( Pa has a nice ring to it )
( I was going to say the same thing to you. )
( When Matt met Foggy )
7 1/3 pages from a 22 page story. Man, cutting this one was hard. REALLY. HARD. I loved this story so much.
( If you can't beat 'em, guilt 'em! )
Lana Lang, Traci 13 and Natasha Irons and a fourth will have to work together to save the day and rescue the Man of Steel.
7 1/3 pages from a 22 page story.
( The Magic, The Technology, the Otherworldly Strength: the Supergirl Trinity )
What happens when Superman falls into a near death state? Who can save the day? Part 1 of 3.
7 pages from a 22 page story.
Co-starring a female who would make Jaime Reyes say "Hot Damn!"
( The Supergirls Unite! )
( When Matt met Foggy )
Why? Why?! Because Dan DiDio hates you, that's why.
( Legal images after the cut. )
(3 pages from Deadpool issue #12, 5 pages from Deadpool issue #13)
That was back in Joe Kelly's glorious run, and Deadpool was going through a rough time with trying to help Typhoid Mary which didn't really turn out how he wanted and then turned out a little bit ugly, fighting T-Ray who had a big grudge against him, and LL&L expecting him to be the heroic Mithra who will protect a prophesied Messiah, which he thought was pretty absurd; so he did something he was prone to do back then: going to Siryn, with whom he had a weird romantic friendship and a very big crush, for comfort. Instead of finding Siryn, he found Warpath, and a fight ensued, with the result that when Siryn actually arrived on the scene she was not really in the mood of hearing Wade talk about his issues and they had a pretty bad argument (including Wade being overbearing and aggressive) and Siryn walked away.
So Deadpool got drunk.
( trigger warning for depiction and discussion of rape )
(also this is my first post, hi *waves*)
( The blackness calls itself Zod. )
Recap: A powerful telepath has been manipulating people across the world to forcibly put an end to its problems, lobotomizing criminals and making world leaders peacefully resolve all their disputes. With the Martian Manhunter in an oddly weakened state, the Justice League is left defenceless from assault. Ultimately it becomes clear that their formidable opponent is a Martian, and in fact, none other than J'onn J'onnz himself, now turned into a monstrous being calling himself Fernus.
( Get your sorry motherless Martian thorax back in the water! )
Ever wonder why the most powerful member of the League could be defeated by something as common as fire?
( Read more... )
But even if he doesn't play Kal-El, to me, Jon Hamm might have a place in the next Superman movie.
( ACTION #700 pages and fanboy rambling after the cut. )