Monthly Archives: April 2011
We at Nerd Odyssey have traversed the multiverse to provide a hypothetical list of villain names that inspire more laughter than fear. This is Part 3 of 4 in our Hero and Villain: Hypothetical Multiverse series.
We again welcome comments from you, the avid reader, as to powers that fit with the names we provide below.
Look for Part 4 next month, in which we create a random hypothetical list of amusing henchman names.
2. The Fishmonger
3. Eenie the Meanie
5. Skid Mark
6. Rainbow Blight
7. The Hamburglar Burglar
8. The Lickin’ Lawyer
9. Bisque Master
11. Danny McBride of Frankenstein
12. The Pickle Wench
13. Scary Busey
14. Robert Q. Zombie
15. The Touch
17. Placebo the Clown
18. Guraknok the Christmas Golem
19. Deadliest Catch
20. The Goo Goo Dolls
21. Blame Game
22. Shark Week
23. The Beast With Two Backs
24. The Paradise Lost Boys
26. Yanni Cage
27. The Mailman of Mordor
28. Chef Voyeur-D
29. Ms. Floppy Arms
30. The Pixie Dust Brothers
32. Bilbo Baggin’ It
33. Bad, Bad Leroy Brown
34. Jingle Jangle
35. The Hollow Man
36. Hair-Suit Johnny
37. Mr. Spacely
38. Wack ‘em Mole
39. Corporate Spy Kid
40. Offal Tower
41. Helen Huntress
42. He-Man Love-Woman
43. Morbidly Obtuse
44. Barney the Dinosaur
45. Emperor Palpitation
46. The Horrible Person
48. Nanny Boo Boo
49. The Situation
Whenever you hear Time Is On My Side by The Rolling Stones, you think of the Denzel Washington movie, Fallen.
During a power outage, you decide to listen to an album by Giant Squid on your iPod because you find the experience surreal and entertaining.
You are reading Schild’s Ladder, a science fiction novel by Greg Egan. Not only are you enthralled by this book, having never read his work before, but you are now anxious to read everything he has ever written.
The following Tweet makes you laugh: “I spilled quinoa out of my chinoise and sopped it up with a chamois. Say wha’???” — This Tweet was written by actor/ badass, @TheStevenWeber.
Upon volunteering to be an observer in a group assignment for a graduate school course, you find it funny to keep thinking about showing up dressed like an Observer from Fringe.
The words “Criterion Collection” make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
Each time you finish reading a novel, you feel something akin to empty nest syndrome.
I find this to be a more entertaining Star Wars experience than watching those dreadful prequels.
Having to postpone returning to a Renaissance Faire makes you sad…
While seeing Your Highness in the movie theater, you get really excited when you notice that the actor Charles Dance plays the king (not to mention the fact that you recognize Charles Dance in the first place).
You haven’t watched Adventures in Babysitting in at least a decade, but still found yourself whistling the tune that is creepily whistled in the clip above.
Not only are you excited about this Sunday’s premiere of the Game of Thrones television series on HBO because you’ve read at least the first book in the George R. R. Martin series on which it is based, but you also happily watch anything in which Peter Dinklage is cast.
This man may be most recognized by the general public as an actor from The King of Queens, United States of Tara, and as the voice of Remy the Rat in Ratatouille. However, he is perhaps one of the greatest and most honest stand-up comedians working today. Here is an example of his aforementioned comedic greatness.
WARNING! This video may not be appropriate for all audiences.
Studio executives emphatically reject ideas for a new Star Trek television series (even from Wiliam T. Riker, himself) in favor of focusing on the current films.
While at a Renaissance Faire, you point out the hypocracy of allowing weaponry on the premises, but not outside food or drink.
Apparently, selling virtual goods and services in World of Warcraft is more profitable in China than the actual economy.
You and someone you’ve dated had a conversation not unlike the following:
YOU: They’re showing Office Space right now.
YOUR DATE: I didn’t really like that movie, or the TV show version.
YOU: What are you talking about?
YOUR DATE: You know… The Office on NBC.
YOU: Those are two separate things. Office Space was created by Mike Judge in the late 1990s. The Office, on the other hand, was based on a British television series of the same name by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant.
YOUR DATE: They’re both about people in offices. It’s all the same thing.