Remember when comics used to be cheerful? Well, these are the times they weren’t.
Author Matt Wilson
We like to think that nerdcore is something new, but here’s the truth: It’s not. At all.
“Boxing all these stereotypes is making me feel racist. What should I do, Doc?” “Join the Nintendo Fun Club today, Mac!”
Not, like, in real life. Just in the comic books. Didn’t want anyone to get confused there.
Not all Muppet-tertainment has been widely seen or preserved — some for no reason, some for very good reasons.
Here’s some characters who we’d like to see try the blues and reds instead of the greens and purples.
Scarlet Witch blew up Avengers mansion. Why can’t these more interesting heroes get to bad for a while?
If you had to characterize Bob Odenkirk and David Cross’ sketch comedy series Mr. Show in one word, that word would probably be “bitter.”
Were these movies ashamed, or did they truly believe modern audiences couldn’t handle a movie based on a comic book that didn’t star someone in tights?
You know, the ones that are actually cool, and make the heroes more interesting, or are so stupid and/or nonsensical as to at least be entertaining.