Sounds like Asgardian deodorant
I’m glad somebody pointed this out. I wanted to, but hot takes have no time for thought or research and I didn’t want to take any of the pat-yourself-on-the-back shine off of Lantern’s stunning commentary...
Rodney Barnes, who wrote last night’s script, and Salli Richardson-Whitfield, who directed the episode, are both black.
“Cheshire Crossing”. Coming this summer as a REAL BOOK with a new artist.
The author and original artist has been busy with other work. I mean, “The Martian” took up LOTS of Andy Weir’s time, so he had someone else go back and redraw the strip.
And yeah, it’s available for pre-order on Amazon, but I’m not going to link…
I’m unsure about the hour-long format. The original series tried it with little success. While the extra minutes can be used to flesh out a story and paint more rounded characters, it also risks belaboring the point.
I only recently found out that he was appearing as his character from River’s Edge, a movie that I’ve never gotten around to seeing (gasp, I know). Apparently he didn’t tell Letterman.
I re-read the book and had forgotten just how little actual ‘horror’ takes place in it. The majority of the book is just a heartbreaking family drama that just happens to include an undead murder boy.
The worst part is Louis doing the adult thing and not heeding his instincts about Church and how he’s not right and deciding to believe that a resurrected Gage will be “fine!” or at least good enough. The idea that ‘it won’t happen to me because, well.. I’m me and not that unfortunate so-and-so...".
The wake scene was hard to read.
There’s that chapter where he takes Gage out to fly a kite, and then the aftermath is so painful, seeing Louis just be a grinning animatronic figure at the funeral.
“Former SAS in his 20s”?
Nope, thinning. Pretty sure Zachary Quinto once killed a gypsie with his car and has been cursed.
There were 70 people shot so I don’t think he was keeping a count of who died. He would have killed a lot more if he could.
Probably this part:
‘After watching the film, there is no doubt in my mind that there is NOT anyone else that encompasses everything that Carol Danvers is and what she represents to comic book fans everywhere.’
It is not strange at all for Houdini to be involved in that. Harry Houdini spent much of his time debunking mediums, spiritualists, and other such people who used belief in the supernatural to separate the gullible from their money. Houdini was always up front about the fact that what he was doing was a show, not…
It is not weird at all if you knew anything about Houdini’s history as a debunker of paranormal and seance con-artists.
But is it incredibly racist? Because that’s how you verify his work. The stories were very cool, but holy fuck was he a racist. Even for his time!
It seems a strange thing for either of the two men to condemn, especially when the supernatural inspired so much of their professions.