Sunday, November 9, 2008

Random bits Of Nonsensical Wisdom

You know, Family's A lot like a Safety net.

Made of Barbed wire

Set Aflame.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Notes on November

Today, I was walking in Wal-mart, observing all the Christmas lights on sale, and the Christmas music despite the fact that Thanksgiving was just around the Conner.

Witch got me thinking, Thanksgiving is the black sheep of the Holiday Family.

It's ignored because it doesn't mean you get free stuff, or a nice sense of theater,or have the advantage of having a really cool guy return from dead on the same day as some roman festival

It's the bastard love child dad had with a Meth-addicted stripper while he and mom were
going through a rough patch.
It's the quiet guy that's invited to the family reunion, but no one talks to because he never brings as much to the pot luck.

It's like The Federal Government just said"Damn, you need some more days off, let's make that time we had a party with the natives before giving them small-pox and stealing there land a national Holiday!"

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Two post for the Pirce of One!

Yesterday, went to the Library, and got some books so I could do something other watch paint dry. Some of them were:

Prometha Book 3 By Alan Moore and J.H. Williams III (yes their is a "III" at the end of his name)

Combined this series with Grant Morrison's run on Doom patrol and you've completely eliminated my need for substance abuse to have my mind blown

Seriously, the whole series is just like being shot in the face with a shot gun loaded with symbolism and tarot cards. And LSD.

Batman: Absolution By J.M. Dematteis and Brian Ashmore

This story is about Batman's 10 year search for a terrorist who bombed a Wayne Enterprises building , while wondering if it possible for a person to change and earn redemption
Now this is a great story, and the art is top-notch but the lettering is....

It's so damn small. You have to squint a little to see what they're saying
other than that, its a good read, with great art

Catwoman: wild ride By Ed Brubaker and Cameron Stewart

You know, a few years back I wouldn't be caught dead reading this for fear of catching "the Gay". Now that I'm several years older and less of a Fucking idiot, I've decided to give this a shot. It's the kind of quality you'd expect form the man you brought back Bucky without it being a disaster, and Stewart's art has this Cooke-like feel to it. Recommend

Frist Post

Hi. like everyone and their Mother(and George Orwell), I've decided to create a blog and voice my opinions to millions of complete strangers.
Now the some of things I post will be strange
Some will be funny
Some mite even be real
Hell, some will be political, but those post will be marked as such, so you can just ignore them with you want.
But mostly I'm Going to post about Comics and movies and other Nerd-related subjects because, to paraphrase Mark Twain, you should write to what you know
Anyhow, hope you enjoy.