A brief sojourn
to Thor #196-#197 before we begin
this Avengerous Tale:
Asgard was under
attack from a being called Mangog, which Odin himself created because he’s a
genocidal a-hole, but that’s a long story and we’re not going to get into it
right now.The point is, Mangog’s on a
rampage, and to protect the rest of the universe, Odin breaks the Rainbow
Bridge and whisks Asgard away to a separate dimension.
know I don’t usually post on Tuesdays, and I guess this isn’t really a review,
but I still wanted to talk a little about Batman
since today just happens to be the 50th (!!!) anniversary of its
debut.Click behind the cut for some
fangirl reminiscing.Or just wait until
Saturday for the next Avengerous Tale.Or both.Both is good.
this is a review of the comic book based on the Teen Titans cartoon and has nothing to do with Teen Titans Go! the TV show.And by the way, DC?If you’re
looking to get me a Christmas present in return for all my years of loyal
fanning, you can cancel that pathetic pile of busted Christmas lights and leave
Teen Titans Season Six in my
with the negativity. The rest of this
review will be nothing but happy Christmas happiness, I promise.