Comic Culture April 17th, 2019

Every week Comic Culture hosts Chris Owen and Walter Durajlija talk the comic book talk.

So kick back, relax and enjoy this week’s Comic Culture.

Oh, and please make sure you go out and support your local comic book shop.

Comic Culture is written by Walter Durajlija and engineered by Chris Owen.

Enjoy Comic Culture’s April 17, 2019 Edition:

Walter Durajlija
Walter Durajlija

Walter Durajlija is an Overstreet Advisor and Shuster Award winner. He owns Big B Comics in Hamilton Ontario.

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Scott VanderPloeg
5 years ago

“Every week”. Heh. Good one.

Chris Meli
Chris Meli
5 years ago

“They don’t know nothin’.”

As Scott Lang would say, “huh.” Your faithful commentators, receiving a big goose egg for their efforts, consider your hit-or-miss thoughts day in and day out, their faces filled with grave concentration, and what do they get? They get dissed in the international media! If you, Sir, believe that this will dissuade us from our role as Independent Counsels with respect to the judgment of “undervalued”, you don’t understand the meaning of the Constitution of the United States of America! Oh, wait…

I had forgotten the gag What If?, that was a fun issue. Not Brand Ecch for those who had been too young for it.

End Credits of Endgame: Kang with his back to the audience, turns around and says something like “The Time Stone is not the only consideration. There are larger factors in the multiverse.” A display behind him shows a huge purple-gloved hand (not so unlike Kang’s) pushing the skull of a Celestial out of the way, as the otherwise darkness-cloaked figure (apparently wearing a can shaped helmet with antennae) moves through interstellar space. Suddenly a blindingly intense birdlike tongue of flame assaults the figure, which all-so-briefly becomes inchoate, but then reforms unchanged. Kang resumes: “Only repairing the errors of the future will provide me with the power to seize the present.” Another display lights, and we see the Wolverine clone about to drive his claws towards Xavier’s chest. Kang vanishes to instantly reappear in that second display, grabbing the clone’s wrist and stopping the killing strike. The clone, the aged Xavier, and all of the scene evaporate, leaving only Kang looking back at the audience from within the display. On the other display, the gargantuan floating figure’s square-pupiled eyes flash with recognition for the briefest of instants.

The crowd goes wild.