A Batman Sketch by Michael Avon Oeming.
That’s probably the long and short of it. Much of it is my problem. You’re all just people. You can’t help it, I suppose. I should calm down. I’m obviously just projecting.
“Kerouac seems to thrive on such an ambivalence, he accepts it, forgives it for its treachery, as it has been perhaps the most constant and dominant force in his life up until that point.”
Some great images posted on my Twitter timeline.
Mrs. Davis’ students were very special. They were told they were special on a daily basis. Their parents told them. The other teachers told them (as they should). Television presenters […]
“Then the Facebook page gets created and daydreams of thousands of likes and contributions and comments and me, there, naked, erect, important, waving a flag with my face on it with the pole shoved firmly up my backside.”
“…a fantastic piece of work by Aaron Kuder…shows just how insidious, sly and yet hugely entertaining a character The Joker can be.”
“After years of wandering through the wilderness, Snyder has put Batman back on track. The days of Batmite and time travel are hopefully buried forever. Snyder’s renaissance of the greatest super hero of all time has been laden with fresh twists but remains firmly rooted in the elements that made, and continue to make, the character enigmatic.”
Some amazing artwork has been popping up on our Twitter feed, and we’d thought we’d share it with you.