Did They Not Notice The Winged Horse?

Okay, maybe it’s just me, but when out out for a fine evening’s thugging with my fellows, I don’t think I’d mouth off to the sword wielding armored woman who just jumped off a fucking flying horse. I don’t know which is better: Valkyrie’s reaction to being called a “dumb chick” or the comment about Nikes and Pumas. Classic stuff.





Already Better Than Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice…


…and all they’re doing is standing there in all their awesomeness.

I’m especially happy to see Blue Falcon. For some reason, he doesn’t seem to be part of the nostalgic rebirth of classic Hanna Barbera superheroes like Birdman, the Herculoids or Space Ghost there. Heck even the Impossibles (who are awesome, btw) have been rebooted. Why no love for BF?

At least this finally happened:

If you’re a Blue Falcon fan, this is a must read. Be warned, though: it is surprisingly, shockingly dark. Lotta death. Loooootta death.

But still, if you’re listening, DC, more Blue Falcon!

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How Does Luke Cage Feel?

Okay, I have to ask.

This is Luke Cage and Claire Temple having sexy times from Season 2 of Marvel’s Luke Cage on Netflix.


Luke weighs somewhere north of 400 pounds.  How are they doing this without Luke crushing Claire to death?

And how does Luke get any pleasure from this? How does a man with steel-hard skin that stops bullets have the sensitivity to … well, you know…finish?

I’ve found myself wondering what Luke can and can’t feel through that impenetrable skin of his. There’s no consistency for this throughout the series. How does he not feel a crow bar bouncing off his head, but does feel the light touch of the ridiculously gorgeous Rosario Dawson? If he can’t feel the bad stuff, how does he feel the good stuff? Maybe Netflix should explore how his lack of tactile sensation isolates him from humanity, making him forever alone.