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Merry Christmas, Mouse!
Merry Christmas wonderful blog!
Do you plan on giving your thoughts on the new Watership Down series eventually?
If a patron requests it, sure. I’m…not sold on the trailer tbh.
Merry Christmas, Mouse. 😁
Sorry, I didn’t get you anything. 😛
Oh, DJ. Money is fine.
Merry Christmas. Thanks for all the entertainment and insight throughout the year.
Merry Christmas to you too, Mouse! Thanks for the laughs, inspiration, and high quality comic book/animation education. Hope your New Year is a great one!
Merry Christmas you wonderful old Building and Lo-I mean blog!
I may have had too much Jimmy Stewart and also drink this Christmas.
Happy holidays, may yours be devoid of visits from strange men with green hair!
Whoop, too late…
All the Joy of the Season and a Very Happy New Year to you Mouse! (I hope that you’ve been able to enjoy AQUAMAN and/or INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE or will be able to do so; having seen both films in the past two days, one would like to say that both of them are enjoyable but that AQUAMAN is my particular favourite*).
*I admit to being a DC mark and quite unapologetically so, but AQUAMAN has an octopus playing the drums and a Titanic Sea Monster voiced by the original Mary Poppins – what more can a man ask for?
Haven’t seen Aquaman yet but in my humble opinion Spiderverse is the best comic book movie ever.
I thought it very good, would certainly grade it “Best Looking” but not BEST EVER (except perhaps as a Proof of Dafoe’s Law* given how quickly Chris Pine’s character bites the dust!).
* “Marvel Villain must a DC Hero be” (also Vice Versa).
Hey, Mouse! I didn’t really know where else to ask this but I was wondering if you’ve seen the new Netflix/BBC version of Watership Down yet, and if so what your thoughts are on it?
Oh lol someone already asked whoops
By the way, I have just watched ANT-MAN on Television; definitely a fun caper movie, but one where the entire cast appear to be painfully handicapped when it comes to planning EVERYTHING – one suspects it to be a strong original on which a sequel can substantially improve.
It also explains so, so much about SUPERMAN V BATMAN that they had to settle for postmodern Luthor because Classic Lex was busy working with the Opposition.