Nicole Grey (foenix) wrote,
Nicole Grey
foenix

Absurdddity

Just when I'm thinking comics can't be any sillier, along comes Grant Morrison.

Which shouldn't really surprise me.

"Final Crisis tie-in “Superman Beyond was described by Didio as “The book Grant Morrison’s most excited about. The book is in 3-D, and it’s even in 3-D for Superman. He dies one of his eyes blue, and the other one red, so he can see everything in 3-D. You think I’m kidding? Just wait and see.”"

*looks around*

Yes, it is such a shame that we are unable to see our world in three dimensions, and if only we all could be somehow granted such mystical powers to perceive depth by dying our eyeballs...

*blinks* Oh right, I can see three dimensions.

J
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