Dear Stan and the Gang,
I was reading Avengers vs. X-Men when I noticed something strange. Wolverine is seen wearing the gutted carcass of a polar bear as he treks through the Antarctic drinking beer after being tossed out of a plane by Captain America, but, as we all know, Polar bears live in the Arctic, not the Antarctic. Luckily, there is a rational explanation for this. As we know, Iceman is one of the most poweful (and gayest) mutants in the world, as evidenced by various writers telling us so while neglecting to demonstrate it in any believable way in comics. While Bobby and Logan are at odds in this conflict, they are still friends, and when Bobby felt with his Ice Sense that poor Logan was freezing in the Antarctic, he constructed a polar bear shaped snow-coat to keep Wolvie warm. So obviously, this was not an editorial screw-up, but just a subtle example of the conflicts of emotion being felt by these characters in such trying times.
So, do I win a no prize?
Until Rob Liefeld writes and draws three or more titles at the Distinguished Competition, make mine Marvel!
San Francisco, CA
I LOVE BLUD BLOOD! - Rob Liefeld
some idiot on facebook wrote:I don't like your belittling tone, Jude. Just because I don't know how to spell the language of some tiny African nation doesn't mean that I'm wrong in thinking that your attitude towards women is 100% wrong. Obviously, you're some skinny, single nerd living on the East Coast who probably derives value in life from wrestling matches, hoping that Wolverine gets to sleep with teenagers and engaging in casual drug use. You're literally the worst thing to happen to comics since Stan Lee.