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Pete Morisi, the creator of the character, eventually claimed full ownership over him. Morisi died inand his estate still owns the rights to the character.
Thunderbolt still had a second lasting contribution to comics aside from Ozymandias, though: On a curiosity, Pete Morisi based the Thunderbolt's costume on the "symmetrically divided, red-and-blue costume" of a s superhero: Morisi had attempted to purchase the rights to the defunct character, but after one of the co-owners refused, he simply decided to create an expy with a similar costume.
And Peacemaker only very superficially resembled the Comedian, making any connection ridiculous on its face. If they ever met, they would not get along. Moore and Gibbons' use of the 9-panel grid has prompted a lot of people, including comic book historians, to believe that Steve Ditko the creator of the original Charlton characters worked almost exclusively in the 9-panel grid format. This is not to say that Ditko didn't use it frequently, but it was hardly his "go to" layout.
The Guy Fawkes mask is now associated more with V for Vendetta than with the guy — er, Guy — it represents.
Bonfire Night is still a well-celebrated national holiday in the UK, and kids are taught about the history behind it in school. For that matter, the English word "guy" is itself a reference to Guy Fawkes that has evolved over the centuries to be used as reference for anyone, not just an effigy of the original Guy.
On top of that, Mr.
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Fawkes himself was named after a long forgotten local celebrity from his hometown; Guy Fairfax. Later writers took the character and revamped him into a parody to save Marvel some face. While Deathstroke still has a strong fan following, Deadpool has pretty well eclipsed him in terms of popularity. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles started as an underground comic strip that affectionately parodied many popular Marvel Comics series of its era, but it went on to become much better-known than most of them after the cartoon adaptation became a major hit.
In particular, the comic took major cues from the Daredevil and X-Men issues penned by Frank Millerwho was famous for his fascination with Japanese culture. The Turtles' origin story, involving a runaway canister of radioactive chemicals, also parodied Daredevil's origin.
And their basic character dynamic parodied the X-Men—another surrogate family of temperamental teenage mutants with contrasting personalities. Even with proper annotation you'll be hard pressed to identify most of the references to Victorian literature in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemenwith bonus points if you are even aware of the original work.
To understand how far Alan Moore goes, there are references to Victorian porn novels that have been out of print for decades, and visual reference gags can number in the triple figures on one page. It gets even worse once he gets into the twentieth century.
In some cases the characters mentioned or encountered are from the 19th century, but not from British literature.
Also there are references to even older characters. Issue second includes a reference to the character Lady Termagant Flaybum. Flaybum is a major character in an 18th-century novel concerning flagellations, and having a sado-masochistic tone. There are also unusual depictions of famous characters, such as Charles Dickens' characters outside their typical era.TF2 Rap Meet The Crew REACTION - AFTER I PICK MY CLASS
One scene involves an aging thief giving Fagin-like training to a group of child thieves. Moore does not give a name for the old man, but the implication is that we are seeing child-thief Artful Dodger in his old age. He became a copy of his mentor. Another scene involves a young rape victim who seems unusually optimistic.
The name given for her is Polly Whittier, a character better known as "Pollyanna". Far more people know Arkham as the asylum populated by Batman villains than know it as one of Lovecraft's fictional haunted towns in New England. The prototype of the Bat Signal in The Bat was not used to strike fear into the hearts of criminals, but was a notorious criminal's Calling Card striking fear into the hearts of people staying in an Old, Dark House.
Viz started as a parody of British children's comics and now the genre it parodies is all but dead with the exception of The Beanowhich Viz even outsells. To this day many Flemings especially from the older generation will think of the protagonist from this popular comic book series whenever they hear the name "Nero", instead of the Roman Emperor on which his name was based.
Similarly, the name "Barabas" will remind many people in Belgium and the Netherlands of the Absent-Minded Professor in this comic book series, rather than the biblical character.
There is a Suske en Wiske story called De Texasrakkers "The Texas Scoundrels"which was originally a shout-out to the popular s TV western series The Texas Rangers, but this show is nowadays completely forgotten.
A lot of younger people may not associate the name "Konstantinopel" with the original name of Istanbul, but with Kiekeboe's son. Urbanus, just like the comedian he is based on, is named after several medieval popes.
Nowadays most people in Flanders and the Netherlands will automatically think of him, rather than these popes. Similarly there are lot of children who know Urbanus more as a comic book character than as the comedian he was based on, mostly because Urbanus doesn't perform that often anymore.
This series started out as a parody of James Bondbut mostly the campy s version. For many people unaware of these movies they may not notice the parody element anymore. Similarly the character Olga Lawina has a Punny Name lawine means avalanche in Dutch and the character is of Swiss nationality which refers to the nowadays almost forgotten Dutch singer Olga Lowina.
Practically everything about the story arc's plot was inspired by the Avengers episode in some way: Jean Grey's famously kinky "Black Queen" outfit was an exact replica of Emma Peel's "Queen of Sin" costume, and Jason Wyngarde was modeled after British actor Peter Wyngardewho guest-starred as that episode's villain.
But while the Hellfire Club in The Avengers appeared only once, Marvel's Hellfire Club has remained a major part of the X-Men mythos for over three decades, and most younger fans don't know about its origins, especially in the US, where the syndication package omitted that episode and it only became available much later.
It helps that their introductory appearance was in the first part of The Dark Phoenix Sagathe most beloved X-Men story of all time. Fewer people still may be aware that the Hellfire Club was a real thing, albeit not necessarily evil, but rather a series of 18th century gentlemen's clubs that took a satirical and ironic view of society and religion.
Hitman featured a Take That! In the years since that issue came out, Gunfire has appeared in all of five issues, and had a speaking role in only one of themwhile Hitman remains a Cult Classic - consequently, chances are that if anyone has read an issue featuring the character, it's the one where he turned his ass into a hand grenade.
Thanos was created as an Alternate Company Equivalent to Darkseid but years of buildup to his confrontation in the Marvel Cinematic Universe have led Thanos to becoming more popular than the character he aped off of, whose appearances in DC's own cinematic universe have been limited to being The Ghost. Fan Works While "Stronger Than You" is the Signature Song of Steven Universe and is quite popular, a large number of people think of it as an Undertale song due to a fan-created version of it sung by Sans.
If you search the song on YouTubemore Undertale versions appear than Steven Universe videos and various Undertale versions have more views than the Garnet version. Lullaby for a Princess is well-known amongst bronies but, because it is a fandom-centric Filk Songit's prone to this when parodies.
The Series ' Signature Song but it's most popular with amateur animators. As a result, many people learn of it from animatics without realizing it's from a Disney cartoon. Film - Animation Dumbo 's name is based on the legendary circus elephant Jumbo, something not many people nowadays remember or know his proper name is given as Jumbo Jr. Young kids who grew up in the 90's probably knew who Elvis was, but the Colonel, not so much. But you would have to be a medievalist to make that connection.
Thanks to its very quick one scene usage as an in-joke in The Lion Kingpeople are insistent that "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" was written by Elton John and Tim Rice for the movie, even when you explain to them it wasn't. It doesn't help that the song is used briefly in the Broadway musical and on the Rhythm of the Pridelands CD.
This extends to fans who were kids at the time of release but are now adults. Film - Live Action Many Hollywood actors of the s and s are more familiar to younger generations who never saw their actual movies from seeing them appear as caricatures in old Disney and Looney Tunes cartoons.
The classic s-era shorts by The Three Stooges were often parodies of contemporary films, many of which are today mostly forgotten, contrary to the Stooges themselves. The best-known example may be "Men in Black" a takeoff on a now-forgotten doctors-and-nurses tale called Men in White. In a similar case, it affected former third Stooge Joe Besser as well: While he was quite popular for various comedic roles during his time — most notably his "whiny sissy" act that he carried over to his Stooge role — today, he's known for nothing but being a replacement third Stooge and a subpar one at that.
I'm always up for a round of TF2 or some Portal. Skymin My profile will say it's me Xbox: Skymin no gold, didn't want to pay 60 bucks again Miiverse WiiU: Wanna know something that gets on my nerves a lot? People calling me SkyRim instead of SkyMin. Seriously, everyone on TF2 calls me that and I absolutely hate it. There was ONE guy who actually knew it was from Pokemon. Everyone else just looks at the first four letters and automatically thinks skyrim.
One thing, I have never played Skyrim and aren't a fan. I don't have anything again at it, other than the meme. Some thing else that I hate are people who call themselves gamers and only play Call of Duty.
Seriously, playing one overly popular game does not make you a gamer, especially when you bash on Nintendo for being "kiddie games.
There's other games that are better than the repetitive nature of call of duty.
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Oh and another thing OK, I should really stop ranting. If you ever just want to chat about games in general, feel free to PM me. An audio commentary track for The Nines featuring John August along with actor Ryan Reynolds was posted in m4a and mp3 formats onto August's blog.
This film had a considerably more limited release than Clerks IIfeatured in only 5 theaters in the U. March Learn how and when to remove this template message Novelist and film historian Tim Lucas has recorded close to audio commentaries since his first, for Mario Bava 's Black Sunday in For the majority of his commentaries Logan was a solo commentator but occasionally he was joined by notable film makers and cast including Tsui HarkChristy ChungDonnie Yen and Maggie Q.
Since losing his ability to speak due to illness, these recordings were also used to supply Ebert's collection of spoken words for his speech synthesizer since the soundtracks of his television show were too contaminated by background noise to use. He also participated in the commentary for the pilot episode of The Sopranos.
Matt Groeningcreator of The Simpsonshas recorded commentary on most episodes of the show thus far released on DVD — as of [update]seasons one through ten — as well as every episode of his other creation, Futurama. CohenGroening's co-developer and occasional writer on Futurama, also provided commentary on every episode, as well as several installments of The Simpsons. Film directors Kevin Smith and David Fincher are notable fans of DVD audio commentary, and Fincher's "Platinum Series" release of Se7en was considered one of the most in-depth DVDs of its time,[ citation needed ] mainly due to the four audio commentary tracks, all of which feature Fincher, and cover the writing, the cast, the sound design and the cinematography.
Another commentary for Se7en was included on the Criterion Collection laserdisc, which included cast member Gwyneth Paltrowbut this track has not been released on DVD. Smith has recorded audio commentaries for all of his films except Zack and Miri Make a Pornoand also appeared on the Road House audio commentary after mentioning it on the 10th Anniversary DVD of Clerks. Fincher has recorded a track for all of his films except Alien 3which he disowned after controversy over the production.
Directors Terry GilliamWerner HerzogFrancis Ford CoppolaDavid CronenbergPaul Verhoeven and Steven Soderbergh are also highly respected as intelligent and informative commentators, often working with Criterion to create commentaries for their films. It's better than any film school, I think.
Ken Annakin 's audio commentary for his classic Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines holds a record for having one of the oldest surviving directors to commentate on a film.
In addition to the commentary during the film, Annakin speaks on nearly 3 hours of back up material on the old classic airplanes that many fans consider the real stars of the film. Alternate commentaries[ edit ] Originally inspired by a column by Roger Ebert a small but active fan base of DVD commentary enthusiasts has sprung up since offering their own specially-recorded fan-made DVD commentaries.
These tracks usually made available in MP3 format allow the fans to put forth their own opinions and expertise on a movie or TV series in much the same way as an on-disc commentary. These commentary tracks are played by starting a DVD player with the movie and an MP3 player with the track simultaneously. A substantial community of fan commentators exists,  creating many hundreds of downloadable tracks available on the Web. The idea of downloadable commentary tracks has since been co-opted by TV show creators themselves, as creators of TV shows such as the Battlestar GalacticaStar Trek: Enterpriseand the Doctor Who revival have recorded downloadable commentary tracks meant to be watched along with the episodes as recorded from TV.
Mystery Science Theater head writer and on-screen host Michael J. Nelson has started his own website to sell downloadable commentaries called RiffTrax. Critiques and parodies of the audio commentary[ edit ] The Audio Commentary has been a subject of discussion among filmmakers.
Many directors see them as an unnecessary bonus feature, while others record "fake" commentaries, which may contain false information or inside jokes. Other filmmakers have parodied the commentary concept, as the following examples demonstrate.
The Coen Brothers movie Blood Simple has a fake commentary written by the Coens and read by an actor posing as a film historian. This "historian" Kenneth Loring gives information about the production that almost everyone would recognize as being totally ludicrous. He claims for instance that one the opening scene was shot upside down with the actors saying their lines backwards and that some roles were reserved for Rosemary Clooney and Gene Kelly.
A small box appears at the corner of the screen, showing Scratchy "We shot this at four in the morning, and the crew was getting a little cranky" and Itchy "You can never get enough takes for Steven Soderbergh " ; midway through Scratchy's next sentence, Itchy cuts off his head. Welsh comedian Rob Brydon starred in the ITV comedy show Director's Commentary in which he played a fictional director, Peter De Lane, and parodied the often conceited and pompous nature of directors when giving DVD commentaries by articulating his thoughts over archive footage.
Although the show was well received, it did not sustain viewer interest, and as of [update] only one six-episode season was produced.
Tolkien 's The Lord of the Rings: Horrible's Sing-Along Blog contains two commentary tracks; one of which comprises an entirely second musical titled Commentary! The Musicalin which they parody the concept of both DVD commentaries and musicals in general. In addition to songs by the main cast members often parodying their own public personas or each othersit includes numbers by unnamed extras in the film, and a song explaining how the — Writers Guild of America strike led to the creation of the web series.
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The Adam and Joe Show parodied audio commentaries in a sketch which stated that audio commentaries often sound like "self indulgent wankers in a pub". The Legend of Ron Burgundy contains audio commentary where the actors end up discussing very little of the film's content.
Throughout the commentary, he calls his friends played by Terry Jones and Eric Idle by telephone. The Hot Fuzz 3-disc collector's edition DVD includes a commentary featuring real policemen and a commentary in which director Edgar Wright and fellow filmmaker Quentin Tarantino discuss nearly films and television series  but barely make reference to Hot Fuzz. In an episode of the series King of the HillBobby listens to the audio commentary of a fictional film. The film's director remarks that "the sky wasn't sad enough" for the scene.
In the American Dad! Near the end of the episode, his commentary can be heard over the events of the climactic fight between Stan and Bullockdespite the fact that Klaus is not present at this event like he is at previous events he comments on in the episode; he claims that the 'actor' playing the busboy was killed during the making of the episode, and at one point apologizes for talking over what he claims is the funniest line in the episode.
The actual audio commentary for the episode mentions the joke that Klaus talked out was Stan saying "Kirk was a much better captain," Bullock saying "What," and Stan replying "Nothing". Commentary re-use[ edit ] Some film companies transfer the audio commentary of the laserdisc release of a film on to the DVD rather than creating a new one. This may be for financial reasons, depending on whether the rights to the original commentary are cheaper to use than recording a new one a company releasing a film on DVD today may not be the same company who released it on laserdisc ; or it could simply be that the original commentary does its job well without the need for an update.
Contrastingly, some DVDs do not have a commentary even though the laserdisc release did for example, Taxi Driver. This may be because the parties involved have not reached a publication agreement. The audio commentaries of The Criterion Collection are often considered some of the finest and most informative commentaries ever made, and the Laserdisc releases of classic films can be highly priced because Criterion generally did not license their commentaries for use on later DVDs when the rights to films they have release revert to the studio, including the aforementioned Taxi Driver.
But commentaries like that now appear on the Blu-ray versions of films. In addition, the fact that Criterion have been commissioning commentaries since means that commentaries exist by film makers who died before the advent of DVD, such as Michael Powell. In the case of the first three James Bond movies, Dr. NoFrom Russia with Loveand Goldfingerthe commentary was once released on LaserDisc but quickly judged inappropriate, never to return new commentary tracks are on the DVD editions.
The commentaries are available to download at The Dossier.