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Thursday, February 08, 2007

I wish I could do this

Ned sent me a link to this awesome YouTube video... SPIDER-MAN for REAL!



I am slightly less athletic than that guy. And less brave. Etc.

5 Comments:

At 2/08/2007 11:08 AM, Blogger stymieresh said...

Awww. Man, they do all that stuff with computers. So fake.

 
At 2/08/2007 4:17 PM, Blogger Ned at Comix Connection said...

Stymie, google "free running" or "parkour" and check out this new sport that is apparently making its way to the US..yeah.. I know...I need a life

 
At 2/08/2007 9:11 PM, Blogger Sam 'KataKOON' Miller said...

Hey, found out some news about the 'Ghost Rider' flick.

Turns out Sony isn't having an early screening for reviewers. We all know what that means...

Well, if we don't, that means it's probably gonna be preeeetty bad.

 
At 2/08/2007 11:33 PM, Blogger Bill at Comix Connection said...

Yikes. That bodes ill. What are we gonna do with all these Ghost Rider lunchboxes?



I'm kidding.


That's too bad if the movie stinks. I'll reserve judgment until I see it though. I've yet to meet a reviewer with whom I agree all the time. Besides, what do I care what other people think? My favorite movie is BUCKAROO BANZAI!


There is a lot of good material to mine in the Ghost Rider character... I just finished reading GHOST RIDER: TRAIL OF TEARS #1, and it was top notch. Great art by Clayton Crain (where'd he pop up from?), great story by Garth Ennis (I think I've heard of him)... give it a look-see.

 
At 2/11/2007 2:16 PM, Blogger spider-man-boy said...

i want a lunch box

 

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