Everybody loves personality tests, because everybody loves hearing about themselves. There’s just one problem with all these tests—they’re totally bogus. Meyers-Briggs? Junk. Blood type? Absurd. Star sign? Well, astrology is very much in right now so to avoid the ire of all of my homosexual Brooklynite readers I’ll just say it’s less than perfect.
Little Teeth is an acclaimed webcomic by Jae Bearhat and Rory Frances about funny animals, queer lives, and bad choices. It originally ran at Hazlitt in 2015, and is now being collected as a book by Czap Books, including a brand-new chapter. Little Teeth is currently in preorders and will be released in 2019, and we are proud to present here an exclusive preview of the book.
Have you heard the good news, stranger? HIDIVE is coming to VRV, and bringing with them not just a wave of simulcast subbed anime, but their entire library of dubbed content. We’ll be adding more of their content over the course of the month, but today, the HIDIVE channel is launching with some of their best titles. What titles, you ask?
There are a lot of Pokémon these days—with the recent addition of Meltan and Melmetal, and not counting alternate forms, Mega transformations, or regional variations, there are now 809 of the little bastards running around. With that many monsters, there are bound to be some whose designs stand out as being a little weak among the crowd.
For decades, internet users have turned to cats to provide them some reprieve from social problems and their personal troubles. In the beginning, there was longcat, Caturday, and That Fucking Cat. Then, there were cheezburgers, Maru, keyboard cats, nyan, and so on—the list is endless, and the sheer quantity of shared cat material online suggests that they may have been the engine that launched meme culture out of the orbit of sites like 4chan and onto the general internet.
This is the reality we now live in, in which one can purchase cat meme books at Spencer’s Gifts and easily follow any number of cat accounts on Twitter.
Derek Hale is a werewolf, part of a pack that lives in the town of Stiles Stilinsky, a normal human boy who maybe looks like the gawky kid from The OC. Various supernatural threats slither through the town and it’s up to Derek and his werewolf powers to keep everyone safe. Derek and Stiles have tense chemistry. They are in a gay relationship.
Editor’s Note: This piece originally appeared at ZEAL and is republished here with permission.
Permit me, if you will, to take you back to the past. Way, way back a dozen years ago — before major gaming sites made comedy a key part of their video strategy, before most sites even had a video strategy. Before PewDiePies and Game Grumps and ProJareds and Dunkeys. Before the concept of YouTube stars. Back in the mid-2000s, things were simpler: we had a man. A rant. An Angry Video Game Nerd.