As Mentioned in Episode 112 – Embers of Inferno (feat. Sam Humphries) June 10, 2016 Jay 4 comments Listen to the episode here! Art by David Wynne. Prints and cards available at the shop, or contact David to purchase the original. “So, y’know–business as usual.” (Amazing Spider-Man #313) The Ghostbusters references just keep coming! (Amazing Spider-Man #313) HE’S NOT WRONG. (Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #146) This is in fact literally what it is like to work in publishing, all the time. (Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #147) CAN WE TALK ABOUT HOW JARVIS’S MOM IS A HUGE WRESTLING AFICIONADO? (Avengers #298) Well, then. (Avengers #298) He does this every time he fights a possessed machine. (Avengers #298) No, seriously. Every time. (Avengers #299) Stories involving Nanny and the Orphanmaker are never not super sad and messed up. (Avengers #299) That one time the Avengers got back together in a tie-in to someone else’s crossover event. (Avengers #300) Never leave your house. Seriously. (Power Pack #42) Actually, no. Your house isn’t safe, either. (Power Pack #42) And then a group of young children looked back nostalgically at the time they fought Sabretooth in a sewer. (Power Pack #44) Aw. (Power Pack #44) LIES. (The Mutant Misadventures of Cloak and Dagger #4) For full effect, you have to imagine the narration being read by David Attenborough. (Daredevil #262) And that was how Daredevil beat up a vacuum cleaner. (Daredevil #262) It’s actually pretty surprising that no one else thought to do anything with possessed hospital equipment, because that is TERRIFYING. (Daredevil #263) Officer Drillbit, in all his glory. (Daredevil #265) For 1989 Daredevil, this ending is positively chipper. (Daredevil #265) NEXT EPISODE: So. Much. Wolverine. Share this:EmailRedditTwitterTumblrFacebookPinterest Related Post navigation Previous PostYou Made (Wearable) Art!Next Post113 – Play It Again, Patch
Is it just me, or does Officer Drillbit talk just a bit like The Evil Midnight Bomber What Bombs At Midnight?
Silly question – but had Bullseye still paralyzed in the hospital at this point, or had he gotten an adamantium skeleton yet? Because, on the one hand, what’s happening in New York would have been terrifying – but on the other hand, I couldn’t think of a nicer guy to be trapped in a demonically possessed hospital (except for maybe the Purple Man with a surgically removed larynx).
I suspect that the demons would probably approve of Bullseye and Purple Man (professional respect and all that) and enhance them… in hopefully excrutiatingly painful ways, but still enhancing them.
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