That up there is context.
GONNA SPAM TOP IN A BAG ALL OVER YOUR DASH NOW
Here are some notes and images from Lois Lane, Girl Reporter, a pitch for a series of illustrated young adult novels I worked on a few years ago for DC Comics. Story by me, with considerable brainstorming help from my pal John Campbell, and art by Project: Rooftop fan favorite Daniel Krall.
My wonderful editor, Chris Cerasi, was a real champion of the series, which we codenamed “Project 77,” and while we had a great time working on it and finding this secret window into the DCU, it doesn’t look like the current leadership of DC is remotely interested in this kinda thing. I thought some Lois Lane fans here on the interwebs might at least like a look at what might have been…
Flawless, beautiful, Daniel Krall is secretly a magician, Dean shoots genius lasers from his eyeballs. Click if you love Lois Lane. Or if you love fun and joy. They’re… not mutually exclusive.
Bonus: Jemma’s old bad art! Ming Doyle’s old fabulous art. Ming is never not fabulous. It’s a party.
Not exactly a news article but this is too funny/interesting not to share. Stories from shows, interviews and fan accounts of how “chic” BIGBANG and their fans are. We’re not exactly sure how accurate some of the stories are so please don’t take them too seriously :P
When GD&TOP and Seungri went once on a radio program, T.O.P shared how VIPs aren’t exactly that active about voting so even if they ranked high on online charts, they didn’t have enough scores and they lost some #1 spots. Then on Seungri’s guesting on Night After Night, he shared the story of how when he once told VIPs not to chase him and they just cooly say, “Let’s go. He said not to chase him.”
BIGBANG has always been “chic” since their debut. And probably, “Like idols like fans” is also true.
14) One time, one of BB’s managers was dragging a very large bag into a van. The fans were all asking, “What’s inside the bag?” Later, they found out, it was T.O.P.