Metal Gear Solid [GAME + MOVIE UPDATES.]

Earlier today, while celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Metal Gear Solid franchise, Kojima Productions and Konami revealed a new game in the series titled “Ground Zeroes” and announced a film currently in the works. During the announcements, viewers on hand were immediately previewed to a 20 […]

Jose Aldo Vs. Frankie Edgar —UFC 153

After losing the belt in a close fashion to Benson Henderson, and a recent rematch title shot this month Frankie Edgar made the move most pundits said he should have done years ago. A move to the featherweight, with the move everyone wondered how many […]

Supra – Falcon [FIRST LOOK.]

Supra release the first look at the upcoming Flaco which comes in an all white colorway. This high top sneaker has HIGH ambition, and a great silhoutte to accompany the thick padding all around. In general a unique take on sneaker design, make the Falcon […]

President Obama Quick To The Draw W/ Clint Eastwood

After crashing and burning last night during his Republican Nation Convention speech Thursday night. Where actor/director Clint Eastwood rambled for 15 plus minutes referring to an empty chair with the conceit that President Barack Obama was actually sitting in it. “I was even crying. And […]

Campbell’s X Warhol 50 Years Later.

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Andy Warhol’s “32 Campbell’s Soup Cans” Campbell’s soup is releasing a limited edition soup cans. Prints and sayings by the artists will be released at Target stores starting September 2nd, 2012. The limited edition Andy Warhol Foundation-approved containers come in four […]

10.DEEP “Outta Bounds & Off Limits” [FIRST LOOK.]

Birthplace of streetwear New York City  and home of legendary clothes makers 10.Deep unleashed the preview of their Fall 2012 collection. Calling it the “Outta Bounds & Off Limits.” The line is heavy on patterns, camos, navajo prints, which appears on shirts, button-downs, pants, and caps to […]

Texas Voter ID Law Rejected By U.S. Court

On Thursday afternoon, a federal court rejected a Texas law that would require voters to present photo IDs to election officials before being allowed to cast their votes in the upcoming November Presidential election. The three-judge panel unanimously ruled that the law imposes “strict, unforgiving […]