Terry O’Quinn (Anybody from LOST but mainly Terry O’Quinn)
I’d go for Stan Lee but O’Quinn would be just as awesome.
He’s a good choice as well. I follow him on Twitter and he seems slightly crazy, he’s brilliant.
Haha, yes he is crazy on there. He’ll for days without posting but then suddenly my screen is filled with his tweets. But the man is a genius.
My 100th post is coming up soon on Tumblr!
I feel I should make it something special, to commemorate it. Something no one will ever forget and something that will stay with me forever!
What’s that? This IS my 100th post?
Written by: Brian Michael Bendis
Art by: Mark Bagley
Publisher: Marvel Comics
This is a clear and very clever way of introducing Spider-Man to the new reader. Seeming as this was to introduce Spider-Man to the 21st century, it does a great job at it. Mark Bagley is awesome. Highlights include Spidey beating down on Crusher Hogan, the first appearance of Spidey in the regular suit with the webs and spider icon. His rendition of Mary Jane is stunningly attractive too. The book always looks incredible due to Bagley’s rendition of this new universe.
Reblogging for the facepalm image.
No idea on if the mini is any good or not lol.
Neither do I, I just don’t want the mini to be printed, nor do I see the point of it. I think that if you’re going to tell an origin story, you tell it on the villain’s first appearance (Like Doc-Ock) or at a time when he has a reason for being in Spider-Man’s life in a high point of crisis (Like Green Goblin). Not in their own separate mini-series in an attempt to cash in on Dark Reign.