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Brian Michael Bendis Explain 'Secret Wars' On 'Late Night'
Brian Michael Bendis Explain 'Secret Wars' On 'Late Night'
Perhaps the most popular American comic book writer working today, Brian Michael Bendis joined Seth Meyers on NBC's Late Night to promote his upcoming Powers TV show, and to pitch Marvel's Secret Wars event series to everyone out there in TV land. According to Variety, Seth Meyers' nightly show is seen by over 1.5 million viewers, which is surely the largest number of people to be confused by superhero comics continuity in any one moment -- at least since the original Secret Wars was published in 1984, when there were more people buying comics to be confused.
Jaded Gotham City Citizens Complain ‘Batman Is Like That Naked Cowboy Guy in Times Square’ [Video]
Jaded Gotham City Citizens Complain ‘Batman Is Like That Naked Cowboy Guy in Times Square’ [Video]
Have you ever wondered what Gotham City is really like? (For the sake of this exercise, please ignore that the city is a fictitious comic book construction.) Do the people there really care about Batman? What else does the city have to offer both residents and visitors? Is it nice? Where is it located? All these questions and more...well, might not be actually answered by this hilarious 'Late Night With Seth Meyers' sketch, but it comes pretty close.
Late Night With Seth Meyers Live Action New Yorker Cartoons
Late Night With Seth Meyers Live Action New Yorker Cartoons
We all love The New Yorker's sometimes funny, often obtuse, impossibly refined cartoons, don't we? But it has always seemed that they were missing something: The human touch. The staff at Late Night with Seth Meyers looked to add that missing element in a bit this week that looked to break the magazine's famous cartoons out of their one-panel shells and make them full-on stage productions featurin