I will be taking next week off for a much-deserved mental health break from work and blogging. I will miss both terribly, but never fear. I will return Monday, April 21st, with more silliness.
Meanwhile, I leave you with a nice plump posting to get you through the week.
Man, did I ever want these as a kid:
This was one of the few things my parents thwarted when I was under the age of 10 and my parents still labored under the misconception that I would eventually mature and outgrow my love of comics. I think my mother was (rightfully) afraid I would stick them on my wall where I could gaze at them lovingly every day.
But they were so cool! Hawkman and everything!
Did anyone ever get these, and if so, were they as awesome as I had imagined?
Another Great Moment in Comics:
The Time Trapper gets owned by an infant version of the Legion. Any time a comic character is turned into a baby, you can be certain there's a Great Moment in the making.
Much as I love Daredevil,
You can not make someone involuntarily spin like a top. Maybe, and I mean maybe, if he hooked the cable up to an SUV and gunned it, he might get a few spins, but that's about it.
.... and you certainly can't keep someone spinning and send them careening into others. When did Daredevil become a Looney Toons production?
That's it for me this week, folks! Me and mine have some rather difficult things to take care of in the coming weeks, so please remember us in your thoughts and prayers. I'll see you April 21st!