Skottie Young – connecting covers
It’s GIVEAWAY TIME once again here at Don’t Hate The Geek!! This week since there is so much news about Spider-Man, I thought we should have one heck of a giveaway just in time for the holidays!!
The Prize: Up for grabs is Two Spider-Man variant covers drawn by Marvel Comics fan favorite Skottie Young!! These variant covers for Amazing Spider-Man AND Superior Spider-Man are interlocking, meaning put both covers together to make one ultra sweet pin-up!! These are very sought after issues and Skottie Young is already a superstar fan favorite artist so this GIVEAWAY is going to be HUGE!! These are the covers:
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Rule #1 you must be a fan of our page.
Rule #2 Comment telling us if you like Spider-Man?
Rule #3 Tag a friend! Your tagged friend will ALSO win a prize (not the same books but still something awesome)!! That’s it….comment and tag. If you don’t have a comic friend to tag just share our page.
Good luck geeks, we’ll pick a random winner in one week!
North Korea is still claiming innocence in the vicious attack on Sony, trying to distance themselves from the hackers that blackmailed and threatened Sony into pulling the release of the The Interview, the same hackers who now want all instances of the film yanked from the world. The FBI concluded that the dictator run government sanctioned the attack using methods that they had used in the past. Now North Korea is getting just a tad bit more suspicious.
North Korea started running messages on the state-run television that “we propose a joint investigation with [the US] into this incident.” as well as foreign ministry agents going on the offensive that they will not take the “groundless slander” from the United States. They warn of “grave consequences” if the U.S. keeps the accusations of the North Koreans up and if they reject the joint investigation. They then go on to make it weird by stating “Without resorting to such tortures as were used by the CIA, we have means to prove that this incident has nothing to do with us.” Doth the lady protest too much?
This comes on the heel of President Obama saying Sony made a mistake in bowing to the terrorists’ demands and that the United States would respond in kind. Many are saying that this is what the hackers are aiming for, a war between the U.S. and North Korea and are using a lame excuse like a film to start one.
What do you think geeks? Is North Korea too likely a suspect or are they really behind everything? Are you still pissed that The Interview has been pulled from release? Hit up those comments!