Boston 4chan meetup 2008 footage compilation
its what the title says
This is my aesthetic
Slash tires on every hack comic book/sci-fi clickbait writer who posts articles on Dr. Strange casting rumors. No one cares about that shit prospect of a movie to begin with, and should care less anyways since they’ll just hire some mediocre tv director to run it.
"Marvel Magic through the eyes of a Spartacus director! We’ll bore you to tears AND deny nudity on this effort. Magic!"
Most modern crime shows with their prestige writing and production staffs can only dream of achieving the consistency that Rockford did with that scattered crew. Screw Fargo and fuck Martin Freeman.
Jim Rockford had the biggest balls of any P.I. to grace the television screen
Rockford Files - 2 Into 5.56 Won’t Go (s02e10)
Oh shit motherfucker, Jane Eyre is on Netflix now. Get some Cary Fukunaga movie direction into your head, with Dame Jui Dench’s presence as an added bonus.
Whenever I think I’m getting in my feelings a little, I go on one of blacksupervillain posts and look at everybody being wrong and feel normal again. Like, this nigga ain’t never lied, why y’all trippin?
Iron Man vs Goku.
You can’t use that one, though. By the end of the series, Goku is on some god tier shit because Toriyama wrote it in early that if Saiyans ain’t die they just got stronger. Like, Goku died a good three times and he had gods helpin him and shit. Cain’t nobody win against Goku if you go with that. You gotta stop at a level where he’s vincible and that’s about Cell saga, in which case, Iron Man is stronger.
finally someone sees the light
Goku is a scrub, stop believing in scrubs who spend 4.5 months of the year crying to a dude wearing clown make-up in the afterlife.
THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (8/27/14 – 52 is an Artificial Limit, and other obvious statements) | The Comics Journal. Jog in full beast mode, taking a look at Multiversity #1. In the comments, the book is revealed as what we expected all along: a desperate attempt at David Brothers fanfic.
Joe said it all better but: That was a striking book, just in how unhip it felt compared to everything else I got that week. It had some interesting ideas in the execution (I like the bit about books being windows into the places the characters will visit, I guess). There were things to like about it, some. It just felt like … not of this year. When Joe talks about looking at it with nostalgia, I think he really nails at least my experience of it— “this might’ve really meant something to me once" was the most it inspired in me (plus a brief "oh no is this going to be about the internet?" fear that Jeff Lester talks about elsewhere)(I don’t know if “no, it’s just going to be about comics again" was too much relief). Just in the stuff it was concerned about… like, those battles already all got lost. Bad guys win. Or good guys win if you’re really into Lady Thor or whatever. I don’t know. I don’t care anymore. I guess that was the weird thing about it— just this visit to a planet of concerns I don’t have anymore…
(Or just this massive body of work he’s been building about superheros being held hostage and corrupted by Decrepit Forces feels very strange right now, when… I’m the first person to be cynical and say “all these indie success stories are a fad and a bubble! nothing good will last! humbug! Humbug to everything!" But that felt strange right now where the rest of comics are suffused with a very different kind of optimism. It felt like a book wanting to joust obstacles on a dirt path located adjacent to a … well not a highway, but a different dirt path whose obstacles are probably just being hushed up and also a dirt path with too many science fiction comics on it, what’s with all the science fiction, buy a different set of dice, you nerds, etc. I don’t know. I’m babbling about dirt on the internet again, aren’t I? The behavioral therapy isn’t working…)
Probably this all just says more about me and where I’m at, than anything. It was just weird how much that seemed like a thing of the early 00’s. And also just kind of striking given how much you see Morrison’s fingerprints in many of your hip books of the moment. I read that book after reading not less than three Image books with Morrison’s DNA splattered all over them…
Houses on the Hill will always be one of the most beautiful songs written
You’re Next is now on Netfilix Instant. Get that into your brain stat if you haven’t already. That movie is top ten 2010s, ride or die.
I hope the next season of True Detective eats rocks and Fukunaga punches Pizzolatto in the dick with his newly acquired statue.
Cary Joji Fukunaga accepts the award for outstanding directing for a drama series for his work on “True Detective” - “Who Goes There” at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Monday, Aug. 25, 2014
There is directorial justice in the world of award shows.
Winter Soldier was acted by a stunt double wearing a mask for probably 80 percent of that film. Please stop putting that ugly dude in posts.