Above, you’ll find the cover of Gravity #1, published not so long ago in 2005. The cover has little, if anything, to do with the law, but we had to share it. Mainly, we chose this cover because we really, really want to go see the new Alfonso Cuaron film, the science fiction thriller Gravity, which stars Sandra Bullock and George Clooney and hits theaters today. Now, we should say that the new film has nothing to do whatsoever with this comic book. They are not related in any way. But we’re so fixated on the new film that we can justify posting this cover today. In fact, we’d never actually heard of the super hero Gravity before, but Wikipedia tells us:
Greg Willis is born and raised in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. During the summer after his high school graduation, while on board his family’s yacht, Greg is sucked into a mysterious black hole. He is found hours later by his parents, unharmed. After the incident, Greg finds that he is able to manipulate the gravitational force around his body and nearby objects. Looking to take advantage of his new powers, Greg moves east to New York City to study licensing and merchandising at New York University, and becomes a marketable member of the superhero community known as Gravity.
That said, we’re much more interested in the movie than this would-be superhero. Oh, well.
Buzzfeed presents: “21 Strange And Offensive Things That Happened To Lois Lane.” Yikes.
The October 2013 issue of the G-Bar News is out, and you can find it here. As you may recall, the G-Bar News is the official publication of the Greenville County, South Carolina Bar association.
Apparently, the federal government shutdown is affecting craft beer! Check out this article from the Beer of SC blog.