Awesome! These will totally keep the bullies from stealing my copy of Captain America: Holocaust For Hire.
The new comic isn't very good, but the last page shows T in all his full-page glory, coming out of the shadows to proclaim that he's back to kick ass and make sure kids stay in school. It doesn't make the comic worth $3.50 (ouch!) but it would make it worth about a dollar.
I thought it was rather telling that the writer and artist kept the title character most in shadow, muttering and depressed, for most of the issue.
i pity you, dave. (in a good way)
One of the few highlights for me for The Simpsons lately is the Krusty the Clown's bar mitvah, with special guest host Mr. T."I pity the fool who didn't bring an envelope to this celebration."Back in the day, Mr. T had his own cereal and cartoon, in addition to the A-Team merchandise. Does this mean that we'll see the cast of Buffy or the folks in Coldplay in long-distance ads and the like in a few years?
Quit your jibba-jabba Dave!
Oh, and can I just say that T needs to learn how to use an apostrophe? Seriously - "it's" is short for it is and that's it; to indicate possessive, you just leave the thing out, as in "Don't be judging no book by its cover...fool!"
"I! Am! I am somebody!""Does this mean that we'll see the cast of Buffy or the folks in Coldplay in long-distance ads and the like in a few years?"Did you just compare Coldplay to Mr. T? Whass wrong with you, foo?
Looks like Mr T and Yomiko Readman have something in common.
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