As Rich noted earlier today, Edward James Olmos is always right. In fact, he's the Chuck Norris of being right. He was right in Blade Runner ("It's too bad she won't live, but then again who does?"), he was right in Battlestar Galactica ("There's a reason you separate the military and the police."), and he's absolutely right about Bob Layton.
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Remember folks, Edward James Olmos is always right…
Don't call them Point Ones. Or Flashpoint Ones.
Yeah, this isn't going to play well is it? Marvel cancelling their LGBT solo lead comic, the other book written by Rob Williams of Ghost Rider (which has also been cancelled).
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When Big Bang Theory began, it presented geek culture to a mainstream audience in a relatively amusing fashion. It was mocking, but a kind of self-mocking. The audience enjoyed a kind of visceral geekness, sharing in the joy of a pre-Crisis issue of Flash, a Green Lantern lantern or even, more recently, seduction via the first appearance of Hellboy in Next Men. This week… not so much.
I hope they leave the credit block EXACTLY LIKE THAT.
The TV version of Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's comic series Powers has been called in for a pit stop.
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