This came to our attention on our Correctness! Answers user forum.
(Note: This is a repost of the original). So now that the power lanterns of the DC Universe has opened up to various other colors and various other states of being, the it would be remiss of the Correctness not to mention a few other Lanterns that you could see appearing soon! You are welcome. Read More...
RobbieRobTown is not just another pretty face. No. Nor is he simply the undisputed master of all things regards Radioactive Lanterns. He is also a singer and songwriter. And, because you, The Correct, are so kind and loving and teeth-kicky to us, we're rewarding you with a special preview of Rob's newest song "Lost at Sea". The critics say things like "Lyrics Admin_Rock would like", and "Shiny". Listen within!
Time for some Superteam Smackdown, live from the The Correctness's new Herodome, located in sunny downtown Newville. The tailgates are up, the beer is cold, the snacks are carby, it's time for some smackdown! We have 8 classic superhero teams fighting it out to see who can claim the title. This week it's the X-Men versus the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen! Same but different! Old versus new but written old!
SWM seeks SF from space. Superheroes and Ninjas also welcome, or anyone who moves like a dancer in a slow motion hail of bullets/lasers. Ideally you are human, but if you are an alien in human form and would be willing to slum it with an earthling that would be good too. Aliens particularly welcome if you were planning an invasion of earth, but fall in love with me because “you never thought you could feel this way before” and prevent the invasion force from destroying my backwater meaningless planet. Perhaps you were confused and aroused by the sensations provided to you by your new carbon based form? Other aliens welcome: Slave women from planets with nebulous/gaseous thought-entity overlords- I will be more than happy to tell you the answer to the eternal question “what is this thing called love?”. Most non-humans from Original Series Star Trek welcome, but aliens from the rest of the Star Trek franchise are almost unanimously ugly.