Grant Morrison just disappeared into some mystic otherworld, and what’s worse, he took all his notes for Final Crisis with him. In desperation, DC’s given the job to you. Assume that you’ve got to let Countdown and all its myriad spinoffs run their previously planned courses, but then the plot is yours to run as you see fit — how does YOUR version of Final Crisis go?
I don’t want to give away all the details, but let me just say five words: giant banana cream pie fight.
Coleslaw – delicious or not?
Depends. There are of course two types of coleslaw: the type made with vinegar and the type made with mayonnaise. This latter is also known as “the demon slaw.”
The Bop in the bop sho bop sho bop. Who put it there?
Shep Wooley. Duh.
So I’ve stopped reading DC’s main superhero titles. Is it me or is it them?
Maybe you’re just growing up. I mean, you can’t read Batman forever, can you?
No, wait, of course you can read Batman forever. Batman is awesome and will always be awesome. So it’s them!
El Bastardo Magnifico:
“Remember, remember the fifth of November.” “THIS. IS. SPARTA!” What do you think is the next godawful comic catchphrase that seemingly just won’t die?
“I’m not locked in here with you. You’re locked in here with me.” There is no way Zack Snyder doesn’t put that in the movie, and no way does it not become lolcatted to fucking hell and back.
Have you ever seen Danny Michel live? Have you ever heard of Danny Michel? Would you consider providing floor space for two complete strangers (Americans no less) to sack out upon for a few hours during their epic, cross-North America, quest to pursue that holiest of Grails, the grailest of Holies, Danny Michel, live and in concert? Do you think that it is sane and/or reasonable to consider driving from Seattle to the Tri-Cities for a show?
No, no, answer depends on presence of hot easy chicks, and probably not but so what, respectively.
What are the good comic stores in Toronto? (By good, I mean ones that are well lit and friendly to browsers – and preferably close to U of T.)
Who is the best person to work with in the U of T Law Career Center? I’ve worked out a reciprocity deal with my school.
Are you up for meeting for a coffee sometime?
1.) The Beguiling near Bloor and Bathurst is probably the most critically popular comical book place in Toronto and has the best independent selection. Silver Snail near Queen and Spadina is probably the most well-known and has the best selection of toys. 1,000,000 Comics on Yonge north of College has very good back-issue racks. And the Hairy Tarantula on Yonge might not be the most well-lit, but when they have their quarterly sales you just can’t beat their prices.
2.) I have no idea, because I don’t go to U of T, but rather Osgoode Hall at York (just named #1 law school in Canada by Canadian Lawyer magazine – we got free cupcakes to celebrate, so SUCK ON THAT UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO WHICH REJECTED ME IN LESS THAN A WEEK ahem).
3.) Sure, although now that classes are in session life is more hectic, but email me when you’ve got a moment and we’ll see.