Shall we hop right to the online video? I mean, you just might learn something.
I think most of us are prone to addicted to the internet. It is the reason I nixed my Facebook account and have yet to tweet. The whole thing just draws you in. And the fact that your body rewards talking about yourself? Yikes. But if we were a civilization that was not online, then how would I publish all these articles. 😉
I miss Bill Waterson. He made sense and was hilarious. So when he dipped his toe back into the comic world ever so briefly, it was delightful. And of course, it left me wanting more. Darn you Waterson! Darn you and your one-of-a-kind brilliance!
Okay, as a comic book nerd I know I should be pledging my allegiance to the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer. But it didn’t really click with me. Others seem to love it, but the only thing that pulled with me was Cap and the hammer. I mean, if you consult the comics, as they did eight years ago in this article, you have your answer. C’mon, Superman lifted it!
But no, the Furious 7 trailer as just better. The action was more exciting. Seeing Paul Walker leaping around was great and sad at the same time. I have a problem with a rather spoiler-y death and the over-abundance of the “babes in bikinis” shots, but it was exciting and got my attention. Plus that last line? I think it fit the death of Walker vibe and the feel of the movie at the same time.
Yes, one more joins the ranks. Now you get an audio broacast too. Golden Age of Radio has some great stuff, and everyone should listen to more. If you have yet to hear War of the Worlds by Welles; well then you should remedy that soon. Say, right now?
“The world moves for love. It kneels before it in awe.” –The Village
Happy Monday. Play nice.