Zack: The description reads like someone writing down a dream they had.
Steve: And then I was a baby too and then Cyclops turned into an action figure I had to get to my mom and then storm and me were in a stroller together and then a dinosaur cop tried to arrest us and so we escaped into a Candy Land game.
Zack: Marvel back then loved characters like Mojo that allowed them to "play with reality" and by that I mean allowed them to be horribly lazy writers. They would have Wolverine eating a sandwich and fighting some guy in a bar and then cut away to an infinite alien eating a planet and then the alien's baby would be on earth turning cars into dogs for no reason.
Steve: I remember the Beyonder cropping up where he wasn't wanted all the time.
Zack: Much as I hate to admit, it would be funny to see him popping into the overly serious X-men movies.
Steve: They can work him into the next Hulk reboot.
Zack: He can give Hulk a pair of stretch jeans.
Evil Cooper and Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov have both been on a rampage, but who did what?
"Your left eye," the optometrist casually explained while blasting my face with a blue laser at point blank range, "is farsighted and shaped like an eyeball. The other eye is nearsighted and shaped like a football. Not even a good football."
Zack Parsons, Steve "Malak" Sumner, and friends tackle bizarre role playing game products that make them wonder, "What the fuck!?" From the early days of Gygax to contemporary role playing games, none will be spared.