This week’s Smallville was a rerun, but rather than taking the week off from Deep Hurting, Uzi and I decided to break out some Smallvillains Classic with a look at a previous episode! We went back and forth on which episode to talk about — Uzi wanted to do the pilot and we thought about doing the oh-my-god-that-sounds-terrible Mr. Mxyzptlk episode — but in the end, as so often happen on Smallville, the male gaze won out and we watched the show’s first appearance of everyone’s favorite leggy sorceress, Zatanna!
We’ll be going back through previous episodes whenever the show takes a week off, so if you’ve got suggestions, let us know!
—Plastic Man #20, 2006
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I made sure to eat turkey, catch Santa in the parade and celebrate my annual tradition of watching Road House, but I also spent some time on Thanksgiving answering your reader questions in this week’s Ask Chris!
This time, I do my best to tackle the connection between hip-hop and comics, and finally — finally — explain my feelings about that piece of shit The Big Bang Theory in a way that is both concise and reasonable.
As always, if you’ve got a question you’d like to see me answer, just tag it on Twitter with #AskChris or shoot an email to ComicsAlliance at gmail.com with [Ask Chris] in the subject line!
As if working with Anthony Clark today wasn’t enough, our special Thanksgiving installment of Great Comics That Never Happened features the jaw-dropping art of Kevin Mellon!
So sit back, bask in the glow, and enjoy it as once again, I ruin everything with one of my puns.
One of the awesome things about working for ComicsAlliance is that I occasionally get to work with some truly phenomenal artists, and today, Anthony Clark of Nedroid and I have teamed up to bring you Ten Thanksgiving Day Parade Balloons inspired by our favorite comics!
This one was a lot of fun for me, but Anthony just killed it. Enjoy!