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Saturday, April 16, 2011

What would a black Doctor look like?


I have got something on my mind.... What would a black Doctor look like? And Yes, I'm talking about the Doctor from Doctor Who, not an actual doctor. If you don't anything about Doctor Who, I guess I'll say a little something about it. It's a scifi show that's been on the BBC since 1963. There have been a couple of breaks in those 40 someting years of course. It's an interesting show, and it's real different from stuff like Star Trek and Star Wars. Sometimes, it's easy to forget that there's other cool scifi shows out there. Anyway, there have been eleven of these "Doctors,", they all have been white (and British of course), and their fashion sense has been decent to "what the hell is that?". So, let's see what a black Doctor Who (or a Doctor Who who happens to be black) could dress like:


......No, Heck no, and "Negro, You's Crazy???".


hmm...Nah.

This could work....if the Doctor became a pimp.



All of these could work.

These could definiately work.

And for an added bonus:

Well! Let's see here: if I find a white coat, have a navy blue hat, and buttoned up that shirt, I could make a fine Doctor don't you think?

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Graphic Novels - Infinite Crisis: Part Seven - Finale


Greetings. This is arw1985, and I’m back with the last part of this long crossover event called Infinite Crisis. I have to admit, it’s been a task doing this, but it’s also been fun. I got this issue on May 2nd (?), 2006. It was test week and then after the tests, I headed home for the summer. I remember hearing that this issue would be delayed another week, which peeved my off to no end. First, there was no comic book store (well, at the time anyway) in my area, I had no car, and I really wanted to see the end. Luckily, the book came out on schedule, and I was able to get it.

Anyways, back on topic. The creative team is the same, with George Perez, Jerry Ordway, Ivan Reis, and Jeff Bennett doing pencils alongside Phil Jimenez (man, there were a lot of cooks in this kitchen.). The covers are both cool, with the Lee cover showing the Green Lantern Corp, the Supermen, and Power Girl taking on PRIME, and the Perez cover shows all of the heroes fighting the Society in Metropolis. I guess I like the Perez cover more because it shows Robin taking on Bizarro (Ha, just noticed that). Well, here we go with the conclusion to Infinite Crisis:

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Some More Randomness

Well, I'm at the library by Metro Center listening to some "Confessions" by Usher. Not bad...and now it's time for some random thoughts.

Well it had to happen eventually...
Yesterday, I went to The Great Escape (awesome place by the way) in West Nashville and got the first issue to Fear Itself. This is the first recent comic I've gotten in about a year. Yeah. After Blackest Night, I just decided I would stick with not so recent stuff for a while, and it's worked. probably the most random series I've gotten during this time is Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn 2. I just felt like it for a reason. It's actually pretty good ( may even talk about it). I may even get Emerald Dawn if I can find it. Anyway, the first issue to Fear Itself was interesting. I've kept up with some of Marvel (dang prices), so I kinda know of what's going on. I just hope the event doesn't let me down.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Graphic Novels - Infinite Crisis: Part Six - Touchdown (sobs...)


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I’m back with the 6th issue to the event known as Infinite Crisis. Right now, it’s Wednesday, I just got off work and I’m not ready to sleep yet. I sort of remember when I got this issue. It was a Friday in March or April 2006, and I decided I was going to walk and get this issue. One problem: there was rain in the forecast. So, I decided to head out in the morning before all of the rain came. Before I left, I prayed to God the He would hold back all the rain till when I got back (Yeah, I prayed for that. So what? I always prayed before I did a walk like that.). Well, it worked, I got the issue and got back before all sorts of rain AND hail fell down. It was nuts. Everyone in Nicks Hall was watching that stuff fall. The creative team for the issue is pretty much the same, with Jerry Ordway, George Perez, and Ivan Reis doing pencils along with the main artist, Phil Jimenez. The covers are well done, with one being awesome and one being okay. Guess which one. Well, here we go…

Random Pics of the Month - April

Well, I've decided to post 2 photos. First, here is one I wanted to post for a while:


Hmm...let's see how many things I can say about this pic:

Batman: Uh....is this a proposal?
Kal-L: ...Not this time.
...
Batman: Why are you smiling so dang much?
Kal-L: Well, people from my Earth smiled even in the worst of circumstances.
B: Oh. Did I...
K: Oh yes, yes. Lots!
B: @#$%!
...
B: ...Just how close were we on your Earth?
K: Too close.
B: ...
K: Just kidding!
...
K: Let's face the facts about me and you, a love unspecified though I'm proud to call you "chocolate bear" the crowd will always talk and stare.
B: ...No. Heck No. #*$( NO!!! (pulls out earth-2 kryptonite)

All right, that's all I got.


The next one is of the Grand Canyon, which was taken while I was in immense pain, literally:

The fact that this "hole in the ground" looks B-E-A-Utiful is more proof that God exists.