So, I'm hearing decent buzz about Wonder Woman, and I'm glad. I don't understand people who are rooting for a movie to be a bomb. Anyone who doesn't want a movie about comics to be good isn't really a fan.
Let's take a brief look at Master Comics #64:
Oy. You have to give it to CMJ for trying to put Radar over, but I don't exactly see him and say, "This character needs a statue," know what I mean?
Anyway, here he is in action:
The mind-reading he has down. Keeping his own mouth shut rather than blurting out his strategy to his opponent, not so much.
Here's something that caught my eye:+
You know, if Bulletgirl is willing to shoot a criminal, why doesn't she carry a gun? You know, just as a safety net for one of the many times she's defeated in combat?
I've posted this ad for two reasons:
1) Because I can't believe this is actually generating any sales that warrant continued ads and
2) because I wanted to give you proof that if I ever make reference to "Mary's secret visit to Santa" that I'm not talking about anything dirty.
Speaking of things that sound dirty but aren't:
That's... an interesting use of the word "teasing," and one that could probably get you a visit from the local authorities if you repeated it.
Here's an expression I didn't know was a thing:
Well, by ginger, if you name your kid "Speedy Wheeler," you're being kind of a jerk by not getting him a bicycle from the moment he's no longer sleeping in a crib or a dresser drawer or whatever people used back then.
Here's an odd premium:
I tried to find this online because I want to know what celebrities posed for it, but no luck. I also checked out the address on Google Maps, and I can't tell what that building was. Take a look at it and see if you agree that it looks like someone might have been running this out of their apartment.
See you soon!