Some things in life are just inevitable. Death. Taxes. Kids returning to school. Partisan politics. Child stars turning into adult train wrecks. And bad Michael Bay movies. Why the laundry list? Good question. The answer is simple. This week's cheesecake selection was one of those foregone inevitablilities. Say hello to Jennifer Aniston. Yeah, I know. … Continue reading Friday LinkFrogging – 8/20/10
Tag: The Joker
I never got around to writing any year end "best of lists." There are plenty of those out there. Just Google your favorite thing and I'm sure someone has compiled as list. Instead, what I've decided to do is share my year in books. I'm a steady if not voracious reader. I've always got … Continue reading 2008 – My Year in Books
"You shouldn't know what the Joker is thinking." - Brian Azzarello, Wizard World Texas, November 8, 2008 I will admit, I bought "The Joker" to get it autographed at Wizard World. With both the writer and the artist in attendance, it seemed like a good idea. The deep discount I got at Barnes & Noble didn't hurt. … Continue reading “The Joker” – the review
Wait until they get a load of me. -Jack Nicholson as the Joker, Batman People like to wear costumes. We do it every day. Suits and ties, designer clothes, come fuck-me pumps. Costumes, one and all. Anyone who has ever gone to a comic con knows that some people REALLY like to dress up. Bruce … Continue reading WWTX 2008: To The Nines
That's not a hobbit. That's a hobo and a rabbit, but they're making a hobbit. - Bender, "Bender's Game." For the fifth year, Stephe and I ventured to the wilds of Arlington, Texas to take in the spectacle that is Wizard World. This year was different in that, thanks to GonzoGeek, we were able to … Continue reading Wizard World Texas 2008 – How You Doing Daddy-O?
Back in April, I did a summer movie preview. Sitting right at the top of my list was "The Dark Knight." It was unquestionably the movie I was most looking forward to this summer. Based on its box office take to date, I'm not the only one. I saw Dark Knight on opening day shortly … Continue reading “The Dark Knight” – the review