Surprisingly, I haven’t really made that much of a big deal out of IRON MAN 2 hitting theaters here soon. I am really psyched about it, as I loved the first one and the more I watch it the higher it climbs on my ladder of superhero flicks. Honestly, I’ll pop it in and get more out of it than I will THE DARK KNIGHT, but then again two and a half hours of Christian Bale’s growly rape voice is sometimes more than I can handle. Anyhow, Black Widow is in IRON MAN 2, and funnily, I think some of the cosplayers did a better job with the costume than the production designers for that film, so enjoy!
One of these days I’m going to have them list me as “lead blogger of Comics Con Queso” and see if the site doesn’t get some additional traffic out of it. Call it a social expirement, if you will.
I’ve started showcasing my photography over on DeviantArt. I’m also hoping to network with other artists and hopefully find a penciller for a comic book pitch I’m trying to put together. Anyway, cycle through my stuff if you get a chance. I don’t completely suck.
Today marks the one-week anniversary of our forum opening up shop and we’ve already accrued a healthy roster of people posting on a wide variety of topics.
Please drop by and register, we’d love to have you aboard!
In another pathetic attempt to claim legitimacy (See also “So, I Got Mentioned In Wizard…“), I must bring to light the fact that writer Tim Seeley, creator of ball-bustingly awesome series Hack/Slash, as well as the author of my favorite book of the week “Colt Noble and the Megalords” somehow found this blog, and my review of his book, and tweeted it.
This does two things.
One, proves that people actually read this blog and don’t find the writing horrible enough to NOT recommend it to others.
Two, makes me weary of insulting creators on the off chance that they might actually read the blog. And the last thing I want to do is make Geoff Johns cry, though it would be fair considering how hard he has made me cry at times. (Jerk…)
Okay, so that may not mean a whole lot in the grand scheme of things, and it in no way will get hits for this site, (grumble, mutter) but it’s still kind of cool. I mean, I give Wizard a lot of grief for esentially degenerating over the years into a personal ball-tickler for Marvel Comics and a second rate magazine that offers no viable editorials considering its breaking news usually hits stands two months after the details have already hit the web; that much I admit. However, it is sort of a long-standing institution in the comic business, and the fact that when they removed the price guide section everybody raised hell to get it back, knowing that having monthly updates helps both collectors and retailers in more ways than we’d like to admit, shows that it still retains some relevance.
Basically, I’m going to use this as a cheap excuse to claim that my opinion on comic books is somehow valid because it has seen a few lines of print in publication that I didn’t pay for.