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Saturday, June 09, 2007

Michael Turner's Supergirl Action Figure

A while back DC Comics released a set of action figures based on the artwork of Michael Turner. They certainly represented Turner's style, but didn't translate well into three-dimensional objects in my opinion. Then the other day Jason Resh and I were talking about how freakishly weird the Supergirl figure looked, when he said

His women remind me of that actress, whatshername? She was in Sin City...


Brittany Murphy!

That struck me like a thunderbolt because here's the action figure in question:

And here's a photo of Brittany Murphy:

Weird, huh? Thanks, Jason!



At 6/08/2007 9:42 PM, Blogger Sam said...

I really hadn't heard much about the Watchmen movie(I thought it had died) but it turns out that Zack Snyder is getting quite far with it, they even have a cast pretty much assembled! If it's done right, a Watchmen movie will be awesome!


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