Sorry for the rather late update. Life happened. Ka-pow! I hope you can muster a little love for this one anyways.
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I predict Madam Crux will be a returning character. Then again, maybe not. Last I’ve heard she’s talking major movie deals with George Lucas. ON THE PHONE!
I’m watching Fringe and reading an abundance of superhero related comics at the moment. This may be an unhealthy cocktail.
Forget Secret Invasion, Civil War, Crisis on Infinite Earths, Blackest Night or any other so called “crossover event” in the history of comics you might have read or heard about. This is the one everybody’s gonna be talking about. Even your wife/husband, mayor or mysterious slender man only visible through your peripheral vision. They will all want to start conversations around this topic and believe you me, you want to have some insights to offer for when that time comes.
Moreover, if you felt happy for the first time in 7 years reading this, perhaps you should also consider giving this little piece I did on the Avengers a go. It’s right here.
I know my version of Godzilla doesn’t look like most of the numerous movie variants. Actually it’s probably all wrong. Too green, weird dorsal fins, stupid roar and that sort of thing. I’m not much of a Godzilla expert admittedly, and apparently a sloppy researcher too. I hope to change this someday though. Yes, my dream is to one day become an all-knowing Godzilla expert and the worlds greatest slap-bass player/researcher. Until then, you’ll probably have to do with sorry movie monster specimens like this.
In other important news, Anyone for Rhubarb recently got reviewed on the awesome Digital Strips podcast. If you’re interested in hearing how that went down, click the link and pay them a surprise visit http://www.digitalstrips.com/2012/05/digital-strips-281-review-anyone-for-rhubarb.html. I’m sure you’re more than welcome.
Some day this placeholder text will be replaced with some of the deep insights and thoughts behind this comic. There’s gonna be all about how the giants represent fear of commitment and how the knit sweaters symbolize hope in the midst of a global financial crisis. It’s gonna be deep and thought provoking. Even controversial at times. But for now you’ll have to do with this temporary text. I’m sorry.
Well, it’s time for what I hope will become a reoccurring event – “the Christmas rhubarb”. A yearly Christmas themed edition of Anyone for Rhubarb? and my very own Christmas gift for you. Yes, I’m a bit of a cheapskate. Nevertheless, I hope you enjoy and have yourself a super merry Christmas. Oh, and of course we all know the most powerful Santa Claus lives on the North Pole.