"I have a riddle for you".
"For me? Really? Tell me".
"'I see without seeing. To me, darkness is as clear as daylight. What am I?'"
"Oh please. You're as blind as a bat!"
Updated 06-08-2010 at 06:34 PM by Philip Roland
I've been thinking about this for a while now and every time I do, I come to the same conclusion. Event books end up hurting comics more than they boost sales. Is Mark crazy you ask? Probably but not about this. Both companies get affected by this negatively. And here's why.
Blackest Night, a storyline we all know I loved, had fourteen one shots and minis. Fourteen. That doesn't include GL, GLC and the main book. So all in all, Blackest Night took place throughout seventeen
So. I'm going to tell you all about a guilty pleasure of mine.
That's right, I said it, I went there. Like many men out there I saw the Previews of it for weeks before the first episode, and it just didn't click. I've never been a fan of musicals, Sweeney Todd and Wizard of Oz not withstanding, so it wasn't a surprise to anyone that I wouldn't want to see this show. One night, after I'd spent the evening mowing the
Dear Lady G,
I kind of wish you really did have a penis.
Does that sound strange? I mean, Iím not gay (although Iíd probably let Mickey Rourke **** me if he asked nicely enough), but every time I find myself faced with a quandary that I canít overcome alone, my first action is to ask myself: What Would Lady Gaga Do? and time and again the answer comes back to: Thrust
"There's a hair on my soap and it's short and it's curly. A hair on my soap, and I don't think it's mine..." - Stephen Lynch