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Friday, August 31, 2007

Day Off 


Pay Bills Online

Watch Fraggle Rock

Play WOW <-- Currently!

Go To Bank For Quarters For Laundry

Do Laundry

Sit Around In Underwear All Day <--Alas, only for half the day, and that doesn't count

Update Amazon Links

Update "Man of the Moment"



Wednesday, August 29, 2007

I Need A Drink, Clearly 

(vaguely inspired by this)

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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Back to Normal? 

Okay, I've changed my web-host, and things seem to be working much better on my end. A few links and images may still be broken, and you may need to re-subscribe if you read this via a feed.

To make up for that, here's an ad for a Mormon beefcake calender:

And, once again, a niche gay porn genre goes mainstream...

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I Lack The Romance Sensibility 

Our Love Story #26's lead feature is an entertaining look at an early model of the "metrosexual" variety. At least, that's the interpretation I'm going with. Because the slightly more plausible interpretation is that the story is about a young woman a little too dim to realize that her boyfriend is a closeted homosexual just using her as a beard in order to help himself become a success in the, er, fashion industry.

Oh, man...clothes designer, stands hip-askew, wears a gold bracelet...he's at least a 3/5 on the ol' Gaydar.

"That's right Dad, clothes! He won't even so much as deep kiss me! So back off, old man!"

"And he's so sensitive...and he doesn't try to paw me like the other boys do...and he likes going to the muscle-man beach with me..."

That's right 9-to-5 job means less money to buy you pretty, pretty clothes... that a momentary flash of insight on Jill's face? The artist has perfectly captured that "Why am I wasting my time on this broke-ass homo?" look.

Honey, Derek finds himself every weekend at the steam room in the gym...

Uh, no, I'm calling bullshit on this. Because as we all know, the one thing there isn't enough of in this world is advertising.
Of course, if "Dad" treats all his customers like he does Derek, no wonder his business is falling off.
"We'd like to advertise our exciting new lines of vitamin pills."
"What is that, for loafers?"

Hey, it's the secret origin of The Gap!

And then we ran out of story pages so we get the horribly implausible ending.
And for years, Jill wondered why Derek had to stop off at every rest-stop whenever they traveled anywhere by car.
And why he became a Republican...

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Thursday, August 23, 2007

This Week 

Books I Bought On Wednesday

None! Hah! I don't buy books on Wednesday!

Books I Would Have Bought On Wednesday

Morrison brings so much joy.

A consistently fun book, and I'm curious to see what Bedard brings to it.

The best Spider-Man book on the market.

Screw you, I like it.

Diggle and Jock, so a guaranteed sell. And Ollie doesn't come off as a complete tool. But that mischaracterization aside...

"Sinestro Corps War" is such a stupidly good idea.

Uhm, no idea...buyer's inertia? The overall ratio of "good" to "bad" is better than on JLA Classified.

Is it wrong of me to hope that New Wave will show up in this new version of Batman and the Outsiders at some point?

These are dreadful, but in that semi-charming Silver Age nuttiness sort of way. Plus, you know, blogging fodder for dozens of people for weeks.

Not sure if I'm going to stick with this past Cooke's departure.

For Pete. I don't like this new version of the Legion at all.

I really like what Busiek has been doing with the Superman books. Between him and Morrison, the books are the best they've been in decades.

That the presence of Rocket Raccoon is apparently enough for me and other people to pick this book up makes the odd lack of a trade for Mignola's Rocket Raccoon mini even more puzzling.

Consistently, I find myself liking the MU2 stuff more than the regular Marvel comics. They're slight, but they're good fun, and it's nice to see the Marvel heroes acting heroically.

Still on the fence. The first issue didn't suck, but neither did it blow me away. And why are all the female characters exposing their belly buttons?

After that interminable Thanos story, there's been a noticeable uptick in quality.

Cute girls and cute dogs. It's almost like the perfect manga.

I debated switching to trades, but every issue I buy is one less for speculators to get their hands on.

Okay, no, this is the perfect manga.

Books I'm Not Buying This Week

I digs me some Sam Keith, but I'm all about Lobo-ed out.

Every time I see this on the shelf, I sigh quietly to myself. At least I don't have to actually sell it to people myself anymore.

$75 for pre-super-hero Marvel books? Uhm, pass, thanks.

The Cult of Halo confuses me. It's just a FPS. And not even a very good one, from what I can tell.

Hey, look, the trades coming back into print in a reasonable amount of time before the movie premieres! That's how you can tell Dark Horse didn't publish this.

I'm definitely feeling Ellised out. I read the preview, and I just wasn't feeling this book. It's tired, well tread ground for Ellis and dozens of other creators.

Dropped. We're at the point now where the only thing in the magazine I want to read is Absolute Boyfriend, and I can't justify $6 a month for that.

Mike says there's something in this issue which will annoy me. I'm assuming he means apart from the lack of anything funny in a supposed humor book.

If I ran the comics industry, there'd be no more fucking zombie books.

Kitty Pryde fans creep me out, man.

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Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Chili's Comeuppance 

And now, to complete our troika:

Repeat twice an issue. For twenty years...
Though, given how Millie and Clicker behave, it's hard to begrudge Chili her ambition.

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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Then Again... 

Maybe Millie and Clicker deserve each other...

Millie's so self-involved she didn't even realize she was wrongfully arrested and imprisoned. Now that takes an over-developed ego!

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Monday, August 20, 2007

Millie's Terrible Taste In Men 

Clicker is pretty much just an ass. Hell, even Chili doesn't seem to want him. Way to pick 'em, Millie!

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Friday, August 17, 2007

There's Your Market Penetration For You 

When I was at my Friendly Neighborhood Conglomo-Chain Bookstore today, looking for a particular series-ending DVD (though I also found this fantastic little book), I spotted this:

Manga-themed romance novels. I'd be surprised if I'm the first person to catch this, but it caught me by surprise, anyway.

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Needlessly Needling You 

Two stills from upcoming movies that I found interesting:

Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter in Sweeney Todd, directed by Tim Burton, based on the musical by Stephen Sondheim. Burton has cast two actors not generally regarded as accomplished singers for the lead roles in a rather difficult musical. And the production design seems, so far, to be more evocative of a fire sale at Hot Topic than a grand guignol. And any criticism of the film will be shouted down by the Cult of Burton.

Christian Bale and Heath Ledger as Batman and the Joker in The Dark Knight, directed by Christopher Nolan, based on the DC comic. Nolan has cast two exceptionally talented actors who, to be honest, could probably do a lot better than a super-hero action movie. The production design is faithful to the feel of the source material, without blindly replicating it. And super-hero fans will do nothing but complain (but go see it anyway).



Thursday, August 16, 2007

Dear Wizards of the Coast, 

I see you've announced plans for another edition of Dungeons and Dragons, this time including fee-based on-line play elements and an even more significant emphasis on miniature use.
If I wanted to play a fantasy based tabletop miniatures game, I'd play Warhammer.
If I want to play a fantasy based MMO, I've already got a World of Warcraft account.
You used to have a pretty good fantasy role-playing game on your hands...I wouldn't mind you bringing that back.



How Times Change 

Workplace violence...your surefire method of impressing women and your boss!



Wednesday, August 15, 2007

What I'm Not Buying This Week 

Based on Diamond's shipping list.

SERENITY PVC SET: I always catch this sad whiff of desperation off of Serenity/Firefly merchandise, as if people are hoping that, if they keep putting things out, someday it will have more than a small cult following.

BOOSTER GOLD VAR ED #1: Does this book really need a variant cover?

GRIFTER MIDNIGHTER #6 (OF 6): Do we need to revisit why this series stayed off my buy list?

RIPCLAW PILOT SEASON #1: This "Pilot Season" thing might have been a good way to test out material without committing to an ongoing...too bad it's being done with Top Cow properties.

DP 7 CLASSIC VOL 1 TP: Once again, Marvel fails the "Perceived Value" test (see also Planet Hulk and Annihilation hard-covers). I'm not willing to pay $25 for material I can get out of dollar boxes. Now, an Essential edition, that I would buy.

SUPER VILLAIN TEAM UP MODOKS 11 #2 (OF 5): I don't get the MODOK-love from bloggers. Even as far as big-headed campy Marvel villains go, he's not that interesting.

THOR 2ND PTG COIPEL VAR #1: This isn't solely something Marvel does, but I get the impression that the "second printings" have become less about meeting unexpected demand and more about creating the impression of success. Especially from a "print to order" publisher.

AVENGERS CLASSIC #1 ART ADAMS CVR CGC 9.8 ED: This would be Wizard selling a pre-slabbed reprint comic. This would be one of the reasons why I think the comics industry would be better off without Wizard.

BABY SITTERS CLUB VOL 3 MARY ANNE SAVES THE DAY SC: More power to them, I hope these find their intended audience, but lord, I have no desire to read this.

BATTLE VIXENS VOL 12 GN (OF 12) (MR): The long-awaited conclusion to the gripping Battle Vixens saga. I'll leave it to your imagination to work out what the fans are gripping.

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA CYLON SILVER FOIL CVR #12: I can't decide which phrase is more of a disincentive, "silver foil" or "Battlestar Galactica."

DRACULA VS KING ARTHUR LTD ED HC (RES): Did this really warrant a hard-cover?

GI JOE STORM SHADOW #3: In-joke alert--No, young man, there are no good ninja comics.

INU YASHA ANI MANGA VOL 22 GN: I'm amazed these are still coming out, frankly. I lost interest in the regular series long ago. The Macguffin was just getting to the point of self-parody.

KODT BUNDLE OF TROUBLE VOL 20 TP: I used to buy these, as for a gaming comic the writing tends to be pretty spot-on. Which was the problem, in fact. It was too spot-on, and the book was just becoming depressing to read.

PORKY #2 (A): Mike never got in Porky #1 for me...

SCARFACE DEVIL IN DISGUISE #2 (MR): In Southern California, at least, the Scarface film seems to be particularly popular with Hispanic pre-teens. I never thought the original film was very good, and the "continuing adventures of" approach the book was promised to take seems to miss the point of the film.

ZOMBIE HIGHWAY DIRECTIONLESS (MR): I never need to see another zombie comic as long as I live.

GREYS ANATOMY MAGAZINE #4: I understand from Mike that these TV show tie-in mags don't sell new, but sell as back-issues. Which is a phenomenon I've never understood.

TMNT 2007 MOVIE DVD: Only a week and a day after every other store in the country got this in. Which is why I never buy DVDs through Diamond.



Tuesday, August 14, 2007

I'm No Good At These 

Gay lions are one of the lesser known hazards of lawn care. The best way to deal with them is to arrange your flower-beds into ugly, contrastic colors and make your yard unfashionable.

Places where poorly constructed puppets hang out are dangerous. Those puppets will cut you just as soon as look at you.

Even Salvador Dali's lazier works can command high prices at auction.

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Monday, August 13, 2007

Mille and the Gay Model 

No time for jokes, just pointing out the painfully obvious...

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Sunday, August 12, 2007

Breaking My Brain 

I thought it would be appropriate to do some "needlessly cynical reactions" to Wizard World Chicago announcements, but honestly, statements like this, in relation to the Millar/Hitch run on Fantastic Four:
"And oh yeah, and they plan on it being monthly!"

And this quote from Roy Thomas about Marvel's adaptation of The Portrait of Dorian Gray:
"As to homoeroticism, I've hardly made a study of it, but it plays a part--often subliminal or disguised--in many a work of literature, probably going as far back at the Mesopotamian Gilgamesh epic (Gilgamesh and Enkidu, by some analyses) and of course Achilles and Patroclus in The Iliad."

Pretty much make any attempts at satire redundant.



Friday, August 10, 2007

You Knew It Was Coming 

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Thursday, August 09, 2007

Quick Reviews 

Metal Men #1, by Duncan Rouleau, published by DC Comics

I'm not a particular Metal Men fan; the concept is handled poorly slightly more often than it's handled well, but Rouleau handles the concept well. With this book he plays with DC comics history and creates a new/old continuity approach to one of the admittedly sillier concepts to have been produced in super-hero comics. But rather than try to force the characters and concepts into a "serious" mode, Rouleau runs with it and just lets the book be silly and fun while keeping it within an action-adventure mode. His stylized yet cartoonish art helps with that method of storytelling immensely.

Black Adam #1, by Peter Tomasi and Doug Mahnke, published by DC Comics

I'm not usually one to fault the books that exist only to fill in "continuity gaps" and make sure that fans of a super-hero universe have all their questions answered. It's at times a necessary evil when you publish a large and linked-together set of titles. But unless it's a subject or character I really want to know about, I usually can't be bothered to get too worked up positively or negatively about those types of books. This book exists only to explain what happened to Black Adam between the end of 52 and the start of Countdown. Heck, the cover pretty much announces that. And it's not as if it's a bad book, though those who object to grim and serious uses of characters originally intended for children's stories will definitely want to avoid this book. But it is, at best, only a thoroughly competent book. It does what it is meant to do with a minimum of fuss.

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Diana Was The Most Reasonable One 

Hal being smug...Bruce being a jerk to Hal and Ollie...Ollie being an ass...their behavior is meant to be a "clue" but they all seem to be perfectly in character to me.

Arthur acting superior...Ray's man-crush on Katar...yep, in character.

That's Our Ollie!

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Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Oh, So It's a Women's Lib Thing... 

Some guys never do learn when to shut the hell up...

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Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Happy National Underwear Day 

It's time once again for everyone's favorite holiday!. And, to celebrate, here's some men in their underwear:



A Point We Keep Coming Back To was offline for most of the weekend after being targeted by denial of service attacks and homophobic postings on their message boards. To the credit of the video-gaming community, most people recognize this as a bias-motivated attack.

There were, of course, other reactions. You can see some of them on display in this thread at Kotaku. For those without the patience to read through, and I don't blame you for not having it, a certain segment of the on-line video gaming community responded to the attack with some variation of "they had it coming." Not because it's a gay site and gays are icky, mind you. But because by specifically setting up the site as being primarily for gay and lesbian gamers, they're setting themselves up for these kinds of attacks. Because they're setting themselves apart. Because they think they're better than you. Because they have to be special. Because it's only about sex. Because they want special rights. Because they want their issues catered to. Because there's no "need" for a gay video game site, because sexuality has nothing to do with video games, and it's not as if all the other video game sites are for straight people.

I don't have to say it, do I?
The very fact that the site was attacked in a homophobic manner points out the need for a gay video game site. That people are so used to the heteronormativity of video games that they can't see that, yes, video game sites assume their readership is heterosexual, points to the need for a gay video game site. That the default insult for the teen/post-teen male audience that most video game sites cater to is "gay" or "fag" points to the need for a gay video game site.

Which, in a roundabout way, brings me to comics. Whenever the topic comes up of gay issues in comics, or women's issues in comics, or race issues in comics, the response, very quickly degenerates into that same kind of "why do you think you're special, why do you need to be catered to, there's nothing about comics or the comics industry that's hostile to women, people of color, or gays." There is a certain degree of overlap in the comics community and the video game community; they're both primarily geek-centric activities, after all. And although I've noted before the basic conservative inclinations of nerd-dom at large (coupled with an oddly knee-jerk, unexamined libertarianism), I don't think that's whats really at issue here. Because I don't see this willful cluelessness as something confined to geek-culture, but instead it's something I see in the culture at large. It's a deliberate unwillingness to understand the issues and concerns of minority groups that quickly turns into open hostility towards the very idea of people that are different from the majority wanting to have either their voices heard in the mainstream or to have their own spaces. But I see this unwillingness and hostility especially prominent in geek circles. My initial reaction is that the geeks who feel so threatened already feel so ostracized and out of touch from the mainstream that any thing that threatens to unseat them from their self-imposed status of persecuted martyr must be shouted down. In other words, it's the usual fan entitlement rants as applied to identity politics, only in their world nerds are more disenfranchised than any other group in history.

Or, you know, they're just petty, small-minded jerks. In which case this picture of John Tristram should cause their heads to explode:

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Monday, August 06, 2007

Fun Fact 

Getting linked to by BoingBoing gets you hate mail from conservatives.
I mean, honestly, this was the saddest attempt to put me in my place I've ever seen. It was so inept I can't even work myself into a state of mild annoyance.
Finding the attempt utterly fucking hilarious, though? Yeah, that's easy.



County Fair Time 

I'm exhausted and I'm sunburnt and I never want to see an under-12 with Scarface souvenirs ever again.

Click on the fully legal and licensed, I'm sure, Hulk balloons to see an exhaustive Flickr set of my day. Bear in mind, some stuff is there because I thought it was neat, some stuff was there because it amused me, and some stuff is there because I thought it was really, really sad. I'll leave you to guess which is which.

Gayprof, I took this picture with you in mind. Also this one.
Laura, you may be interested in this Wizard of Oz collection.
Chris, there's a big black cock in there for you.

Lastly, here's Pete and my cousins on the most insane ride they had there. Well, thirty seconds of that. Because that's how long my damn batteries lasted.
There were water jets involved at one point, seriously.



Friday, August 03, 2007

Reality Update 

Right now, the skies in Southern California look like a Crisis on Infinite Earths cross-over. I fully expect to see Pariah show up to lament the inch-thick layer of ash on my car.



How They Were Trapped! 



Thursday, August 02, 2007

Mystery of the Black Cat 

Our story opens with the young movers and shakers of Washington D.C. sitting around in a living room and telling ghost stories. And not in the midst of a drug and drink fueled orgy, as I gather real-life young movers and shakers of Washington D.C. get up nowadays.

Just then! A mysterious noise is heard outside...

And so they immediately leap to the conclusion that a common housecat was able to kill a grown man...maybe I was too quick to dimiss the "drug and drink" theory...

He's not looking at her eyes...
I feel this would also be an opportune moment to point out that Phantom Lady' nothing spectacular, and is actually quite modest, given the number of people who think the only thing the character has going for her is cleavage.

And...that's an unfortunately drawn close-up.

Sandra's friends aren't very perceptive. Please note this, it will be important later.

After changing into her Phantom Lady costume, we get the least dramatic dramatic reveal ever:

Followed by an awkwardly drawn chase scene:

Which brings us to...something we can't see because the artist went crazy spotting blacks.

"They only place they could possibly have through that door the artist didn't bother to draw but we're about to walk through!"

"I has a burly ruffian!"

"I has a Phantom not so great, actually."

Oh, yes...that makes perfect sense...

So...the Knight family has Fifth Columnists and cats in their basement, and they were none the wiser all this time...Well, my faith in politics is restored...

I think only Alfred has a more sinister wink...
So, let's review something...Phantom Lady wears no mask. She just had an adventure that took place in the home of Sandra Knight, with Sandra Knight's friends and Sandra Knight's fiancee...Yeah, I guess her outfit really does work to distract people...Either that or her friends are idiots.



Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Wholesome Music 

While you all mull over whether you want to see Phantom Lady or my non-pull list, here's some wholesome, family friendly Archies songs.

On an unrelated note, if any of you found yourself frustrated by the lack of resolution to the blatant homoeroticism of Hot Fuzz, be sure to check out the bonus materials on the new DVD..

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