Monday, September 01, 2008

Episode 96 - "Your right leg was utterly delightful..."

PCX reviews Warrior (Quality UK) #4


Blogger XantesFire said...

Wish Mcfarlane would quit and give it back to Gaiman. He already knows that many times he needs help writing stories, and he is nowhere near as good as Gaiman. So give Miracleman to Gaiman who can make it great again. What did McFarlane want to do with MM? Put him in the Spawn universe? He could have just created another Captain Marvel knockoff or borrowed Mighty Man from Larsen.

Okay, I think Axel Pressbutton might be still interested in women cause he likes eating them out. Another reason is that he doesn't like masturbating all the time and he wants other people to do it for him. He hooks up with women so they can press the button. And he's really kinky cause he must like his button being pressed by people he's fighting, otherwise he should have gotten a covering for his button and not used an alias that basically says,"Press my button!"

Something I found while looking up Pressbutton, The Bride of Axel Pressbutton.

September 02, 2008 12:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yay, honorary human! I don't actually know what I am, not even the BPRD could figure it out while they had me locked away for a few days.

I did watch V for Vendetta and I thought it was okay in it's own right. It got me interested in reading Alan Moore's work and of course the graphic novel is so much better...And actually makes sense.

It's called a room divider or folding screen. Old school stuff.

Now I know Alan Moore was in a band, but can't figure out what he played.

How do you know it's THAT Warren Ellis?

I wonder how some of those comics even got published. Must have been a slow week.

This podcast wasn't so bad, I mean any show with one person is always going to be less entertaining than when you have someone to talk to. Unless it's stand up comedy, but they write and re-write that stuff until it's perfect.
Oh but Alan Moore could talk for hours and I'd listen intently to every word as if he were a god.

Hah, remember when we were talking about polite monsters in Conqueror Worm? That story with the plant sounds creepy.


September 03, 2008 3:44 AM  
Blogger T Mafia said...

re: McFarlane - Image is like all corporations, in that they're all about "Grab it all/Own it all/Drain it all" (ala Destroyer Duck's Godcorp and for that matter, every bitch you know) so I'm not surprised they'd try to get their claws on Marvelman/Miracleman (who ethically should belong to Mick Anglo, anyway.)

Does Moore even play an instrument? Then again, when you can give sing as creepily as he can ("March of the Sinister Ducks"!), why bother?

Oh, that was the real Warren Ellis alright; in fact, Ellis completists take note: it turns out the letter in question was his first published work -

September 08, 2008 1:43 AM  
Blogger XantesFire said...

PCX: The Classics Tour.

Yeah, hated the Judge Dreddmovie. I thought the point of never seeing Dredd's face is the writers wanted him to be faceless face of justice or that it's not important to see his face.

Didn't the government choose the Marvel Men?

Sort of reminds me of another British superhero, Zenith, Whose parents are given powers by the military, have you read that wackiness?

Would you time travel back to tell yourself to stop eating fried chicken, eat more vegetables and drink less coffee?

But the moon is the place our whole species has dreamed about. The want to reach out and touch the big thing in the sky. To go to the moon, the first outpost where you can still see the Earth before you go on to the rest of the universe.

I thought V, because of the experiments was a eunuch.

I prefer to treat animals humanly as possible in case there is ever an uprising.

You just read Finch, maybe Axle wants to feel normal by trying normal stuff.

July 30, 2011 9:52 AM  

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