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  • Question: I've got a toddler who can sing the 1960s Spider-Man theme song (kind of), but who hasn't seen any actual Spider-Man media. As a leading Spider-expert, what can you recommend that isn't too violent and is also actually good? - dinosaurrobo
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    Well, this is a tough one, inasmuch as a) Spider-Man is inherently kind of violent, and b) Spider-Man has rarely been well-served by TV. (The movies, I think, are right out, as they are pretty intense.)

    I’m going to recommend the first season of the 1967 Spider-Man TV series for starters - it’s charmingly retro, has no overarching plot, features a legitimately amusing J. Jonah Jameson, and is pretty harmlessly goofy. The later, Ralph Bakshi seasons are iffy - they might be a little too nightmarishly hallucinogenic for a toddler.

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What movie was #1 at the box office when you were born?

underscorex:

darkarfs:

wienerherzog:

fairychinchilla:

kekkes:

zodiacbaby:

thomyth:

gyarados:

thegestianpoet:

oldfilmsflicker:

propertyoffrankgrimes:

neilcicierega:

mine is ‘The Fly’

Platoon.

Karate Kid 2

the mask omfg noo

Mrs. Doubtfire………………….

dumb and dumber :-(

FIRST WIVES CLUB YASSSSSSSSS

THE FLINTSTONES :-))

naturall born killers *flips everyone off*

i wasn’t gonna do this but i found out that IT’S HOUSE PARTY 2

On Golden Pond? 

Eh. Better than Natural Born Killers, anyway. 

10.

Invasion USA.  Lame.  Just missed having either Back to the Future or Commando…

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underscorex:

smilelikeyougotnothingtolose:

rulerbulon:

agelfeygelach:

dberl:

doktorvondoom:

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more like eager to gouge skull’s eyes out

Everyone in this room has kicked the shit out of the Skull at least once and 2 have left him for dead.

Refresh my memory- was it Doom, or Magneto who left him to rot in a pit?

I never…

Once the Acts of Vengeancing was done, Magneto tracked down the Skull, beat the hell out of him, locked him in a fallout shelter, and left him to die.

(Captain America #367, written by Mark Gruenwald, art by Keiron Dwyer and Danny Bulanadi)

Yeah…teaming up with a Roma Gypsy and a FUCKING JEWISH HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR probably wasn’t the smartest thing for one of the world’s most well-known Nazi officers to do.

Apparently later the Kingpin is even like “Fuck you, Nazi.”

Yeah, during the Streets of Poison storyline, the Skull and Kingpin are butting heads over their New York drug operations, and outline their reasons for being in the business…

…and then they strip down to their underpants and fight, because comics.

(Captain America #378, written by Mark Gruenwald, art by Ron Lim and Danny Bulanadi)

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"You think this letter on my head stands for ASS MAN?  Because, uh, it does.”

(Captain America #371, written by Mark Gruenwald, art by Ron Lim and Danny Bulanadi)

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agelfeygelach:

dberl:

doktorvondoom:

image

more like eager to gouge skull’s eyes out

Everyone in this room has kicked the shit out of the Skull at least once and 2 have left him for dead.

Refresh my memory- was it Doom, or Magneto who left him to rot in a pit?

I never…

Once the Acts of Vengeancing was done, Magneto tracked down the Skull, beat the hell out of him, locked him in a fallout shelter, and left him to die.

(Captain America #367, written by Mark Gruenwald, art by Keiron Dwyer and Danny Bulanadi)

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itswalky:

therobotmonster:

pterobat:

razorsaw:

Slash, a new Dinobot from the Age of Extinction toyline.

He has feathers. You have no idea how happy this makes me.

GIMME GIMME ALL THE THING!

I want him to talk like Hans and/or Franz, based on his one-step changer pose.

Feeeeaaaaatttthheerrrrsssss

Transformers 4 is going to have more-accurate dinosaurs than Jurassic Park 4.  

*mic drop*

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seanhowe:

Philip Seymour Hoffman, Marvel Comics fan

So here’s a picture of Philip Seymour Hoffman, circa 1987, hanging out in a dreadfully maintained NYU dorm room. In addition to piled-up plates, discarded socks, buckling bookshelves, and unshuttable drawers, there are issues of Spin and Vanity Fair and Playbill strewn across the room. 

But what’s that behind Hoffman’s shoulder, given pride of place, neatly hung above the desk, safe from the maelstrom? Two issues of The Amazing Spider-Man. As if we needed one more thing to love about Philip Seymour Hoffman, he was the kind of guy who actually put superhero comic books on his walls in college.

Rest in peace, Philip Seymour Hoffman. We already miss you.

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itswalky:

underscorex:

bmogtoys:

The Choice of Kickstarter Color Begins!

Everyone who backed the Kickstarter will be getting a message requesting their choice for the BMOG…

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ACTION HUNTER. IN YOUR HEART YOU KNOW IT’S TRUE

yes

FOOL.  TOXIC SPILL IS THE WAY, THE TRUTH, AND THE LIFE.

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cullenbunn:

The horror writer in me sees this going horribly wrong.

rogerwilkerson:

Reddi Wip and Pumpkin Pie… could there be anything finer?  Oh… I mean besides wearing a carved pumpkin on your head of course.

"You’d better get to the TV room, Billy. It’s almost time for that Silver Shamrock giveaway."

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itswalky:

mytwospookiestxmenareundead:

Let’s be real, Willem Dafoe was A+ casting

What, no “…am I?

"I SURRENDER!"

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