Issue 8: Cyclops Gets Herpes

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Cosmic Herpes

Sorry for the late strip. Hopefully this week we will be "relatively" on time. Truth be told, Mike moved out of his parent's basement last weekend, so this comic was trapped on his computer for a while. He doens't have any Internet for this week so it might interfere with the next strip.

I have nothing to say specifically to this strip, except you're all probably complaining that Wolverine couldn't get an STD because of his healing factor. The thing is that Pheonix has cosmic herpes, so Wolverine can't heal cosmic STDs. So none of you get a No Prize.

Of course Wolverine can apparently heal from getting ripped in half by Ultimate Hulk. So maybe he'll be able to deal with cosmic herpes. I wonder what's worse, cosmic herpes, or getting ripped in half. Hopefully I'll never have to make that choice.

If you haven't seen V For Vendetta in the theaters, I recommend it. I haven't read the original comic, but I highly enjoyed it. It made me think that maybe it was possible to make a good movie out of an Alan Moore comic. I was pretty worried when Moore pulled his name off the movie, especially after League of Extraordinary Gentlemen made my eyes bleed, but I think V was done well. Once again, I'm not sure how much was changed from the comic, so it might be totally suck if you're a diehard fan of the comic.

The Burning

I also saw V for Vendetta, and I just have to say that I was bored the entire time through. My friend next to me asked why my crotch was glowing the entire movie; it was because I was text messaging people. A lot of other people have told me they loved the movie. To each his own, I guess. The cinematography was well done, but it just couldn't hold my attention for a damn. I haven't read the comic, mostly because I'd been told it'd bore me as well. At least someone else paid for my ticket. :)

As for this week's strip, all I'm going to say is I've heard redheads are also called "firecrotches". That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

I Love the 90's

Onslaught Returns!!

I wouldn't have thought this would have happened in a million years. Yet I strangely find myself excited for the prospect. When I was in High School/Middle School, Age of Apocalpyse and Onslaught totally dominated most of my comic knowledge. I was so excited for Heroes Reborn, and the revelation of the X-Traitor, I guess I never stopped to think that Rob Liefeld couldn't draw. I'm sort of hoping they do it right this time. (though for some reason they picked Liefeld and not Jim Lee)

Still Heroes Reborn ranks up with the story ideas that I thought had major promise but ended up one like one big turkey. Sort of like Superman Blue and the Spidey-Clone. Unlike most people I think the Spidey-Clone had a lot of potential until they decided to replace Peter with Ben. I mean what's better than Spider-Man?...TWO Spider-Mans!!

I'm really excited for Bendis' Ultimate Clone Saga later this year. I'll finally be able to say "SEE! The Clone Saga was an awesome idea! It was just written by FOOLS!" Of course if it sucks as bad as the original...I'm going to go back in time and delete this post. When it is awesome, you must give me props.

Shock you, Florida!!!

For those of you that live in a hole, the Gators destroyed the Bruins yesterday in the NCAA Championship game. :( I was quite sad. The only cool thing to come out of it, besides the fact that I made second in my pool, was that I almost got arrested. Apparently walking around Westwood with a tree branch is cause for 8 officers to stop you and yell at you.

Hence the Marvel 2099-stylie swearing. You gotta love fictional swear words. "Shock!" "Grife!" "Frack!" I mean, come on. That last one doesn't even try to hide what it means. Well, it tries but not very well. Maybe it's just me, but when comics or TV shows make up their own swear words to it just seems fucking lame. Real people swear, and I'd think they want realistic personalities for their characters. Are we trying to protect our children? They're gonna hear it eventually. My kids are going to learn to swear the moment they ride in the car with me. And why the fuck am I ranting about this?

So here's an awesome clip to distract you all from my being crazy (and it's relevant to the comic!). The Blackbird can f'n wiggle, and Jubilee's never looked cooler EVER. is a digital parody comic about Comic Book Characters. The original characters are owned by Marvel, DC and other respective copyright owners. PassFailStudios uses the names and images of these figures for the purposes of satire. The opinions and words expressed on this site should not be construed as text from Marvel or DC comics.