I don’t know why, but for some reason I’ve been in a very Spielberg/Lucas-y mood for the past week or so.
For those that don’t get the quote/reference featured on the card, I direct you to this amusing waste of time.
I’m pretty sure it all started last weekend when my buddy Mencius was kind enough to show me the Red Letter Media critique/analysis of Star Wars Episode III.
For those that haven’t seen the video, it’s serves as both an insightful and hilarious look at Episode III, as well as the nature of the entire Star Wars film franchise.
Truth be told, the way the whole thing was structured, it actually kind of reminded me of the writing style I use for posts on this blog.
Y’know, tidbits of information/humor, separated by irreverent and/or stupid images and captions.
Kind of like this.
Anyway, that’s my explanation for all the Harrison Ford/Indiana Jones references as of late.
Seeing as Lucas-ian products serve as a near bottomless treasure trove for retarded (and amusing) quotes and references, I wouldn’t be surprised if this keeps up for some time.
Hey, it’s not my fault I’ve got nothing to write about, not a whole is happening in my particular corner of the woods of dorkiness.
And no, I don’t give a shit that Johnny Storm/The Human Torch of The Fantastic Four died last week.
Johnny Storm, showing us just why he had to die.
I’ve never been a fan of The Fantastic Four, and while I find it interesting that the one member of the team that I had any appreciation for is the one Marvel decided to kill off; I don’t see myself ever owning or reading a Fantastic Four book in a good long while.
Anyway, here’s hoping I find something to write about soon, otherwise I’m just gonna’ keep making Magic cards until I’ve got a whole fuckin’ deck of ‘em…
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