Off io9’s list of the ten weirdest Marvel movies never made, via Debby Witt, here’s prima facie evidence that everydamnone in Hollywood from 1971–1986 was melting their septa with Bolivian marching powder. To wit: Long before Fantastic 4: Rise of …Continue reading →
Is this a dagger which I see before me, The handle toward my hand? Come, let me clutch thee. I have thee not, and yet I see thee still. Art thou not, fatal vision, sensible To feeling as to sight? …Continue reading →
Seventy-five years ago today, Kal-El, the Man of Steel, the Last Son of Krypton was born. Dr. J. being the comic book geek of old wanted to salute the diamond anniversary of Action Comics #1. While the issue date is …Continue reading →
Party Rock Anthem is one of the Lil Medstudent’s favorite songs. When Dr. J. saw this on spooky witchy FB friend’s page today, he just had to share it with you: For those not familiar with the X-Men, this is …Continue reading →
Operative RKB writes: Dr. J, I will give them credit for one bit of schoolyard humour. Alan Scott always had a vulnerability to wood. Admittedly, it is a pun at best and a tasteless equivocation at least. Operative RKB Heh …Continue reading →
So our friends at DC Comics have rebooted Alan Scott, the golden age Green Lantern (not to be confused with Kato’s companion the Green Hornet) as their flagship ‘Gay Superhero‘ hero hero hero… In the words of Bruce Timm, ‘Meh.’ …Continue reading →
Dr. J. used to work in a comic book store as a youth, so this story is up his alley. Dr. J. always found sexual themes to be extraneous to a good comic book story. The Dark Knight Returns and …Continue reading →
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