Tags: Image Comics, Walking Dead This entry was posted on Friday, March 2nd, 2012 at 12:10 am by Brandon Hanvey and is filed under Comic.
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The 90’s X-Men cartoon must have made Josh weep.
Good lord, that cartoon was so bad. It wasn’t just the character/story deviations – as mentioned in the blog post, plot (and even some character) deviation is forgivable if it’s done well (see also: every good Marvel movie) – it was bad storytelling and crappy animation. I’d have sooner watched a series made from that one-shot where Wolverine was given an Australian accent.
But on to happier things. Remender’s Venom has been a fucking blast post-Spider Island. The current “Venom goes to Hell and has a team-up in the process” storyline is the kind of adventure+pathos+fun that I started reading comics for in the first place.
Wait, Josh’s family had a flatscreen TV in the 90s? They were either a superhero family or members of the 1%. Either way: jealous.
Also, his remote control seems to be invisible.
>>Wait, Josh’s family had a flatscreen TV in the 90s?
Heh. Guess I’m too used to drawing flat-panels. Guess I could re-draw it as a CRT.
@Brandon: redraw? Nah, anachronisms add character. It doesn’t hurt the people who don’t notice them, and they provide an extra chuckle for those that do.
No Prize answers: Either Josh is just recreating his teen revelation for Marissa right now, or the alcohol binge from Ghost Rider has damaged his memory and his flashback has booze-induced anachronisms in it.
Never did liked the 90’s Spider-Man cartoon too much recycled scenes from previous ep. I thought Spectacular handled the symbiote stories much better.
…I liked the cartoon :<
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