Holy crap. It's the ultimate doomsday weapon of procrastination.
Many more at the link, some of which are massively stupid and evil.
The result is predictably hilarious and awesome.
SECRET INVASION’s been sort of a bizarro version of CIVIL WAR, a series which I’d enjoyed. Oh, they have the same main character, Iron Man. Iron Man revealing the Skrull corpse launched the series; the Savage Land stretch turned on Iron Man; Iron Man reuniting the Avengers was the climax of the series to date
Click through to read the NSFW foul-mouthed Zdarsky's take on Marvel's most beloved characters. (Hint: it involves a lot of fucking.)
*Big thanks to Jeff Lester for the link*
As you might expect, king of all nerds Randall Munroe wins this easily. Here he is drawing "1999."
Chris Sims nails it here. I couldn't agree more with his list.
I emphatically disagree with this. I mean, realist fiction makes up *no* new words and therefore scores high on this graph, while Frank Herbert's "Dune" makes up a crapton of new words but is awesome.
I know. I know. Someone is *wrong* on the internet.
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