If you're unfamiliar with the entity known around these parts at Nightmare Ant (birth name: Mad Ant, mascot for the Fort Wayne D-League team), he's a big ant. And he's horrifying. And despite the NBA lockout, he will not rest.
After a two-year hiatus from our Hall of Fame nominating rolls, Nightmare Ant has returned. But really, Nightmare Ant will never really go away. Hell, Christopher Nolan just made a movie about him.
Sure, it's a little early—unless you're Jewish—but everyone's favorite NBADL mascot would like to wish you a happy and healthy Non-Denominational Holiday Time ... with visions of unspeakable horror dancing in your heads.
Gah! Run for your lives! The Thing That Should Not Be has returned to continue his reign of terror. And he looks hungry.
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Nightmare Ant popped up at a high school basketball game last night to do his usual job of spooking unsuspecting fans, making young children wail in terror, and darkening souls.
All right, everybody, it's time for the voting to begin. We'll be going Monday/Wednesday/Friday until the end of the year to get this rolling and prompt-like. But first off: Everybody salute the big pile of genius that is Jim Cooke for his official 2008 SHOTY poster. Bless his heart. Voting will remain open until the…
How did I know that Nightmare Ant — the creation of the great, great, J.E. Skeets — had gone "viral," as they say? When some jokester tagged my book "Bow Down Before Nightmare Ant." It made me laugh far more than another damned emo bangs comment. The true genius of Skeets' original post was its simplicity; it was …
Sorry, I couldn't resist.