Do you ever get annoyed by people who add “LOL” to the end of their messages regardless of whether or not what they’ve written is actually funny?
Thanks to Back to the Future: Part II (1989), 2015 will be the year that I finally understand fashion trends.
Humanity will rue the day when Mother Nature decides to fight dirty.
This page from The Anarchist Cookbook has been brought to you by Amagi Brilliant Park (甘城ブリリアントパーク/Amagi Buririanto Paaku) – Episode 5: Not Enough Money! (お金が足りない!/Okane ga Tarinai!).
Unless you’re building a robot to, I don’t know, test motion sickness on amusement park rides, I’m really not too sure why you’d do this either…
Today’s example of questionable coding has been brought to you by Mega Man #43 (January 2015) by Ian Flynn, Powree, and Gary Martin.
And so another year of blogging draws to a close on The Raging Fanboy. A big thank you to all my subscribers, both old and new, for continuing to visit. Please feel free to spread the word and encourage others to visit my little corner of the Internet, as it would be a nice surprise for my blog to experience an increase in traffic for the first time since 2012 by the end of next year. :(
See you all in 2015! :)
Hey, villains have to do something to pass the time while waiting for the hero to reach their lair.
This glimpse into evil hobbies has been brought to you by Mega Man #43 (January 2015) by Ian Flynn, Powree, and Gary Martin.
If you think the anticipation and anxiety that regular people experience during the holiday season is bad, imagine having to go through it while possessing the power of super-speed.
This year’s Christmas jitters have been brought to you by Flash #73 (February 1993) by Mark Waid, Greg LaRoque, and Roy Richardson.
There’re no incorrect ways to consume food and drink, just socially questionable ones.
This guide to dullahan table manners comes to you courtesy of Daily Life With Monster Girls (モンスター娘のいる日常/Monsutaa Musume no Iru Nichijou) – Volume 5 (March 13, 2014) by Okayado.
Just because someone looks like they’re into exotic cuisine, doesn’t mean that they actually are.
This bit of food-related teasing has been brought to you by Mercy Sparx #6 (August 2014) by Josh Blaylock and Matt Merhoff.
Fangirls comes in all shapes. And sizes. And species.
Today’s run-in comes to you courtesy of Daily Life With Monster Girls (モンスター娘のいる日常/Monsutaa Musume no Iru Nichijou) – Volume 1 (September 13, 2012) by Okayado.