She is one of the results!
She is one of the results!
Two actually — Dark Knight Returns Batman and the 00s Batman, which is basically the All Star Batman & Robin version.
Nearly every result includes similar adjacent neighborhoods – Prospect/Lefferts are suggested with Park Slope.
I made this quiz and lived in Astoria for nearly seven years!
If you like Janelle Monae a lot, I say go with Midnite Vultures.
That’s why it’s “awkward.”
That will come soon.
Dookie came out in 1994, man!
See, I would say very much the opposite. Hating Cyclops is usually a sign that you mostly just know the cartoons and movies (which kinda suck and are strictly non-canon, IMO.)
Nothing you have ever done has made me feel as old as this, Dave.
That book came out in 2005!
That album is not actually from 2013. We did feature it in one of our year-end posts in 2012!
Now and forever - Luke’s Diner and Al’s Pancake World.
That’s because this is the electronic music list, and the dance list is forthcoming! We broke it up because we didn’t want to give short shrift to artists who are more ambient/arty/etc.
This is basically a list of reasons why Cyclops is the best and most interesting member of the X-Men.
Yeah — part of it, lots of records come out the same day but not a lot of them have any decent claim on being a classic and/or a blockbuster.
See, you say that, but then you do the research and it’s a lot less common than you think.
Sloan has been based in Toronto for many years! That’s where Chris and Jay live.
This is not really a review, it’s a recommendation! Believe me, you will know it if I am writing a review.
Just roll with it, Jennifer.
As far as I am concerned, the only version of the X-Men that matters is the 616 main continuity version that has been running for 50 years. Bringing in licensed and non-canonical versions just complicates matters.
One of the rules we’re operating on here is that a character’s death must last at least a few issues. Blinking out doesn’t count. Like, a similar thing happened to Cyclops in Battle for the Atom #1 just recently, but it doesn’t count.
Nope, that was pushed to 2014.
This is very, very accurate.
When I set out to make this post, I actually had a list of maybe 35-40 venues, and The Marquee was on that list for sure. I basically narrowed things down to stuff I knew HAD to be there because they were so famous, and the logistics of finding them all while there was still sunlight in one afternoon.
THANK YOU. I was incredibly frustrated when I was out trying to find this address, and basically had to do a “process of elimination” thing, and all the research I did about this was…inconclusive. It was especially aggravating because The Academy is BY FAR the venue with the most sentimental attachment for me, as it was the place where I saw my very first show in 1995. (Sonic Youth!)
Here’s what Tramps looks like today. Just kinda blah.
Didn’t forget that one! It just didn’t look that interesting — it’s just a different night club now. It’s actually immediately across the street from the BuzzFeed office. (Danceteria is a few doors down.)
That came out in 1991.
It’s not a ranked list, FYI. 2112 can certainly be number one in your heart.
Absolutely, this song is a total classic. Wish I’d thought of it.
I had “Swingin’ Party” by The Replacements in an earlier draft of this post! Those are great picks.
Yes, this is officially the creepiest major hit of all time.
Penguins are the inspiration and namesake for one of Batman’s least threatening enemies.
Agreed, that’s definitely my favorite track.
Yes, this is entirely in chronological order. No ranking.
This is the cover of Velocity Girls’ great album Simpatico! I just wanted something stylish and colorful.
Oh man, me too. I just love Junior Senior in general. They will get their day on BuzzFeed, I promise you.
1998 was a very, very long time ago.