Earlier in the year I made four weapons blogs featuring weapons from the arsenal of one of my comic book characters    . Since I’ve created arsenals for some more characters, I’ve decided to do one final weapons blog. This doesn’t have the same level of detail and description of the previous blogs, but hopefully it’ll be interesting and/or useful to somebody. One arsenal belongs to a supervillain-turned-hero called Specter and the other belongs to a vigilante gang called Samgakdo (Korean for “Three-Sided Sword”) which is actually an off-shoot of Basilisk (a group mentioned in some of my pastas). I don't always depict a character's arsenal, but when I do, I prefer to have an extensive arsenal. Stay awesome, my friends! ;-)
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It seems a little early to talk about this, but then again, if stores are selling Halloween stuff, I guess it's not too early.
Yesterday Mom and I were at a Wal-Mart Supercenter (Stifle yourselves!) and they already had a Halloween section. I like to look over Halloween stuff, so I looked through the section while Mom continued her shopping. They had some neat things, but there was something that confused me. It was a zombie gas mask . I thought this was so strange that I lost the ability to speak properly for a moment. "That- Wha-What- dit... dit... dit, what- what the- dit, I don't- what?" (Of course, those that know me best know that suddenly being unable to talk like a normal person isn't that strange for me. My shyness) Right n…Read more >
Hey, kids, want to read about an ugly part of Batman’s history? No, I don’t mean the movie Batman & Robin; I’m referring to a story from the Golden Age. Last night I was talking with Jay and I thought of this Batman issue in which Batman and Robin battled a gang known as The Ugly Horde (I’m sure many of us will agree that that’s not the first time a conversation with Jay turned ugly and it won’t be the last, but I digress). The issue was Batman volume one issue 3, which is from 1940. I read a reprint of it in a trade paperback and laughed more than once. Here are a couple websites talking about it-  .
The story has Gotham City being terrorized by the ugly horde, which goes around destroying beautiful art (presumably meaning the wo…Read more >
Warning: The following is a satire. Sense of humor advised.
Today I had an idea for a great new character! His name is Ernie Krueger, and he wears a blue sweater and a beat-up old hat. His face is scarred, like he's been burned, but his most distinguishing feature is the long blades on his fingers. The story is he kills teenagers in their dreams while they sleep. This new and original character is going to get me so much praise!
What do you mean I'm just ripping off Freddy Krueger from A Nightmare on Elm Street!?! My character wears a blue sweater! He's completely different! You guys are mean!
Just to make it clear that I'm kidding, ~winks~
P.S.- If someone still thinks I'm being serious and not satirizing these people who claim they ha…Read more >
Just so you know, this is a rant. Others have said similar things, but I wanted to blow off some steam. If the admins want to delete this, then that’s fine. I certainly won’t be a hateful crybaby about it.
One of the songs in the musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat describes the Pharaoh with the line, “Whatever he did, he was showered with praise/When he told a joke, then you chortled for days.” I bring that up because apparently there are people who have been coming on here thinking that everything they do will be praised, no matter how incompetent and lazy a job they do, and then reacting with blogs chock fill of petty, childish, and vicious bile when their work gets deleted for poor quality (probably because their par…Read more >