Sure, the temperature is kinda hot in hell, but the desserts are to die for. The Hellboy devil's food cake is a big favorite.

The 50 Highest Selling DVDs of 2011 so far. (This makes very little sense to me.)

1. Tangled
2. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I
3. Megamind
4. Despicable Me
5. Red
6. Rio
7. The King’s Speech
8. Secretariat
9. Bridesmaids
10. Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2
11. Due Date
12. Toy Story 3
13. Inception
14. Unstoppable
15. The Social Network
16. Transformers: Dark of the Moon
17. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
18. True Grit
19. Tron: Legacy
20. The Fighter
21. Burlesque
22. Justin Bieber: Never Say Never
23. Salt
24. Rango
25. Black Swan
26. The Town
27. Life As We Know It
28. Gnomeo & Juliet
29. Little Fockers
30. How to Train Your Dragon
31. Fast Five
32 . Yogi Bear
33. Resident Evil: Afterlife
34. The Tourist
35. Takers
36. X-Men: First Class
37. For Colored Girls
38. Barbie: A Fairy Secret
39. The Other Guys
40. Mrs. Doubtfire
41. Shrek Forever After
42. Easy A
43. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
44. True Blood: The Complete Third Season
45. Jackass 3D
46. The Green Hornet
47. Paranormal Activity 2
48. Thor
49. Beauty and the Beast
50. Machete


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Illustrator Chase Kunz rocks Gotham City!

Some fantastic comic and movie figures from Custom Toyz.

Mike Spicer paints Batman the way the bad guys see him.

Before there was a movie, Star Wars was a script and these amazing concept paintings by Ralph McQuarrie.

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A very cool vector Iron Man by Muhammad Izzat Mustafa!

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I love hobo lingo and miss it so.

11 Antiquated “P” Words From the American Slang Dictionary

1. Pad the hoof: “To tramp about. Orig. hobo use.”
2. Pang-wangle: “To live or go along cheerfully in spite of minor misfortunes.”
3. Paper-belly: “A person unable to drink liquor straight, or one who grimaces after drinking.”
4. Peter Funk: “An auctioneer’s accomplice who poses as a buyer in order to stimulate bidding or to ‘buy’ items on which the final bid from a genuine customer has not been high enough. Auction use.”
5. Pie card: “A union membership card, specif., as shown to a stranger who is a union member in order to borrow money, obtain food and lodging, or the like. Hobo use c1925.”
6. Pig between two sheets: “A ham sandwich. Some lunch-counter use c1925”
7. Pine overcoat: “A coffin, esp. a cheap one.”
8. Possum Belly: “An extra storage compartment under a railroad car. Hobo lingo.”
9. Pretzel-bender: “1. A preculiar person; an eccentric; one who thinks in a round-about manner. 2. A player of the French horn. Musician use. Not common. 3. A wrestler. 4. A heavy drinker; one who frequents bars.”
10. Prushun or Prushon: “A boy tramp who begs for a mature tramp. Obscurely from “Prusssian.”
11. Puka: “1. Any small, private place, such as a pigeonhole in a desk, a safe, a purse, a small suitcase, or the like. 2. [taboo] The female genitals. Both meanings WWII USN use in Pacific. Prob. orig. Polynesian.”

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