I saw Thor 2, and I come to tumblr with a pressing question.
Why did the bad guy get big at the end? He didn’t even do anything after he got big. He was just big… because. I can almost rationalize all the other insane things that happened in that movie, but seriously, why did the bad guy get big.
I know you’re thinking “Oh, Cass is in it as Kasumi!”
My friend Alex and I tracked down some issues of it and tried to read it
Did not make it 9 pages
This is not worth whatever Cass content it may have. Just don’t do it.
Aw man, I think Justice League Elite is wonderful and probably one of the best Justice League stories ever. It gets a little wonky toward the end, but it made Major Disaster of all people a compelling character. Major Disaster!
why does Robert Venditti think that Ystin uses female pronouns though
where did he even get that idea
why has no one corrected him
In all fairness, Ystin himself never does, but his teammates have always gotten it wrong. I can deal with Vandal Savage never moving passed the whole “I’m both” thing, but I wish Ex would get with the program already.
Editorial Note: With regret, CBR News has to inform our readers today that there will no longer be a “B&B” column on the site after only four short months.
When CBR proposed the idea of a regular column with DC’s executive staff, our stated intent was for the feature to be a place to connect the decision makers at the publisher with the wider comics community. Aside from product and story information, discussing the industry news and debates of the day was something we always planned to focus on both in the regular interviews with Harras and Chase and the monthly fan Q&A. However, the DC team has made it clear to CBR that discussing some of the more controversial debates surrounding the company and the comics community is not something they feel comfortable doing in this format, and ultimately they decided to no longer participate in this feature.
Specifically, Harras and Chase declined to comment on questions about DC exclusive talent Jerry Ordway in regards to his statements about his work with the publisher. (Though it should be noted that DC Co-Publisher Jim Lee did discuss the matter in a recent CBR TV interview)
After ensuing discussions on the matter, CBR regrets that DC has decided not to continue what we consider a valuable discussion for readers, retailers and creators. We will however continue to cover the company’s comics, editorial moves and broader impact on comics to the best of our ability – including future interviews with DC executives and editorial staff as they are willing and available.
My fancast for Cass is actress & martial artist Yanin “Jeeja” Vismitananda. She kind of cemented that position in my mind with her starring role in the 2008 film “Chocolate”, where she played an autistic & mostly mute girl who learned to fight from watching kung fu movies and saves her mother from a loan shark by beating up the mobsters who owe her money. She kicked all kinds of ass.
… sorry, Kitty, but fancast accepted like woah.
Yeeeesss this is the best fancast now and forever. Chocolate is as close to a Cass movie as we’ll probably ever get.