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What's going on here?

I am bored.

Sure i have plenty of work to do, but my post-acquisition company is all falling to bits, gloriously, and i'm not particularly motivated to do anything. More importantly, due to reasons outside of my control, my copy of Civil War #7 has not been delivered to me, and therefore i can't go to any of the comic book sites where i would normally waste a quarter of my day. I'm also sick to death of reading about how congress is screwing around with ending the Iraq invasion (also here, if you like torturing yourself).

That leaves me with nothing to do but post doctored pictures of people holding giant bunches of celery. Love ya!

Next up: cute animal pictures!

By fnord12 | February 28, 2007, 12:49 PM | Comics & Liberal Outrage & My stupid life | Comments (7)| Link

Spider-Man / Voltron Team-Up

Go here. Something about the Japanese army, something something, icons, something something, and then, suddenly: Spider-Man fighting ninjas, and a cowboy, and giant ninjas, and giant robots. Yes. This is our purpose in life.

By fnord12 | February 26, 2007, 5:41 PM | Comics | Comments (5)| Link

Filed under "Grant Morrison"

Monkey-brain controlled robots.

By fnord12 | February 23, 2007, 10:35 AM | Comics & Science | Link

A different type of deep throat

By fnord12 | February 23, 2007, 10:12 AM | Comics & Liberal Outrage | Link

Civil War

Paul O'Brien:

By the way, my favourite Marvel feature of the week is the house ad for Civil War, which proudly proclaims "Civil War is intriguing because of its pointed, albeit allegorical exploration of a question that faces us in the present era of surveillance, detention and the Patriot Act." That's a quote taken from the Miami Herald, no doubt reviewing the series before the berserker cyborg clone of the Norse god Thor showed up. Perhaps he symbolises Bill O'Reilly.

Disclaimer: I like Civil War.

By fnord12 | February 12, 2007, 4:07 PM | Comics & Liberal Outrage | Link

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