Gaming With Uncle Lester: Legends of the Dark Claw
Uncle Lester may live in a van down by the river, but that doesnt mean he isnt a gamer at heart. Always on the lookout for an unsecured Wi-Fi connection to use before being runoff, his quest for gamer glory continues!
Hello and welcome to the 27th edition of Gaming with Uncle Lester! Im your host of todays show, Uncle Lester. This is just too much. Every time I pop my head up to look outside my van, I swear I see people staring at me. The fear of this pimp is getting to be too much. Im going underground for a while. Ill probably be back sometime next week. If not, it was a good run. Be sure to play the theme song for Zelda at my funeral. If I dont get killed, Ill see you later.
Before I die, there is one thing I have to get off my chest. In the event I dont come back, I dont want to have left this world behind without bringing attention to one of the greatest travesties to ever disgrace a comic book cover Legends of the Dark Claw. Because he was a combination of Batman and Wolverine though, you can just call him Wolverbat.
In the late 1990s, the comic industry was becoming stagnant and was desperate for something to shake things up. What did the geniuses come up with? This Amalgam series. DC and Marvel hooked up, did the nasty, and spit out a series of comics by combining popular superheroes from each company into one. They were all horrible, but the worst of the bunch was Wolverbat. I mean Dark Claw.
Even the name was stupid Robin (named Sparrow) was a chick, which was fine, but they also made her a bimbo. A dumb bimbo. No like, really. I cant even go on. Just know these series were a disgrace that shall never be spoken of henceforth.
Thats it for todays show. Im heading underground for a while. If you want to catch glimpses of where Im popping up before I come back into the spotlight, be sure to follow me on Twitter at @UncleLesterWIFI too or send me an email with your gamer topic at [email protected]!