Based on a comic he made when he was 13, animator Wes Louis created a show called Super Turbo Atomic Ninja Rabbit and tricked the internet into thinking it was an actual series from the 90s.
From Charleston to Chattanooga to Lafayette, senseless killings by deranged gunmen have dominated the news—but how many mass shootings have occurred in 2015? And how do you define "mass shooting," anyway?
The frame rate police need to stop their pointless crusade against developers who don't achieve 60fps.
What comes of this crisis will not only define the "front page of the internet" as a company, but also this particular moment in digital history.
We talked to the internet residents who feel more like foxes, dragons, and cats than members of Homo sapiens.
In this week's comic, drawn by Australian wunderkind HTML Flowers, Fashion Cat finds himself in Lincoln, Illinois, where the only two things to do are smoke meth or go to church. But why choose just one?
Piper Chapman has made it popular to sell your smell.
Users who want Reddit to be a place for unfettered free speech aren't happy about it.
Medical marijuana for animals could be a good idea, but it's not an excuse to get blazed with your pets.
Welcome to the fifth world, a subreddit described by its founder as an "ultra-oppressive insanitocracy where the soup of the day is murder."
We went to the Virtual Reality Los Angeles Spring Expo to find out.
Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality, by AI specialist Eliezer Yudkowsky, has commanded a sprawling, cult-like international fan base thanks to its message of rational thinking.
It features the religious icon having sex with a variety of people and animals—but its creator claims it's not intended to be an attack on anyone's faith.
He was trying to clean them, but then life got in the way.
On Christmas Eve, a guy named 'Dollar Billions' sprayed a woman with a hose to get her off his property, and for internet points.
I contacted TBone, who suffered from terrible cysts below his tailbone, to find out why he made his condition known on Reddit, what he thinks of Obamacare, and how he poops.
A wise man once asked: "Fuckin' magnets. How do they work?" Well, apparently if you swallow them, they can cause "a gunshot wound to the gut with no sign of entry or exit." Regulators are now trying to ban toy magnets, but the industry is fighting back.
This video of a woman giving herself DIY dog-pee injections is probably the most disturbing, unexplainable thing on the internet.
If your name happens to be Elizabeth Gallagher and you have a Canadian passport, have we got the deal of a lifetime for you!
Taking down illegal or objectionable subreddits doesn't make Reddit any less of a bastion of free speech, but it does make it less horrible than it was before.
A group of Redditors wants to donate to charity in honor of Jennifer Lawrence's boobs, but charities won't necessarily accept every soggy wad of cash you throw at them.
The 15th anniversary of Fight Club is rapidly approaching. No need to celebrate—it's just as sexist, pseudo-intellectual, and pornographically violent as you remember.
Users on Reddit and Yelp claimed that a hookah lounge in the middle of an LA neighborhood filled with Persian Jews was a den of bigotry. The internet lies.
It's a page that allows you to post a photo of yourself and get immediate honest feedback from more than 40,000 faceless strangers.