Saturday, February 27, 2010
Friday, February 26, 2010
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Silvia saint - italian legacy
Silvia saint dreaming of silvia
Behind the scene - silvia saint
Escena de call girl (escena 2)
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
silvia saint - bath time
Silvia Saint - Astersex Hotdorix Silvia Saint - A'stersex
Silvia saint - the maid
Silvia saint caught on tape 1
Silvia saint and rocco siffredi - in prague
Silvia saint - let`s fuck mywife
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Saturday, February 20, 2010
Silvia Saint - ASS Good As It Gets!
Sabrina sweet - i love silvia saint
Silvia saint - casting (anal)
silvia saint - nineteen video magazine
silvia saint - big titties of europe
Silvia saint - labyrinthe - 1
silvia saint - psy-chic
silvia saint - devoured
silvia saint - silvia's spell 2
silvia saint - silvia's spell 2
silvia saint - silvia's spell 1
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silvia saint - pick-up lines 51
silvia saint - dangerous things 2
silvia saint - hot blonde bitches
Friday, February 19, 2010
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Jim Lee and Dan DiDio Named Co-Publishers DC Comics
Geoff Johns to Serve as Chief Creative Officer
John Rood Named EVP, Sales, Marketing and Business Development
Patrick Caldon Named EVP, Finance and Administration
Some shakes up at DC have finally come through with the new president Diane Nelson and Paul Levitz stepping down as publisher. So you know its time for us to sounds the alarms, DC is doomed! Right? That's what comics geek do to big changes, especially ones involving giving Dan Didio more power.
Personally, DC isn't going to change from the company i follow know. The company that publishes several titles I love in a sea of stuff have absolutely no interest in. Their still going to keep changing the artists and writers out consistently so that way you probably won't get too many lengthy runs with the same creative team. More crossover and events. Etc. DC comics is still DC comics. Now, outside to Vertigo... hopefully this does not effect them as Karen Berger now reports to Didio. That's the big worry, is this going to effect Vertigo's comics or will it just continue as is?
I just read Bleeding Cool with Rich Johnston's piece on some DC's problems of late and I have to say, it is worrying that DC might be going into further self damage.
The main reasons all this is happening is to integrate DC more into Warner Bros. and effectively make more movies, TV, etc. as well as take on Marvel for more market share. They talk a good game about comic books but I don't feel like this is really going to improve anything. They need to get the product and DC thinks mostly in short term. I doubt their really going to do more than get some movies made because in the end, Marvel does a pretty decent job of letting their creators do their thing where as DC spends a lot of time trying too hard to make something work.
We'll sit back and relax but as of now I buy about 11 DC ongoing titles, not counting Vertigo, and I am not exactly keen on a lot of what DC is publishing or the ideas and events that are peaking their head up.
silvia saint - lick my legs
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Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Yo... it's your boy... and since the major solicits have dropped I've decided to take this time to pick out a fav comic of mine. Especially since its from a title going into another dumb sounding crossover.
Uncanny X-Men #160 is the first X-Men comic I remember reading. Well, actually i read a reprint of said issue but that's not much of a difference.
This excellent comic is an actual diversion from much of the drama of the X-book at the time. It involves Colossus' sister Illyana being lured a place of limbo controlled by the demonic Belasco. He has a plan in mind regarding an ancient, evil, talisman. The X-Men(Storm, Colossus, Wolverine, Nightcrawler, and Shadow Cat) are off to the rescue. There they encounter an evil, corrupted future Nightcrawler as well as the bodies of themselves laid decimated. Of course the team has the save the day and in the process, Illyana actually jumps a few years ahead.
The story was of course written by Chris Claremont and drawn by the talented Brent Anderson who in fact co-created Belasco back in Ka-Zars title.
I don't remember exactly when I read this baby but I just remember thinking it was cool that one of Belasco's henchman could snap Wolverines skeleton. It also had a very creepy atmosphere. Sadly, well-not sadly, I have the story in Essentials but I'd love to get a colored version Like I use to have. I enjoyed the hell out of this baby.
While it was my first real X-Men comics, I did have a familiarity with the team.
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