Hiding Spider-Man on wedding cakes is apparently becoming a trend

After redditor PoliticalMilkman posted this photo of his cousin's wedding cake yesterday, both other redditors and Neatorama noted that this isn't the first time they've spotted Spider-Man hiding under a wedding cake. Is Spider-Man trying to slip away while the miniature groom is preoccupied? Or will they cut the cake… » 2/17/13 10:30am 2/17/13 10:30am

No fandom is safe from the relentless assault of Winnie the Pooh

We all know Winnie the Pooh as a beloved children's book character, a Disney icon and, of course, a honey fetishist. But the "willy nilly silly old bear" and his friends have made three recent incursions into nerd-dom that may indicate a more concerted effort by the denizens of Hundred Acre Wood to take over every… » 11/23/12 7:30am 11/23/12 7:30am

This sutured skin cake might just be too gruesome to eat

Few things could put me off a slice of delicious cake, but the thought of cutting into this Frankenstein's monster of a confection might just do it. Cake designer Gillian Bell created this skin cake in honor of her new venture "Slice," which blends the mouth-watering with the macabre. I'm not sure which part is more… » 9/02/12 7:30am 9/02/12 7:30am

We can't resist this massive Borg Cube wedding cake

When redditor pat_inthehat posted that his aunt makes wedding cakes, he made a serious understatement. She doesn't just make cakes; she makes delectable vessels of flour and frosting. Her Borg Cube cake is fantastic, swarmed by little plastic starships, but that won't save it from being assimilated into the guests'… » 8/05/12 9:00am 8/05/12 9:00am

Fresalina Limoneta is the scariest slice of lab-grown cake you've ever…

Let's get one thing right out in the open: I'm all for lab-grown food. I think that lab-grown meat and burgers, for example, could soon become a great way to circumvent a lot of the environmental and ethical problems of today's meat industry. But I think we can all agree that if our foodstuffs were ever to sprout… » 11/17/11 8:30am 11/17/11 8:30am