You should have taken him up on that offer. I bet he'd fizzle out after about five minutes.
I mean, what is stopping him. That would be a months worth of strips I am sure.
Welll... uh first, He never dresses up and wears a tie.
And umm, second, Ryan Reynoldsisn't sexy enough to play Hal Jordan... uh, did I just say that?
"Number one, hard. Number two, big time. Number three, like an industrial strength vacuum cleaner. Number four, like my imaginary girlfriend after a couple of beers. Number five...shall I go on?"
By all means.
I can't really snark at this, as I say nearly the identical thing to my husband every night at dinner. He also wishes he'd hired that kid who'd fight anybody.
Something tells me everyone that knows this guy, everyone who works alongside him and all of his family and relatives wish that he could stand in a comic shop (or anywhere in the world) all day long ranting about why an upcoming movie will suck. Just as long as he's standing anywhere far away from them.
I agree with hiring that guy from Saturday, Tim. All comic book shops need a bouncer.
Absolutely. "Gentlemen, I'd like you to meet someone. That's Mr Guy from Saturday Strip. In our fair comic book shop he's playing the honorable and respected role of a bouncer. Oh, and gentlemen? It's clobbering time".
"Give that young man a job and make him fight people!", as my Grandpa always said.
Isn't that the reason the internet was invented?
And he may have been right