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Your Weekend Justice #127: No Ladies on That Line

It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck. It’s the podcast that records everything. Not for posterity but for the embarrassment of others. This podcast was engineered–some might say over-engineered–by experts to escort you from the work week in the most chaotic manner possible. Please note: this podcast is profane, definitely oversexed and definitely overwrought. It is wrong and unsafe. You have been warned.


Black Raazer vs. Leigh


  • Call Them
  • Hooker vs. Valentine
  • The taste of crayons
  • Leigh and dating not-Robert Smith
  • No one should follow Chuck Woolery
  • Mattress shoulders
  • Little people?
  • Summer vacations
  • The FCATs!
  • Alan Moore writes word problems
  • The three faces of Larry the Cable Guy
  • Family Ties and racism
  • The Alabama High School Graduation Exam
  • B’wana Beast mentioned…and again
  • Jon and the Navy
  • Overthinking the leather pants
  • Greed and inches
  • Justice League Dark
  • The Smiths vs. Batman
  • Christopher Lee vs. Bollywood
  • Sondheim‘s Vagina Monologues
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  • Catwoman costume blues
  • Rob’s movie report
  • Silent films and noir
  • Rox’s Hobo With a Shotgun review
  • Films with context
  • Dutch angles and lens flares
  • Film critics
  • Bill & Ted 3 — solved!
  • Battlefield Earth
  • Grocery shopping with Rob
  • Travolta‘s career retrospective
  • Aaron vs. Jonathan Rhys-Meyers vs. smugness
  • Tuffley, Joke Ninja
  • Big Trouble in Little China 2 — solved!
  • Rock Lobster!
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    • 1. The Freedom Fighters weren’t beaten to death on camera. I think only two of them died and the rest survived.
      2. Widge are you actually going to try DC’s reboot?
      3. Byrne’s Avengers West Coast ruined what was an absolutely fantastic title and turned into pure shit. Just saying.

    • By the way I am working on the Aaron and John fan fic right now and it will be posted on wejipedia soon.

    • Dan: Thanks for the comment(s).

      1. Went back and re-read that section to see if I was imagining it. That maybe one can argue that it didn’t actually happen “on camera,” although you could technically argue Sue Dibny getting raped wasn’t on camera because we only saw her struggling and none of the actual terrible dead. But no, I think if you go back you will find thus. Condor was shot through dead on panel. Phantom Lady impaled and shown impaled over the course of three panels. Human Bomb beaten to death, to a pulp, by Bizarro. Over the course of seven panels. And you can’t even say “well, it was in silhouette” because with Phantom Lady it wasn’t. They showed everything but entrails. And of course everybody survives, it’s a comic book and death is meaningless. Regardless, that level of carnage I found unnecessary. You’d think the book was written by Kirkman or something.

      2. Oh sure. There might even be a couple of books I like. My problem is not that DC is rebooting…I think I said at one point they had screwed everything up to the point where a reboot is the only way it would get fixed. I think their reasoning for the reboot is flawed and I think they are going to screw themselves in the end. And I think they’ve learned nothing from past attempts at rebooting. This is Heroes Reborn all over again. Marvel was going to eventually “Rebirth” everything and start over but the books flopped so they had to come back. What kills me is you’ve setup a universe in which literally anything can happen and yet you feel the need to “reboot” the world. Just start a new line of books–“DC Ultimate”–and go that route. That way new readers can come on board and old readers can stay happy. I don’t see how anybody wins in the DC Reboot scenario. Of course, if their sales go through the frickin’ roof, I will be the first to admit I was foolish, but I would want to dissect those numbers before I agreed. As I’ve stated before, comic companies have a tendency to swizzle numbers. And also, DC and Marvel at this point are tax write-offs for Warner and Disney respectively. They are franchise factories. So there’s no reason not to close down the lesser performing books and make new books. Anyway, huge topic. Sorry.

      3. Well, I enjoyed it. Liked it better than the flagship. Have really never liked a flagship title under Bendis’ New Avengers. But hey, that’s just me.

    • Good points man I’d be interested to hear a Widge comic podcast.

      Above: I’m proud of that.