An episode involving trolling, movie talk and toronto.
An episode where Sabretooths are discussed during Messi goals.
Unless you’ve been living on the blue side of the moon you already know that Marvel is planning to kill off their most notorious character starting in September. Originally spoiled by Entertainment Weekly right before this year’s C2E2, Marvel will release a four issue mini-series that promises a bloody end to everyone’s favorite regenerating mutant. Written by Charles Soule and all-star veteran Steve McNiven, ‘Death of Wolverine’ will mark the end of the world famous character throughout Marvel’s current continuity. For how long, only Marvel knows. Personally, I hope they bring back Professor X before attempting ‘Wolverine: Rebirth’. In the meantime we will have ‘The Logan Legacy’ to look forward to. A five issue series, ‘The Logan Legacy’ will follow the after affect of Wolverine’s death through the eyes of X-23, Mystique, Sabertooth, Lady Deathstrike and Daken. If the death of Captain America taught us anything, it’s that this series will more than likely mimic the Fallen Solider mini-series that explored the five stages of grief via much more interesting characters than the ones featured in ‘The Logan Legacy’ (with the exception of Sabertooth).
For now all we can do is keep our fingers crossed for a brutal killfest before it all ends. We’ll keep you updated as the hype surrounding this book escalates across every comic related news feed on the internet.
An episode where gnarly comic moments are discussed.
An episode where weddings are discussed
Where Rob gives it straight.
An episode of humps and dumps for the Summer 2014
An episode where things lose their luster.
An episode where the Carter-Knowles bond is mocked.
An episode where dirty jobs, Baltimore women and Baltimore plays are discussed.
An episode where penis vandalism, girlfriend apps and marrying dead fiancee’s are discussed.
Failblazer | (noun) – someone who finds new ways to fail
Murtaughing | (verb) – taken from Lethal Weapon mythos, when someone is too old for something
Working cases | (verb) – multiple dates in one day
Pro bono | (noun) – friends with benefits
Lawyering up | (verb) – getting a date; a verbal contract for sex
Fallout shelter communication | (noun) – a series of sniffs and grunts that equate discernable conversation; the post conversation after a break-up
Hurling it | (verb) – taken from the Hurley mythos, innocuous conversation filled with cliches to get good information
Ray Charles leading Stevie Wonder | (idiom) – the blind leading the blind
Shitizens | (noun) – large shits, could be it’s own person; awful, indifferent people
Trail of tears | (noun) – crop dusting
Licking stamps | (verb) – cunniglingus
Mailman | (noun) – a guy willing to have sex under any condition
Milkman | (noun) – can cum on command
Malegorithm/galgorithm | (noun) – the metrics on whether a guy or gal is hot; odds of getting a man or women