I read that as '...Weasley and River...'
I can just imagine all the Potter fans getting their fantasies on doll-style :P
Loving the lo fijinks style, almost an homage to comics of the past...
(If you were making an homage to a person of the gay or lesbian persuasion, would it be a homo-age?)
Perhaps Saul Tigh will be a new Doll, for those ladies who appreciate the older man WITH ONE FRAKKIN' EYE!!!
Hehe! From what I have heard from my IT-knowledgeable friend this sounds like IE6 to a tee!
Love the comic, the art is brilliant!
Ooh, ooh! Could whoever it is be rubbing a stain out with a chamois leather?
Just a thought...
Is it just me or does that last panel smack slightly of the scene in True Lies when Arnie watches Jamie Lee pole-dancing? Down even to the position of the tape-player (now remote) or am I reading too much into this?
I am. I'll leave now.
Got to throw a classic in there; Steve McQueen sliding sensuously in and out of a Dodge Charger, sleeping-with-the-enemy style?
Awesome comic btw, loved the tapes, had me a right old chuckle! Missus wasn't too impressed, it's quarter to two in the morning here!
Or, even worse, Dr. Who it and have it as a kids TV show, a la The Sarah Jane Adventures. It could be Neville's Adventures in Herbology and every week Nev defeats some dark witch/wizard with his abnormal knowledge of plantlife and along the way the kids learn stuff about potting plants and pruning petunias.
A Potter Mumorperger would be quite cool; based on the attributes you choose the sorting hat sorts you into your house and whatnot, lessons are tutorials, you learn new spells as you level up, do exams and whatnot (Fallout 3 style tutorials as the first few 'years' of your life or hours of gameplay) then you have some fun around Hogwarts, then off into the big bad game world where you choose your path, dark or light, and the game goes from there! Same as KOTOR I suppose, set the game during Voldemort's rise to power and see if you can't change the future or something. I dunno, needs some work :D
I've often pointed my naughty wand at a pair of knickers and shouted 'Alohomora!'
I don;t know squire, I think that the books are far better than the films. None of the films have been able to live up to the depth, the background, the imagination or the characters of the books, and, of course, no film can surpass a half-decent imagination when it comes to interpreting what we see when we read books.
And we can like zombies and Potter, they're not mutually exclusive. Unlike Zombies and My Little Pony. Which would be odd.