With Elektra—arguably the progenitor of the comic book ninja craze in the 1980s—recently making her way to TV with Daredevil season two, we’ve been thinking about our favorite hidden warriors and their place in Western comics history. Here’s the 15 best shinobi, heroes and villains alike, to have ever graced our comic…
If this website is to be believed, come 2014, Lexington, Kentucky could easily replace Orlando, Florida as the most popular vacation spot in the country. Because next spring the city will be host to the nation's first indoor throwing star range and sake bar. Because nothing goes better with rice wine than a throwable…
Have you ever needed to secretly jot down a grocery list, or covertly sign a check? With this katana sword pen in your pocket, and roughly 25 years of ninja training, you'll leave people wondering how that signature appeared out of nowhere. At least until you trigger its neat "SHHINNG" sound effect and give yourself…
Ninjas are cunning foes. The purpose of the ninja is to flip out and kill people. Foolish Canadians learned this valuable lesson after challenging one ninja and being ambushed by scores of the deadly assassins.
The greater Pittsburgh area has been contending with a very annoying ninja infestation lately. If you've ever had a ninja problem yourself, you know that they're really hard to get rid of, and if you see one, you can be sure there's hundreds more where he came from.
When Snake Eyes retires, you'll find him doing pretty much exactly this, forever, the end. [The Daily What]
A hacker group known as the Ninjas has created what may be the best DefCon badge ever. The badge allows wireless ninja battle between badge holders. Unlike the official badge, attendees can't buy this one: it's free.
After taking his iPod, wallet, and phone, three thugs decided to beat and kick their victim. They quickly regretted this decision though, because a group of ninjas rushed to rescue the poor man.
Yes, there are ninja assassins after that disgusting, germ-ridden toothbrush of yours. They want to brutally annihilate 99% of the mess with their germicidal ultraviolet lights and you should probably just step back and let them do it.
In this Google-sponsored video by Patrick Boivin, stop-motion ninjas show us only the second unboxing that I can describe as "action-packed." They easily defeated the Nexus One packaging, but their arch-rival Blister Pack won't go down so easy. [Engadget]
We don't have an explanation for this, but the new version of the Google Mobile App for iPhone/iPod Touch lists some pretty wacky improvements, notably "Longer Version Number" and "Ninja." Rimshot!
I have ignored computer ergonomic professionals my entire computing life, but this winter, a pain in my lower back would not go away. Instead of listening to "experts" I followed the advice of ancient swordsmen.
The pirates vs. ninjas debate has raged on for years now, but us old timers may be set in our ways—picking one side or another without having all the facts.
Nothing says "I'm here to cause harm to you in several ways" quite like a blowgun that doubles as a 3.5-inch knife. It's yours, along with an inevitable visit to jail, for a mere $20.
I may not be all that light on my feet, but if there's one place that I dominate, it's the refrigerator.