True, true. And even some of their greatest hits that are creator owned, like Grendel Tales and the aforementioned Usagi, originated with other imprints.
That art is seriously terrible. I can’t decide who looks worst!
Man, don’t be dragging Dark Horse. They probably peaked in the 90s but they’ve put out a ton of quality stuff in their time. And they still publish Usagi Yojimbo, which is on the short list for greatest ongoing independent comic of all time.
Is that what the actress looked like when she was young, though? I wonder how close it is, given the fact that other things like cartilage structure change over time.
You just know that Logan Paul and a hundred other insufferable Youtubers are going to be putting these things up in a few years in yet another bid for attention and clicks. I don’t even think I’m exaggerating. The project budget for this was $1.3 million, according to the Kickstarter. Paul and his brother would do…
The Apple IIe did not have a built in monitor. The disk drive was also a separate peripheral. I wouldn’t really call it an “right out of the box” experience.
I’m shocked by how much that doll looks like D.Va.
These are all fine knives, but this is kind of like asking, “What’s the best car?” and having the three choices be the Ford Focus, the Toyota Camry, and the Honda Accord.
Did he give you any senzu beans?
I would hope that all of them would agree that promptness is important, however.
in 1955, when the Ford Motor Company was about to usher in production of a new model, they approached Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Marianne Moore and commissioned her to come up with a name for the new automobile. Her ultimate suggestion was the transcendent “Utopian Turtletop”. Here’s the full list of names she…
The name Nissan is itself a portmanteau of Nihon Sangyo (日本産業 Japan Industries or Nihon Industries).
Also, almost none of Doomsday’s fights make sense, including the original. He can’t fly and has no ranged attacks. He just shouldn’t be that hard to beat. Have a telekinetic or magician or whatever levitate him a few feet off the ground and he’s pretty much harmless. Throw him into orbit if you have to.
Here’s a great write-up of Blash from three years ago when he was already 25. He is the definition of Quadruple-A. If Blash had even an average hit tool he might be very good if not a perennial All-Star at the MLB level. He’s 28 now and teams are still giving him major league at bats. But there’s a reason why scouts…
My glob, it’s full of stars.
It’s a component in a player’s success, but the correlation isn’t really as strong as you suggest. Of the top 10 players in average exit velocity this year, only two of them, Aaron Judge and J.D. Martinez are also in the top ten in wRC+. Joey Gallo is 4th in average exit velocity and 80th in wRC+. Matt Olson is 5th…
He shouted out, “Who voted for the Kennedys?” when after all, a lot of people there did because this district is in Florida and a lot of folks there are old and have left their youthful idealism behind and probably vote Republican now.
And why is he incapable of buttoning his suit jacket when he’s standing up? Look at literally everyone else in that photo for fuck’s sake.
Wise Onion Rings and Funyuns both debuted in 1969. Is there a definitive answer to which came first?