Dragon Ball Super loves to mix in strange western influenced references. From using werewolf references or a Winnie The Pooh like characters, there is many Easter eggs for western culture. One of the most known facts of this is the vegetable related names of primary characters, the Saiyans.
It is well known that many of the character names are silly in Dragon Ball Z. But one of the funniest play on names starts in Dragon Ball Z. This is when Goku discovers members of his home planet, Planet Vegeta, and his birth name. Vegeta, a twist on the word vegetable, is a hint at all the names. Most true Saiyans are named after some type of vegetable, or edible greens. Here is a few examples.
In the South of the U.S.A, around the Tennessee and Georgia state line, a baby Sasquatch (or Bigfoot) has been spotted wondering in the woods.
The YouTuber, was investigating site claims that a baby bigfoot was in the area. Although it is commonly called Bigfoot in the south, here he refers to him as a Sasquatch. It is uncertain if the names are only different from north to south, or if it is a different species entirely. Personally, I think there are related animals of the same species, much like different dog breeds. Whichever, it is clear there was some kind of creature in the woods this day.
Chattanooga’s biggest comic convention event of the year. A strong annual gathering drawing in many genres of sci-fi, cosplay, comics, movies and much more. February 22nd – 24th in Chattanooga, TN at the convention center downtown.
There’s a new hit song that keeps playing on the radio, Beautiful by Bazzi. But I can’t help but laugh every time I hear one certain part in the song. I could swear its Farmer Fran from The Waterboy, and Joe Dirt. You know who he is, the mumbling redneck with the straw hat and overalls.
Okay, so if you’re familiar with the scene in Joe Dirt and the song you may already of connected the dots. But let me run through all this real quick. You can see the lyric, song, and Farmer Fran clip below for the joke. I have two reasons this new pop start reminds me of the old redneck.
As 2018 comes to a close, we look at our annual list of popular memes of the year. 2018 was a rough year for many, with much rain and the internet in arms of political correctness and political divide of the US. Luckily, we stay out of that mess and focus on the humor of life.
However, 2018 was also a major year for fans of internet culture. There were many crazy fads (Tie Pods), many hit memes, and cosplay and gaming had a great year. It was both good and bad for comic fans in 2018. We received the Infinity War movie and Aquaman, but lost a father in comics, Stan Lee. Hoping 2019 will bring joy and love to all. Check out our list of popular memes of 2018.
Netflix mixes two of our favorite subjects, cosplay and memes! Well, crappy cosplay but still. Usually starting with the original, then animated, then the live version. Or as commonly seen, the manga, anime, Netflix. Much of this started with the critic and fan bashing of the Death Note live action remake.
Bowsette is not yet featured in Mario, or any Nintendo game for that matter. She is a fan made concept art and cosplay piece created by fans. Polygon suggests that the first known appearance showed up on Twitter. However, this character first appeared in Japan before making its way west. Bowsette quickly took net geek fandom by storm. (See the tweet below)