Steady Mobbin' posts can be divided amongst the following categories: Photojournaling, Concert Reviews (or, as Andrew would say, "Pictures of Guitars"), Arrested Development Related Content, Movie Trailer Links, Thoughts That Cross My Mind, Celebrity Sightings, and Geek Stuff. File this one under: Geek Stuff.
IGN.com just published a list of the Top 10 Villainous Moments in Comic Book history. I liked this list, because as I read it I thought: "Oh yeah, I remember that . . . that was totally villainous!" The list contains some real "Holy crap!" moments that made comic readers like myself go "Holy crap" as we read our comics. While certain events (the breaking of Batman's back, the Death of Superman, Ozymandius' alien attack) are a little overrated in my book, some of these other moments are truly legendary (the loss of Angel's wings [a special moment in comics history for me as this occurred just a few months after I became an official comic book fan], the crippling of Barbara Gordon, the death of Elektra) and others were truly vicious innovations by writers looking to spice up comics that had fallen into a rut (Magneto tearing out Wolverine's Adamantium) any true comic enthusiast can see the top two Villainous Moments coming down the track from a mile away. (You'll have to click through to see what they are). Any good group of nerds could sit and argue about why one edged out the other for the top spot and if that was the right decision, the editors at IGN explain their reasoning well and make a good argument for their decision. The article is Here. (For Geeks).