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DW on this cover:

I love how wrong everything about it is.

"Widower James Sunderland goes to Silent Hill to search for his dead wife, only to discover that bullet-fueled vengeance is his favorite stage of grief."

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Dan on the proposed Teen Titans TV show:

The real question, though, is will it be in continu-

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Dan on buying Golden Age comics:

And there's also the part of my brain that says "Dipshit, you just spent actual cash money on magazines because they were older than your mom."

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Gareth on Ian's Flickchart dilemma:

Inception - 10/10

This is Spinal Tap - 11/10

This is Spinal Tap.

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Dan on the Captain America 3 villain:

Speedball!

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Preston Hemlock Grove:

Nothing is better than Hemlock Grove.

Literally, the lack of physical exsistence would be better than Hemlock Grove.

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Peter on Pandy's reverence:

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S-T on serial killers making your life better:

Maybe the people who survived the Halloween movies will form a support group about how he made their lives better by trying to kill them.

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Jack Fetch on gym culture. And Superman's new costume:

Superman just looks like half the guys at my gym.

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Dan on the hat he'll stick his press pass in upon attending Boston TARDIS:

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Des on the Bechdel Test:

Almost all lesbian porn passes the Bechdel Test...or so I'm told.

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Tom on the life and death of the European Championship:

I feel like we're reading someone their obituary on the day they're born.

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Teenalphabro on the Phantom Menace / Final Frontier debate::

I'd call you all nerds, but I know what website I'm on.

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Tom on Ian's ageist Bigger on the Inside jokes:

That feels a little like making faces through the window of a retirement home. 

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Pandy on The Doctor becoming more like John Matrix:

Best scene in the episode was Bennett calmly chewing the Doctor out... 

...before the Doctor kicked him into the TARDIS console,  impaling him through the chest, and quipping: "Bennett, your time has run out!" 

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Tom on sound effects as clues in TV murder-mysteries:

Sound have been a vital clue that it was the foley guy all along.

 

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Des on the proposed Robin War / "I am Robin" drinking game:

A  better use for your time would just be watching Spartacus, instead.

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Chris on Doctor Who leaving Netflix in February:

Would you say it's...vwoop, vwoop, vwooping away?

 

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Me (nominated by Des and seconded by Chris) on what a Sard Borken black metal album would look like:

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Tom on Ian's withholding of the Spectre episode of For Your Ears Only:

And we now go live to Ian Wilson for an update on the release of the Spectre episode-

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"Do not my friends become addicted to podcasts! They will take hold of you, and you will regret their absence."

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Will on a potential relationship between Luke Skywalker and Benicio del Toro's forthcoming character in Star Wars VIII: 

Ehh. Mary Matalin and James Carville have been married for 20 years with being at two extreme ends of the political syndrome. Luke, reclusive kook/champion of the Light Side, and Benicio, potentially a villain with a heart as black as coal, could still spend weekends buying artisanal blue milk cheese at the spacer's market and spending evenings Holonet and Chilling.

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Dan on the so-called Superman curse:

He was very open and very up front about never, under any circumstances, wanting to wear the suit. He gave a lot of bullshit reasons about it being cursed or whatever (everyone else who'd ever worn it either died tragically or turned into Dean Cain) but he didn't want to be seen in it.

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Cole on his face / heel status:

You know, I'd give a definitive answer, but I'd rather just give you both finger guns. 

So. 

*finger guns*

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 Tom on my reaction to the Thor: Ragnarok trailer, also on my age:

HOLY FUCKING SHIT!!!!!!

When Hela appeared in full garb, I nearly shit my pants with glee!

I'm sure this at least partially belongs in the 'I feel old' thread.

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Des on why he arranged comics chronologically in his youth:

Arthur was a cool guy and bought Little Caesars for lunch and basically had me put the Superman family comics in order of their continuity numbering (remember that?) as opposed to title and issue.

Triangle numbers!

I KNEW you would know! Hahaha!

Superman was basically a weekly book back then, with SupermanAdventuresMan of Steel and Action coming out one per week (with Man of Tomorrow for any month with five Wednesdays in it), and without those triangle numbers following the story was fucking chaos.

Yeah, I had to organize three months of new releases into that order and then I was like "phew! That's done!" Then Arthur was like "ok, now work on the back issues." Hahaha! I think I numbered only about a year and half at that point (as it was 1992) but man, it felt like a Herculean Labor.

To be fair, X number of copies of a year and a half's worth of comics (75 issues, give or take?) would have been a fair amount of work for a 12 year old kid being paid in crappy pizza.

Well, there WAS Crazy Bread.

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