Oh Gees! Its Bees!
Just call me Bees.
I like to play Games! :D
looked it up after playing that section, there is purposefully no right answer.
I’m going to get around to that eventually. my character is evolving into a “I AM THE LAW!” sort. she just got fed up with all the violence and necromancy and decided to do something about it.
haven’t tried Korean, but Thai is delicious. so far I just know how to make Pad Thai with the store bought sauce.
cooking for a family of 8, with 6-8 people around for any given meal cuts down on the desire to cook from scratch entirely. :)
some use them for good, others for evil.
who will win in the world of…
already read Hush after DKG talked about it in Plight a few episodes (fractional episodes?) back.
I’m working through the list i posted which works it’s way up to the Morrison run, so I’ll get to it for sure. :)
cause that does look alright.
Since Batman is the comic series that my library has the most of, and because Batman is pretty cool, I decided to start reading some more Batman comics.
I found a list here, of where to start, and so far have read Batman: Year One, and The Long Halloween.
They were both really good, but what stood out to me the most was just how exact the Batman: Year One film was to the comic. I had seen the movie previously, and my respect for it just went up a bunch, cause I now understand the directing choices they made.
Dr. Horrible is great. hope you get over your sickness soon!
well, it only has 21 reviews tallied so far, so I’m pretty sure it’ll shift some.
renewable energy: solved?
no replies =/= ignored.
I lurk a lot more than I post.
if you watch Argo he’s a good actor.
So do all the powerless people like Green Arrow and Batman fall into the same group? cause that would knock out a lot.
I liked flying through New York, and beating up cars while humming the Superman march for the delicious double irony of smashing innocent peoples’ cars, and being a marvel character.
Happy Birthday Archaotic!
My Story, as told in the illustrious format of bullet points:
-Friends in high school liked anime. some of them liked it too much, and hated any show not Japanese on principle, and that made me not want to try it.
-College, went to nerd school to study engineering. there were nerds there. anime was watched, eventually I saw some by proxy.
-It was the back half of Spirited Away and the whole of Princess Mononoke that I remember seeing first.
-Then I started watching .hack//sign, Soul Eater, and Avatar: The Last Airbender with different groups of friends. Avatar wasn’t actually anime because it was American, but watching it concurrently with anime helped me get over previous negative attitudes.
-Now, I like watching things regardless of where it is from, so long as I enjoy watching it and think it is worthwhile. yay.
sitting here just watching the two gifs get more and more desynced is way more entertaining than it ought to be.
I can understand that, it wasn’t particularly strong as a film, and it was kinda odd having all the heroes lacking the character development I’d seen watching the DCAU Justice League. superman in particular came off as pretty jerkish, Wonder Woman was back to being an unpolished warrior, and Hal had ego issues, and Cpt. Marvel was a punk kid, which came through even when he was all Shazam’d. I liked Flash, and Cyborg just kinda got a raw deal, but was alright in the end.
so yeah it was definitely different, and they didn’t give much room for character growth, which I was kinda disappointed at. Overall, I went in expecting action and some new takes on the characters, and that’s what I got so I was entertained. but I would rank it on the lower end of the DC animated movies I’ve watched.
that one looks good too!
is MM not in the JL in the New 52?
They handled handled Captain Marvel pretty well. his story and Cyborg’s tied together nicely.
As far as Aquaman goes, my DC knowledge is mostly from DCAU Justice League, so I don’t have much to go on for him, but his character concept doesn’t seem as open to fitting into the JL as much as Cpt. Marvel’s does.
the sweetness levels are living up to the hype so far.
could only watch two episodes today. can’t exceed that recommended daily value by too much. :)
Yeah, it’s now my favorite Wonder Woman look.
also, I’d rather have Captain Marvel than Aquaman. really I want Martian Manhunter in there, but thematically his presence would have just complicated things.
Watched Justice League: War. fairly entertaining. Wonder Woman’s outfit looked a little bit more practical, so that was a plus. And the banter between Batman and Green Lantern was pretty fun.
Spoilers: when Wonder Woman stabs out Darksied’s first eye, it looks like the sword goes in plenty far enough to scramble his brains. but that would have been to easy I guess.
also, watched the first two episodes of One Week Friends.
also, the Korra situation… wat.
I had it running through my head the entire time, no worries man. :)
People were sleeping so I couldn’t hum it though.
they need Quill the Postman.
last night in Skyrim I did a quest that was a stealth mission. so I put on my best ninja outfit, and proceeded to sneak around until I bumped into a guard going around a corner. so I decided, “Screw it, I’ll just run around like a crazy person until they corner me and I die.”
But then they never cornered me, so I lead the entire security division of the place on a comedic chase while I zipped past the chests looting them as I went. Everyone shouting death threats, summoning atronachs, swinging wildly at me as I jumped over their heads.
So, 0/7.5 on the stealth, but top marks in the hilarity department. Mission accomplished. :)
I am still very skeptical about the trackpad controller concept. I won’t write it off, but I shall remain thoroughly skeptical unless I ever try one.