Fantastic Four #334 by Walter Simonson, Rick Buckler & Romeo Tanghal
watch tv, quietly saying “THIS fuckin’ guy” every time anyone comes on screen
this is Kate and I when we watch tv
Sometimes I post comics on Instagram. FOLLOW ME.
The first one is very accurate to Kate & I
(I get a lot of free pizzas)
Me and Jimmy have a fiery relationship, I abuse him verbally and he purposely tries to annoy me. But we love each other anyway.
I used ball point pen with this one! And that scuzzyness is white out. Looking at it now maybe I should have cleaned it up a bit cause it kinda looks like motion lines of jimmy’s paw whipping me, thats not what it’s supposed to be… wellll, I guess it kinda works…
This is very similar to the relationship I have with my own cat
For a while, Atari was including mini-comics with games. Some comics had to do with the specific series, but most were “Atari Force” (1982), a team of multicultural future people who are REALLY into Atari. I can’t help but to love this. I also wonder if they included the Indian with the enlarged red bindi on his forehead because it’s similar to the red button on Atari joysticks. It was the early 80’s, so I’m going to assume yes. Martin Champion, the leader of the group, won three gold metals in the 1996 Olympics. Yeah, not as far into the future as you thought, is it?
This team was redesigned completely for volume 2, when DC turned it into a legitimate comic rack comic.
Time for another round of LOOK HOW AWESOME MY NIECE IS!
My 3 year old niece is insanely nerdy. While most little girls her age want to be a fairy or a princess for Halloween, she wanted to be FIRESTAR from Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends, the cartoon from the 80s.
She ran around all night only answering to Firestar. If anyone needed help with anything, she would save them. She would strike poses and yell FIRESTAR as well as hold out her hand and make SHHHHH noises for her “flame powers”.
We even got a picture of her with a boy dressed as Spider-Man!
This little 3 year old girl can name almost more Marvel super heroes than I can AND their powers. When she plays with my Black Widow toy and yells “OH NO! BLACK WIDOW IS TRAPPED BY THE BAD GUYS!” I grab my Hawkeye toy to come save her. She tells me, “Oh, Black Widow doesn’t NEED help. She saved herself.” The same little girl who told my sister that she shouldn’t be afraid. She should be strong and fight back!
This child is MY hero.
OH NOOOO THE LITTLEST FIRESTAR
Eeeeeee I’m gonna die ;3;
Olivier Coipel and the warrior women of Marvel.