When a woman in a black catsuit saves you from an armed gunman intent on putting a bullet in your head, you say "Thank you." You do not do this.
Would it be a better world if Hayao Miyazaki classics like My Neighbour Totoro or Princess Mononoke were drawn and told in the style of Dragon Ball Z or Sailor Moon? I don't think so, but it'd be a much funnier alternate reality.
A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin, wedding planner. Guaranteed to make your special day an event to remember.
This browser game, made by College Humor's Caldwell Tanner, might be the easiest video game of all time. Also the best?
We all get a little bit nostalgic from time to time. Childhood was so much fun; we could watch cartoons, eat candy all the time, and let our imaginations run wild. Doesn't adulthood suck?
Not only is this new College Humor video-game spoof of LOST funny on its own, it's also got some good criticism of the show. I particularly liked dodging bad plots in season 3, and anyone who agrees with me that "The Constant" was the series' best episode is cool in my book.
Every war has its tales, even ones from a video game. But this "soldier" has been more than a little rattled by it.
College Humor tackles the fighting game genre today, shedding light on the reality of what (probably) most fights look like.
Who actually feels compelled to be as thorough as selecting elbow pointy-ness when creating your character in Skyrim? Is elbow pointy-ness even a thing?
College Humor has a great video out today that examines what happens when one resident of Skyrim hoards too much.
Being an 8-bit RPG interpretation, this sendup of Bear Grylls' survivalist television program lacks only a voice for the lengthy narrative bits. That's OK. Just read them to yourself, imagining the Death Star commander telling ghost stories at a campfire. Bingo, perfect Bear Grylls voice!
One of your (favorite?) Kotaku editors is on College Humor's Nerd Alert show. The topics: Duke Nukem Forever not being very good. EA possibly imbalanacing Battlefield 3 through some downloadable content shenanigans...then we talked to a quadraplegic gamer who wants developers to make controls re-mappable so people…
I appeared on College Humor's Nerd Alert show yesterday in order to make the other people on the show seem funnier.
"I've been flying through silver rings for 18 years, and I never once stopped to ask why." When Nintendo's classic space shooter meets visionary director Wes Anderson, The Fantastic Mr. Star Fox is born. And then he questions his existence.
While they may be slightly more two-dimensional than traditional entertainment talent, the message of these iconic avian and porcine personalities is no less important: Stop this senseless Angry Birds war.
How do two strong-willed, independent women like Peach and Zelda wind up abducted all the time? College Humor presents the only answer that makes sense.