Actually, I can't wait for Erik Larsen to practically bow down and blow Romney on the cover of every other issue of SD, like he did with Obama.
Oh...but that won't happen at least until Romney gets his Nobel prize for also not being George Bush. I'll wait.
Nice to see that politics is bringing out the best in people as usual.
Don't let the door hit you in your fat ass on the way out, Dan Slott. I'll pack you a bag, even.
While you're making moving plans, maybe you should hand over your cush writing gig to someone who might need a leg up and would appreciate it more? Spread the wealth around a bit, as Obama's fond of saying. You've had a long, successful run in the biz already -- it's only fair, after all.
No? Well then shut the fuck up, and take President Kardashian's impending ass-whooping like a man.
The Obama thing happened because he gave an interview to a British paper saying he was a big Spidey (and Conan) fan and had quoted the character more than once. All candidates should do the same.
(Really you are a joke at this point. It's probably kinda smart that you're afraid to post this nonsense under your real name.)
To be or not to be. That's not really a question.
ShadowMax: Has anyone actually verified this is the real Steve Wacker?
Me: Quick Steve, tell us something only Steve Wacker would know.
Steve Wacker: [The Marvel relaunch] secretly is a reboot.
Me: If you mean the continuity won't match up with any of the preceding issues, anyone could have predicted that.
Don't you know that Marvel only ever does things for the purest of motives? The whole variant cover phenomenon, for example, started as a way to give fans a choice... and (in the case of blank variants) a handy place to get sketches made.
They were shocked (shocked!) that it increased sales. It never even occurred to them.
Last edited by bewareofgeek; 11-03-2012 at 09:50 PM.
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