Thursday, June 23, 2011

"No Right Answer"

Chris Pranger and Kyle Martinak, whom some of you may know as the "Armchair Thinkers," have a show now called "No Right Answer." You should maybe watch it, yes?

DISCLOSURE: Yes, I have worked with Kyle and Chris in the past, and the show airs on a website I am also affiliated with. I have not been asked by any of these parties to do a "plug," I just liked the show.

5 comments:

The Mason said...

That was...odd. But their back and forth was entertaining, so I'll continue to check this out.

Chris Evans said...

Why DID they change it to Yellow and not Red? Yellow and Green are Analogous colors.

JMinor said...

At first I didn't understand what the title was supposed to mean but then I read the description of this episode and had a pretty good laugh. Nerd arguments really do have no right answers

Vault Dweller said...

IN BLACKEST DAY
IN BRIGHTEST NIGHT
BEWARE YOUR FEARS MADE INTO LIGHT
LET THOSE WHO TRY TO STOP WHAT'S RIGHT
BEWARE HIS POWER SINESTRO'S MIGHT!

wood just doesn't have that kind of significance now does it?

MovieBob said...

@Chris Evans,

More than likely, it was that red and green often tended to bleed together on the newsprint-style paper used for comics in those days, while yellow and green are consistently distinct.

This is pretty much the "why" of 99% of Golden/Silver Age comic color schemes - for example, notice HOW MANY heroes are based around either a single-color OR two ultra-distinct color costumes (re: red/blue Superman, blue/gray Batman, yellow/red Iron Man, green/purple Hulk, yellow/blue X-Men, etc.)