Pro tip to cyclists: sailing through the air horizontally while gripping your handlebars for dear life is the most efficient way downhill.
You’re never too old for costumes. Here’s Jimmie Johnson celebrating his 77th career NASCAR Sprint Cup win after the Auto Club 400, that gave him the 7th most wins in the Cup series of all time. Johnson’s car ran a Superman livery to promote the upcoming Superman vs. Batman film, so it’s only fitting that he donned…
Warner Brothers Studios just added the Batman V. Superman: Dawn Of Justice Batmobile to their picture-car vault, where it joins its bat-tastic brethren for the first time as part of the studio tour.
It’s clear Hyundai spent a lot of money and resources on this commercial. Well, on the first 2/3 of this commercial, at least. All the elements are there: massive urban disaster, pretty woman, superheroes. And then some cars show up and... run over the superheroes? Flee, like cowards? I’m not really sure what the…
If we're honest, this is probably what most of us would use our superpowers for 90% of the time. Also, be assured that we know what that car is.
The small town of Metropolis, Illinois actually came before the Superman comic. This didn't stop city leaders and DC Comics executives from dreaming big about using the town as a massive tourist attraction. Here's how the idea came about, and how the '70s oil embargo acted like kryptonite on the whole super idea.
You ever wonder what kind of car Superman would drive? I mean, with flight, super speed, the ability to haul whatever furniture you buy with your bare hands, and Metropolis' presumably excellent subway system, car ownership becomes irrelevant pretty fast. Don't tell that to Ram, though.
Superman's been on minds lately, what with that new movie and the story of a man finding an original Superman-introducing 1938 Action Comics 1 in the walls of his house, and that's got me thinking. You know what else is on the cover of Action Comics 1, other than a very strong man in ankle boots and a bodysuit? A car.
Every Halloween the streets fill with tiny Supermen, Batmen, Green Lanterns (not many Aquamen). There are some superheroes you must avoid. Can they fight bad guys? They can't even drive to where the bad guys are.
No helmet? Check. Linen pants? Check. Video camera? Check. Rudimentary understanding of basic stunt riding? Check. OK, you're ready to ride your dinky little motorcycle through Pakistan. This stunt is called The Superman and you shouldn't try it without jeans.