Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Who Would You Rather 4?

I know I know. I've been gone for about 7 months. Bite me.

Today's edition of Who Would You Rather? focuses on the girls of the WB. Let's not waste any time.

From left: Leighton Meester, Jessica Szohr, Taylor Momsen and Blake Lively

Gossip Girl

For a lot of people, these girls should win this. But for me, most of these girls are underwhelming. Blake Lively has an amazing body and I think she's allergic to bras, but there is something about her face that reminds me of the Sea Hag from Popeye.

Leighton Meester is ok, but just has a boring look. Taylor Momsen is 16 and from photos is made up to look like a Raggedy Ann doll so go get your pedophile fix somewhere else. Jessica Szohr is alright, but nothing to write home about. The Gossip Girl girls are good, but that's about it. At least they aren't as bad as my next entry:

From left: Jessica Stroup, Shenae Grimes, Jessica Lowndes and AnnaLynne McCord


Where to begin with this group? Ok, let me start by saying that Jessica Lowndes is very hot:

Now with that out of the way, this is the photo I considered using for the rest of the cast:

Tori Spelling leads the new 90210 cast members on their first day on set.

Where did they find these girls? Obviously the casting director was not a guy, because not self-respecting straight man would've picked these girls. When I long for the days of Donna Martin graduating because of her looks, then I know there's a problem.

From left: Stephanie Jacobsen, Jessica Lucas, Laura Leighton, Katie Cassidy and Ashlee Simpson

Melrose Place

Laura Leighton is 41 years old. She wasn't hot when the show first started and she's not hot now. Ashlee Simpson has improved, but there was nowhere else for her to go but up. Katie Cassidy and Stephanie Jacobsen have amazing bodies and they are both pretty hot, but there is one girl that stands out and that is Jessica Lucas.

From left: Jessica Lucas and Mrs. Howell

Look at that body. Holy crap! This girl is so fine that she beats the previous two casts almost singlehandedly. Hopefully, Melrose Place gets cancelled soon and she goes on to a great career in something better. Or porn.

From left: Sara Canning, Nina Dobrev, Candice Accola and Kayla Ewell

Vampire Diaries

But our winners are the girls of Vampire Diaries. Firstly, these girls are hot even in their mugshots after getting arrested for flashing motorists from a highway bridge. 

All of these girls have amazing bodies and are cute to boot. Nina Dobrev is the star of the show and she has legs that run up to her head. She is gorgeous and in any other world, she would be the hottest girl from her show. But alas, it is not meant to be:

Meet Katerina Graham. And with that, the girls of Vampire Diaries destroy all three other shows combined.


Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Not An April Fool's Joke

This is old (even older than McFarlane's Haunt), but I hadn't realized how many people hadn't seen this yet. This is Smash, a new comic written by Jeph Loeb (Nooooooooooo) with are by Rob Liefeld (Nooooooooo). Yes, this nightmare team of creators has decided that the world needs more poorly-written comics starring characters with no feet. 

I'm not sure which is the worst creator team-up ever, Loeb-Liefeld or Liefeld and director Brett Ratner who are working together on the Youngblood movie.

There's also something else about Smash. He looks vaguely familiar. I don't know, maybe somebody can figure this out. I do have the most creative origin for him.

"Scientist Dirk Danner was an expert in Delta Rays. During one of his experiments, a young boy on a skateboard named Nick Cones a Delta Bomb test that Dr. Danner has initiated. Danner runs out to save the boy, but gets caught in the blast. Now, whenever Dr. Danner gets horny, he turns into a giant purple monster, the Unbelievable Smash!"

The Yankees Will Win The World Series

The New York Yankees will win the World Series and here's why:

1) Better pitching. Last year's rotation had Mike Mussina as the staff ace for most of the year. Andy Pettitte was #2. This year, Pettitte is the fifth starter. Chien-Ming Wang is back from injury and is now a #3 starter. CC Sabathia and A.J. Burnett are the top two, and while I am not a big Burnett guy, he is better than Sidney Ponson and all the other crappy guys that pitched last year. Last year's team won 89 games with a weak rotation. I am positive these guys will add a lot of wins.

2) The lineup is still strong. Most of these guys are getting old and injury-prone, but I believe that Jorge Posada and Hideki Matsui still will produce a ton of runs. Adding Mark Texeira at 1B was huge. He will protect A-Rod when he comes back from injury. Derek Jeter can still get his hits. Johnny Damon is still dangerous. Robinson Cano will bounce back. And Melky Cabrera is being replaced by rookie Brett Gardner (who is a terror on the basepaths).

3) The division will be weaker. Manny Ramirez is gone, and while Jason Bay is a good player and teammate, he is no Manny. David Ortiz, Mike Lowell and Jason Varitek are declining at a rapid pace. J.D. Drew is bound to get injured. The Red Sox lineup is not as strong as it once was. I could see them missing the playoffs altogether. As for the Rays, I just don't see them repeating last year's success. Call it a hunch, but things went too perfect for them last year. I don't think they can repeat that performance.

So you heard it here first folks! Place your bets for the Yankees beating the Mets in the 2009 World Series.  

Who Would You Rather? 3

Girls Next Door Edition

Kendra Wilkinson

Bridget Marquardt

Holly Madison

Let's start this off by getting rid of Bridget right off the bat. She is the oldest, the fattest (by Hollywood and Playboy standards) and the ugliest. At the Playboy Mansion, women like Bridget are usually taken back to the grotto and are Old Yellered.

Now we come down to Kendra and Holly. Kendra is easily hotter and prettier than Holly. She is into sports and plays the tomboy part well. She is probably also a really wild lay. Seems like an open and shut easy win for Kendra doesn't it? Well, no.

Now many of you won't agree with me (and I don't give a shit) but there is something about Holly that gives her the slight edge in my book. She is completely insane. Only a nutjob (or golddigger, but she could be both) would want Hef's 8,000-year-old seed in her. Holly kept talking about wanting to marry Hef and have children with him. This girl is batshit insane, which makes me think that she is all about being freaky in bed (jacuzzi, elevator, airplane). She seems the type that would do "anything" to please her guy and for that, Holly slightly edges out Kendra.


Monday, March 9, 2009

Who Would You Rather 2?

Tricia Helfer (BSG)

Evangeline Lilly (Lost)

Yvonne Strahovski (Chuck)

You know that these three are mega hotties when Tricia Helfer finishes in third place. 

Helfer is super hot as a Cylon in BSG, but for me, she is a bit behind the other two.

Now, if you asked me three years ago who was hotter than Evangeline Lilly, I would find it difficult to come up with an answer. "Freckles" has one of the best bodies I have ever seen, and even though she was dating that Hobbit guy, I couldn't hold it against her. If I ever met him, I would probably kill him and take his body to a lab to be dissected. Then we could find out what type of weird scent he was releasing that would make a girl like her want to have sex with a guy like him.

But then one day a crazy thing happened, I started watching a show about a nerd working at Best Buy. When I first saw Yvonne Strahovski, I actually wasn't that impressed. I thought she was just another hot blonde, but that was about it. But as she kicked ass in skimpier outfits every episode, my lust meter went through the roof. I know it's weird to say, but her character changed my perception of her. At times she had that innocent fuck me look. Then it was an ass kicking fuck me look. Other times it was a stern fuck me look. Her fuck me look range was off the charts!

So to sum up, Strahovski would be my choice at the moment barely edging out Lilly. This could change as easily as the direction of the wind, but that is my final answer today.


Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Can We Please Just Stop Overdoing It?

Look, I don't want to say bad things about a dead guy, but can we stop pretending that Heath Ledger was the greatest actor ever? Can people also stop coming out of the woodwork proclaiming themselves Heath Ledger fans or how awesome he was?

Let me explain. I think he was a good actor and his portrayal of the Joker was phenomenol, but one year later and people are saying how amazing he was.

This quote for example: "One other guarantee is that I'll be a sensitive mess when Ledger wins (the Oscar). That dude was awesome, and it sucks that he’s gone."

It does suck that he's gone, but he was "awesome?" He definitely had potential, but based on his career, I wouldn't go as far as saying he was awesome.

10 Things I Hate About You - Fine, let's say he gets a break for this piece of crap cause it's his first major role.

The Patriot - American Braveheart was a pretty boring movie and it was all about Mel anyway.

Monster's Ball - Halle Berry taking it doggie style from Billy Bob Thornton was great, but did anybody really like this movie?

The Four Feathers - Bombed.

Ned Kelly and The Order - Horrible movies.

Lords of Dogtown - Haven't seen it. I've heard good things, but I'm not sure how big his role was.

The Brothers Grimm - How this movie sucked was beyond me.

Brokeback Mountain - Movie wasn't bad, performance was excellent.

Casanova, Candy and I'm Not There - Crap, haven't seen it and small role.

The Dark Knight - Excellent, though I still maintain that Chris Nolan was more important to the awesomeness of that movie.

So again, how awesome was he? I put him up there with River Phoenix, untapped potential who was lost too early. But let's not put him in the same category as some of the current greats.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Monday, February 9, 2009

So I guess I got kicked off another My Little Pony Forum

A few notes:

1) The guy who did this is either a genius or insane. Or both.
2) There are My Little Pony Forums?
3) Don't fuck with Princess Biscuit.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Todd McFarlane Jumped The Shark

This character looks vaguely familiar. Hmmm...

Monday, February 2, 2009

Top 10 Reality Shows

Ah, reality shows. We love them and we love to hate them. I've wasted many hours watching these crappy shows. Reality shows are a testament to how low society has fallen, but I just can't stop watching these train wrecks. I even watch America's Next Top Model, which didn't make this list because of my intense, seething hatred of Tyra Banks.

So without further ado, the Top 10 Reality Shows list:

10) American Idol
8 Seasons

Once American Idol reaches the final 12, the show gets incredibly boring. It is a horrible talent show and I usually dislike all of them. Where American Idol shines is during the early stages of the competition, when deluded individuals who think they can sing get verbally berated by Simon Cowell. It makes for some great TV.

Watching these contests try and sing is hilariously funny, especially when they beg to sing another song or just start singing again over the judges. Cowell definitely makes it funnier, despite Paula Abdul's drunken, stoned attempts to ruin the show.

9) Tommy Lee Goes to College
1 Season

I hesitated adding this because it was as much a reality show as The Hills or Laguna Beach, in other words, it was completely scripted. But it really was a funny show and the writers deserve credit. Watching Tommy get into one "zany" adventure after another was better than most shows that are labelled as sitcoms these days.

8) The Surreal Life 
6 Seasons

The Surreal Life actually performed a public service. 

Firstly, it gave work to some of the most washed up "celebrities" out there.

Secondly, it informed me on how things were going for stars of the past like Vanilla Ice, MC Hammer and Peter Brady.

This show had some great moments. Verne "Mini-Me" Troyer pissing in the house, Vanilla Ice having meltdown after meltdown breaking things, including breaking down a door because he couldn't find any salt and the emergence of Flavor Flav as a reality star.

7) Foursome
2 Seasons

If you've never seen Foursome, then congratulations, you're not a pervert and don't subscribe to the Playboy Channel, but you are also missing out on one of the funniest, most over-the-top reality shows.

The premise is simple, 2 guys and 2 girls stay in a house for 24 hours. During this time, different games and outings with sexual themes are arranged for them. Then they have sex. It's pretty awesome. Of course, since the show is on the Playboy Channel, nothing is censored and these porn stars in training don't hold back.

One hilarious episode had the two girls taking a bubble bath together. One of the girls was feeling kind of down, so the other one decided to cheer her up by getting her "toy" and...well you get it now right?

6) Hell's Kitchen
5 Seasons

Gordon Ramsey is a dick, but watching him swear and throw things at total morons is fun.

This show let's aspiring chefs take over one of Ramsey's restaurants if they win. Why in God's name anyone would go to these restaurants after watching this show is beyond me. None of these people are ever any good and their personal hygiene leaves a lot to be desired. 

Watching Ramsey berate them is the only reason to watch, but it is a good reason.

5) The Apprentice
8 Seasons

Speaking of assholes, Donald Trump may very well define that word, but watching The Donald fire wanna-be yuppies every week is a lot of fun. 

Even the celebrity version of this show wasn't bad, not including Stephen Baldwin acting like a douchebag. 

But what makes this show is the normal version. Watching The Donald tell these losers off, fire them and then have them thank him ("Thank you, Mr. Trump") is fantastic. Just once I'd like someone to get voted off and tell Trump to kiss their ass.

4) The Amazing Race
14 Seasons

It was tough to decide between The Amazing Race and #3 choice for the title of "Best of the Legitimate Reality Shows," but coming there is no shame in second place.

The production of the Amazing Race is second to none. Its editing is incredible and makes for a fine viewing experience. Host Phil Keoghan is a legend to TAR fans for never standing still while describing the next leg of the race. He is ALWAYS walking.

The puzzles are fun and the destinations are interesting. Other than the "ugly American" stereotype that certain teams exhibit, this show is always exciting.

3) Survivor
18 Seasons

Survivor is the granddaddy of U.S. reality shows. When Richard Hatch won the million dollar prize as the evil mastermind of season 1, the TV landscape was changed forever. 

Survivor would have been higher on the list, if not for the trend lately of undeserving players winning. The strong and smart are usually voted out, because some idiot makes a dumb decision or gets lucky.

But Survivor has also had some great moments, none greater than Richard Hatch pulling off a win in that very first season. Despite its flaws, Survivor is still a must watch show.

2) Rock of Love
3 Seasons

To the untrained eye, there isn't much difference between Rock of Love and other similar VH1 and MTV shows like I Love New York or A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila, but Bret Michaels and the women(?) that are vying for his heart are above all the rest.

It begins with Bret Michaels trying to act like he actually wants to find love. Looking for love in a group of porn stars, prostitutes, strippers and aspiring actresses is like looking for a hit Bret Michaels' song, impossible.

Bret is at his best when his righteousness takes over. This season he scolded and eliminated a girl for giving away a gift that he claimed meant a lot to him. That Bret, he sure is a classy guy. Of course, 5 minutes later he probably had another orgy like he did in seasons 1 and 2. 

Bret trying to be smart is also priceless. For example, this season one of the girls had a hidden cell phone and called her boyfriend. Bret of course had no idea. At the end of the episode, he threw her off the show and stated that he always knew. Sure Bret, the producers didn't tell you what was going on did they? Of course the other girls also warned Bret, but who would listen to them anyway.

The other thing that makes this show awesome is the girls. It's not that they are eye candy. Most of them are so used up that Bret should probably be wearing a hazmat suit when he comes into contact with them. 

1) Real World/Road Rules Challenge
16 Seasons

This is a controversial decision for all 3 of you that read this, but the Real World/Road Rules series of reality competitions is the best. 

Let me make it clear, The Real World and Road Rules both suck individually, but there is something about the Challenge, which pits them against each other.

One of the best parts of this show is that contestants appear in multiple seasons, while new blood is brought in from the new RW and RR seasons.

You really get to know all of these professional challenge players and hilarity always ensues. You get to see the drama of how many of these people have slept with each other (answer: all of them). 

You get to see people "retire." Yes, people retire from the Challenge and announce it with pride and a speech. 

The drunken fights, the sober fights, the fights about fights and the love decagons all make this show the best reality show.

Another excellent facet of this show is the scouting. You watch the Real World and Road Rules, to see which cast members would make good additions to the challenge. It's like watching a college basketball season to see who will get drafted by the NBA.

And of course, a lot of the contestants are hot. Very hot.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Ranking the Presidents of 24

(Certain Presidents are not added for a variety of reasons. Deal with it.)

5) President Allison Taylor
Season 7 and Redemption

Ok. It's only been 5 episodes. But Allison Taylor is easily the worst president in the history of the show. She's boring. She's too fucking good. "Oh the poor Sengalans." Please. Like a President of the U.S. would ever act like that.

I'm not sure if she is being portrayed as a "bleeding heart liberal," but this is ridiculous. She allows her citizens to die because she wants to fight a war in another continent. What type of idiot president would do that? 

But seriously, the truth is that so far she has no ulterior motives for doing things. She wants to held Sengalans cause it's the right thing to do. That's just bullshit and boring. I hope she gets more interesting soon.

4) Wayne Palmer
As President: Season 6
Also appeared in Seasons 3 & 5

Wayne was much more interesting when he wasn't President and instead was his brother David's Chief of Staff. He was having affairs, breaking into people's houses and getting people killed. He was awesome.

As President, his biggest moment was almost getting killed and coming back to work early before falling into a coma. Sure, that showed he was a hardass, but nothing compared to all the cool things he did before. 

3) Noah Daniels
Season 6

I was hesitant to put Daniels on this list because he was President for about half a season. He only took over after Wayne Palmer was almost assassinated.

But Daniels deserves a special mention because the guy was a gigantic asshole. As vice-president, he tried to authorize the implementation of racial profiling and detention centers. He ordered a nuclear strike against an unnamed country despite the opposition of most of his cabinet. He had one of his advisors prejure herself to try and steal the presidency. Worst of all, he tried to have Jack Bauer arrested. Douche.

2) David Palmer
As President: Seasons 2 & 3
Also appeared in Seasons 1, 4 & 5

I never thought there would be a better President that David Palmer. His friendship with Jack was great and you always knew Jack was in good hands.

Palmer was a good man, but unlike the current crappy President, made tough decisions that weren't always the "right" thing to do. That is what is missing from Taylor. 

Anyway, Palmer survived multiple assassination attempts till he was killed in the season premiere of Season 5. Still, he always seemed Presidential and was a great ally for Jack. 

1) President Charles Logan
As President: Seasons 4 & 5
Also appeared in Season 6

There was no better President than Charles Logan (as portrayed by Gregory Itzin). 

He took over after President Keeler was incapacitated after Air Force One was shot down.  The character grew from there.

During his time as acting President, Logan was a sniveling, cowardly worm. He decided to lead from a bunker instead of the Oval Office because he was scared for his life. He was completely unprepared to make any decisions. You wanted to reach into the TV and smack him around.

He had David Palmer come in and make all of his decisions for him. Logan was also known for throwing a temper tantrum like an insulted school girl when he didn't like something.

Then in Season 5, Logan really hit his stride. He gave in to terrorist demands over and over again, sacrificing the lives of 11 Americans in a mall. He was even prepared to let his wife and the Russian Prime Minister be killed, but they were saved by Aaron Pierce. 

Logan also invoked martial law, was complicit in the assassination of David Palmer and the selling of nerve gas to terrorists. He also ordered the murder of one of his Secret Service agents and threatened to have his wife, Martha, committed.

Logan also decided to take on Jack Bauer (always a big mistake) by having a warrant issued for his arrest, then ordering a navy jet to shoot down a passenger plane Jack had...um...commandeered that had evidence of Logan's illegal acts. With help from Martha, Jack eventually kidnapped Logan and tricked him into confessing all his illegal acts. He was arrested and currently lives under house arrest.

But all these acts were played so well by Itzin that you just HATED Logan. To give a comparison, his portrayal of Logan is on par with Michael Emerson's portrayal of Ben Linus on Lost. He is just a guy you love to hate.

Logan's most heinous act may have been having sex with Martha in-between a three minute commercial break. When the show went to commercial, they weren't even partly undressed. Charles Logan was also a minute man.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Top 8 Most Hated People in Comics

8) Kevin Huxford

This guy would be higher on this list if more people knew who he was. I wasn't even sure that I should give him any publicity, but I just couldn't ignore this piece of work (you'll thank me for not being able to find a larger photo of him).

Kevin Huxford is a blogger/internet troll who calls himself a "journalist." 

What he manages to do is piss off everybody he comes in contact with. He stalks and insults Marvel writer Dan Slott any chance he gets. This stems from when our mild mannered "reporter" decided to report TV/comic book writer Marc Guggenheim to the Writer's Guild of America, even though Marc had done nothing wrong. Marc laughed the whole incident off, but when Slott stood up for his friend, Huxford became obsessed with Slott.

It was in this exchange that we found out that Kevin's activism with unions comes from his time working as a grocery bagger. This man is a hero.

That is, until you see his shirtless vlogs on YouTube. *shudder* 

7) The Sentry

The Sentry is the only fictional character on this list (unless Grocery Bagger Union Buster isn't real). 

The Sentry's story begins as a hoax between Marvel and Wizard Magazine. The two companies "revealed" in a story that a lost Silver Age character created by Stan Lee had been found in some closet or something. A fairly successful series was then created by Paul Jenkins and Jae Lee. That should have ended the story of Marvel's Superman who had the "power of one million exploding suns" (whatever the hell that means).

But then Marvel went overboard. The Sentry joined the Avengers. The Sentry saved the day in World War Hulk. The Sentry was EVERYWHERE, being crammed down fans' throats.

Now The Sentry just needs to die.

6) Rich Johnston

Rich Johnston is a necessary evil to people in comics. He is like the paparazzi to celebrities.

Rich writes the popular gossip column "Lying in the Gutters." Through his "sources" he breaks stories that many in the comic industry aren't ready to reveal yet. But what Rich does is create buzz for these stories as well. So while many comic creators and execs publicly state that Rich is "harmful to the industry" and my personal favorite, "a vulture," these same people sometimes let things "slip" on purpose as a way to get publicity through LitG.

So in a way, Rich Johnston is the man that comic professionals love to hate.

P.S. - He is also a shameless self-promoter and will probably link this post to his column. *Crosses fingers*

5) Jeph Loeb

He's on this list because he writes crap like this:

'Nuff said.

4) Dan Didio/Joe Quesada/Anyone else who's in charge

These guys are all lumped together because it stems from a hatred of authority. Keep in mind that both Dan Didio and Joe Quesada have been in charge of their respective companies in one of the most successful periods for both DC and Marvel.

But somehow, both Dan and Joe have managed to "rape the childhoods" of countless comic book fans. Every decision these guys make is met with cries of outrage. 

If message boards are to be believed (which they never should be) Joe's decision to undo Spider-Man's wedding to Mary Jane almost created a string of mass suicides. 

He even got shit for wanting to take smoking out of comics, as if the Hulk lighting up would change the story in any way.

Dan is just maligned for ordering the death of a new character daily. It's not like anybody is going to miss Sue Dibny. Lately, "reports" that Dan Didio will be fired do to tension in DC's offices were obviously off the mark.

3) Chuck Austen

Chuck Austen was so hated that it drove him out of the comic industry. Austen was a mediocre writer who had stints on both Avengers and X-Men. That could have been the end of the story, but for some reason Chuch Austen collapsed under the pressure.

The more he was pushed by his critics, the more he pushed back. It became really heated when Austen was called a misogynist who hates women and is obsessed with sex. Austen kept fighting back, but it just got worse. He was replaced on Action Comics by a ghostwriter as fans panned him for making Lois Lane and Lana Lang fight with each other.

Honestly, the things Austen was maligned for was being too open with fans. He was crushed under the weight of not taking criticism well and hasn't written a comic in 5 years.

2) John Byrne

What the hell happened to John Byrne? At one time, he was the #1 creator in comics. His runs on X-Men and Fantastic Four are two of the all-time greatest on any comic book ever. If John Byrne was taking over a series, you just knew it was going to be amazing.

Then one day, John Byrne went bat shit crazy. 

There was the time he compared the theft of intellectual property to rape.

There was the time he called Steve Irwin "an asshole" on the day he died.

There are his views on terrorism: "The only acceptable response, now that we are officially in a new world, is for the American government to go Old Testament on these motherfuckers. 

Operation Flaming Sword. Find them and kill them. And kill their wives, their children, their mothers, their fathers, their brothers, sisters, cousins, aunts, uncles, butchers, bakers, candlestick makers. Go Super-Israel, and let them know what it feels like to be "at war" with the United States."

His views on the comic industry: Face it - for the most part, when you say "comic book professional" what you mean is "unprofessional yahoo who is more concerned with making a name for himself and masturbating all his emotionally retarded fans than paying attention to the history of the titles, the characters, or the work done by other creators."

On Christopher Reeve (after his death): "I've gotten tired of people calling Christopher Reeve a hero. A really terrible thing happened to him and our society can't deal with it when terrible things happen so we try to make out that it isn't a terrible thing - 'It's an uplifting thing. He's a hero.' He's not a hero, he's in hell."

I won't even get into his racial slurs here. Check out this site for his Greatest Hits: en.wikiquote.org/wiki/John_Byrne.

He has fought with fans and comic pros alike. His feuds with Joe Quesada, Erik Larsen and Peter David, among others, are epic. Even his message board is run like an internment camp.
It's surprising to even me that he isn't #1 on this list, but somehow the following name on this list is hated even more.

1) Rob Liefeld

Where do I begin? Rob Liefeld is definitely the most hated person in the world of comics. Mention his name anywhere and it turns into a bitchfest.

"The guy can't draw feet." (Which after so many years is bizarrely true. Why doesn't he take some lessons?)

"The guy has problems drawing anatomy." (Which Captain Booberica below probably agrees with.)

"His books are always late." (Also true. According to Wikipedia, his Youngblood series was up to 9 months late.)

"He plagiarizes." (Yup.)

But Rob is not some innocent victim. He finds a way to piss people off at every turn. He posts on message boards arguing with anyone and everyone, from guys named Doombug to artists like Rags Morales (Rags completely embarrassed Rob in that thread with the now classic line, "And as far as being me? I'm sure you'd lop off you right wrist to be me. If you knew what a wrist looked like.")

Basically what it comes down to is this. Rob was a superstar at Marvel, even co-creating my favorite character Deadpool (though he looked very similar to DC Comics' Deathstroke). He became very famous, very fast and even did an ad for Levi's 501 jeans. He left Marvel and became one of the founders of Image.

It was all downhill from there. He alienated the co-founders of Image and was eventually removed from the company. His books never came out on time and they were garbage. He was basically phoning it in. To top it off, his arrogance rubbed a lot of comic fans the wrong way and put him at the top of this list. 

Rob Liefeld brought this upon himself. He, along with his 4-5 disciples who go to different message boards claiming that Liefeld is the next messiah, should spend less time fighting with fans online or falling asleep during meetings, and instead work on his craft and learn to be more humble. Then maybe one day people will like Rob Liefeld.