I know I've mentioned how great this 6-page Speedball back-up story from The New Warriors Annual #1 is somewhere before... An old video? Or comment-section somewhere??? Anyways- that's not important...
I think that it's so entertaining that I've decided to just post the entire damn thing here so you can all check it out. -In honor of the All-New Marvel NOW! New Warriors relaunch:
-You ever read a panel in a comic and have to instantly reread it because you took what they said all wrong in your head? Because all I could think was; 'Damn, Zatanna needs laid. She's got sex on the brain.'!eikciuq a rof enitnatsnoC llaC-
Also from Zatanna: Come Together #1: She foolishly/desperately goes to the evil sorcerer Tannarak for help... and, of course, he's chatting civilly with her at first, for about a page, and then...
~I just got back from visiting family in Kentucky, and I can't remember the last time it snowed like that there!!! So- firstly; in honor of all theWinter-weather- you can file this under: Gee, ya think???:
Yes, I know the Rob Liefeld cover is a swipe of Niki Taylor from some 1995 Calendar... so what? I always have defended Liefeld- and as an amateur "artist" myself: I defend working from photographs, "swiping", and even tracing... Know who else does? Legendary comic book artist Neal Adams!
It's towards the end of it- if you're just looking for that part specifically... around 52 minutes in. But if you have the time- this is a gripping three-part discussion with the man about all kinds of things. Including creating Green Lantern- John Stewart, helping Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, The X-Men, and of course- his work on Batman.
Anyways- on with the subject of today's post: Rob Liefeld created Avengelyne, along with former Vampirella convention model; Cathy Christian- with her also being the model for the character, because... well, because like any other guy who saw her dressed as Vampi back in the day- he probably wanted to fuck her:
So, I once did a silly video-review of a one-shot called Carnage: Mind Bomb (by Warren Ellis) on the YouTubes. -Because it's a book I've always enjoyed... I was all set to do another video on the one-shot follow-up, I also owned, called Carnage: It's A Wonderful Life (by David Quinn). But unfortunately after re-reading it: I found that I hated the ever-living fuck out of it. I thought it was a hackneyed, pretentious mess- I mean utter fucking over-written garbage!
-Now, while it's way easier to talk about something you despise (why do you think the internet is so full of hate?)I don't want to contribute to that. You can not like something, sure. -You can share the reasons why, that's fine. -You can disagree with others, respectfully. But hate is not helping anyone, and all the sites out there who just hate on, insult, and trash comics and creators they think are bad; with such venom, malice, and vitriol- are NOT helping the industry. They are part of the problem. Yes- there do exist some comics out there that are just flat-out fucking bad... no one is going to defend Power Pachyderms, orNFL SuperPro. But when other books are divisive- and it's a matter of personal taste- these "reviewers" are literally yelling at, and ignorantly insulting fans, while turning other people off of the product in general. Not to mention they are not helping the way people perceive comic-book-readers. We are notall bitter, angry, unpleasable, nitpicky, over-literal, pretentious, self-righteous assholes. (NOTE: I am NOT talking about any friends of this site- I am referring to some other "comic-reviewers" out there on the interwebs.)
-Well, I'm a little bit of a self-righteous asshole, I guess.
Look, I'm not trying to pick a fight, and I'm not trying to get up on my own soapbox here... so I'll stop now. But my point is- I never released that next "review", and that was why... This brings us to today, and the four-issue mini-series:
Hercules straight-up claims bitches. From Thor: Blood Oath #4
-I wish they all made so fine a sound.
First- I'd like to thank everyone reading this blog right now. I'd also like to encourage comments. -Don't be afraid to join in on the conversations in the comment sections of any post!
Next up: The regulars have already heard- but I'd like to post it here: For Febuary 27th, 2014 I'm trying to get as many participants as I can for a little internet art-show between all of our sites...