- William Makepeace Thackeray. (From the crow 1994)
Wonder Woman and Superman
by Jim Mellow
This is just awesome. Their expressions = win.
Diana: He is mine.
Clark: Yep, I all yours.
Over the last two days, I’ve published a few posts that reflected a far more pessimistic attitude than I’ve had in recent weeks, and it correlates with my relapsing into lurking on message boards. None of the posters are to blame, but I have to admit to succumbing to some of the negative views I come across, and I don’t like what that says about me. That being I’m something of a conformist in some instances, and it’s time I put a stop to that, starting with no longer visiting message boards. And if that doesn’t work, I may take a break from the internet altogether. I won’t lie and say it’s permanent, but should the break become necessary, I just want to give a shout out to those of you who follow me, as well as those who once followed me. I’m grateful that people are enjoying what I’ve put out there.
1. I need Havok to ditch the Avengers AND the X-Men. Pretty obvious the guy works better when he’s doing his own thing, regardless of whether or not it’s on panel.
2. Charles Soule is losing me on the SM/WW book. The disparity in how Diana comes across and how Clark comes across isn’t a small one, and aside from just being tired of the ‘shipping crap in general, I have to say he’s kind of turning me off of the idea of these two. I’m not ready to call it quits yet, but he needs to improve is characterization of Clark.
3. I want a well-written Superman, damn it! Greg Pak’s holding his end up, but as I said, I’m not too fond of Soule’s. And Geoff Johns, while SM #32 wasn’t as bad as I was expecting, is always hit or miss when it comes to Superman.
By: John Romita Jr
Words of wisdom from Danny Glover, via “Roger Murtaugh” from the “Lethal Weapon” series.
It breaks down like this…I am an unapologetic Havok fan, regardless of how well or poorly he’s written, I’m an unapologetic Kane and Undertaker fan, and I’m an unapologetic Superman fan, all of which fit, oddly enough, with my love of all things horror and gothic atmosphere.
Oh, and The Simpsons go in there, too.
The point of this is to say that, despite any inclinations I might have to rant and rave about what others enjoy, especially when they do so at the expense of what I enjoy, I won’t do it.
And I don’t have the right to tell people to stop loving what they love.
Just had to get all of that off my chest.
Dnt like it stay away.