The name is Lamech and I draw the webcomic, Hurlyburly, write the odd hard boiled story or two and make wisecracks. Behold the geekery.
Today passed away one of my favorite actors, James Garner. While everyone else gushed over Steve McQueen in The Great Escape, I was a Garner fangirl. Hendley was way cooler than Hilt.
And you look at this pic and tell that he wouldn’t have made the perfect Superman/Clark Kent. That right there is the square jaw of a superhero.
Batman/Superman #14 By Paulo Siqueira
A comic about… artistic limitations.
Every time I have to draw a cityscape my brain goes, “Awwww, man, you’re going to use math? But we’re drawing in order to avoid doing math…”
Franklin: What sort of bird shall we choose as the symbol of our new America?
Adams: The eagle. :|
Jefferson: The dove. :)
Franklin: The turkey. :D
Adams: The eagle. >:|
Jefferson: The dove. >_>
Adams: THE-EA-GLE. >8(
Jefferson: …The eagle. -.-
Franklin: The turkey~ |D
We have had a doozy of a day.
I think everyone in the fandom is dying a little bit because of the season finale but I finally feel the ship.
Nosferatu in 4 Minutes (with sound)
Youtuber extraordinaire, Mario Wienerroither, took the classic vampire movie, shaved it down to four minutes and then added sound effects. The result? Hilarious. (Yes, it is supposed to be funny.) There is something hysterical about a vampire shuffling through grass. I can’t put my finger on it but I about cried laughing while watching this.
Written by Mark Waid
Art by Chris Samnee
Colored by Javier Rodriguez
Lettered by Joe Caramagna
Daredevil is currently the only comic I rush out and get the moment it hits the shelves. Everything else I wait until it’s collected in trade back. There’s something about Waid’s writing coupled with Samnee’s art that just has me hooked in for the long haul. I worship at the altar of Samnee.
Out of a movie where every character was quotable, I think Super Vegan Todd was my favorite. If only for the little hand swish with “She dusts.”
the tables are turning
villains with tragic backstories