|Hooper_X - 2009-08-14 |
Their actions are so poorly conveyed.
(Also, why does a 15 year old nerd from Queens sound like Adam West? I am so confused.)
|DerangedGoblin - 2009-08-14 |
At the end, how does that work? He never changes web. He just wiggles away on that one. Is it attached to a blimp?
|Xenocide - 2009-08-14 |
I have the advantage, Spider-Man! I can see you, but you can't see me! All you can do is pinpoint my exact location based on how loud I'm yelling and the way I keep waving this highly visible gun around! My plan is flawless!
|chumbucket - 2009-08-14 |
spidey didn't feel much like fighting today
|Document - 2009-08-14 |
5 stars for Jameson rocking the Hitlerstache.
Also: floating gun. I don't know why I found it so funny, but goddamn. Floating gun.
|ADnova - 2009-08-14 |
5 stars for the midair web bat. They just don't make weapons like that any more.
|infinite zest - 2009-08-14 |
Poll: which is more mindnumbingly nonfuckingsensical: These cartoons from the 60s or the Japanese video games from the early 90s?
Answer: the Dutch dubs of these cartoons from the 60's.
These cartoons - they were at least implicitly overseen by actual Marvel production staffers, whereas with the video games you've got a bunch of Japanese dudes sticking their dicks into the mix, which produces an almost expected degree of "bwuh?"
|Timothy A. Bear - 2009-08-14 |
'Dr. Noah Body' is John Cale.
|Rudy - 2009-08-14 |
So the original Goblin Glider sounded like somebody making fart noises with their mouth?
Good to know.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2009-08-14 |
Actually, the 'invisible' foe is Gunno, the Living Gun. He simply fooled Spiderman with his equally amazing ventriloquism and his ability to rapidly sculpt webbing into a human shape with his mind.
Also, his mind is actually a bullet.
But not a dum-dum one would surmise.
Then what the fuck was going on when Gunno's hammer pulled back?
|Bort - 2009-08-14 |
Their groins go "boooiiing", the way Kirk's ass goes "donk".
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