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The Worst Scene/Sequence in Any Star Wars Film

The only prequel I’ve watched recently enough to say is TPM, and none of it is particularly painful for me, just boring. I think I’ve said before that it’s the cinematic equivilant of buying a bag of chips, only for it to be mostly air with only a few chips in the bottom.

So I guess I have to go with everything in AOTC as the worst.

Last comic read

A delightful celebration of Superman’s rich history. The talent on this book is amazing; Dan Jurgens, Pete Tomasi, Pat Gleason, Geoff Johns, Richard Donner, Marv Wolfman, CURT SWAN, José Luis Garcia-Lopez, Louise Simonson, Jerry Ordway, Jim Lee.

The end of an era, as the creative duo that restored my faith in Superman says goodbye.

Kurt Busiek’s dark Secret Identity tale of a guardian devil Batman continues to impress me, and JP Leon’s art is stunning.

A surreal tale of love, depression, PTSD, and, in this issue, parenthood. This book continues to be incredible.

This is a seven-issue volume of self-published works by the owner of the local comic shops in my area. I enjoyed it quite a bit. I’ll have to ask him about his older stuff next time I’m in the store.

The Dream of the Giant Fractal Woodlouse.

Solo came out and I was watching it. It was weird. This dream version of Solo had random cuts to Obi-Wan (McGregor) on Tattoine being a drunk perv that owed people money. I guess ROTS really messed him up for a few years.

Anyway, the actual Solo parts involved Han accidentally joing a rebellion (not the rebellion, just a small group on one planet) until some Imperials found their base and they had to pass it off as a bar, or something. Then it got really weird and Maggie Simpson appeared as a spy who was supposed to singlehandedly destroy the Imperial forces on this planet.

[fill in the blank] Just Died!

Mrebo said:

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Neglify said:

I think I just got MFM mixed up with LuckyGungan or something like that.

I’m way less interesting.

What? Do you not want to die young? Boring

You can’t deny that most cool people die young.

You can’t deny that being cool is something only young people should care about (if anyone should, which is debatable).

Yep. Cool is a condition (or illusion) of youth. A kid with a cherry red convertible might be cool while a middle aged man is just having a crisis. A young musician is generally cooler than an older one regardless of talent. Having one’s cool level ossified by an early death is no worthwhile achievement.