Marvel just made one bizarre, unexpected decision in merging with the Walt Disney Company. But the comic book super troop recently made another bizarre, unexpected decision--except this one is actually kind of cool. In July, Marvel released Divas, a comic featuring some of the hottest females in the Marvel universe: Hellcat, Firestar, Photon, and Black Cat, to be precise. Comics with this many X chromosomes usually become illustrated skin shows, chock full of ... Read More
I don't believe in the dumb blonde myth; as far as I'm concerned, whether your head is empty or full (?) doesn't depend on the shade of your mop. For example, check out this genius keyboard approved by 'the American Blonde Association of America'. Aside from being adorable bubblegum pink, this little gadget swaps out totally boring tech-speak keys for labels like 'Oops!' (backspace), 'WARNING! size XXL letters' (caps lock), and 'The Big One: I Need My Space Key' ... Read More
That's right! Isabella Rossellini's short-short film series about the love lives of earth's most beloved and bizarre creatures returns! This season, expect more tales from the amorous deep, coupled with lessons on ocean ecology and the impact of our aquatic eating habits. Parents and modest viewers, take note: Rossellini's storytelling (which is equal parts poetry and school play) is like a slightly racier version of Nature, and a lot more fun. Dive into the new ... Read More
MTV gets a lot of grief about losing it's music video mojo, but after last night's debacle of a Video Music Awards, rejecting the music world doesn't seem like a bad idea. At least in the interest of sanity. By now the world knows about Kanye's chumpy upstaging of dixie teen-queen Taylor Swift; moments after (adorably overwhelmed) Swift scooped up her first Moonman for Best Female Video, Kanye West nabbed the mic to praise Beyonce, who Swift beat out for the ... Read More

Pictures of Tracey

BY Team Intern in General |

Earlier this morning I stumbled across (thank you slide show on the New York Magazine website) the insanely intimate photographs of the late Tracey Baran, whose autobiographical images feel like snapshots taken from passages in her diary. Baran, who sadly passed away last year at the age of 33, captured images of her own family, boyfriends, and herself in a manner that is quite revelatory. Images of her parents, which could have come off as comical, are tender and ... Read More