Superhero Color Theory, Part II: Secondary Characters
Last time in Superhero Color Theory we explained why our main heroes look the way they do. Now it's time to look at the secondary colors and how they often, but not always, signal the presence of a bad guy. Obviously it makes the most sense visually, that to stand apart from a primary colored (red/blue/yellow) hero, you want a secondary colored (purple/green/orange) one. But what do these colors tell us about what type of character the heroes are encountering?
The Crazy Blake Griffin Dunk That Didn’t Count and Others That Did [VIDEOS]
Phoenix Suns' head coach Alvin Gentry labeled the dunk Los Angeles Clippers' rookie Blake Griffin threw down over Suns' center Marcin Gortat on Sunday as "impressive of a dunk as I have seen in the NBA in 23 years." Unfortunately for Griffin, the dunk didn't count, since he was called for a charge. After the jump, watch Griffin posterize Gortat. (Does it still count as posterization when