A random blog for random pictures!
You are REALLY into the Girl on Girl today eh X?
HA!!! JT, Gravity is a dude!!! :D That's a guy on the right! :D *sigh* That just made my night...
Is it from the Beyond mini-series? LOL @ JT. I thought it too, despite knowing about Gravity.
Nice try, but no go, Kello! That was a really good guess though.
Lol you tell me that doesn't look like a chick!
Well to me it doesn't, but I've read the comic so I know better. I mean I GUESS I can understand where you're coming from, but I look at that pic and see Gravity, a guy! :D
What the hell?? What is Gravity doing with X-23??? That's just gross.As for where this happened, I don't know. I'm gonna guess some random issue of either Avengers: The Initiative or Young Allies. And for Gravity's sake, I hope it was some sort of dream sequence!
Wow, I thought you'd have gotten it for sure, Marc. That was two swings and two misses! :P
Oh man, I'm so stupid...it had to have been Marvel Team-Up, right? Some fan of that series I am...I completely forgot about the Legion of Losers arc!
Ding-ding-ding!!! We have a winner! I knew you'd get it Marc... Eventually! :D
Haha, hooray! Whenever I think of that series, I usually just think of the "Golden Child" arc at the beginning and gloss over the rest. But the whole thing is actually well worth reading, in my opinion.
I agree completely. That was one REALLY good series. Plus it gave us the one and only Spidey/Invincible team-up(which fit PERFECTLY in the Invincible series!), making that series a must read for Invincible fans!
I read MTU before I even really had any idea who Invincible was. I'd love to go back and read it in proper sequence with the Invincible trades to see how it fits into the story!
When I read the Invincible trades/Hardcovers I had I actually pulled out the MTU issue with Spidey and Invincible and read it exactly where it happened in the Invincible story(since the whole MTU thing happened in the span of like one Invincible panel). It wasn't necessary since Invincible really doesn't mention it in his book, but there's a pretty neat visual there that put a smile on my face.