No matter what Scott is doing in the Marvel universe, being able to shoot beems from eyes is what most people remember.
Well folks today’s topic is the one-eyed wonder. The son of space pirate, older brother to two very powerful mutants in their own right, husband and father of telepathic mutants, and the progenitor of a whole dynasty of mutants who will spend their lives to save others, humans and mutants alike – Cyclops is awesome.
Does this look like he's whining now?
I’m here to give you a glimpse to prove Cyclops is awesome.
I'm a Canadian and we already did our Thanksgiving. This weekend is the same Holiday for our southern neighbours. I'm not one to simply post another blogger person idea, but this one got to me. It's no surprised since it comes from Ze Frank.
I watch ZeFrank. The link is also on the side bar.
The man has smarts and he says smart things through proposing ideas or making mention of honest observations.
He explains in the video below that 'Thanks' is the cousin to 'Love'.
As you may have noticed there has been plenty of reviews on DC comics since the blog started all because of the ‘new 52’. Marvel was my mainstay for comics until the early 2000’s when the comics bubble popped. They’ve stay ahead of the curve in capturing my attention with their brilliant movie franchise and Ultimate Comics line of modern versions of their characters. But I'm not reading the comics...
I will do my best to complete the duties that have been assigned to me. I will commit to work outside of the assigned scope of time during times of stress within the organization. I will act professionally in my demeanour, correspondence and deportment. I will try my best and communicate with my assigned supervisor in a clear and fair manner.
I'm sitting in class listening to the Prof go on about the sole Shakespeare play I'm not going to pay attention to, Antony and Cleopatra. So I log onto my ComiXology app on the iPad and look for something to grasp my attention. After reading the most recent Green Lantern (which was pretty good) I looked up an old name.
This is one of the best sci-fi writers of the day. He started his own comic book and it gets published by Boom! studios with his frequent partner in crime Andy Lanning.
Now I’m trying to master the various ‘jacks and other units of the Cygnar faction and one stands out as escaping me far too frequently. As I write this ‘Theory Machine’ post, please note I’m not the expert. I am simply putting down my thoughts and observations as I try to become a better player with this particular tool. Their is a bevi of other sources of information on this topic.
Without further ado.
There is a saying ‘The best defence in a good offense’.
I’m running on the rooftops of Boston in 1700’s. I’ve inducted three men to my cause. As I land a particularly long jump, I scramble up onto the roof only to see my target. I summon my followers to cause a riot. The chaos forces my target closer to me. Lucky for me he escapes down an ally.
I jump the three story building, wrist blades extended. My aim is true and the force of gravity drives me and my blades onto my now vulnerable target. I get up, retract my blades and walk away.
As my country starts to move towards our day of remembrance I wonder about the cost of advancement.
Mother Bear, sent me a youtube link for a movie called Inherit the Wind.
I watched the flick and when I got to the following quote and I started to think.
Progress has never been a bargain. You have to pay for it. Sometimes I think there's a man who sits behind a counter and says, "All right, you can have a telephone but you lose privacy and the charm of distance. Madam, you may vote but at a price. You lose the right to retreat behind the powder puff or your petticoat. Mister, you may conquer the air but the birds will lose their wonder and the clouds will smell of gasoline."
- Henry Drummond, made famous by Spencer Tracy; a character in Inherit the Wind by Jerome Lawrence