Whoever made this video must have a lot of patience and way too much time on their hands. I didn't even have the patience to count past the eighth book they used.
Etoilec1 usually uploads flibook versions of Dragon Ball Z episodes on his page. Which is cool—if you're into that kind of stuff I guess.
For those of you who don’t know, Shore is a comedian who has been surrounded by comedy his whole life. His mother, Mitzi Shore, founded The Comedy Store and his father, Sammy Shore, was also a comedian. Pauly too decided to follow the comedic path and create a career out of making others laugh.
He was the host of his own television show on MTV, Totally Pauly in the 90s, starred in Encino Man, Bio-Dome, and several other films, and he also has circuited the world doing stand-up comedy. Shore told me about the past, the upcoming performance in Tucson, his infamous pseudonym “The Weasel,” and what we can expect from him looking forward.
The Justice League, as many of you may know, is the valiant team that is made up of the world’s most dominant super-heroes. The original team included Aquaman, Batman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, Superman and Wonder Woman.
Writer Geoff Johns and artist David Finch have been working to produce a new comic series, Justice League of America, which features unpredictable characters.
“They’re underdogs who have everything to prove and something to lose,” said Johns in a press release.
For those of us who love to root for those underdogs, this new series will cast the spotlight onto unlikely heroes such as Green Arrow, Katana, Martian Manhunter, Simon Baz, Stargirl, Vibe, Hawkman and Catwoman.
“The Justice League has been positioned as like the A-list, the big iconic superheroes, and the Justice League of America is a very different team. As evident by the initial lineup, it's not a team of A-listers,” Johns told MTV Geek.
In this new series, the United States military decides to form a league of its own under Colonel Steve Trevor. The Justice League of America must spring into action to take on the challenges that come their way, leading up to the Trinity War in part one, “World’s Most Dangerous.”
Justice League of America #1 will hit the shelves on Feb. 20, with 52 variant covers. The different covers will show the Justice League holding each states flag of the United States, as well as Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico. The books will consist of 40 pages for $3.99.
This week Heroes and Villains' resident-undead-assassins-gone-good Cynthia and Bobby review Talon—quite possibly the only dude go toe-to-toe with Batman and evade gettin' locked up in Arkham Asylum afterward.
...probably because he was created by the guy currently writing Batman.
This week Cynthia and Bobby rap about the most brutal Canadian since Michael Cera— The Savage Wolverine!
An exhibit of art prints of artworks involving bicycles and bicycling continues through Saturday, Jan. 4; free.… More