I take my colorblocking very literally.
There was a time when newspapers thought it was cool to run photos of crime scenes with doodles superimposed over them showing what might have led up to the murder.
Here’s how singer Lesley Gore debuted her 1967 song “California Nights” — as Pussycat, Catwoman’s sexy sidekick on two episodes of the old Adam West Batman series. And that’s weird enough on its own, but Gore’s role also foreshadows the lesbian sidekick Catwoman would get in the comics decades later.
There was a time when Immature Radioactive Samurai Slugs seemed like high parody.
Just slightly bummed that Takamaru is only in Smash Bros. as an assist. But happy that he’s being remembered.
The intersection of Pac-Man, 7-Up, Kim Carnes and Bette Davis that you’ve been waiting for. (Via Topless Robot.)
I’m not going to say that the TV movie sequel to Rosemary’s Baby is terrible. I’ll just say that this is the final shot of the movie, and in the context of everything that comes before it, it doesn’t seem noticeably crappier than anything else.
Also, it’s terrible.
You can watch the whole thing on YouTube, for what it’s worth.
— “If we made the vegetables look like horrible monsters, do you think people would be more likely to buy out product?”
— “Yeah, makes sense to me.” (at Gelsons Mkts.)