanity

Knowing the people I do, I’m surprised I didn’t know about this game before this weekend. That said, I was over with a bunch of people and someone suggested we play. Not having any idea what I was in for, I dug right in.

Let’s be clear here, this is not a game to play with your boss right before your performance review…or with your prospective mother-in-law…or really, anyone with a functioning sense of Political Correctness. While this game can be played ‘straight’, that is neither its intent, nor where the majority of its laughs come from.

Basically, each player gets ten white cards that contain random names, phrases, words or descriptions. Then each player takes a turn drawing a black card with an incomplete sentence on it...

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Valiant’s Superhero X-O Manowar Inspires USA Luge Athletes

 First-of-its-kind Partnership Results in Superhero Race Suits

New York, NY (November 2, 2012) – Valiant Entertainment, one of the leading comic character-based entertainment companies, will design the competition and practice race suits for the USA Luge team through 2014.  The USA Luge National and Junior National teams will wear Valiant- designed race suits for the 2012-13 and 2013-14 World Cup and World Championship seasons.  This groundbreaking partnership marks the first time ever that an entertainment company has outfitted a national sports organization with uniquely designed uniforms inspired by a comic book character.

Valiant and USA Luge will also work together to create the look of the team’s race gear when they compete at Sochi, Russia during the 2014 Olympic Winter G...

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Black Beetle Returns

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Nancy In Hell On Earth #4 Is Late And The Creators Are Sorry…

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Bram Stoker’s Desk, Where Dracula Was Born

Before Twilight, Before True Blood, And Before The Vampire Diaries
It All Began In One Spot The Place Where Dracula Was Created
Not Transylvania…

The Writing Desk Of Bram Stoker Now Going Up For Auction From Profiles In History

LOS ANGELES– Profiles in History, run by Joe Maddalena, is proud to announce that the desk where Bram Stoker wrote Dracula will be a part of their Hollywood Auction on December 15 & 16. It was at this desk that Irish born author Bram Stoker (1847-1912) created the most famous literary character in the world — DRACULA (published in 1897).  At the beginning of the last century, Stoker gave this historic desk to his close friend JSR Phillips, editor of the Yorkshire Post.  The author often stayed with Phillips at his home in Balmoral, Headingley, Leeds...

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