Always remember, Elan: it doesn't matter if you win or lose, as long as you look really cool doing it!
Two things. First, Ron Wizard is my City of Heroes
character, and he's a Bad Ass
. Second, top right, that's an ent with a helicopter head.
That would be Abe Lincoln with a chainsaw fighting a wooly mammoth. Sorry for the small panel.
Oh. How stupid of me. That was the sound of chainsaw nunchuks.
I believe everything that sounds cool enough.
My body carries an electric charge of over 10 million volts! (aside glance)
Why? WHO CARES, IT LOOKS COOL!
I see you out there. You're wondering if you should buy Prototype.
You're on the fence. 'Should I buy it? I don't know!' I can help you with that. In Prototype,
you can do a karate kick
on a helicopter.
WHAT THE FUCK ELSE DO YOU WANT?!
One of the major canons of construction for RPG
rules is: Always err on the side of awesome. Therefore, applying this, the Laser Jellyfish can definitely fly up out of the water.
is a human shark
. I have a robotic hand
that can shoot laz0rs
. Why the hell am I so impressed by people fighting dinosaurs? Asagi:
...Dude, they have a spaceship that can turn into a semitruck. That's still pretty kickass, in my opinion.
allegedly only included horses so that he might get to ride one
(ďbe one with the horseĒ
), but it lends the movie a nice western quality...Shatner originally proposed that the horses on Nimbus III would receive prosthetic to make them look like unicorns Ė perhaps suggesting that the western imagery was incidental, and it was all part of a failed attempt to provide us with a shot of James T. Kirk riding a unicorn. There are, I suppose, worse reasons to make a film.
Bruce turns to a window, and sees the Bat-signal. What a miracle of engineering that thing is. Whatever building Bruce is in, he always, always, always
has a perfect view of it.
Between the jump kick, smoking jacket, mood lighting created by glowing skulls, interesting shelving and that oil painting, this might be the greatest number of my favorite things to ever appear on a movie screen at once. Wait, Batman never ate pizza on-screen, did he?
By the way, Greggggg finally did see Snowpiercer
this week and promptly bitched about the economic feasibility of an ice world future train. Now, if you will excuse me, I have to go ram my hand through a table saw.
This is the culmination of cars, track, electric motors and gravity all wrapped into one giant ball of sheer what-the-fuckery. We've examined the photos and we've even watched this commercial for the thing and still have no idea what's going on. It is awesome, however, so we really couldn't care less how it works.
I think we need to take a moment and simply say that Batman is fighting dudes on T-Rexes while flying on a giant bat. Despite whatever confusion surrounds this moment, this is possibly the best two-page spread in comics history.
: I am honesty not even sure how I feel about this guy. On the one hand, this is quite possibly the stupidest way they couldíve done a live-action Deadshot, as a crazy steampunk
cowboy with a Cable
scar over his eye and magic bullets that turn into little missiles
when he fires them. But on the other hand, itís so ridiculously over the top that I canít help but kinda love it. This is what Deadshot wouldíve been if heíd shown up in last summerís terrible Jonah Hex
: That first scene, where he fires a bullet into Cat Grantís tailpipe? That was kind of awesome in how dumb it was.
—ComicsAlliance on Smallville
The Cyber King.
He's a bit naff, isn't he? Don't get me wrong, the visualisation of his ascendance is faultless. From the physical sets rising with a beautiful woman at its heart
to the painstakingly recreated version of Victorian London in CGI for him to trash as he marches through the town, the impressive budget is very much there on screen. If you are five years old this would probably be the pinnacle of Doctor Who
for you, an enormous Transformer
style Cyberman blowing an entire town to bits
. It doesn't get more 'Cor! Wow!
' than that. But if you have reached adolescence and your brain can skip over spectacle to good sense
then the entire climax is just a mess of implausibility, embarrassment and lunacy.
"Plus he went into battle with a shield that also doubled as a flamethrower, and this is a point that I can't possibly emphasize enough."
But it's tough to really care about questions like, "Why did that happen?" or even "What's going on?" when you're constantly interrupted by 'Oh my goodness! Giant robots! Wheeee!'
— Peter Suderman
, reviewing the 2007 film adaptation of Transformers
"...Saito, the resident sniper, gets more time to shine because he's a sniper and only has one eye, and snipers with only one eye are cool."
"I- Wha- .... You know what? Screw it. That was awesome."
...who is Gertrude Yorkes?
Well, sheís a purple haired owner of a psychic Deinonychus, daughter of two time-traveling supervillains, and a future leader of the Avengers. If that isnít enough to sell you on her, I donít know what to tell you.
"We don't know exactly how this works, and the artist probably didn't either, but it sure does look cool!"
"We reject physics in the name of awesome!"
Although the show is a fantasy, sometimes they ask a bit much for you to suspend your disbelief...But then again, sometimes the silliness produces spectacularly awesome results. Boom!
Guy with a flamethrower. Zing! Vampire Jack the Ripper.
Isn't METEOR, like, the ultimate spell
in Final Fantasy
, the one that reportedly, like, causes the apocalypse of the world
if you use it? And I just dropped it on Satan three times. But the real
deathblow comes from Zell's kung-fu. Because swords and meteors are one thing, but a good Chuck Norris
roundhouse to the jaw will finish anything — even TEH DEVIL. And in true Pokemon
fashion, as soon as you kick a major monster's ass it serves
you, even the Devil.
Harry breaks into a party for...reasons to infiltrate...things...They catch wise because Arnold is not good at The Stealth
, and before you know it, WHOOOOOA
evil German henchmen on skis because why not?
So now the director has shown these two images, of Muslim
origin respectively, it's likely that he's establishing the core belief system of the film as being derived from the quasi-Orientalist teachings of early New Age philosophy contemporary to this time. Or it just looks cool.
To me, this is about as close to perfection as a music video can get. I mean, God. This is unbelievable. Why is he suddenly singing? What is he even doing there? Suddenly, none of that really matters. We are just sunken into the kickass amounts of awesomeness this whole scene displays.
— The Nostalgia Critic
, referring to the Smooth Criminal scene in Moonwalker
The irrationalities involved in Odysseus' being put ashore in The Odyssey
would be manifestly intolerable if a second-rate poet had composed them, but as it is [Homer
] conceals the absurdity with other good qualities, and makes it a source of pleasure.
While it will feel
ridiculous...it will look
The Cool Stuff Theory of Literature is as follows: All literature consists of whatever the writer thinks is cool. The reader will like the book to the degree that he agrees with the writer about what's cool. And that works all the way from the external trappings to the level of metaphor, subtext, and the way one uses words. In other words, I happen not to think that full-plate armor and great big honking greatswords are cool. I don't like 'em. I like cloaks and rapiers. So I write stories with a lot of cloaks and rapiers in 'em
, 'cause that's cool. Guys who like military hardware, who think advanced military hardware is cool, are not gonna jump all over my books, because they have other ideas about what's cool.
The novel should be understood as a structure built to accommodate the greatest possible amount of cool stuff.
— Steven Brust