Open-source superhero. Man of the people. Opium addict. Narcissist. Stock car racer. Free jazz flautist. Hater.
Just words and Flickr photos, currently. But the profile page is also where you can add an image that'll be used as an icon when you post comments. Whoa.
Another odd feature: when other people look at your profile page, they see your choices for sidebar boxes. Nutty.
Can't believe you didn't namecheck Samurai Champloo when mentioning Shinichiro Watanabe's previous work. Bebop was good, but Champloo was bettah. And it's currently on Netflix!
Lester Bangs was ahead of his time with that shit.
In fact, they were played in the 80s after the 3rd George Romero zombie film (Day of the Dead, which was OK) and the cutesy "more brains" Return of the Living Dead. I would argue that NOTHING new has been done with the genre since then, except maybe 28 Days Later, which isn't really a zombie movie at all.
But Dr. Manny is a fucking idiot if he really thinks zombies are intended to distract us from the oncoming socialist world order. They're just tired.
Strong drinks, highly mediocre food. There are worse combinations.
The 1960 film version of John Wyndham's 1957 novel The Midwich Cuckoos (much better title) features a 2-mile-diameter invisible dome that surrounds a village. This dome isn't solid, but if you pass into it, you fall unconscious. The dome is lifted early in the story to reveal that every female inhabitant … but that would be telling.
As far as invisible dome sci-fi goes, I am pretty sure this is the fountainhead.
I even got sad when Ralph smashed Vanellope's kart. But the first thing I thought of was: this is basically a remake of Tron without a human protagonist. and with poop jokes.
so let us now put the rumors to rest