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Name: Sam Harris

Bio: Sam Harris is the brother of iFanboy's resident Brit Sonia, and consequentially, her biggest fan! He is a graphic designer presently looking for work find him at: www.samisadesigner.com

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November 19, 2009 5:56 pm @daccampo - Then we are all DOOOOOOMED, sir. The minute i start denying my nerdy roots and start wearing all black, dancing on tables and wearing eyeliner, please end me.
November 19, 2009 5:37 pm

@daccampo I suppose if you were a symbiote and you wanted to make your host look like a pathetic, emo-lovin' dweeb, there would be no stopping you from enslaving all of humanity and transforming them into an army of douche-bags!

@cromulent - There are no actual BONES in dicks... so I'm gonna say No, Wolverine DOESN'T have adamantium in his penis.... BUT, the healing factor means that STD's aren't a problem... So no worries there, then! 

November 19, 2009 4:38 pm

@leigh ... I dunno, i'm pretty much a genius... (although i DID buy the suit online.)


also, In Spider-Man 2, J. Jonah Jameson had the suit mounted on the wall and it was a ONE-PIECE suit, with gloves, boots and mask separate... No separate pants or belt OR fly/butt-flap.

PLUS, if an evil alien symbiote is taking over your mind, you don't suddenly start wearing eyeliner, dancing on tables and weirding out your girlfriend... it was a SUPERHERO movie... there was nothing super about any of that.

Also, anyone see that crappy movie with John Travolta called "Michael"? he had big wings, like Angel and he just wore a big trench coat over them... seemed to do the trick! 

August 27, 2009 1:09 pm

@KickAss Crumb's comics are fantastic. Not just because he is an incredible artist, but because his writing is totally weird and crazy. I suggest reading Fritz the Cat and some Mr. Natural to get you started. He hits on some weird, crazy, heavy stuff in there, but it was done in the 60's so it's bound to be a bit strange.

He also has a fetish for large, strong, dominating women, so a LOT of his work concentrates around that... not sure if that's your thing, but he is a brilliant creator and his work touches on the slightly more fantastical/odd than Pekar's more mundane writing style.

September 30, 2008 6:35 pm @Diabhol... fair enough. to each their own. Definately don't read Stray Toasters then...
September 27, 2008 6:05 pm

@Diabhol, I don't think "Messiness" is the apt term for this work. Within the artwork at least, the "messiness" as you put it is the dramatic, chaotic, and at some times almost pyschotic work that drives this comic. It puts you on edge at some points, and intoxicates you at others... Sienkewitz's work is immersive and evocative and I think allows you to be swallowed up by this truly great piece of comic genius. 

September 26, 2008 10:30 pm

Good column this week Sis. It's possibly because I grew up reading all your old issues, that I too have a slight obsession with this comic too.

The only reason I don't give my copy to people to read as their introduction to comics is because I think it has the ability to blow their minds. Which is why I start them on Dark Knight Returns. (Critisize any comic if you want, but these are the only two comics that I get personally offended by people talking ill of them.)

It's a sign of something truly special when something as simple as a comic book can make a 23 year old man(boy) feel like he's an clinically unhinged, psychic, ninja, female assasin.

September 22, 2008 7:52 pm

Nice one sis! English super heroes are wusses... (except Desperate Dan!)

Josh sounds like a proper radio personality... maybe he should think about a full time DJ job!