I know Invinciblepresent Atom Even and Rex Splode #2 came out awhile ago, but I’m just now getting around to mocking the cover. In the first issue of Atom Eve the title character was introduced as a little kid, even though the cover showed an adult in a provocative pose. I didn’t even look in the issue, but based on my past experiences I bet that Atom Eve isn’t really pregnant like the cover clearly shows. She looks pretty angry too. Is she upset because of her pregnancy, her mismatched hands, or her dislocated hip?
Monday, September 26, 2011
Friday, September 23, 2011
Monday, September 19, 2011
I thought I should wait to build up my flexibility before attempting the Psylocke Pose. Since I decided I didn’t want to cut off my left arm, I figured it would be okay for me to balance on it. If I had PhotoShop, I could have erased it.
First of all, it’s pretty difficult to turn one’s upper torso the same direction as one’s rear end. I wouldn’t recommend it. Second of all, I could barely hold my right arm up that high when my spine was all twisted, so there was no way I was going to try to hold a sword. I was injuring myself just my twisting and turning and putting a lot of pressure on my kneecaps, and I didn’t want to add something heavy and pointy into the equation. Thirdly, my head is turned a little too far, but I thought my expression was pretty funny.
Friday, September 16, 2011
I’m a little concerned about Superman’s skin. Does he have any? Do any of the men in the Legion have skin, or is it very thin and their costumes are painted on with latex body paint? There must be something wrong with Superman and the other male superheroes because we shouldn’t be able to see all of their muscles with such clarity. The women don’t seem to have this disease or disorder because I can’t see their musculature. Unless of course in the superhero universe male superheroes are so strong their muscles show through their skin and clothes and female superheroes are weak and frail.
Monday, September 12, 2011
Friday, September 9, 2011
Not only is Spider-Man a nerdy photographer who is part spider, but he is also a contortionist. The Spider-Man Pose from Ultimate Spider-Man is for Advanced Superhero Yoga. The best I could do is a modified version, otherwise known as the Half Spider-Man.
This pose requires flying through the air, but balancing on one fist is an acceptable modification. Since this is impossible, I had to balance on another foot. I was also unable to hitch my leg around my right shoulder, and I also failed at hyper extending my left elbow. At least I was able to do the web-slinging mudra!