No, that was actually Xorn's evil twin brother, possessed by the sentient mold Sublime, pretending to be me, pretending to be Xorn.
, X-Men: Death Becomes Them
), regarding his supposed death. note
William Shakespeare did not exist. His plays were masterminded in 1589 by Francis Bacon, who used a Ouija board to enslave play-writing ghosts.
: How come we can see you every day, but we need this to see [other ghosts]? Carrie
: Because I was born
a ghost! Duh! Darwin
: How does that
: Duh! *beat* Actually, I have no idea.
Well, that answers that question, and raises so many others.
: That's impossible. Nothing can go faster than the speed of light. Farnsworth
: No, no, no, of course not. That's why scientists increased the speed of light in 2092.
The Loch Ness Monster is a submarine. Driven by Bigfoot.
That's what a voodoo shark
is — when your story depends on something so moronic, that there's no way of explaining it without resorting to something that's equally
As Theodore Rex explained, all dinosaurs are mildly psychic
when it comes to other dinosaurs. Josh:
I'm really glad you went back to pick up that plot detail, because the movie wouldn't make a lick of sense without it. Jack:
Also, I don't want to brush over what Rich Evans has just said... (everyone guffaws)
These are not just dinosaurs living in the future; they are psychic, talking dinosaurs. Rich:
That concept has no payoff other than it's his only motivation to go on the case.
Our mysterious whispering immortal and his band of merry men find Connor and other immortals strapped to these tables underground. He seeks out Connor, then—takes all their heads?! Wait, t-t-this is holy ground
, right? HE CAN'T DO THAT! Spoony:
He just did. Pat: (whining)
But he can't! Spoony: (admiringly)
You heard the man! He "doesn't care about the rules!
That's not how it works! Are you sure it's holy ground?? Spoony:
Well, it has to be; there's monks with machine guns
running around. Pat:
Ah, I guess you're right. That makes se—HUH???
Then we finally get an actual explanation for why the Federation is working with our plastic surgery addicted villains
: The Head-Staplers have the technology to harvest whatever the hell is in the rings, and the Federation doesn't. Since the planet is in Federation territory, a partnership was formed. We also learn that the harvesting will make the planet uninhabitable. And if the Head-Staplers just establish a colony of their own on the planet, it'll take ten years for the rings to begin to take effect. Is it just me, or is this script roughly 90% about plugging up all its own plot holes?
It turns out their lead suspect is married to a guy who Billy
molested as a child, which I guess...explains his...psy...chic...link—I dunno, I dunno, I'm trying to make sense of it but I can't. "What the hell is going on with this psychic thing?" I don't know.
No, seriously: Why
does he have a psychic link...to the husband
...of a boy...he molested as a child? I know he's a priest. But priests don't have telepathy...I don't think....so
Lex doesn’t even have any reason to not like Clark now. The only thing that made him a bad person was Lionel and Clark being to dick to him
for his whole life. But now he has NO MEMORY OF ANYTHING
. He should be a decent guy! David
: Or a drooling invalid. Chris
: They’ve seriously taken away any reason he had to be evil, and just end up making him evil anyway. Like, it would actually be better if we got a scene where he finds a letter to himself that’s just a picture of Clark that says 'THIS GUY SUCKS
' to explain it.
What this comic tries to do is convince everyone that Scrier is in fact a cult-like organization...All of the Scriers dress and look alike
, see, so whenever you saw Scrier appearing to mysteriously travel somewhere, it was really a different guy. Seriously. Totally. Even that time you saw him walk through motherfucking walls. That was just… super-technology
. Fucking hell, it’s like Marvel editorial wanted to solve the problem of a villain being convoluted and making no sense by seeing if they could get him to make even less sense.
See, I loved how they tried to explain things away from the first game, but ended up fucking things up more.
Why did the Wailord dropped a boulder on Bubble's adoptive mother Swampert? A:
the boulder was attached to that Wailord's underbelly, like Barnicles, and in its leap over Mama Swampert, the boulder detached itself.
"I think you just dug the plothole even deeper"