In which my wife is a super villain

Yesterday, I told Twitter: If Anne was a super villain, she'd be The Earworm, and she would terrorize the citizens by putting horrible songs into their head.

Twitter worked its magic, and a short time later, this appeared:


Thank you, @jadegordon, for making something awesome.

12 thoughts on “In which my wife is a super villain”

  1. To cute. What did she think??? And now if she accompanys to cons she has something to sign. Im sure could have her own panel about the exploits of living with Wil Wheaton.

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  3. Wil, this is probably the only time you could call your wife a worm and get away with it. Well played, sir!
    Ann should get this as a tattoo, and start selling t-shirts.

  4. That picture is fabulous. Someone needs to needlepoint it.
    Also: I said, “What about Breakfast at Tiffany’s?” She said, “I think I remember the film… as I recall, I think we both kind of liked it.” And I said, “Well, that’s one thing we’ve got.”

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