Comic Con Russia was held in Moscow between September 29 and October 2 and the event was a huge success. Thousands of people showed up for the event, and it was attended by some of the most talented cosplayers in the convention scene.
These fitness models showed the world that perfect body images aren't always what they appear to be with these before and after photos. Each photo was taken three seconds apart, and they show just how much of a difference three seconds can make.
A copy of the legendary Lotus 97T which Ayton Senna won his first race with was spotted being lifted into an apartment in Sao Paulo. The car was then attached to the ceiling of the apartment where it now rests, and the owner has made it clear that they wish to remain anonymous.
Bodybuilder Valdir Segato wants to be ripped like his hero Arnold Schwarzenegger and he dreams of being famous for his physique. Valdir injects oil into his body to help him bulk up, and now he looks more like the Hulk than Arnold.
Austin Raye, 26, and his girlfriend Julian Daigre from New Orleans, Louisiana, have made a name for themselves in the fitness world thanks to their complex routines. They combine acrobatics and muscle endurance, a video of one of their workouts was recently shared on the Muscle Madness Facebook page and it has been viewed more than 25 million times.
An audiophile is a hi-fi enthusiast who goes out of their way to purchase the best audio equipment. Audiophiles spend thousands and thousands of dollars on cables, speakers and other equipment, and these are some of the craziest looking audio collections that anyone can appreciate.
Jaluka Nohana, a Japanese artist, author, and illustrator has come up with a life hack that could change everything. Everybody knows what it's like to get the page of a book wet, but up until now nobody knew how to fix it.
From 1892 until 1954 Ellis Island was the gateway into the United States for over 12 million immigrants. In 1965 the island was made part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument. Many immigrants were photographed on the historic island, and now the black and white photos have been colorized to show a whole new look at history.
Animal enthusiast Clint Ralph, 53, was visiting Giant's Castle in Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa, when he noticed something awesome. He saw a confident hawk searching for food and he snapped a photo of the hawk that makes the bird look ripped. As soon as the photo hit the internet, the internet did what it does best.