Monthly Archives: September 2010

Big Bang Theory Shocker: Penny and Leonard Lived the Dream!

I don’t know about you, but in our house The Big Bang Theory is considered the greatest sitcom of all time. Today there was a rather intense secret revealed that goes a long way in expaining the magical charm of the show.

Penny and Leonard had a two-year affair in real life, and they were madly in love.

Kaley Cuoco finally told the world about her relationship with Johnny Galecki in CBS Watch Magazine. Perhaps the most incredible aspect of their love? It was kept utterly secret for two whole years. They never went out in public. They hid their amor from the other actors on the set. They boiled, they burned, they bubbled with the most explosive feelings two humans can experience… and no one else knew.

Can you imagine what that was like?

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Axebone Above All.

For the past few weeks we have been showcasing some of the outrageous Marvel Comics art from the sketch card community chest. Today we are getting alphabetical.

Axebone. That is all.

To think that these orignal art masterpieces are one-of-a-kind prizes that have been inserted in a single set? Wow.

It is true. This entire catalog of visual bliss is contained within the Rittenhouse Archives Marvel 70th Anniversary collection. Happy hunting!

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The Squirrel Girl Snowball Effect.

That is the prize possession of my card collection. George “Geo” Davis created it as a commission and it was approved by Marvel Comics as an official entry into the magnificent mythos of Squirrel Girl.  She is quickly becoming much more than just a cult hero on the interwebs.

Squirrel Girl is snowballing.

Yes, she was cosplayed at the San Diego Comic Con.

No, you cannot buy an official action figure yet. That does not, however, stop fans from making the dream a reality.

That is Peter Parker with his new girlfriend Chat. She appears in the Spider-Man Marvel Adventures comic book series and she talks to animals of all types, including a bunch of furry little tree rodents. She has a mystery sister that will be revealed in issue #8, and Squirrel Girl was mentioned by name in the Marvel Adventures Universe just this week. Stay tuned, it looks like the webhead will soon be seen with Doreen Green.

The Chibi crew can claim the most meaty and serious layer of the Squirrel Girl snowball, since Super Hero Squad featured a rumored romance between War Machine and our nutty hero on an actual television show. Add the fact that the designers of the Super Hero Squad Online video game have promised to include Squirrel Girl in the line-up, and you have bouncing baby bliss of the biggest kind.

We will leave you today with that most beautiful portrait, by the incomparable Emily. Squirrel Girl’s fame is growing as she rolls deeper and deeper into the pop history books of official Marvel Comics canon. Jump on quick, this is going to be nuts.

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More Nar, More Color!

Nar is a singular talent. His art causes an experience of extreme eye pleasure that creates an itch for more. And more. And more.

Today we have some recent sketch cards by the master. Remember, these miniature masterpieces are only two and a half by three and a half inches. And, as a special added bonus, we get to party before and after the coloring.

The one, the only, Nar!

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Sanna Nirvana.

The artist is Sanna U. The first card is Squirrel Girl. My mind is freed from its moorings. This is bliss.

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Randy Green Transcends.

Certain artists are able to capture sublime states of being with their unique line. Randy Green is one of those.

This series of original art sketch cards seems to tell a story that cannot be expressed in words. Truly transcendent.

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Three Shades of Extreme.

You know the Neopolitan ice cream with three common flavors in one package? This is a lot more intense. Coming in December, Marvel Comics is bringing Shuma-Gorath back. Alex Ross himself painted the tentacles on the cover. Word.

Not your taste? Okay, let’s shift gears extremely. Dig in to Ivan Brunetti’s masterpiece on Strange Tales. I love this.

If those were chocolate and vanilla, we need some serious strawberry to finish the mix. Lotsa red here. Rob Liefeld, returning to splatter his creation properly. I hope you brought your spoon!

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