Comic Culture March 23rd 2016

Comic Culture Featured ImageThis week Comic Culture hosts Chris Owen and Walter Durajlija join producer Shekky Feldstein to talk comics.

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

Oh, and please, 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 March 23rd 2016 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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Charlie Kim
8 years ago

Hey Marty… Nice chatting with you at the show. You’ve got bulk but if you can trim the body fat, this could be you:

http://i.imgur.com/0tJrZ2X.jpg

Sleek and defined. It’s the best way to attract superficial ladies like Meg Fox!

Charlie Kim
8 years ago

Here’s how he did it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owBtxXs-xDQ

Six months of salmon, chicken breast and veggies… Did I mention Meg Fox?

Shekky
Shekky
8 years ago

Yes nice chatting, Charlie.

Hmmm, so I picked up on two things. 1) I’m fat. 2) I can become Asian. While Meg Fox is a strong selling point, I don’t think I can get over point #2. Who am I kidding, point #1 is just as unlikely! I guess I’ll just have to go with the reliable Shekky charm – which explains why I’ve been single so long.

Charlie Kim
8 years ago

No, not fat my friend. Did you notice my gut? Now that’s fat. As you know, we all have some fat under our skins but in order to look ripped, gotta lose it. I’m talking aesthetics. Bruce Lee vs Arnold Schwarzenegger. Iron Fist vs Hulk. The Asian thing is just an added bonus. Go visit Thailand… a western hunk like yourself… you wont be single for long. The fish will literally jump into your basket and your children will have that Eurasian, exotic look.

Charlie Kim
8 years ago

Superman vs Batman

So… I just got back from Rainbow Cinema with the family… and I was really excited about this movie. More than Deadpool, more than X-Men and even more than Civil War. I realize that there is a lot riding on this movie… lots of money, the future build out of the DC franchise and Ben Affleck’s redemption from his role as DD. I really want to like this movie… I think the team made a sincere effort and I can’t imagine the pressure that Zack Snyder must have been under. I get the sense that everyone involved gave it 110%. As a comic fan, I want to support this kind of effort… I really want to like this movie and I feel bad that it’s getting terrible reviews… because I really want to like this movie. I liked Man of Steel and I like Zack Snyder… so, yeah… I really want to like this movie. It was good to get out as a family, dinner, pop corn… then the actual movie. Hmmm. I’m trying hard to convince myself that I like the movie… but I keep thinking of the $130 I spent to take the family out. At least the food was good.

Shekky Feldstein
8 years ago
Reply to  Charlie Kim

Haha I don’t think I’m visiting Thailand anytime soon, but maybe I should reconsider? I’m still looking for my Mrs. Shekky in the rough…

Shekky Feldstein
8 years ago
Reply to  Charlie Kim

Too bad, Charlie. I heard so many mixed feelings though that I would believe someone saying it like you did. I guess you have to have a certain disposition to think it was great. Unfortunately the majority, including the critics, didn’t.

Charlie Kim
8 years ago

Just surfing the net, BvS has to be one of the most polarizing movies to come out in a long time. People are really passionate about this film. Unfortunately, and typical of most discussions on the net, any dialogue devolves into mud slinging. I don’t see why aspects of the film can’t be good and bad at the same time. Now people are petitioning for Zack Snyder to be fired? Really? Talk about an over reaction.