Frames and Panels: This section contains scans of individual panels and frames from the interiors of comic books, completely devoid of context.
Everything's Better With Monkeys: Gorillas provided a guaranteed boosts to circulation with every cover appearance. Do not argue with the mesmerizing powers of gorillas. And yes, I know gorillas aren't monkeys.
Seduction of the Innocent: Covers and frames from a more innocent time, a time ignorant of how friggin' hilarious these would be to future audiences. If it's inappropriate sexual innuendo, it's in here. Most of the frames and panels are from Batman comics, depicting Batman as a closet pedophile who sexually abuses his young ward, Robininvoked
Weird Science: Gadgets and gizmos and doodads, oh my! A section devoted to everything from the Helmet of Hate to the Man with the Electronic Brain.
Given the creator, this is probably true. DC is lucky he didn't include polygamy as one of Wonder Woman's traits, though, given Paradise Island, you never know...
Ascended Meme: The premiere of Batman: The Brave and the Bold's third season is a tribute to the website. It recreates some of the more famous Superman comic covers featured on the site, as well as referencing Lois and Jimmy's attempts to marry Superman or learn his secret identity, respectively. The site's name even gets a Shout-Out:
Jimmy: "Superman's turned into a real di-" Lois: "-fferent person."
Beware the Superman: Given the number of times he's accidentally or purposefully destroyed buildings/cities/nations/planets....
For example, that panel showing Superman with Super-Weaving? That's actually Van-Zee, a Krytonian from Kandor who happens to have an Uncanny Family Resemblance to Superman. The story deliberately plays with the reader's expectations by not having anything from characters to the narration refer to him or Silvia Dewitt — an Identical Stranger of Lois Lane — by their actual names until The Reveal (even skipping over certain scenes that easily give away the surprise, then showing them once the twist is executed). So technically, Superman himself doesn't actually have Super-Weaving powers. That we know of.
There was a similar case when Superboy threatened to rape Wonder Girl: it was an ugly alien disguising itself as him. That's about it. Still a threat of rape.