When I mentioned the best movie of 2009, I should have qualified it by saying that I hadn't yet seen Star Trek, which you probably know was amazing. I'm not a trekkie, but this made me a follower. I can't wait for the sequel. I'd also recommend The Marc Pease Experience. I think I'm the only person who liked it, but I really enjoyed it.
You may be wondering, how do Great Moments in Comics (tm!) come about?
First, you take a gigantic and fully functional cash register:
to establish that you can't swing a dead cat in Gotham City without hitting some gigantic and fully functional knickknack.
Just to emphasize this, throw in a gigantic and fully functional camera:
Get the idea? Good. Now throw in a guy who dresses like a moth:
.... although, the headgear notwithstanding, he looks nothing like any moth I've ever seen. Let's pause for a moment and put him in the Costume Hall of Shame.
Okay, gigantic and fully functional props, and a guy who thinks he's a moth. Do you see where this is going? Of course you do!
.... and that, my friends, is how you end up with a Great Moment in Comics! (tm!)
Thanks, Batman #64!
From a male perspective, whether I was ten years of age or the staggeringly elderly point in life in which I find myself now, that is an incredibly lame promotion. Even when I factor in the notion that these people are all has-beens at this point in time, there is no way I would ever collect anything like this. That better be some damn tasty pudding!
Enough of all this. Cue Duane!:
Yeah! He rocks my world, Duane does!
See you tomorrow!