Sorry, but I haven't yet shared the information about myself that would typically display here. Check back later to see if that changes, or if I instead choose to remain an enigma.
Since everyone else seems to be doing it and I want to be popular, I shall recap my reviews for November. Which is, obviously, a simple task.
After I got out of lockup, I was busy getting my life back. Squaring things up. Finding what little enjoyment there was to be had. By chance, I stumbled upon Kmart and went to its gaming department. There I saw a game I'd had my eyes on for a while, Mass Effect. I bought it.
This was November 13th. Mass Effect didn't come out officially until the 20th.
...eh, I don't really feel like talking about what I've been up to. Maybe later.
But I do feel like talking about Spider-Man and comic books, because that's always comfortable territory for me. Or, at least, it was. I don't like Spider-Man anymore.
See, basically, ever since Civl War ended and Captain America 'died', the Marvel Universe has just...sucked. The Hulk invaded Earth with an alien armada (LONG story) and while it was a nice premise with a few bright spots, it just didn't work out on the whole. Marvel (and, really, DC, too, but I don't care about them as much so it means less) have been getting mired in big event after big event. Smoke and mirrors. And they...
Let's see, let's see, what's happening in the world today. Democrats took the Senate and the House. Some say it's the beginning of a new era, some say it's a sign of the Apocalypse. 'Rummy' got the pink slip; thought he sucked and deserved it, but eh. Oh, K-Fed and Britney split up. All of zero people were surprised. Less cared.
Good thing I care about important stuff, like comic book movies.
Specifically Spider-Man 3, of which a trailer was released...Thursday, I think. Haven't had the time to check it out, but I did find some scans of the three major villains. Some thoughts...