Lemme just, uh, put this on my blog…
I love all of these.
You’d look at this and think, “Yes, that’s a very nice portrait of Nerdgerhl”. Sure. But if you think I’m stopping there…TBC
My internet wife prepares a fabulous fuzzy birthday present for me.
If you hang around me long enough, especially if we happen to have watched The Hobbit recently, there is a good chance you are going to get turned into a dwarf. Especially if you refer to them as your “people”. Like…a 100% chance.
WHAT DID I JUST SAY
Alfred, y u so sassy?
EDIT: Added more sass. :)
Suspension of disbelief.
Seriously. I don’t need to know the chemical mix Peter uses for webbing. Just tell me he made it and I’ll buy it as long as the story he uses it in is good.
i should note that grant morrison is the guy who decided to explain why there was a crazy space batman who lived on planet-x and called himself the batman of zurr-en-arrgh-or-whatever by saying that batman of zurr-en-arrgh-or-whatever is batman’s purposefully-created secondary personality in case his brain is compromised so that he has a backup failsafe personality that still fights crime as batman but just in different colors
Hnnng. I should read some of the stuff that Grant Morrison is actually famous for, because at best I have been “okay” with his stuff on Batman, but mostly, mostly, his work on the Bat books was the thing that finally broke my desire to read every Batman book regardless of my opinion of its quality.
And that’s lead me to like, reading Marvel comics and Demon Knights and a bunch of other fun stuff, so it’s not all bad.
I’ve said it before: Grant Morrison is really into the idea of superheroes as gods, which is antithetical to what I find most interesting about them: superheroes as human beings. There’s nothing wrong with superheroes as gods, just look at Superman or The Authority, it’s just that it’s not what I’m in to, and it’s also not good for Batman stories.
Also, it should go without saying that little kids ask how things work all the time, and if they don’t it is because what they just watched or read was so well executed that they didn’t think about the logistics. This is the same for adults. Which maybe Morrison would know, if he had any experience writing for children.
Also, I want to know who pumps Batman’s tires. In the right hands, that could be a really interesting story. It’d just have to be a story about people. Not gods.
Choirfly will be doing another show in the park tomorrow evening at 7:30pm! This time we’ll be starting at the 72nd and 5th avenue entrance to Central Park and make our way towards the Naumberg Bandshell.
(It’s not far from the Bethesda Terrace, where Loki & Thor return to Asgard with the tesseract. Just sayin’.)
Hope to see you there!
Come see my face! Faaaaaaaace.
I think we need to clone him for future generations.
Why? I’m pretty sure that when Death comes for him, Christopher Lee will be waiting with a knife, and I’m not betting on Death in that fight.
Didn’t you read what that said?
He is Death.
Not only did Christopher Lee tell Peter Jackson he didn’t have to imagine the sound of being stabbed, he worked with the sound designers to make it as realistic as possible from his own memory.
His mother was Italian nobility. He IS a Count.
And yet somehow this list manages to leave out the fact that he is a genuine lover and creator of heavy metal music.
Chris Evans and Sebastian Stan Battle on the Set of Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Finally, a male superhero whose hairstyle is as impractical as his distaff counterparts.
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