#1714: Master Kong Sichuan Hot Spicy Fish - China

Finished (click image to enlarge). Added sliced fish cake, mung bean sprouts, white onion and coriander. The noodles are plentiful and of good quality. The broth has a spiciness that is unmistakably Sichuan pepper. Definitely has a Chinese fish dish flavor to it as well. The smattering of supplied vegetables came out alright as far as hydration goes. 3.75 out of 5.0 stars. EAN bar code 6920208934287.


Kang Seul Gi - 940210
today is your day seulgi am excited for you hopefully have a very nice day with your members and friends of smtown is that you will receive many gifts and that I am happy I hope you care much are a nice group without you the Group would not be anything and that goodbye - Happy Birthday ♥

I’ve been teasing this for a while, but here’s my project during Secret Wars. It’s called SIEGE and here’s the first interview about it

Basically - the Night’s Watch from Game of Thrones, but recruited from the whole Marvel Multiverse, and an even harder task.

The cast? Here’s a quote…

“There’s Abigail Brand. The main difference [from the S.W.O.R.D. series] is that she’s considerably older; 39 or so. There’s Leah of Hel, who is basically a twin-blade warlock Red Sonya character in a full length emerald chainmail. Leah’s best friend is fellow-demon sorceress Illyanna Rasputin, who rides an enormous metallic colossus into battle. The Endless Summers are about 1000 rejected clones from the realm of Baron Sinister, with ruby eyes and fine Jane-Austen-meets-Jack-Kirby outfits. There’s Lady Katherine Bishop, who’s basically Robin Hood and Maid Marian in one purple outfit. Oh, and a couple of UNITs trapped deep beneath the wall and being as sinister as ever. And Miss America, who remains Miss America Chavez.

“In terms of people I’ve never really touched, there’s Nick Fury doing some fine flashback mentor role. Leonardo Da Vinci from S.H.I.E.L.D. in a form where he has four arms and four legs, and is known as the Vitruvian Man. There’s Ben Grimm—now just Grimmwho has a very personal relationship with the Shield. Most of all, there’s Kang, who is Abigail Brand’s new second on the wall and has…something of a personality clash with Abigail. Honestly, I just love writing Kang. I mean both the character and the name. Just writing the word ‘Kang!’ is awesome. Kang! Kang! Kang!”

The main artist is Filipe Andrade, who is doing fine and wonderful things…

And the book’s other concept is that every issue we have artists doing a guest spread, summing up an attack. Here’s James Stokoe, who is astounding…

Basically, this is my semi-spiritual sequel to S.W.O.R.D. that tries to be Next Wave as a tragedy. It’s probably the most ludicrously me thing I’ve ever done for Marvel. I hope you have as much fun with it as I have had writing it.