Did you know that Ben is a school teacher? Ask him where milk comes from. That's a good one.
Wanna know what a Kentucky Bengal is? Can one really get lucky in Kentucky? Ask Mike.
Wanna know how to find a man on Craigslist? Ask Carey.
Again, ask us anything, we are men of experience.
Well, don't forget to leave your questions for yesterday's Getting To Know... Us: The Questions. It's a wonderful opportunity to ask us the questions your parents never wanted you to know the answers to.
THE COMICS GODS HATE ME...
"Fan service," thy name is Robin #174.
There's a guy fighting a bear in it...
...and Asian villages smashed under giant monster feet. It's like they know my heart.
Damn you, Bruce Jones. You may have won this battle, you WILL NOT win this war.
THE COMICS GODS LOVE ME...
Finally finished reading Jason Aaron's Wolverine run (62-65) and damned if that wasn't the Wolverine I've been missing for over a decade. Total bad-ass through and through. A stone cold killer past, present and future. Throw in butt-naked shenanigans from Mystique and you pry $11.96 out of my pockets every time.
13's usually considered an "unlucky" number. Not with The Brave and The Bold #13, with one "Yes, sir" and a smile from an old hand, I was reminded of how awesome of a place the DC Universe can be.
"Why don't we call it "The Star Chamber."
Dear DC Comics,
Re: Justice League of America #21
Please, stay out of Justice League of America writer Dwayne McDuffie's way. When he comes up with an idea for a Legion of Doom story arc, don't undercut him again by making him tell the story in two issues just so you can do something wacky like Salvation Run. Call me "wacky" but I think your greatest heroes deserve to take on your greatest villains in an appropriate title such as... Justice League of America. This issue's what his run shoul've been from the get-go.
When this man gets to tell stories without someone else's backstory getting in the way, you have gold on your hands. When McDuffie has Superman, Batman (Who is hilarious in this issue, by the way) & Wonder Woman sit down in "The Lounge" and just talk, it's infinitely more exciting than any two issues produced of them fighting The Suicide Squad. The other side effect of this issue? It actually makes me excited for Trinity and Final Crisis and future JLofA issues.
Justice League of America #21 had something that's been missing for a while now. It felt special. It was excellent. Let's keep it so.