Double Vision
March 10th, 2009

Double Vision

Subtle Swiftian commentary.

Don’t know what Swiftian means, but w/e, I think we nailed the dude’s commentary style.

Thanks to anybody who linked to us in the last week or so. If you link to us, let us know at curtofranklin@gmaill.com or thechrishaley@gmail.com so we can mutually masturbate.

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These people get it.

If I had a magazine about people and made lists about shit I would make a list in that magazine about people who get it and these people would be that list.

^ 12 Comments...

  1. Joel Priddy

    Wait, in the Zack Snyder version, shouldn’t the ending be completely lame and pointless?

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  2. chrishaley

    No, it’s just missing the sugar cube.

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  3. Tommy

    AND the cigarette crack pipe.

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  4. Joey

    wait, what?

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  5. Joey

    oh, wait, i got it!

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  6. Atticus

    Seriously this comic was SO much better with the sugar cube.

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  7. otherjoel

    Adrian Veidt found with cleaver lodged in skull

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  8. otherjoel

    movie version:”I triggered it 35 minutes ago”

    (Snyder didn’t want to confuse us by actually placing the explosion 35 minutes in the past. Comics are complicated.)

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  10. vanessa

    This comic reminds me that only costume that didn’t change was Rorschach’s… was it just that timeless, or was Zack afraid of how people might react? I mean, I’m glad, but still…

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  11. vanessa

    also, all I could see in the above link with a Lex Luthor photo was his bald cap.

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