Review: Secret Invasion: Black Panther →
deathrayozone: As such, we don’t really get any insightful peeks into the psyches of these characters that will emotionally invest us in their continued survival (or in the Black Panther’s case, we were rooting for him anyway), so all we’re left with is some moments of the Black Panther and his Wakandan soldiers acting like hard dudes, a couple of twists (one of which is kind of horrifying when...
Famous Plays, CONCEPTUALLY REBOOTED!
geoffreyisworking: Here are some plays that are good, but they’ve been around for a while, so I’ve taken it upon myself to reboot them to keep them fresh, and maybe they’ll catch on. Waiting for Godot Dana and Tim are two best friends who probably used to date. They are fresh out of college twenty something selfish jerks who land jobs waiting tables at West Virginia’s most exclusive new...
Parlor Games For Comics Enthusiasts →
deathrayozone: “Congratulations! You’re having a dinner party! What? What do you mean you’re not having a dinner party? That’s the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard! I already RSVPed and bought a dress and told you (I told you) I’d be bringing the wine! So it’s settled! You’re having a dinner party! What a mad tasteful way to spend an evening! But what’s that you say? You don’t know what to do...
Things in the purse I had stolen today that I'm...
bag of Honey Nut Cheerios Tiny Mickey Rourke notes for my screenplay eyeliner (brown AND black) ten dollar sunglasses a number of coins, none of them quarters birthday card from my parents kazoo
Co-Review: Wolverine & the X-Men #1, Uncanny X-Men... →
deathrayozone: “Geoffrey: I liked that about the conflict of ideologies that Schism presented. A sort of civil-war-style thing that didn’t have that sweaty Mark Millar all over it. Tessa: Yes, and I think it gets to the heart of something that has always been a part of the X-Men, which is the division of people with a common goal and different ideas of how that is to be achieved. You saw it...
Tessa Paraphrases Swamp Thing, Vol. 2 →
deathrayozone: “Back on the motorcycle in the woods, Abby informs Alec that just as he is connected to “the green,” some are connected to “the black” (the rot), and that this kid is one of them. It is worth noting at this point, that if you picked up Animal Man this week, you are also aware that “the red” (fauna) are marshaling their forces against the rot. Looks like we’re all going to learn...