He certainly looks like a Hardy fellow, doesn’t he? He might even be the Bane…
Do you wanna birth a baby?
You don’t have to flip for it, as it’s already doing that for you.
Ironically, with its pro-China themes almost as conspicuous as those in Transformers 4, even if played satirically, this would be perfect fodder for an international blockbuster movie
If Disneyland and Universal Studios are Superman, England’s Drayton Manor at times feels like Bizarro’s cube-world…or an Axel Braun porn parody without any naked people.
Let’s say that you’re a transforming robot, from the planet (for legal reasons) Shmybershmon, and for some reason you wish to disguise yourself as a rice cooker.
Sure, R2 units have a useful tool for almost every job…but have you noticed how they can never keep their companion protocol droids from being hopelessly neurotic?
What gave it away? The pretty decent likeness, the movie-accurate uniform and the fact that it says “DREDD” in huge-ass letters right there on his badge.
Much like the Gen-Xers who collected comic books and toys, we millenials are wasting our precious, hard-earned money by collecting ancient silicon chips ensconced in plastic cartridges. Most of which are complete crap.
Here’s my question: if you’re going to do this kind of thing, and brave the legal wrath of Christopher Nolan, WB and DC Comics…why not really stick it to them and make a knock-off Jaimie Alexander likeness as “Wonderful Woman”?