Sunday, March 30, 2014

Wild Dream I Had

      The dream started out with me at a comic convention with weird displays that reminded me of supermarkets. The comics are displayed differently on a meat and cheese sorta of display. Now I am not alone at this con, there are of course other random unknown people, as well as some people I know. While I am purchasing some comics I notice my friends Alexia Anastasio and Colin Pohl are tagging along. Which in itself is weird because they have never met. Now the comics are weird because I end up getting them for free, even though one costs 60 dollars and features a Black Canary appearance that didn't happen.

      After that my friends and I end up walking through this bar that is part of the convention. Right inside  is celebrity author Sasha Grey in black and red pants and shirt outfit drinking with hangers on. One of the male hangers acts annoyed when I strike up a brief chat with Sasha. The conversation, which she seems geuninely interested in, being about the 60 dollar comic and getting several comics for free. We part ways after this with me going off into an every type of food selection section attached to the convention with my friends.

Then I woke up and committed it to memory and now to my blog.

Sunday, March 9, 2014

More Weird Ideas

1. If Superman had really married Lois Lane in the Action Comics, World's Finest, or Superman titles of the 1940s' would history be better or worse for it.

2. If the above did happen would Superman and his cast still be around today, and by the same token would they (Superman and Lois) still be married? For example Mr. Fantastic and The Invisible Woman of Marvel's The Fantastic Four are still married, due in part because the original creators married them during their run on the title.

3. How many people saw The Crucible with Daniel Day-Lewis as the male lead, and then thought that he was dry as an actor? Mainly because he gets too into his roles.


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