Type: Posts; User: Don C
I like it. Definitely tongue in cheek, but I'm cool with that.
Nevermind. New information came out after I posted. What I, and others, thought was happening is apparently not happening.
Speed Force League Unlimited gets my vote this week.
People don't care. They want to "LOL" at the negative stories. Or rather, the headlines since most people don't actually read the stories anymore.
For those that don't know what we're talking about, "The Nearness of You" is available for free on Comixology. Go read it.
There used to be one. It was closed due to lack of interest.
There's actually a term for this: confirmation bias. "The tendency to interpret new evidence as confirmation of one's existing beliefs or theories." Throw in people's tendency to embrace the negative...
Yeah, me too. One of the best comics ever. And it was only what, 12 pages? Sixteen?
I'm voting for SuperCooper while wondering how Ed Hopper, who has a Golgoth avatar, didn't post an Empire cover. ;)
I hope DC doesn't wuss out and have Terra be a young-looking 18 now. Slade hooking up with a teenager is wrong, but I suspect that was the point. He doesn't care.
Aging powers? That's something that will be mentioned once, then never brought up again.
Having it both ways gives people twice as much to argue over.
He should be upset. That weekend already has Dragon Con, Fan Expo Canada and the Salt Lake City Comic Con.
Nobody I talk to on Facebook who left CBR was worried about the future or the site being shut down. It just wasn't as much as it used to be for them.
I'm looking forward to this. Overkill and Megadeth seem to me like the only 80s metal bands committed to making new albums. And they're both putting out good stuff, too. They never deviate far from...
Yeah, but "Suicide Squad Experiences Normal Drop" isn't an attention-grabbing headline.
Anonymous letter on the Internet?
Comparing two movies who are still in theaters (Star Trek Beyond isn't even open in 21 countries yet, including China) is premature.
Was there any doubt which villain I would use?
They have to mean a gay character. "Straight people need not apply" doesn't really seem like a thing a production company would do.
Things seem to be really falling apart for Blotzer's Ratt. I wonder what the story is there.
And, you know, that Operation Mindcrime song isn't that bad.
Voting for worstblogever this week.
Jonah sold months ago. The new owners are making some changes that aren't too cool. Augie Whatshisface and that column I never read are done after 1,000 editions. Brian Hibbs' column is also moving...