I haven’t been home for a couple of weeks, gallivanting about the globe — like the superstar that I am — to Denver and Montreal for comic conventions. I wasn’t home to Bun Toon, and I missed a couple. I abjectly beg you to accept my apologies.
Since I was last a rabbit, I’ve had an adult son move out of my house, a dog move into my house, my country had a major birthday, this webcomic got nominated for a Shuster award, and I heard something about a Russian political scandal somewhere.
So much important stuff to talk about.
So I went with this.
My wife and I saw this Waldo guy a couple of times during the convention weekend. He was always muttering angrily to himself, and appeared lost the entire time.
THAT’S how you do it, people. Think BELOW the surface to make your cosplay great.
Ty the Guy OUT!
At the same convention in Denver that weekend, I saw THE cosplay of the month.
I assume the little guy had an Ant Man action figure, and I assume the action figure was holding a microscopic version himself…
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Out of respect for the dead, let’s give it a minute, maybe a minute and a half.
Just in case there’s someone out there not reading the current run of CIVIL WAR II: there might be some gigantic spoilers coming up in today’s Bun Toon.
So avert your eyes and turn away. Everyone else, read about…
I give Marvel a year or less to bring Hulk back, they might even do it before Civil War is finished. War Machine and Black Goliath might be settling in for a few rounds of bridge, though, especially since we now have an All-New Wasp, and an All-New Female Iron Man to worry about for a while as third generation versions of founding Avengers.
Ty the Guy OUT!
It’s hardly the first time someone has killed off the Hulk. Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno did it back in the Eighties.
I maintain that this film is best enjoyed in VHS format, with the tracking bar malfunctioning.
It’s as exciting as that image suggests it is. In the gripping film, Hulk is killed by falling from a helicopter, about a hundred a thirty feet. No need for Hawkeye.
Of course, they kill off versions of Iron Man all the time.
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It’s not the size of the Bun Toon that matters…
Again, Marvel opens up a movie with a character the general public knows next to nothing about.
Again, the humble Bunny is here to help the novice sort it all out…
I’m actually DYING to see this one. I have a fondness for ANT-MAN that’s almost unnatural…
Ty the Guy OUT!
During the period of time I was writing an Avengers animated comic called “Avengers United They Stand”, Hank Pym/Ant-Man was the only original Avenger on the team every month… So I featured him as a heroic, smart, funny, charming and all-around cool guy, leading the squad…
I drew the covers too, this is one of mine.
Of course, the series was cancelled after eight issues.
No one loves the comic book Hank Pym.
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