“…but this romper is far from the air force jumpsuit and may be closer to our baby’s rubber ducky onesie.”
“Sometimes this content climbs to the precipice and we are left with an iconic scene that you will have no qualms about keeping in the annals of your mind forever.”
“Its a logical idea to cast someone who has experience in being a villain in a comic book movie.”
“Don’t worry about the judgement of the pretentious parenting police who judge you when you get to baseball practice five minutes too late with a kid whose shirt is untucked and hair is unbrushed, all while he’s taking his last bite of his McDonald’s Happy Meal cheeseburger that you picked up on your way to take kid number 3 to dance practice.”
After the Golden and Silver ages of comics; the comic book industry itself has long been getting more and more comfortable with putting out more and more violent material.
I would grow to hate little dogs due to my grandmother’s half chihuahua – half feist – all demon possessed Hellhound that would growl at us and bite at our feet if we moved too quickly.