the film criticism aspect of cyber | by maryann johanson
Thu Jul 23 2009, 12:58pm | 8 comments
We interrupt today’s regularly scheduled retro-ad Web Video of the Day to bring you this breaking news — Twilight moms and Twilight teens rumble at Comic Con:
(Get the whole sordid story at the Los Angeles Times’ blog Hero Complex.)
I’ve seen some pics of the Twi-Moms on other blogs (comic blogs following SDCC) and each individual Twi-Mom takes up 3 spaces herself.
So, not exactly TWILFS then, or-Twi-mi-lfuh-si-ses?
Only if you like that sort of thing.
Last year Twlight fans spent the entire time screeching at the highest decibel possible during the panel, and when they finally asked the actors questions, they included such gems as, “Boxers or Briefs?” What’s so odd is that Stephanie Meyer was also on the panel. It was right before the last book came out, and no one asked her any questions. Here is the creator of this world that these fans supposedly love. The end of the saga is days away,and no one thinks to ask her questions about what could happen? I think that’s what so different about Twilight fans compared to other fandoms: they’re only into the hott boyz.
Apparently, I’m out of their age range anyway. Being, you know, out of my teens.
each individual Twi-Mom takes up 3 spaces herself.
Oh, that’s just mean.
Meanwhile, no one is complaining about the line for the upcoming Squirrel Girl movie. Tsk.
and NO mention of David Tennant either. what’s happening there? i want information about Doctor Who stuff, dammit.
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