Thursday, 7 May 2020

Comics Wrap-Up - The Stories I Hear Are The Stories I Tell



Comics Wrap-Up


It's Thursday, we could all do with that superhero-y comics-y goodness, let's do this dearest nerdlets!

Everything, once again is in the 'Other Stuff' category, for which we shall blame Loki! (As is traditional.)

(Side-note: after years of changing literally nothing, Blogger (the blogging platform I use,) suddenly decided to change everything to do with its design interface - so if anything looks wonky, please forgive me, I'm still getting the hang of this new set-up!)


Other Stuff


The folks at Screen Rant have made a Batman Forever pitch meeting!

Batman Forever is... while not as notorious as Batman & Robin, it's still pretty notorious as the film where the 1980s/90s Batman started to go downhill.

(And Jim Carrey's Riddler is legend. #IDon'tMakeTheRules #OkayIDo #ButThePointStillStands)


Warning: SPOILERS, flashing images, mild adult humour, violence, references to mental health stigma, suicide/accidental death






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Irena @ Book Dust Magic reviewed a YA contemporary novel, Verona Comics by Jennifer Dugan, set mostly in comic book stores! 

[CW: references to mental health problems and suicidal thoughts]

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Normally I shy away from these 'who could win in a fight' type posts, because they remind me a lot of 10 year olds squabbling in the school playground, but this was actually quite interesting - and Emma Frost rocks!






Are you an Emma Frost fan?
Have you seen Batman Forever? What did you think? Did you like the 'pitch meeting'?
Talk to me!







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'The stories I hear are the stories I tell' is from ATTENTION ATTENTION by Shinedown










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