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Monday, December 31, 2012
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Hey, everyone! Well, I'm putting together the list of 15 more Screw-Ups of AT4W. While I've been keeping a tally of mistakes I've made (usually the stuff that gets the most comments on it), I've added it up and it seems I only have about 13 or 14 that I thought were worthy of comment!
Well, because it's possible that I missed out on something or forgot something I made a horrible error on (or just something that bugs you about how the show is being run, I am once more opening the flood-gates. What are some mistakes I've made, be it historical, misinterpreting lines, or just things that I should have seen coming that you think I need to apologize for.
So, on this Christmas Eve, contemplate my failures, let me know here, and be sure to watch the Christmas episode that's right below this one! =D Read more!
Posted by Lewis Lovhaug at 2:46 PM
Saturday, December 22, 2012
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Monday, December 3, 2012
Less an "adventure" and more "Superman invades people's privacy and doesn't punish the villains."
NOTE: Many people have been quick to point out that historically, the use of "X" for Xmas has historical connotations and has been done for hundreds of years, so it's not like it's some vast conspiracy to take Christ out of Christmas, in particular that "X" is Greek for the first part of Christ, the Ch.
HOWEVER, I would argue that unless you're WRITING in Greek, the replacement of Christ with "X" has no real function in a modern-day capacity, seeing as (at least I am and the comic is) it's being written here IN MODERN ENGLISH. There's something to be said for using it for space-saving purposes, yet in the comic they flip-flop and use it both ways for no real reason. But whatever, I'm just pointing out that you can start making a gajillion comments about other things now, like how Clark's parents were dead in the Golden Age continuity.