|The nerve of some people.|
The nerve of some people.
Oct. 27th, 2006 @ 02:32 am
Some scurvy charlatan on Wikipedia was foolish enough to contradict my extensive comic book knowledge. Moreover, he/she/it DARED to accuse _me_ of vandalism. So, to prove my assertion that Issue #75 was when Ninja High School started being printed in full color, I present the following pictures:|
First, the front cover of issue 74. You'll notice the "74" in the upper left corner; That's how you can tell.
Opening the book, we see only black and white.
Turning to the back cover, we see an add for the next issue. A superstitious mind might take those words "MONTHLY FULL COLOR" to be an omen of sorts.
Next, we see the front cover of issue 75. Again, the number "75" is a subtle clue.
And what do we see when we open the book?
Moving right along, here's issue 101:
When we open it, again, we see black and white.
In conclusion, if you're going to argue with me, don't be a jackass about it. I'm half tempted to dig out the "Perfect Memory" specials and rewrite the whole damned article out of pure spite, but it's late.
Addendum: You may think I was unreasonably harsh in correcting the bozo in question, but believe me, it was necessary. Wikipedia is like prison: If you show weakness, the other editors will shiv you and steal your pudding cup.
|Date:||October 27th, 2006 02:24 pm (UTC)|| |
So NHS started being printed in full color at 75, then stopped sometime later?
Such is one of my conclusions, yes. Though it may fly in the face of Papal Writ, Science Does Not Lie!
Mike, if this is what is getting you so worked up lately, maybe you need to get a job or something...maybe they will need some holiday help at a store that sells legos? Then you can at least get paid for it :)
If I get a Real Job, I'll be able to afford more comics...
|Date:||August 28th, 2007 06:35 am (UTC)|| |
Nearly a year later...
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