Say what you want about Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, but Anakin and Obi-Wan knew where to party. Remember when they went into that Coruscant bar and hung out with Blade, ED-209, The Terminator, Pinhead, and all those other classic movie characters?
My sore 36Cs are trying to bust out of my bra; my nose has become bionic, smelling toast burn from two blocks away. I am nauseated but starving for oranges. I re-read the section on pregnancy from Our Bodies, Ourselves over and over again, and finally buy a pregnancy test, which confirms that yes, there is a tiny speck of a person growing inside me.
Oh my god. What happens when you shift the theme music for The X-Files from its natural minor key into a major one? Well, you get what sounds like the opening theme to an adorable Japanese RPG videogame from the Super Nintendo era. Muted Vocal recorded it and four other classic horror movie themes in the same fashion, and they are just delightful. Definitely give it a listen!
Quick, tell me what the Justice League is about. What’s that you’re mumbling, something about saving people or fighting evil? Sure, but beyond that, most team comics don’t have a very strong overall theme. That’s not true of the Thunderbolts, Marvel’s pre-eminent team of supervillains pretending to be superheroes
At the end of June, a Michigan judge held three children aged 9, 10, and 15 in civil contempt for refusing to see their father and sent them to a juvenile justice facility for an unspecified length of time. The children’s parents have been involved in contentious divorce proceedings for five years; in a lengthy tirade, the judge called them “brainwashed” and likened them to “Charlie Manson and the cult that he has.”