Posts Tagged ‘comics’
Last week, I attempted to watch a movie on Netflix, but my internet cut out and was also replaced by radioactivity and now I am radioactive and hellbent on destroying the internet! However, it is almost Valentine’s Day, so I feel I should take some time out of building my machine that turns animated GIFs into cyanide gas to tell you all that even though I hate you all, I love you.
Please enjoy the cards below.
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This Valentine’s Day, curl up with a loved on on the couch and hold a small country hostage using a self-replicating sound-carried virus or a death ray.
Please enjoy these other Villainous Valentines.
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World came out last weekend. If you were not aware, Scott Pilgrim is based on a comic book. In the last 10 years, more and more comic book inspired movies are climbing the list of top-grossing films of all time. With a sequel to The Dark Knight in the works, as well as the release of Marvel’s Avengers line, that trend might not be changing in the next few years. As you’re watching Iron Man for the 4th time, you might be thinking “If only there was some way I could continue to have as much fun as Tony Stark!” Well, now there is! Comic books.
With all of these “ironing men” and “man bats” around, interest in comic books is growing. However, there are probably 10 Batman titles alone released each month, so people don’t know where to start. Naturally, they come to me. Why me? Well, there are several reasons that make me qualified to give out comic book advice:
Why Should I Listen to You?
- I am a huge geek with little shame.
- My brain absorbs trivia.
- I am always right about everything and everyone should listen to me all the time.
- I was Batman for Halloween, 2 years IN A ROW!
- Also I read a lot of comic books.
I have been reading comics books for decades. As a child, I would pick up the occasional Batman or X-Men with the hyperfoil variant cover. Then the 90s happened and I stopped reading comics until I was a sophomore in college. This was around the time when Batman Begins was released. I learned what series the movie was based on and I picked them up on Amazon. Then I hunted down a few more “must have” Batman collections. My junior year of college I took a vacation out to Hawaii, which is about a 1,000 hour flight. I picked up some Ultimate Spider-Man comics to keep me entertained. This eventually lead me into 616 and if you know what that means, you won’t need to read this list of recommend titles for people who want to get into comic books because you are already a nerd.