On A&E’s Barter Kings, Kendall-Leigh Neuner displays the tattoo art of the deal.
With rampant cheating, broken leader boards, and poorly balanced weapons, the rough launch of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’s multiplayer mode sent some virtual soldiers AWOL. Bad Company 2 gives those mercenaries a new home. Melding its signature destructible environments with large, open maps and firepower-happy vehicles like choppers and tanks, Battlefield stresses tactics and teamwork over the haphazard running and gunning of its competitor. The popular Rush mode, which pits two teams against each other on an ever-shifting battlefield, is our favorite. Four-player teams can also tackle two new squad-based modes. Or you can go it alone in the new single-player campaign that finds the misfit B Company running, guns blazing, across the globe.
“Infinity climax action” sure sounds dirty, and that’s just how Platinum Games describes its latest. Taking cues from Devil May Cry and an LSD binge, Bayonetta stars a scantily clad witch who wears only her long hair for clothing, shoots guns with her feet, taunts enemies with innuendo, transforms into deadly creatures, and uses her hair for special attacks. If her guns and kicks aren’t doing the trick, the titular vamp turns the violence to 11, summoning eye-opening torture attacks involving guillotines, iron maidens, and high-heeled shoes. In traditional Japanese fetish fashion, the more special attacks she summons, the less hair she has to cover her dangerous curves. There’s probably a plot in there somewhere, but who cares? It’s perverse, weird, and undeniably intriguing.
Ben Baller, the man behind Icee Fresh & Co., a high-end jewelry outfit that specializes in classy bling, may have been raised in the Koreatown section of south central Los Angeles, but he was born in hip-hop. “I’ve been around hip-hop since the late ’70s,” Baller explains. “I got to see it in every single aspect. I was a b-boy, and I was a label exec. I’ve deejayed everywhere, and I have over 20 platinum records.” Baller became a fixture in the music business, serving as an executive at Priority Records, launching Aftermath Entertainment with Dr. Dre, and lighting up the turntables for punk metal pundits Snot. In 2004, he ...
The Bellator Fighting Championships welterweight has a tattoo of a samurai and the heart of a warrior.
The MotoGP rider, with a tattoo on his skin graft, rides again.
Heidi Minx interviews morning radio host, Bert Weiss, about his tattoos and his charity that takes children with chronic and terminal illnesses to Disneyworld for an entire weekend.
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