Agent M Loves Tacos

Hello there! I'm Ryan Penagos aka Agent M! I'm the Executive Editorial Director for Marvel Digital Media Group and What does that mean? Well, I write and edit and travel and tweet and do some pretty cool stuff for all things Marvel. It's a rad gig.

I live with my darling wife Elizabeth and our four fabulous kitties (Lucy, Maybellene, Lola & Brian Eno).

This is my Tumblr blog. It'll be full of cute animals, comics, video games, tattoos, lotsa Marvel stuff and much more. Enjoy!

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Music | Tacos | Sloths | Gifs | Dogs | Random

See also:
Marvel on Tumblr
Ric Flair Getting Kicked in the Face
Nerd Cats

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Kitty Brian Eno sports the cone of…not quite shame, but more general annoyance…on this lovely Caturday.

Hanging out with Brian Eno today.

Our poor little Kitty Brian Eno has to wear the cone of shame. He got his leg caught in something in the middle of the night (as best as we can guess) and hurt it. It’s not TOO bad, but he’s got a bunch of stiches and some meds and the evil evil cone.

Goodnight from Lola, Kitty Brian Eno and the rest of us here.

Kitty Brian Eno being a champ at the vet’s office. He’s healthy!

Our kitty Brian Eno wishes you all a lovely Caturday.

For all my couch-bound readers out there, watch for a three-kitty pileup over on the north end of the couch.

The wife just sent this to me and that’s Lucy, Maybellene and Brian Eno all snuggled up together. God, I love them all so much.

A random smattering of stuff I enjoyed this week.

  • While sick with a wicked cold yesterday I beat both Halo: Reach and Mass Effect 2. Loved ‘em both, probably teh Haloz more than ME2. But I’m psyched for ME3! And I put some quality time into Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions. All the tricksy challenges: I want to complete them!
  • I probably listened to Cloud Cult’s “Light Chasers” album 4 or 5 times this week. I’m diggin’ it big time.
  • Something just clicked for me with Anamanaguchi, as well. They need more songs so I can enjoy the 8-bit goodness to the max.
  • We got a new rug in our bedroom and it’s super-soft. My feets like it. Even better, the cats love it. Maybellene was rolling on it and rubbing herself all over it. Too cute for words.
  • Community and 30 Rock started up again. Both season premieres were fantastic.
  • We saw The Town today and it was excellent. Ben Affleck was great as both actor and director. And Jeremy Renner! I didn’t even realize that was him in the movie until Elizabeth told me while we were driving home. He’s gonna be so awesome as Hawkeye in Marvel Studios’ The Avengers!
  • The latest issue of Bendis & Romita Jr.’s AVENGERS was full of crazy and I loved it.
  • This is my little guy, Brian Eno. He jumped on my lap while I was typing this. He’s now purring and it’s wonderful—and a bit difficult to type.

What rad stuff did you dig this week?

Two of our cats at home being ADORABLE! (via @alex_segura) David Byrne is on the left, Brian Eno is on the right. Yes, those are their names. Our other cats are named Lucille, Maybellene and Lola. It’s all about the music.

via alexsegura:

David Byrne and Brian Eno’s latest collaboration.

Meet our new kitties, Brian Eno (he’s a tuxedo cat) and Lola (she’s a long-hair grey gal). They join Lucille and Maybellene, the 1.5 year-old female kitties Elizabeth and I saved from being killed on a farm (the farmers wouldn’t spay/neuter, yet there were new litters all the time, so they’d just…drown ‘em), and Alex’s 5-year-old boy cat David Byrne (DB walked into Alex’s life as a lil’ guy and hasn’t left).

We had no intention of getting new cats. David Byrne moved in this past August and the three cats are all still kind of getting used to each other. But we stopped into PetSmart today to pick up two things and Elizabeth and Alex made a crucial mistake: they went over to look at the cats. I make a point of not looking at dogs and cats at pet stores. It breaks my heart to see the animals stuck where they are and I just want to take them all home. So, of course, when E & A called me over to see a sweet 2-year-old cat named Lola who looked a bit like Lucy with long hair, I was doomed.

First it was looking at the cats from the outside, then it was talking to the volunteers about the cats, then it was going inside the cat holding area to meet the cats and pet them, then it was discussing conditions and volunteering and adoption procedures. While in there and playing with Lola, we met a sprightly little tuxedo kitten named Ryan. He was very playful and adorable and, we were told, just under a year old. We decided to leave the store, go get some stuff from CostCo and talk out the pros, cons and logistics of getting another cat. Removing ourselves from the heat of the moment seemed best.

It took about 20 minutes to agree that both Lola and Ryan had to be adopted. They’re both young and cute and friendly and we could give them a loving home. It would just break our hearts to leave them—and taking only one of them wasn’t even really an option. They both needed to come home. And in discussing everything, we decided that Lola had a great name that would fit in with Lucille and Maybellene, what with their names taken from rock songs (though their names are also homages to Arrested Development characters). And Ryan would need to be renamed. There’s only room for one Ryan in this house, obviously. Using LOGIC and SCIENCE, we decided we’d rename the cat Brian Eno. Brian sounds like Ryan and kitty Brian Eno looks a bit like kitty David Byrne and it seems only fitting, so he’d be renamed! We came up with all this before picking up the cats.

We adopted both Lola and Brian Eno and they’ve been adjusting pretty spectacularly (Lucy, Maybe and DB are a little slower to accept the new kids, but it’s all good). We’ve agreed we made the right decision and we’re all happy that the family has grown by two.