Yellow Hulk

In the least surprising secret character reveal since Sam Wilson as the next Captain America or Jane Foster as the next Thor…the next Hulk will be Amadeus Cho, that smart Asian kid that’s been hanging around Hulk books for the last decade.

Which is kind of neat, and – with apologies to Sunfire, Armor, Jubilee, Grace Choi, and Jimmy Woo – it’s notable to see a mainstream Asian superhero that isn’t just super because they are sexy Asian ladies (Jade) or know martial arts (Katana, Cassandra Cain, Shang-Chi) or both (’92 Psylocke 4EVA). Or also just super because they are like really really smart like…Amadeus Cho. (And the fourth Atom, Ryan Choi, but no one cares about him, dead or alive.)

It almost feels like pandering though, having the Hulk become a Korean kid in a comic written and drawn by two Korean dudes. What a fun time Greg Pak and Frank Cho will have. Plus colourist Sonia Oback!

That’s worth a pick up or two though I guess…?

Asian Hulk!

What a world.

– This is a video of a Russian dude remaking the awesome docking scene from Interstellar. I think there is a joke here about the quality of the Russian space program, but I can’t quite find it.

Hell’s Club is a crazy mash-up video of club scenes across various movies, and I don’t really know what else to say other than…it’s just very good, go watch it. You can do anything with colour correction! Though I suspect the consistent sound editing is the real unsung hero here. Sound editing…or the immortal visage of Tom Cruise. Hard to say.

– There’s a lot of videos out there dubbing popular songs over unlikely characters with varying degrees of amusement, but for some reason this one got me pretty good. Would you be interested in Hypnotize dubbed over Earl Sinclair from the 1991 to 1994 television series featuring puppet dinosaurs? I mean, why wouldn’t you? It’s too late, you’ve already clicked it. Another fun fact – Jessica Walter actually starred as the mother of the family, Fran.

Is Thor going to be there?

Reply

About

Destined to fight the world's evil, The WAMBAG endures massive battles involving impossible stunts, races on horse-pulled carriages, and the desecration of enchanting medieval castles (all done with dizzying computer graphics). Not only does the eye candy keep on coming, the tongue-in-cheek writing and deep Transylvanian accents perfect the film with a dose of dark humor.

Search

Subscribe

Atom, RSS 1.0, RSS 2.0 - no idea what the difference is.

Tagboard (!?!)

Apparently PHP7 doesn't support the same function calls I wrote in 2008? I should fix this at some point.

Recent Posts

Archives