Issue 9: Paradoxes

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Hair Club for X-Men

Many of you might be asking right now, "Doesn't the Blob have hair? What is Karnov doing fighting the X-Men?" Well, the easy answer is that this is actually the Ultimate Universe's incarnation of the Blob. Then you might be asking why Beast is alive. But really, this strip takes place somewhere inbetween the Fatal Attractions and Phalanx Covenant storylines, when the Blob got his entire body waxed. If you didn't know that then you're not a true X-fan.

Sorry again for the late posting; Mike just got internet again so it's been hard to coordinate things. I would have drawn the strip, but it's so horribly cliche to have crappily drawn filler strips when the artist needs a break/more time/whatever on webcomics. Also, stick-figure versions of the Blob and Juggernaut just don't cut it.

As for the strip itself, one of my fond childhood memories is of going to the arcade at the movie theater because they had the X-Men arcade game. You know, the one with two screens and like six people could all play at once and also somehow Colossus's super move was to radiate like a freaking supernova. If my nostalgia isn't corrupting the accuracy of my memories, when fighting the Blob as a boss all he says is "NOTHING MOVES THE BLOB!" over and over again until you beat him. You know he's dying because he flashes red faster and faster, just like in real life! Or was that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle game? Anywho that game was awesome, as is that quote. Not to mention when he bursts from the wall like Kool-Aid man. OH YEAH!

Grant Morrison Stole Our Joke!!!

So I was reading All-Star Superman #3 today, and Superman got asked a riddle along the same lines of "what happens when something unstoppable hits something immobile"? I forget how he responded, but I think his answer involved Beast using big words. Either that or 12th dimensional beings who travel through quantum tunnels in time. We're on to you, Grant Morrison! 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.