Saturday, August 09, 2014

Director Zack Snyder Defends Aquaman Due to His...Trident


You really can't make these kinds of syncs up. Right after posting "Several Sites Are Studying Trident Syncs," one comes of another trident moment from the universe of comic books and superheroes.



IGN News' Jim Vejvoda penned an interesting little bit of popular culture news about how "Batman v Superman Director Zack Snyder Defends Aquaman on Detroit Radio."

Disturbed by what he was hearing from some disc jockeys who were criticizing Aquaman, Snyder phoned in his defense: 
The cool thing with Aquaman is he has his trident. You have to realize that could cut the flesh of Superman if they came in contact. That's a thing that's in the canon. He's super strong because, of course, he can exist at these super deep depths. So when he comes up here, he's crazy strong. Anyway, not to say he's in my movie or anything like that, but he has the potential to be bad ass, that's all I’m saying.
That's right. Because Aquaman has a trident!


2 comments:

ray said...

Canon? What canon? Hm perhaps young Mr Snyder is thinking of his hero's 'backup trident'. :O)

Hello Zack? Whatever you make up moment by moment doesn't constitute a comic canon. It constitutes your ego. Now THAT'S super, man.

Aquaguy doesn't look badass to me. He looks like most 'superheroes' these days -- homosexual, overdrawn, and trying a bit too hard to be powerful.

Cheers.

Johnny said...

I wonder when Trident gum is gonna hit the news...