Colleen Wing gives no fucks.
Colleen Wing gives no fucks.
On My Pull List This Week:
MOON KNIGHT #6
Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS
Pencils & Cover by ALEX MALEEV
Moon Knight gets one step closer to the kingpin of Los Angeles and uses Ultron as bait. But in doing so he may have unleashed a hell the West Coast cannot survive. Another blistering chapter from the Eisner award-winning team that brought you DAREDEVIL and HALO! 32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99
New Avengers #62
The gang’s all here.
If it were legal for a human woman to marry a comics character, I would pledge my eternal devotion to 70’s Luke Cage. Tiara, yellow silk shirt, belt made of chains and all.
When Dani grows up she should wear Luke’s tiara. What? She could make it work.
Born and raised in Harlem, Carl Lucas spent his youth in a gang called the Bloods. With his friend Willis Stryker, he fought the rival gang the Diablos and committed petty thefts, often on behalf of deformed crimelord Sonny Caputo, a.k.a. Hammer. In and out of juvenile homes throughout his teens, Lucas dreamed of becoming a major New York racketeer until he finally realized how his actions were hurting his family; he sought to better himself as an adult, finding legitimate employment. Meanwhile, Stryker rose through the ranks of crime, but the two men remained friends. Lucas was arrested and sent to prison; contact with his family was sparse due to the resentment of his brother James, Jr., who intercepted Lucas’s letters to their father James and eventually led each to believe the other was dead.
In prison, Lucas was consumed by rage over Stryker’s betrayal and his father’s supposed death, engaging in frequent brawls and escape attempts. Eventually transferred to Seagate Prison off the coast of Georgia, he became the favorite target of sadistic guard Albert “Billy Bob” Rackham, whose brutality ultimately led to a demotion that he blamed on Lucas. Later, research scientist Dr. Noah Burstein recruited Lucas as a volunteer for experimental cell regeneration based on a variant of the Super-Soldier process he had previously used to empower Warhawk. Burstein immersed Lucas in an electrical field conducted by an organic chemical compound; when he left Lucas unattended, Rackham misused the experiment’s controls, hoping to maim or kill Lucas. Lucas’s treatment was accelerated past its intent, inducing body-wide enhancement that gave him superhuman strength and durability. He used his new power to escape Seagate and made his way back to New York, where a chance encounter with criminals inspired him to use his new powers for profit.
(text from Marvel Wiki)
Thunderbolts #1 was fucking G DOUBLE O D GOOD!
“Pym: ‘Yeah, you know, I could work out something with my whole Unlimited Dimension doohickey, but I want you to use Man-Thing, even though he can horribly sear your flesh from your bones because if you don’t, they’ll put him down and I’ll be sad. ;_;’
Dammit Pym, any time you’re sympathetic about something, that something turns around and burns its face into the countryside or tries to take over the universe.” - Anonymous
our boy really does live on a different planet, doesn’t he.
Shadowland: Heroes de alquiler & Elektra