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YouTube Can Be Good – 9/22

I liked the George Washington bit from awhile ago, so I figure, why not find some other comic-related YouTube bits to share with you folks? New schticks are always fun! Two a week should work! So enjoy these two bits!

First, here’s a nice interview with Grant Morrison from 2003.

I love that the lightning makes it appear as though his head is endless…hehe.

Next, here’s a vintage Mego toy commercial, courtesy of Megomuseum.com.

Pretty funny stuff.

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I also highly recommend searching for the Captain America vs. Iron Man video from Wizard World Chicago. One of my best friends was dressed as Captain America and was asked by a kid dressed as Iron Man to do a mock fight, complete with ring announcers in the ring they had set up for mixed martial arts or something.

The craziest part (which the video does little justice for) is that the crowd gathered around the absurd spectical was bigger than any crowd the martial artists could muster in the 3 days of the con.

Good idea! Folks, feel free to recommend some bits for future use!

The guys who do the Secret Wars reenactments are awesome.

…I’ve never been more afraid of Batman in my life. That voiceover was deeply unsettling.

I don’t think I’ve heard Grant Morrison actually talk before. Now, was the video a bit out of sync, or does the guy even talk trippy?

Also, I’ve been reminded that I still have to pick up the Filth!

Have you never seen Grant Morrison in person, Brian? I’ve stood behind him a couple of times, and can accurately and honestly report that at some time in the past decade or so, the entire back of his head was replaced with a vast expanse of blank whiteness. I assume this must be his conduit to the higher dimensional levels of parareality.

Man, I loved my Mego Bat-dollies as a kid.

You know, I’ve sorta dreamed of being in an editorial position at DC, but now I know that I could never succeed, because I can’t understand a word Grant Morrison says.

You know, I’ve sorta dreamed of being in an editorial position at DC, but now I know that I could never succeed, because I can’t understand a word Grant Morrison says.

Why do you think it is usually just Tomasi who deals with him?

He speaks Morrison!! :)

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