I would make fun of the title for being generic, but given the placement of that laser, it's probably the most accurate and descriptive title we've seen so far.
That awkward moment when the giant fetus traveling through space, propelled by what appears to be leaking amniotic fluid, looks at you like you're the weird one.
I can't stand backseat drivers.
Surely this must be the greatest book ever written.
"Adolf Hitler's best science fiction novel?" Probably not the best thing to put on the cover of your book. Just saying.
Let's hope horses are as badass in this series as they are in "Skyrim."
Don't mess with us. We have an ugly swan thing.
Also the lords of terrible CGI.
...whether nekkid tiger riding was a good idea? I'm gonna have to say probably not, no.
The miniseries comes out in May, and this particular issue won't be here until July. Still, Tom Baker's Doctor alongside Kirk and Spock? Why does July have to be three months away?
(Star Trek, Doctor Who)
"Ha, I fooled you all! What you thought was my fist was actually a piece of cardboard the entire time! Ha ha ha ha!"
"It's mine! I won this goldfish from the carnival and no one's gonna take it away from me!"
I knew giving cosmic beings habanero peppers was a mistake.
I don't know what kind of experiment this is, but I like it.
The cover art is giving me some weird ideas of what this book is about, and the title isn't helping either.
Animal fact: when threatened by dinosaurs, horses will perform a complex ballet number, usually something from "Swan Lake," to defend themselves.