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What can I say? The superheroes I was introduced to when I first began to read, and continued to read as I grew up, don’t seem to exist anymore, at least not the way I remember them. Sadly, it seems that DC and Marvel have taken something that once held so much magic, wonder, and innocence, and twisted them beyond recognition… at least for me.
I’m not saying that they don’t still have some enjoyable titles, or that all of their books and characters are blanketed by this generalization. I just find myself unable to read and enjoy a lot of the stories they are putting out right now. DC is the worst offender, but Marvel with their non-stop events aren’t innocent either by a long shot.
Over the past several weeks, there have been a lot of positive and negative things that have been said about the “Heroes of Cosplay.” Love it, or otherwise, there is no denying its’ staying power as a point of discussion. However, it has come to the attention of The Outhouse that SyFy’s newest reality series is about to have another heated subject to talk about, as BGZ Studios reported yesterday evening that NBC Universal (SyFy’s parent company) has potentially used several photos without the permission of several Photographers.
Internet denizens were stunned to discovered that they had used up every possible joke related to the casting of Ben Affleck as Batman. ”Holy shit, guys,” said Twitter user Joshua Lansberry, aka @Battleberry304. ”We’ve run out of jokes already. But there’s still like 20 months left until this movie comes out!”