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Episode 17: In Which Doris Gets Her Oats.

by alphamonkey on October 14, 2011 · 4 comments

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Holy crap, it *is* Friday! And that means it’s time to wander through the pop culture apocalypse with Aaron, Alan, and Bobby as they take on the week in comics, that little thing called the Avengers trailer, and Alan’s sick obsession with duck-themed comics.

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    Don’t blame me just because you’re a speciesist.

  • http://iamdustdaughter.wordpress.com Didi Jenning

    Aw, y’all think Mercedes is a bitch. Okay. Meanwhile other characters are stabbing their best friends in the back for extracurriculars and sending people to crackhouses. Okay.

    I’m glad Mike Chang got some character development. He is awesome. Wish the whole cast could get the same treatment. We still don’t know very much about anyone who isn’t Rachel, Finn or Kurt.

    Will come back when I’ve finished my stack of comics.

    • http://www.dadsbigplan.com alphamonkey

      Well to be fair: Mostly I think she’s just badly written, and the show doesn’t know what to do with her. Here’s hoping making her a villain for a bit gives them some focus.

  • http://iamdustdaughter.wordpress.com Didi Jenning

    I liked Static Shock #2. The shout-out to Dwayne McDuffie was worth the $2.99 for me.
    Batwoman is still great. The art is freaking amazing.
    Batwing is good, surprisingly so. I’m reading to learn more about The Kingdom.
    I’m just as confused reading Stormwatch as I am when I read Legion Lost. But I dropped the latter and kept reading the former.
    I gave Mister Terrific a second chance but that’s it. *THUD* That’s the sound of me dropping this book.
    Gail Simone keeps teasing us with answers but never supplying any about Batgirl’s new mobility. I’m getting frustrated.
    I love Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man. Miles Morales reminds me of my nephew.

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