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Everything you see in WandaVision is actually an extremely watered down version of the disturbing weirdness that goes on in Scarlet Witch's comic book adventures.
Believe it or not, WandaVision massively toned down the WTF-ness from the comics.
We looked up the history behind these moments, and, well, nobody was winning any awards.
History class never mentioned that the Ninja Turtles ended the Third Reich, but they apparently did.
Hollywood will market literally anything to kids, even the most violent and crazy movies possible.
The Super Mario franchise has a lot more R-rated situations than you'd suspect.
Batman has The Joker. Wonder Woman has, well, these jokers.
How comic book people are (or aren't) compensated when Hollywood comes knocking.
All the Jokers are the same guy reinventing himself, Bowie-style.
Mark Hamill (reluctantly, at first) kept the Joker alive for 20 years.
Oddly specific parallels arise between this eight-year-old comic book arc and the ridiculous, disconcerting mess we now call a reality.
There was a lot of pizza being eaten during this extremely scientific study.
What essential lessons can we learn by forcing Mario to die repeatedly in the same ways humans do? Will the code to becoming a Highlander be unlocked?
Please join me as I break out my original Game Boy and experience magical video game adventures.
Who knew Smash Bros. and History would be such an amazing mash-up?
Back in 2001, my 15-year-old self and some friends trolled a previous version of Cracked.com so hard that the editors almost went mad.
Many of the coolest parts in recent movies come from a small group of comic creators and writers who were compensated with cosmos-sized middle fingers.