A website with funny edits of anime snippets
This is a site that a Facebook friend of mine made in homage to cosplay and the people who dedicate themselves to it.  He wrote a book that contained photographs and information about 260 cosplayers from all around the USA.  Since then he has photographed thousands upon thousands of cosplayer for the sake of their art and his.
Touhou Wiki covers the official Touhou Project games, materials, and any fan-made games and media.  It also gives information about other related games developed by the former members of Amusement Makers, or in conjunction with Team Shanghai Alice.
This is the official YouTube channel of Bad Lip Reading.  Clips of videos are dubbed with insanely funny script that sync up to the actors’ lips perfectly.
This is the official YouTube channel of Best AMVz.  They showcase Anime Music Videos of the highest caliber.
This is the official website of KadeshFlow, aka NerdCrunk.  He is a nerdcore rapper that makes otaku flows.
Some of you might remember a Quiznos commercial some years ago with some strange creatures singing about how they “love the subs! …because they are good to us!” Well, that was based off a viral Flash video by Joel Veitch, the creator of this website.  It has lots of very funny and original videos.  I think the funniest things are his videos that feature songs and false lyrics are subtitled below.  It’s like the complete opposite of Bad Lip Reading!
This is the official website of Lips Down on Dixie, a troupe of performers that provide the hallowed re-enactments celebrated and expected at ALL Rocky shows, and if you think I mean Balboa, then you’re probably a virgin!
“James Eatock Presents: The He-Man and She-Ra Blog!” is a Blogger site for all things He-Man and She-Ra.  James Eatock, of “cereal:geek,” provides relevant and new content concerning the universe of The Masters of the Universe.
What do you call an unofficial He-Man cartoon guide that’s so good that Mattel uses it?  How about “The unofficial cartoon guide to HE-MAN AND THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE?” This is yet another brain-child of James Eatock.
This is the official website for Met Keskin, aka Haydirocket.  He makes impressive animated images and still graphics.
This is the official website of the horror icon, Linnea Quigley!  She has appeared in countless horror movies, but she holds a special place in my heart as Trash from “The Return of the Living Dead.” You can visit her site to buy horror memorabilia, as well as personally signed items from Linnea Quigley, herself!
This is the official website of 3DJOES, “the only interactive, three dimensional museum of “G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero” nostalgia.  It’s actually pretty cool to see the figures rotate in great detail!
This is the official Facebook fanpage for the YouTube Channel FusionBase27.  Both pages were created by Eric Davis, who has a deep interest in the live action side of otaku, including movies and television.
Created by Roger Barr, his site is an AWESOME combination of kitsch that the little boy in me (which is about 2/3 of the man I am) wishes was an amusement park!  The look of the site is pure genius, as it has a strange 80’s/90’s campy look to it, with some 8-bit graphics featured, and a polished Hi-Def shine to it!  I-Mockery has interesting articles, cool stuff to buy, as well as contests for fans to win.  Check it out!
The Movie Buff is a site dedicated to film and movies.  It is the brainchild of Mark Ziobro, and he would probably boast that pound for pound, no other site shreds more reps of movie reviews than The Movie Buff!
Bring Back Fear is a website where fans of horror can read reviews on movies and television shows, as well as purchase horror themed books, movies, and apparel.
Dark Corners of This Sick World is a site dedicated to reviewing strange and unusual movies that some would consider gruesome and tasteless, but the rest of us love!  Expect to see reviews of some of the campiest movies on the face of the Earth!
This group of friends gets together with booze, “The Walking Dead,” and every other thing else their rambling minds can think about!  Be warned:  It is not for family listening, but then again, what do you expect from some folks drinking and talking about zombies and pop culture?
Okay, you might not think this site should be in Pages Worth Getting Lost In, but you might change your mind when you need it.  Is It Down Right Now? lets you search sites and confirm if it’s just your computer, browser, or operating system that is causing the trouble, or if the site you are looking for is really down!  It’s brilliant, and now that you know it exists, I bet you’ll use it a lot more, now, won’t you?