Original unpublished cover art by Mike Mignola for Marvel Comics Presents.
@endternet said: Scott Snyder aka DC’s last hope
And someone needs to beat Grant Morrison with a crowbar
I had visions, I was in them;
I was looking into the mirror
To see a little bit clearer
The rottenness and evil in me. ~ ♪
Wayne Brady calls “bullshit” on Bill Maher.
I would be happy if anyone beat Maher’s ass in public, but especially so if it were Wayne Brady
and more context from the article:
Maher first explained his desire for Obama to be a “real black president” who “lifts up his shirt so they can see the gun in his pants” during a monologue in 2010. Subsequently, Maher referred to Obama as “your Wayne Brady,” a characterization that put into question the African-American credentials of both Obama and Brady.
“I’ve respected him as a comedian, and what he does on HBO is great,” Brady told Hill. “But when he starts to drag me in, to use me as the cultural linchpin of his not-black-enough argument, that’s bullshit.”
"Be happy for no reason, like a child. If you are happy for a reason, you’re in trouble, because that reason can be taken from you."-Deepak Chopra (via khalu)
“Zardoz’s very overstuffed oddness almost proves its point, and the point of the complementary films that accompanied it: It’s a deeply personal vision that demands a world in which deeply personal visions remain possible. It’s an imperfect defense of imperfection, and another reminder that utopia has its downsides, and a paradise on Earth can never really be paradise at all.”
This month’s Laser Age column looks at several 1970s sci-fi visions of utopia—Rollerball, Logan’s Run, Sleeper, and Zardoz—to see what they say about the cost of getting everything you could want. [Read more…]
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