Tuesday, March 23, 2010
The Kick-Ass propaganda poster is a spoof of the classic "I Want You For U.S. Army" posters featuring Uncle Sam, while the Hit Girl poster is based on the World War II era “We Can Do It” poster featuring Rosie the Riveter. Anyone know what piece of propaganda the Red Mist’s poster is based on?
Kick-Ass is scheduled to premiere in theaters on April 16, 2010.
The “Eddie” screen print by Joshua Budich will go on sale today (Tuesday, March 23rd), sometime after noon PST, and will retail for $55 each. Each 19”x25” print comes signed & numbered by the artist and has a limited edition run size of just 200 prints. “Eddie” can be purchased directly from Joshua Budich at his online store.
“Wait a second, look at these pictures again.
Barney has the same pose in each shot
and these are like years apart.” - Robin
Ah yes, about that.
I never take a bad picture.
Never have, never will.
“There has to be a bad picture of you.” - Robin
Nope, not one.
“What about from elementary school?
Everyone has bad pictures from school.” - Robin
Not the Barnacle.
I always look drop dead, stone cold amazing.
Unlike Marshall who just looks dead, stoned and cold.
How I Met Your Mother