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Yes, of course, the whole idea is utterly inane, but to let its predictable inanities blind you to its truly fabulous and breathtaking aspects is to do both oneself and the genre a disservice. ~ Alan Moore
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Alan Moore
If you look at all the comic book films that have come since then, in terms of tone, in terms of look, even in terms of Danny Elfman's music for Batman, so many that followed have been inspired by that, specifically. It had a cultural impact worldwide. ~ Michael Uslan
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Michael Uslan
Every superhero, every Chosen One, goes through a painful and difficult process of Becoming. On this, all the relevant literature is in agreement. Ask any comic book aficionado, any movie buff. The heroes doubt themselves, even when confronted with irrefutable evidence. They've spent their whole lives listening to weak and powerless people who hate and fear anything that is different, who say that superhuman abilities simply don't exist, and they believe it. ~ Sam J. Miller
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Sam J. Miller
I think that there's got to be a comic gene in some way, but it's so much about it is how you grow up. ~ Marlo Thomas
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Marlo Thomas
I'm not good at narrative; I'm really a gag writer, and that comes from being in the newspaper comic strip world for a while in college. What I do is I just write tons of jokes, then I sort them out in terms of quality and then pick the best of the jokes and then try to form them into a plot. If I get a good theme going, I feel lucky. ~ Jeff Kinney
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Jeff Kinney
I just use my life story as a kind of device on which to hang comic observations. It's not my interest or instinct to tell the world anything pertinent about myself or my family. ~ Bill Bryson
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Bill Bryson
The comic, more than the tragic, because it ignites hope, leads to more, not less, participation in the struggle for a just world. ~ Harvey Cox
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Harvey Cox
I love other movies that have been made since, but I think more than any comic book movie, 'Superman' just totally seemed to capture superheroes in ways that others have not. ~ Brian K. Vaughan
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Brian K. Vaughan
If I had the pen of Moliere, I could make him comic. That is the role of art, is it not? To make monsters comic, so we can bear them, and our own cheap griefs into grand tragedy, so that others will weep with us. ~ Judith Merkle Riley
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Judith Merkle Riley
If you can take something as ultimately frivolous [as a comic book] in the cosmic scale of things in the universe and what's important - people being born and dying and everything else that's gonna happen today - if one gay kid in Shawnee Mission, Kansas, reads an X-Men comic and feels for a second like maybe they're not entirely alone in the world - that's amazing. I'll take it. Whatever size victory that is, I will take. ~ Matt Fraction
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Matt Fraction
But comedy is ingrained. A writer doesn't choose to be comic. You can choose a plot, or not to have one. You can choose your characters. But comedy is not a choice; it just comes out that way. ~ John Irving
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by John Irving
I'm so not a comic book guy. The most I knew about 'The Flash,' as a little kid, was the Underoos. I had 'The Flash' Underoos. ~ Jesse L. Martin
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Jesse L. Martin
I answered an ad, for a campus cartoonist at the university I was in, my freshman year. I was like, Oh, I can draw, and I'm sort of a funny guy. I should try this. Then they paid me to do a comic strip for the paper. ~ Dan Povenmire
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Dan Povenmire
Show some respect. They were your grandparents. -Batman
Just names and dusty frames on the wall to me. -Damien
I take exception to that. There is not a speck of dust collecting on those portraits. -Alfred ~ Peter J. Tomasi
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Peter J. Tomasi
Back in the summer of 1941, they had stood to lose so much, it seemed, through the shame and ruination of exposure. Sammy could not have known that one day he would come to regard all the things that their loving each other had seemed to put at so much risk – his career in comic books, his relations with his family, his place in the world – as the walls of a prison, an airless, lightless keep from which there was no hope of escape….He recalled his and Tracy's parting at Penn Station on the morning of Pearl Harbor, in the first-class compartment of the Broadway Limited, their show of ordinary mute male farewell, the handshake, the pat on the shoulder, carefully tailoring and modulating their behavior through there was no one at all watching, so finely attuned to the danger of what they might lose that they could not permit themselves to notice what they had ~ Michael Chabon
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Michael Chabon
Infatuation is one of those slightly comic illnesses which are at once so undignified and so painful that a nice-minded world does its best to ignore their existence altogether, referring to them only under provocation and then with apology, but, like its more material brother, this boil on the neck of the spirit can hardly be forgotten either by the sufferer or anyone else in his vicinity. The malady is ludicrous, sad, excruciating and, above all, instantly diagnosable. ~ Margery Allingham
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Margery Allingham
My roles in comedies from 'Austin Powers' to 'Tommy Boy' to 'Wayne's World,' were sort of comedic 'straight man' parts. My character on 'Parks & Recreation' is the comic relief in a comedy. To play a character that appears strictly for laughs is sort of new for me and really fun. ~ Rob Lowe
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Rob Lowe
I'm a comic book artist. So I think to myself, what do I like to draw? I like to draw hot chicks, fast cars and cool guys in trench coats. So that's what I write about. ~ Frank Miller
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Frank Miller
the things common to all men are more important than the things peculiar to any men. Ordinary things are more valuable than extraordinary things; nay, they are more extraordinary. Man is something more awful than men; something more strange. The sense of the miracle of humanity itself should be always more vivid to us than any marvels of power, intellect, art, or civilization. The mere man on two legs, as such, should be felt as something more heartbreaking than any music and more startling than any caricature. Death is more tragic even than death by starvation. Having a nose is more comic even than having a Norman nose.

This is the first principle of democracy: that the essential things in men are the things they hold in common, not the things they hold separately. And the second principle is merely this: that the political instinct or desire is one of these things which they hold in common. Falling in love is more poetical than dropping into poetry. The democratic contention is that government (helping to rule the tribe) is a thing like falling in love, and not a thing like dropping into poetry. It is not something analogous to playing the church organ, painting on vellum, discovering the North Pole (that insidious habit), looping the loop, being Astronomer Royal, and so on. For these things we do not wish a man to do at all unless he does them well. It is, on the contrary, a thing analogous to writing one's own love-letters or blowing one's own nose. These thing ~ G.K. Chesterton
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by G.K. Chesterton
There's a famous tension between Green Lantern and Green Arrow in the comic books. Those guys have always been friends. They started off as not on the same page, and then they quickly became best friends. ~ Geoff Johns
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Geoff Johns
I will soldier on. ~ J. H. Williams III
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by J. H. Williams III
I am a total geek. I'm not even a closet comic book geek. I am the comic book geek. ~ Matthew Settle
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Matthew Settle
He asked what she was in for and complimented the find workmanship of her metal extremities, but she ignored him, making him briefly question if he'd been separated from the female population for so long that he could be losing his charm.
But that seemed unlikely. ~ Marissa Meyer
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Marissa Meyer
There was something faintly comic about it all, DeeDee found herself thinking as she scrambled around the floor, her grandmother screaming nearby. The next instant, she marveled at life's paradoxes, the way human nature perceives humor even at the height of disaster... Wally Jr. had a similar insight: he woke up the next morning surprised to find he had slept through the night. He was unfamiliar with the way a breathless, suspended state of shock precedes grief. ~ Jill Leovy
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Jill Leovy
What I'm always afraid of is going off-book,I always get upset when the director leaves the classic comic that was so very popular. I argued, and I won't say with who about what, but when we go way away from the original source material ... that material is popular for a reason and I like to stick with it. ~ Lauren Shuler Donner
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Lauren Shuler Donner
I won't read a new graphic comic novel until the writer has completed the entire series. I got burned a few times when I got turned on to a book, plowed through it only to find out the author was in the middle of writing the next. ~ Nick Offerman
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Nick Offerman
Canada is a country where the serious writers are hockey fans and readers of comic books. They don't play chess. ~ Louis Dudek
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Louis Dudek
Radio Shack is meeting the fate of many other stores that were wildly popular in the twentieth century, including record stores, comic book stores, bookstores and video stores. ~ Annalee Newitz
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Annalee Newitz
I do like cats. They are so unconsciously amusing. There is such a comic dignity about them, such a "How dare you!" "Go away, don't touch me" sort of air. ~ Jerome K. Jerome
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Jerome K. Jerome
American children hear no stories about ghosts. They spend a dime at the drugstore to buy a Superman comic book...Superman represents actual capabilities or future potential, while ghosts symbolize belief in and reverence for the accumulated past...How could ghosts gain a foothold in American cities? People move about like the tide, unable to form permanent ties with places, still less with other people...In a world without ghosts, life is free and easy. American eyes can gaze straight ahead. But still I think they lack something and I do not envy their life. ~ Fei Xiaotong
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Fei Xiaotong
It appears that time has turned that young woman, who imagined herself a romantic heroine, into something of a comic character, but I remain fond of her. We are relatives, after all. ~ Siri Hustvedt
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Siri Hustvedt
It's much harder to say "I'm going to kill three of the biggest characters in your universe in a gruesome bloodbath." There can be a lot of differing opinions in a mainstream comic book, you know? "Rogue would never do this!" But I can say, "No, Rogue suffered the death of Charles Xavier and it broke her down and she stumbled into a dark place and she started fixating on the Scarlet Witch as the cause of it all" - which, there is a logical chain of events that lead to the Scarlet Witch. And in the confusion, she thought Wanda was up to doing it again and she did what she thought was best. ~ Rick Remender
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Rick Remender
I did stand-up comedy for 18 years. Ten of those years were spent learning, four years were spent refining, and four years were spent in wild success. I was seeking comic originality, and fame fell on me as a byproduct. The course was more plodding than heroic. ~ Steve Martin
Cortegiani Comic Autor quotes by Steve Martin
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