Thursday, August 12, 2010

A Surprise Package (And Post)

We're turning on this blog again temporarily to show you a fantastic shipment we just received* at Supermegadio!!!!! world headquarters from one of our loyal readers. Let's take a look, shall we. That's a pretty big package.** Heavy, too. See:I wonder who it's from...
I know who it's from now. Can you see the tell-tale sign?
Yup, our good friend Adam "The Wolfson" Wolfson. And, he spent a pretty penny to send it, too.
I wonder what was worth spending that much money to send cross-country. Let's open and see.
Almost there... Could it be...?
Yes! Throwback Mountain Dew! Four cases of Throwback Mountain Dew to be exact. It's Dew-licious!***
Thanks Adam Wolfson!

*Ok, yesterday.
**Settle down.
***And blurry, too.

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Supermegadio!!!!! Discussion Question

Who do you think is the most electable Republican candidate running for president right now and why?* And no putting Hilary; only people actually running for the Republican nomination, you jerks!

*Dio's not an answer either!**
**That's right! Dio is so awesome he is a Democrat, a Republican, and an independent all at once! Makes everyone else look like sucker!

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Roberto, This One's For You

Enjoy! And squeal like a little girl while you're at it, too!

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Good Speech

This is a speech given by JFK basically saying that it's ok to vote for him even though he's a Catholic. Rachel Maddow was talking about this last night on her radio show based upon the fact that Mitt Romney is due to give a speech with similar intent. I was blown away by this speech* by Kennedy, not just about his Catholicism, but about religion's role in public life in America. Here's a quote (or two):
I believe in an America where the separation of church and state is absolute--where no Catholic prelate would tell the President (should he be Catholic) how to act, and no Protestant minister would tell his parishoners for whom to vote--where no church or church school is granted any public funds or political preference--and where no man is denied public office merely because his religion differs from the President who might appoint him or the people who might elect him.

(and later-supermegadio!!!!!)
But let me stress again that these are my views--for contrary to common newspaper usage, I am not the Catholic candidate for President. I am the Democratic Party's candidate for President who happens also to be a Catholic. I do not speak for my church on public matters--and the church does not speak for me.

Man, it would be nice to hear something like this today. Who knew this nation was once on the road to a more progressive view of religion? And, he probably wrote this himself!

*Keep in mind it was 1960 and apparently there were only Catholics, Protestants, and Jews in America at that time.

Friday, November 30, 2007

I'll Take Twelve!

In this article, newly DC comics exclusive artist Aaron Lopresti,* lists the DC characters he'd like to work on:
“I really like anything except tech loaded stuff,” Lopresti said. “I could see myself on Batman, The Creeper, Metamorpho. Plastic Man, Kilowog, something like Swamp Thing, Deadman (Neal Adams version), Uncle Sam (Reed Crandall version), Warlord, Fin Fang Foom vs. Gorilla Grodd Treasury Edition, the Spectre (Jim Corrigan only) and maybe even Superman in the right situation.”
Did you read that closely? If you don't think that the idea of a super-intelligent, super-strong telepathic talking Gorilla fighting a acid-spewing, super-strong, shape-shifting space dragon** isn't three kinds of awesome,*** then you should just shoot yourself, because your spirit is already dead!

**In short shorts!
***Although they'd probably fuck it up by putting some writer on it who would overly explain how these two creatures from separate universes meet-up and/or have heroes trying to stop them.
****Kinda a cheap shot, but more about the 'newly exclusive artist/writer' stories that pop-up on newsarama all the time about every single person whether big or not.*****
*****Not that Mr. Lopresti isn't big or isn't a good artist. I just never really heard of him. And, here, that's what matters.

All Kinds Of Awesome!!!!!

That's what this is!

Thursday, November 29, 2007


Abortion, abortion.
Abortion, abortion.
Abortion, abortion.
Abortion, abortion.
Abortion, abortion.
Abortion, abortion.
Abortion, abortion.
Abortion, abortion.
Abortion, abortion, abortion, abortion. ABORTION!!!!!

Monday, November 19, 2007


So, last night's Simpsons was the one featuring Alan Moore, Art Spiegelman, and Dan Clowes. I haven't watched a new episode of the Simpsons in a long, long time. But, it was ok. Not as good as it used to be, but not as bad as all get out.* The best bit by far was when Milhouse approaches Alan Moore to sign his copy of "Watchbabies: V for Vacation!" (with baby versions of the Watchmen surfing) forcing Moore into an anti-corporate rage only to be soothed by a Little Lulu comic.

*I have no idea what this means.

Friday, November 16, 2007

Really, It Should Be C-3PO

But, this is still awesome!* I got it from the newsarama blog.

*But, I don't want one!

Thursday, November 8, 2007


Anyone out there moving this weekend: Have a good trip and a good move!!!!!*

*You've got to move it, move it! You've got to move it, move it! You've got to move it, move it! You've got to...MOVE IT!!!!!