All of geekdom (and all of us at UnNews) are -- say it with me -- shocked and saddened... to learn that Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee has died. The man behind the greatest cameos since Alfred Hitchcock, was 95 with a shitload of comics and movies to his name. Lee was taken to Cedars Sinai on Monday. No cause of death has been given, but is assumed to be natural causes, since being older than the dinosaurs and needing Viagra to get your thing up are technically not causes of death.
DEADWOOD, SOUTH DACOTA (sic) -- American hip-hop band Cypress Hill has changed its name to "Sigh", to empathize with musician Kanye West's recent name change to "Ye". Since Cypress is also considered a nu-metal band, this might cause some confusion between Cypress and the Japanese extreme metal band, Sigh. Had this occurred six years ago instead of today, "Gangnam Style" hitmaker Psy (pronounced "sigh") would have factored into the discussion, as well. But since he's no longer relevant in the United States, any confusion of the K-pop rapper with Cypress Hill or Japanese metal band Sigh will be nonexistent.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA -- The most important event of fall 2018 is not The World Series. It's not the retooled Conners without that Trump-supporting bitch Roseanne. It's not the newly rebooted Murphy Brown. (But seriously, if you're not already watching it, you damn well should.) It's not Mickey Mouse's 90th birthday. It's not the new remake of Suspiria. Hell, it's not even the new Halloween movie. It's Tuesday'smidterm elections.
The Simpsons has aired on television for many *sighs*many years, and is/was a beloved pop cultural institution and considered a groundbreaking achievement in comedy. Now, the series once praised for its fairly liberalsatirical take on American society has reached fire for supposed stereotypical characters. In the new documentary, The Problem with Kang and Kodos, comedian and social justice advocate Natalie Wynn, known by her YouTube personality ContraPoints, claims that the iconic extraterrestrial duo are an offensive portrayal of transgender and non-binary people.
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