Posts Tagged ‘Wrath’
TREK: The Wrath of Khan
And so we therefore begin our first roundtable review of Two Weeks of Trek, inviting any and all robots to give their opinion on this film. Citizen-Bot: This is one of my favorites. It really is classic, and for a lot of good reasons. I always loved …
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A Brief History of the Human Torch
Instead of Johnny, HERBIE the robot took his place on the team. This lead to the urban myth … Also artists went back to alter earlier Fantastic Four comics to prevent any similarity between Storm and Hammonds flame on appearance. This leads me onto …
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Frankly, we’d advise against crossing anyone given to costumed superheroics, but a policy is a policy. Book selling giant Barnes & Noble has begun pulling select DC Comics from store shelves this week, in response to a deal struck between the publisher and Amazon, which will make digital copies of a number of comics exclusively available through the online retailer for use with the forthcoming Kindle Fire. The move is part of Barnes & Noble’s policy to remove physical books from its shelves if the available digital version of the text is not offered up to the company. According to an exec, “To sell and promote the physical book in our store showrooms and not have the e-book available for sale would undermine our promise to Barnes & Noble customers to make available any book, anywhere, anytime.” J’onn J’onzz has yet to weigh in on the matter.
If Star Trek II taught us anything, it’s that sometimes, when someone taunts you enough, you just have to whip out your communicator and scream KHHHHHAAAAANNNNN. This Wrath of Khan Replica Communicator Device was used in one of the most famous movies of all time and now you can reenact that scene anytime you want.
When you open it up, you’ll hear â€œKHAAAAN!!!â€ screaming from it with flashing lights, and phrases from Uhura, Kirk, and Spock. It works in Voice Clip Mode, Screaming Kirk Mode, and Hail/Call-Back function. When closed or opened, it chirps. Get your nerd on with this famous replica.
It will cost you $37.99 this November.
Props to SlipperyBrick.com