|Charles - 2009-09-27 |
Autism is a sad fact.
It seems that the internet has decided that actual creativity does not exist, and everything is either the product of autism or drugs.
|FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown - 2009-09-27 |
The fact that he's kind of describing an anti-Moore approach to superheros is only accentuated by the inevitable hair comparison.
|Rovin - 2009-09-27 |
His New X-Men run, except for its very underwhelming final maybe/maybe not future storyline Here Comes Tomorrow, was really wonderfully inventive. Weapon X became Weapon Ten, spandex was replaced with Kevlar and day-to-day clothes (except Emma Frost, naturally), and Magneto became a drug-addled, deranged stormtrooper of genetic destruction. It wasn't perfect, but it was fun, and it took the old boring cliched soap opera bullshit and found new ways to flip it on its head and, for a brief couple of years, make the X-Men interesting again.
|eatenmyeyes - 2009-09-27 |
|Squidmojo - 2009-09-27 |
I want to make long sweet love to his brain.
|BHWW - 2009-09-28 |
Shine on, bald comics writing man, in your neat suit.
|BaconAficionado - 2009-09-28 |
I thought this was about Morrissey.
|Xenocide - 2009-09-28 |
He once did a Justice League story where our heroes are trapped in the most horrible universe imaginable: ours. They lament how dull and hopeless people's lives seem without heroes to look up to, while trying to figure out a way to get the fuck out of there.
Meanwhile, their Earth is being destroyed by rampaging terrorist gorillas, who are psychic.
|Cherry Pop Culture - 2011-11-12 |
THAT'S what Grant Morrison looks like?! I imagined a tall dude with long black hair and trimmed beard that wore acid-wash denim jeans and a brown latte colored member's only jacket
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