Here's a fact about living on Earth: it's hard to keep track of who boned who. Even comic book superheroes have a hard time remembering who they've had relations with and who they kissed and who they briefly dated. This infographic breaks it down for us, showing which superhero has been around where in the Marvel…
Got some time to waste? The Ink Tankers at Beutler Ink have categorized all 552 episodes of The Simpsons under different themes and put them all into one handy infographic.
Villains always have the best digs - but which belligerent boss has the biggest and baddest base? Here's a breakdown of some of villainous lairs, to scale.
Watch, compare, and analyze the global migrations of millions of refugees from 1975 to present in this interactive map by Hyperakt (Deroy Peraza, Eric Fensterheim, Josh Smith & Ambika Roos) & Ekene Ijeoma, based on decades of UN refugee data.
There's a cool collection of infogeographic (Is that a word? It should be.) maps over at A Sheep No More. Well worth the few minutes it takes to check them out.
What are the connection between Social Networks and Being Lonely? Some of those questions are answered in this infographic video based on Sherry Turkle's book Alone Together.
This is just the best.
Seventeen League of Legends champions die for every baby that is born, and many other crazy facts put just how big a game this online multiplayer is into perspective.
The infographic headline gives it away, but it's a nice scroll. I was particularly amused by the head to head book comparison. Original source here: http://infographicjournal.com/the-age-old-ba…
Each regeneration of The Doctor is represented by a different coloured tube line. The stations are the baddies he meets on his journeys, with interchanges where more than one Doctor battled a particular enemy - Doctors two and three met The Ice Warriors, so their lines cross there, and it gets very complicated at the…