“Yesterday’s” Comic> Marvel/DC: Unlimited Access #4

Marvel DC Unlimited Access #4

No joke, Captain America Junior is my favorite costume here.

Unlimited Access #4

FINAL ISSUE

Marvel/DC Comics (March, 1998)

“Combined Forces!”
WRITER: Karl Kesel
PENCILER: Pat Olliffe
INKER: Al Williamson
COLORIST: Greg Wright
LETTERER: Jim Novak
CONSULTING EDITOR Mike Carlin
EDITOR: Tom Brevoort
GUIDING SPIRIT: Mark Gruenwald

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Morning Article Link: Why Everyone Wants To Be Noticed By Sempai

Yuisinkan Goju-Ryu

Yuisinkan Goju-Ryu (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I have seen and heard this meme about sempai noticing them that I finally had to know where the thing came from. Since it’s a meme and not a trope, it’s not Trope Shark material. So Know Your Meme (who has sent people to this site thanks to the Hawkeye Initiative articles using a cover scan from one of my reviews) is the source I came up with. Finally, the answer is solved!

“Yesterday’s” Comic> Marvel/DC: Unlimited Access #3

Marvel DC Unlimited Access #3

Even Hal can’t resist Captain America.

Unlimited Access #3

Marvel/DC Comics (February, 1988)

“The Greatest Heroes Of All Time!”
WRITER: Karl Kesel
PENCILER: Pat Olliffe
INKER: Al Williamson
COLORIST: Greg Wright
LETTERER: Jim Novak
CONSULTING EDITOR: Mike Carlin
EDITOR: Tom Brevoort
GUIDING SPIRIT: Mark Gruenwald

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Batkid Begins Trailer Drops

I would be surprised if nobody has heard of Batkid, a leukemia survivor named Miles Scott whose wish to spend a day as Batman was granted by the Make A Wish Foundation. What started as a simply wish grew to the greatest day in any superhero fan’s life as practically a whole city got involved, turning San Francisco into Gotham City (despite the fact that Gotham is based on New York but that’s splitting hairs), and even the President got involved! (Whatever problems I have with Obama, I congratulate him for that.) Well, prepare to live it again as the tale of would-be Dark Knight will have a documentary movie out soon.

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“Yesterday’s” Comic> Transformers Armada #3

Transformers Armada #3

Working on Google Earth, Hologram Version

Transformers Armada #3

Dreamwave (September, 2002)

WRITER: Chris Sarracini
PENCILER: James Raiz
INKERS: Rob Armstrong & Erik Sander
BACKGROUNDS: Edwin Garcia
COLORISTS: Alan Wang & Rami Sunga
GRAPHIC DESIGN: Paul Villafuerte
LETTERING: Dreamer Design
EDITOR: Matt Moylan

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Morning Article Link: More On A Transformers Cinematic Universe

Transformers: Alliance #4

Spinoff Online‘s Kevin Melrose brings more news about the Transformers Movieverse, including a potential spinoff story set on Cybertron. Odd thing, though. They’re discussing whether or not it’s going to be live-action or animated. If it’s set on Cybertron, presumably with no humans, isn’t it going to be computer generated, and thus animated one way or the other?

“Yesterday’s” Comic> Transformers: The War Within #2

By the way, I goofed. the preview I reviewed last week should actually go between issues #2 & #3 since in this issue Starscream and crew are sent on the mission that Grimlock gets mixed up with after walking away, also in this issue.

Transformers The War Within #2

“I’m entering you in the cat show this year, Ravage.”

Transformers: The War Within #2

Dreamwave (November, 2002)

WRITER: Simon Furman
PENCILER: Don Figueroa
INKER: Elaine To
COLORIST: Rob Ruffolo
LETTERING: Dreamer Design
GRAPHIC DESIGN: Kevin Lee

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