Around the mid 1900's the world was introduced to the fantasy of flying superheros in "Superman" and ever since then the world has been bombarded with little green men, talking tigers and other weird ideas that the public can imagine. I don't mean anime or anything of mainstream Japanese comics that we all know and love (or hate, depending) but the original classic comics of yesterday.
Remember Calvin and Hobbes, the heartwarming tale of a brillian six-year old with diabolical plans of taking over the world and eradicating anything educational and his loyal but sensible stuffed tiger? Calvin was possibly based after "The calvin age" a period in the early 1900's where greed and materialism ran supreme (much like is does today) and Hobbes was the name of a famous philospher, hence the sensibility and intelligence of the boy's stuffed animal. There are many theories surrounding Hobbes, is truly a stuffed animal or does he come to life when Calvin's parents aren't around. The world may never know as the author never released any sort of franchise to accompany the comic.
And what about Star Trek, the lovely television show that all of the awesome, geeky nerds (like me) watch non-stop, well that notorious television show was spawned from a comic!
Khaos-X is my name and posting stupid, useless information is my game! If you cannot already tell, this is a tribute to the classic novelties that have permanently warped our minds. Tell me your favorite comic, whether it be from an actual comic-book itself, something posted weekly in the newspaper or even manga (Gasp! Oh no, anything but that!!) First person to comment receives their very own set of Spock-ears! So what are you waiting for, cease your constant instant-messaging and get posting!!!