Name: Adam Lott
@froggulper I like the idea of it being a crappy old truck and the dial is somehow stuck and Wolverine is sitting there and he's not happy, he'd like to listen to some Anne Murray or Rush or whatever it is Canadians listen to...
But you know what? It's starting to get to him, at first he thought it was a bunch of high minded hogwash, snooty intellectuals praising and pontificating on the value of everyday schlubs, but look at that furrowed brow, that distant look, something in Ira Glass' thin voice is tugging at his heart strings.
The best part is how uncomfortable I think Kurt looks, I mean, sure Wolverine and him are friends from way back, but it doesn't mean they cry or have 'moments' in front of each other. In fact, that's what he likes most about his time with Wolverine, it's his chance to talk all raw about chicks and drink some beer and not worry about feeling al those feelings he's always feeling, and that goddamn WBEZ Chicago has cock blocked his evening of macho posturing.
Also, I'm not to fond of the border, but think the TAL and Marvel logos look nice together...
This has been the first bit of promotion that has me thinking, things are gonna be alright. Also, I'm with Ultimate Horatio on this, if I didn't like the trailer (which I did...) I would at least lay down the price of admission in hopes of getting a Flash flick out of the deal.
That is a complete drag. I just recommended this to my neighbor's two girls and they were really digging on it. Well, no time like the present to condition young minds for disappointment, I just wish it wasn't a lesson learned at the cost of a book I was reading and enjoying as well.
It was a great book.