My girl friend was only with 2 guys before me. One was her ex and the other was some guy she went home with from a bar. I've been with many women (some more married than others) so this shouldn't be an issue. But for some reason I'm obsessed with finding out all the info I can about the guy she went home with. How aggressive was she, what songs they danced to, where they did it. All the stuff I know I shouldn't want to know but I do. I've asked her a few things but she gets uncomfortable and I am usually left with more questions. Given my sexual history I know I have no right to be asking but I can't help it. What should I do?-- Jealous Gigolo
[NEWSARAMA] As Marvel hinted yesterday, Captain Americaâ€™s shield made an appearance on last nightâ€™s The Colbert Report.
The shield showed up at the end of the show; with Colbert first taking back his criticism of Cap for siding against the Federal Government and the Super Hero Registration Act, and then reading a letter from Marvel Editor in Chief, Joe Quesada. The letter read...
According to the Hollywood Reporter, there are even more reasons to feel good about the success of Frank Miller's 300...
[HOLLYWOOD REPORTER] "Who watches the Watchmen?" was the tagline of the seminal 1986 Alan Moore miniseries about a group of heroes investigating the murder of one of their own. In 2007, in the warm glow of "300's" blockbuster opening, the answer could be "everybody."
Zack Snyder, the director of Warner Bros. Pictures' "300," has been developing "Watchmen" at the studio since June, and during the recent press tour for the Spartan epic, he said he was aiming for a summer shoot for "Watchmen" -- even though it has not been cast, or even greenlighted by the studio.
Snyder's enthusiasm for the project spilled out online late last week when a Snyder-created image of one of the "Watchmen" characters was discovered embedded in a "300" DVD trailer distributed by marketing street teams and was posted all over the Web, causing a minor cacophony.
[NEWSARAMA] CBarger of Wonderworld Comics ...questioned whether one eBay seller might have been given information that other retailers were not, as Wizard Universe, which is owned by the same company as Wizard Magazine, sold hundreds of issues of Captain America #25 on eBay on Wednesday at prices from $10 to $50 an issue.
"I think this is a case of life imitating art," Barger said. "In Civil War Frontline #11, we find out that Tony Stark and Stark Industries were the real profiteers behind the entire Civil War. And now we find out that Wizard Magazine has abused their privilege as one of comics' media sources to get info on this book, get a variant for their convention exclusive the week after it's released, and on top of that, have their sales arm of the company order way in excess of what any retailer was privy to and start selling them on ebay the morning the story broke -- before many of us were even open to start selling the book to our customers."
"If they really had that much foresight to order that many more issues of this comic to sell on ebay, then kudos to them," said Pierce of Alter Ego about all the ebay sellers who capitalized on the situation. "But it seems that there was the equivalent of insider trading going on. Some information was passed that the rest of the retailing world didn't seem to get."
Shea of Famous Faces & Funnies agreed. "Wizard seems to be the biggest offender in this situation and I'm sure this won't be the last time an event like this has them at the center of it," he said. "As they've now revealed their upcoming Cap cover on the next Wizard issue featuring 18 pages of Captain America articles, it's obvious they knew all about this well in advance. As Wizard certainly gets early insider information, it's a complete conflict of interest that they're carrying this comic in such incredibly deep levels and selling them for such insane amounts considering they knew what was going to happen in this issue while no other retailers were clued in. I do understand the reluctance of Marvel to give every retailer all the details as it would have surely slipped out somewhere along the way, and we wouldn't have had the full media blitz that we saw the last few days. However, Wizard being both a news source and an online retailer is really questionable territory."