It’s only fun until someone loses an eye or something.
…aaand that’s why we can’t have good DC Comics film franchises.
If you’re not familiar with David S. Goyer, or his delightful take on comic fandom, DC characters or She-Hulk in specific, you can go here and breathe it all in like a fine bouquet. Just remember while you’re reading it, that Mr. Goyer is in charge of the DC movie universe.
I hear the new X-Men picture is pretty good.
Ty the Guy OUT!
This is one of a handful of issues of She-Hulk I co-wrote with Dan Slott. If we would have known what Mr. Goyer was doing with the issues after we worked on ’em, we would have sat in Purell while plotting…
Why was I dressed like a Spider-Bunny last week? There’s only one way to find out, true believers.
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Can I hop on the trend?
Okay. So the MAN OF STEEL movie is making serious bank. Obviously, there’s a public out there hungry for a cynical, terrifying Superman.
No one’s stupid enough to ignore that audience. So…
Of course, we need David S. Goyer and a production company to make the money off these ideas…but there’s gold in there, Jerry! GOLD!
And I think I want that Family Circus panel as a T-Shirt.
By the way, just so there’s no confusion. I actually liked the MAN OF STEEL movie…
Ty the Guy OUT!
DC Comics is already ahead of the trend of the parent company. This is from a recent World’s Finest, apparently.
Next: Aquaman drowns Wonder Woman. COOL.
Optimism and honour in our heroes is SO 20th Century.
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