The 1990s were a very strange time. Imagine, if you will, a world where the single most popular thing in the entire world was a media franchise about four adolescent anthropomorphic turtles who wore domino masks and knew karate, and that this popularity was so great that they appeared on TheOprah Winfrey Show to sing songs and promote an arena tour where they would perform more songs instead of doing any actual karate.
If you're having trouble imagining that, and I understand why you would, don't worry. It actually happened, and thanks to Brett White, who unearthed video of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' appearance on Oprah to promote their Coming Out Of Their Shells tour, you can spend the next 45 minutes witnessing one of the most surreal talk show appearances of all time.
Because we live in a depraved and decadent world brimming over with sickness and loathing like so much urine from a nightclub toilet, a group of young men and women had the resources to create and consume the approximately two dozen deliberately nauseating pizzas eaten or otherwise referenced by Michelangelo in the classic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series. Among them, pizzas made with hot fudge, p
Upcoming: Out of Chaos War comes Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente and artist Neil Edwards' Herc #1, an ongoing series debuting in April that pits a far more mortal Hercules against new challenges in a decidedly more street-level setting.
Digital: Much of Ben Templesmith's IDW work (Wormwood: Gentleman
Over the past few years, comics have seen some major advances made within our industry: the rise of the comic book movie, the shift to digital distribution, and the internet playing a vital role in terms of breaking news and self-publishing
God, Green Arrow, you're such a douchebag. You're not only hiding your Hot Pocket from Wonder Woman in an insultingly obvious way, you're going to come clean as soon as you're done eating and make her one -- explicitly so that you can take a bite out of it
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