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Tuesday, December 23, 2008

What You Need 

Some mornings, it's a picture of Wildcat groping Power Girl


"Karen didn't seem to like that much, Ted."
"Yeah, well, that's what Joan said last night, Jay."
"What?"
"You heard me!"
"But it doesn't make sense..."
"Yeah, well, that's what she said."
"What?"

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Thursday, December 18, 2008

Jay Garrick: Ladies Man 



"Say, Jay, what happened to Joan? Weren't you supposed to be bringing her?"
"Well, I certainly didn't vibrate her atoms into a wall because she threatened to tell you and Ted about my premature ejaculation problem, if that's what you're implying Alan."
"What?"
"Nothing."
"Did someone say ejaculation?"
"Not now, Ted."

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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Batman: Player 



"Hey, Clark, I ever tell you about the time I tricked a female astronaut into thinking the Earth had been destroyed and we had to recreate the human species on an alien planet?"
"Yes, Bruce. You have. Many times. That's exactly the sort of behavior that I'm sure makes your parents proud of you."
"...Screw you, Clark."
"What, do I look like an astronaut to you?"

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Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Batman: Police Sketch Artist 

Who is the Dark Knight Detective on the hunt for? Could it be an alien time traveller?


Hollywood bad-boy and occasional nudist Scott Caan?


Skaro bad-boy and occasional nudist Dalek Caan?


Or, in a rare cross-over, is he hunting down an over-exposed X-Man?


Only you know for certain!

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Monday, December 15, 2008

Clark Kent: Poor Little Alien Boy 



"*sob* They just didn't know...how much it hurt...to be Superboy, Bruce."
"What, am I your therapist now, Clark?"
"I'm sorry, Bruce, I just thought, you know, seeing your parents gunned down in front of you might make you more sensitive to the pain of child-hood."

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Thursday, December 11, 2008

Confused Batman is Confused 

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Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Batman at Bat 



"I don't get it, Clark. I can do twelve backflips from a standing position, know a dozen ways to cripple a man with my pinkie, but I can't hit a damn baseball."
"Well, Bruce, I know when I was a kid, my dad took me out to the fields every day and practiced throwing and hitting a ball with me. It's just a question of muscle memory."
"..."
"Oh, right, sorry. I forgot."
"Screw you, Clark."

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Tuesday, December 09, 2008

The Limitless Vanity of Lois Lane 



"As you can see, Clark, my name is a mystical sigil which encompasses all the words of the English language."
"What about xylophone?"
"...Screw you, Clark."

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Friday, December 05, 2008

Meta-Commentary Ahoy! 



This bit of unnecessary self-awareness brought to you in honor of Mike Sterling, defender of all unloved Bat-series.

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Monday, December 01, 2008

A Familiar Problem 



Ah, Charlton romance comics...keeping silly thoughts of "college" or "careers" out of girl's minds since 1960...

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Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Text? What Text? 



The Orgy Mistress and her commands must be obeyed, swingers!

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Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Subtext? What Subtext? 

Korak's milkshake brings all the Red Chinese to the jungle...



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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Not What Aristophanes Had In Mind 



















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Thursday, November 13, 2008

More Depravity in Duckberg 



I'm not sure what exactly those ducks are doing, but I'm fairly certain that Huey, Dewey and Louie are all underage!

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Monday, November 10, 2008

And Now, Magnus 



After the weekend I had, a little man-on-robot action is just the ticket.

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Friday, November 07, 2008

Batman Has A Way with the Ladies 



And how do you respond to the kiss from the nice lady, Bruce?



You, uh, you can't really catch anything from kissing, Bruce...

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Tuesday, November 04, 2008

The Trollop Dances 



Two things stand out here. One, is that very risque dress by Gold Key Comics standards. And two, what the heck is he going to do with that wrench?

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Friday, October 24, 2008

And Then There Was that Time the Marvel Family Fought Ghost Pirates 

So Billy and Mary and Freddie are out looking for contributions for a charity rummage sale, when they stop by Pa Potter's antique shop to hit the old man up for some goods. While there, they find an old pirate map and decide to go get pirate treasure and donate that to charity instead.
As you do...
So, hopping into Pa Potter's helicopter they all go off to find pirate treasure. When the inevitable happens:


The HUGE ASS GIANT RED SKULL bites the helicopter's tail off and only by quickly shouting out their magic words do the kid's escape death. Also, even though they changed right in front of them, Pa Potter apparently doesn't realize that the kids are really the Marvels.
Cap decides to take the fight to the skull, leading to this oddly disturbing panel:

And inside we get this:

Ghost pirates flying around inside a giant skull. Sims is weeping tears of joy right now, I can tell.

Cap gets his ass handed to him by the ghost pirates so he goes to help out the others while they fix the helicopter:

Freddie, you're an idiot.


Billy, you're an idiot.

Ah yes, the obligatory, "the Marvels get knocked out and gagged, thus preventing them from saying their magic words" sequence which happens in every Captain Marvel story.
Also, I have to say, after walking right into the not at all disguised skull, the kids kind of deserve it:


The kids find the treasure, which somehow kills the ghost pirates, and Captain Marvel leaves us with a not at all sanctimonious moral:

Which means, don't become an immortal ghost pirate with a cool flying skull hide-out or it will catch up with you, I guess.
Freddie's still an idiot, though.

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Thursday, October 23, 2008

Another Explosive Punchline 



Unfunny Golden Age gag strips are the new out of context Silver Age Superman panels.

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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Sexy Ladies of Model Airplaning 



Now, are the girls there to let other girls know this is a hobby they can have fun with too! Or just to get guys to pay attention to the ad?

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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Loses Something in Translation 

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Monday, October 20, 2008

Don't Piss Off Oncle Picsou 







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Friday, October 17, 2008

Demure Little Mary Marvel 

And then there was the time she beat up a tree

For not providing sufficient shade for her picnic.

And then there was the time she beat up some bakers

Because 'gluten-free' means 'gluten-free' not 'low gluten,' dammit!

Mary Marvel don't take no guff.

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Thursday, October 16, 2008

A Real Maverick Speaks 







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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Ibis at the Ball Game 

What's a be-turbaned hero to do on a lazy Saturday afternoon, other than take his gal out to the ol' diamond and watch some more physically robust men earn twice what he makes?


Uh-uh...looks like Ibis had a little money riding on this game...




Ah, nothing like a good, wholesome old Fawcett comic to restore your faith in American traditions!


All panels from Whiz #71

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Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Sam Spade Gets in the Halloween Spirit 


Click to make Sam bigger

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Monday, October 13, 2008

Cultural Sensitivity with the Marvels 


That's a pretty sweet Caddy the old guy's got there. As for the whole "war against the whiteman" bit and the...curious caricature of the villain, I'll remind you that this story is meant to take place in 1953...


Yes...scalping...sigh...


Truly these Captain Marvel comics are full of innocent and harmless whimsy and frolic.

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Thursday, October 09, 2008

More Comic Over-Reactions to Bad Jokes 

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Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Sick Days=Easy Jokes 



These days, advertising "tops for teens" will get you five to twenty.

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Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Children Were Once Easier to Entertain 


Click for large version

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Monday, October 06, 2008

Porn or Golden Age? 

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Thursday, October 02, 2008

Today's "Punchline" 

Oh, terribly unfunny Fawcett gag strips...will I ever get tired of you?


"I'm basically useless and unemployable!"
"Have you tried working for Wall Street?"

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Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Same As It Ever Was 

And how did Marvel respond to the anti-comics hysteria of the 50s?


Here's the list of the "nope, nothing objectionable here" titles:

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Monday, September 29, 2008

Subtext? What Subtext? 



Kanvasback's friend looks awfully eager to grease him up...I'm going to overlook the bear comment because, frankly, Kanvas doesn't really look like the typical type bears go for.

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Friday, September 26, 2008

I Suggest Couples Counseling 



"What do I do in the Fortress all day? Well, I'll tell you! I'll tell you right off!"
"I'm waiting..."
"I...I do YOUR MOM!"
"MY MOTHER IS A SAINT!"

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Thursday, September 25, 2008

The Most Self-Aware Green Arrow Has Ever Been 


"Too bad there's no one out here on the street to see how bad-ass I am! I am so cool!"




Bonus Green Arrow is a Totally Useless Super-Hero Panels

Oh, man, I wonder how Ollie will save that kid? Given tha-

Oh, he is just going to fire an arrow at him.
I guess putting him out of his misery before he's smashed into pieces on the ground is the kindest thing.

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Wednesday, September 24, 2008

And Now, Lingerie 

With bonus inexplicable punch-line.


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Monday, September 22, 2008

Millie the Monster 


I wonder what the educational benefit of threatening to skin a baby skunk is?

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Friday, September 19, 2008

Subtext? What Subtext? 


Well, that's oddly phrased, but it seems innocent enough...


Oh, wait...not with that pose it ain't.
Hey, don't judge them, they're ancient Greeks.

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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Lana's Little Helper 

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Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Good Lord *Choke* 


"That's right, George...I'm here to talk to you about Amway*!"

(original punchline: Scientology. But I've already made fun of them once this week.)

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Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Because We're So Much More Sophisticated Now 



I showed this picture to Pal Kevin and his response was "omg 1976 orgy." I find it hard to disagree with his assessment.



I like the barely in focus couple in the background watching the unsuccessful flirtation in the middle-ground. Dude, if she's staring wistfully at the giant Tom Collins, you're not getting laid.



This picture looks like something out of every straight porn film made in the 70s.



If you're wearing special "Harvey Wallbanger" shirts and putting up "Harvey Wallbanger" decorations for your "Harvey Wallbanger" themed party...I think you might be an alcoholic.



I'm not quite sure how to explain it, but this image somehow encapsulates everything I've ever seen of advertising design in the 70s.

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Thursday, August 28, 2008

Loving the Unloved 



I've always had a sort of soft-spot for the Duck artists of the seventies. A lot of that comes from them being the artists I first associated with Duck comics. But some of it has to do with feeling a little bit sorry for them.



The artists in this period are doubly damned by most Duck fans. For one, people bash them for not being Carl Barks. Which is insane when you stop to think about it. Barks was the master for a reason, and it's grossly unfair to use him as the baseline. But the artists of this period are also complained about for not being the more stylized European Duck artists of the last decades, as if there was any remote way that the European style would have found a welcome home in cheaply produced licensed comics put out during a recession.



Granted, there's a lot not to like from this era. The characters are stiff. The backgrounds are frequently non-existent. The coloring is garish. And everyone is just a little bit off-model at the best of times, and grossly unrecognizable at the worst.



And, besides childhood nostalgia, that's actually, I think, part of their charm for me. I'll take a well-meaning failure over a cynical exploitation of what a big corporation thinks their customers want anyday.

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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

My Avatar Speaks For Me 




Come late October, you should expectthis problem to be more frequent.

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Monday, August 25, 2008

A Parable 

Thumper decided to take up blogging as a pastime, sharing with the world everything there is to know about himself and his furry forest friends.

Thumper gained some popularity early on for, basically, telling the other forest creatures who were online what they wanted to hear and engaging in a not subtle at all campaign of complaining about the activities of the animals who hung around that other watering hole.

Which led to lots of comments from Thumper's readers along these lines:


One day, flush with his own ego and determined to show the world how great he is, Thumper tried to make some cash-money off the fact that he had a "very popular blog." It was then that Thumper discovered something very important, when he tried telling people who had never even heard of his blog how important he is:


Namely, that the real world doesn't give a good god-damn about how "important" your commentators think you are.

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Friday, August 22, 2008

I Blame Lack of Sleep 2 






The closest you're going to get to context out of me...

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Tuesday, August 19, 2008

THIS is Why You Never Get in a Car with a Celebrity 



Actually, it's probably not even a good idea to be anywhere near a motor vehicle owned by a famous person...


Ouch...

I wonder if there was ever any questions in the DC editorial offices about whether or not it was in good taste to do a story about the death of James Dean in one of their horror magazines.

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Monday, August 18, 2008

But I Have Been Assured That Art In Old Comics Is ALWAYS Good 



It's called a vanishing point, folks. Learn it, live it, love it.

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Thursday, August 14, 2008

Disney Pruderery at it's Finest 



Wh...why would Thumper need bathing trunks to go swimming? He's a rabbit. He's not even an anthropomorphic rabbit, he's just a rabbit.
Thank God the children of America were spared the site of a naked rabbit...

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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Youth Is Wasted On The Young 

It's somebody's birthday today, so I've decided to be lazy and just post some vaguely subtextual face-kicking scenes...



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Monday, August 11, 2008

Second Verse, Same as the First! 

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Friday, August 08, 2008

The Henry Mitchell Guide To Parenting 

Be patient with your child's methods of personal expression, such as clothing.


Never belittle or call your child hurtful names.


Encourage a sense of helpfulness and civic responsibility in your child.


Share your favorite hobbies and activities with your child; this is an easy way to build a bond between you.


Never ever use the threat of violence as discipline.


Follow these guidelines and you will have a happy, healthy, and most importantly, well-behaved child.

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Thursday, August 07, 2008

The Love Life of the Mitchells 



Although many emotionally distant couples had found that erotic role-playing brought them closer together and renewed their marriage, it only seemed to worsen the relationship between Henry and Alice. Henry would offer to play "Cable Installer and Housewife" and Alice would decide that she would play the cable installer, and never show up for the appointment. In fact, nearly all of the role-play scenarios Alice agreed to seemed to involve Henry wearing a dress. She had told him that her experiences with her room-mate in college were only "experiments." Had she been lying to him about that all these years as well?

Still, the role-play was more successful than Henry's attempts to install a sling...

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Wednesday, August 06, 2008

The Hopes of Henry Mitchell 



Henry Mitchell's plan to "lose" Dennis in the downtown shopping district was thwarted by the meter maid. With an eyewitness placing him and Dennis both near the rail-way tracks at noon, there was no way he could claim that his son "wandered off" while his back was turned at the mall.
His new life, free of a wife who hated him and the son that bound her to him, would have to wait for another day...

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Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Get Thee To A Dictionary, Dennis 



See, it's funny because the joke is dependent on children in the seventies being familiar with a song from the forties...



That's okay, Dennis, it's very "shiny" to use archaic slang terms without actually knowing what they mean...

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Monday, August 04, 2008

The Angst of Mrs. Mitchell 



"I was young once. I had a future. I was going to be an Olympic show-jumper. I was going to travel the world, wear glamorous dresses, be wined and dined by the most handsome and sophisticated men in Europe, before settling down in America with a trophy husband fifteen years younger than me and get a job as a newscaster or fashion designer.
"And then I met Henry Mitchell.
"Goddammit, when is the insurance company going to approve that vasectomy for Henry..."

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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

The Story of the Batmobile 


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Monday, July 21, 2008

Some Days, You Just Want to See Superman Beat Up 


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Thursday, July 17, 2008

Subtext? What Subtext? 

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Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Bruce Wayne: Ladies Man 





Batman, on the other hand...


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Monday, July 14, 2008

World's Greatest Martial Artist, Huh? 

I think a few people might disagree with that assessment.

Like Captain Boomerang;


Or Catwoman;


Or Deadshot;


I mean, Deadshot isn't even a hand-to-hand fighter, and he got Bruce right in the boys, there...thank God for the Bat-Cup.

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Wednesday, July 09, 2008

"Funny" Animal Gags 

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Tuesday, July 08, 2008

Breaking the Fourth Wall 



To see it in context:

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Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Litmus Test 

I find that how you react to the sight of a crying Sivana is a good indication of whether or not you should be reading Captain Marvel comics.



I'll tell you this much, Luthor never cried over his failures to kill Superman. Destroyed a national monument or beat a hench-man to death with a wrench, sure, but he never cried about it.

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Thursday, June 26, 2008

Paul Atreides: The Later Years 

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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Idea! 

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Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Good Fences Make Good Neighbors 

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Monday, June 23, 2008

Amazingly, A Good Gag 

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Thursday, June 19, 2008

Lois Sees Her Future 




Two things: One, judging by that second panel, Lana forgot to mention the role meth played in her current situation. And two, since when does Silver Age Lois give a damn about anyone but herself? What is this, Bizarro-World?

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Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Subtext? What Subtext? Theater with Green Arrow 


Green Arrow is preoccupied with how many balls other men have.


Green Arrow harbors a secret fantasy of becoming a Greta Garbo impersonator.


Green Arrow needs Speedy to grab his heels to help him get into position.


Speedy is an over-sexed little freak.

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Monday, June 16, 2008

Hawkman Does Not Like Green Arrow 




You know, as uptight as that last panel makes Katar look, it's still hard to hold it against him. Given that, you know, he's talking about Ollie.

Bonus Batman Being An Ass:

"You know all about 'junk' dealers, right G.A.? Oh, wait, no, you don't, otherwise your ward wouldn't have become a junkie."

(all from Justice League of America # 103)

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Thursday, June 12, 2008

Black Canary Lets Him Down Easy 

Four issues later, Batman is still thinking about that time he kissed Black Canary. Instead of paying attention to the JLA's monitors.


Of course, Green Arrow being Green Arrow, he's just got to be an asshole about it...


And then, this;


Let's review that kiss, shall we:

That's how Black Canary kisses her brother, huh? And I thought the Superman/Supergirl relationship was as creepily incestuous as the DCU got...


Given that this is Batman we're talking about, I vote for option two.

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Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Boom-Chicka-Bow-Bow 

Inter-office romances weren't unusual in the Justice League, especially amongst the characters without regular titles of their own. Zatanna alone worked her way through most of the team at one point. But, before DC editorial selected Green Arrow as Black Canary's most obvious partner, they did briefly experiment with giving her a romance with another Leaguer.


Oh, go cry about it, Dinah. You are? Well, all right then.


"Everyday affairs" is a particularly cruel way of reminding her that she's not from this Earth...has no friends...no job...nothing to live for except monitor duty, really.


Wait, I know this one...Selina! Talia! Vicki! Silver! Dick!
Cripes, Bruce has had a lot of "one true loves."


What I like about this panel is that it's almost as if Dick Dillin is daring Roy Lichenstein to swipe it.

And now, Bruce Wayne, Ladies Man:


"With the awkward tenderness of a man?" Really? Because, honestly, what he's most likely thinking in that moment is that he knows twelve ways to cripple her from that position.


And Bruce moves in...GOAL!


And then Dinah remembered her dead husband and Bruce realized that in the time he spent kissing her, the Joker could have escaped from Arkham and killed a half-dozen people. And besides, he can't surrender any of his vital energies while he wages his war on crime...

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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

The Most Dangerous Dreams of All 

SEE! Batman and Aquaman in even gayer looking clothes than their normal costumes!



Snicker! At the thought of Black Canary getting hit on by a Harlan Ellison stand-in!



Cringe! At the dreaded emo-Superman panel!



Feel Smugly Superior! At the out-of-context panel!



Thrill! To writer Mike Freidrich foretell the coming of Chris Sims!



Groan! At the most inappropriate use of a song from "Tommy" since, well, "Tommy."



(everything from Justice League of America #89)

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Monday, June 09, 2008

Another Patented Green Arrow Rant 



Bonus Godwinism!



from Justice League of America #78

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Thursday, June 05, 2008

In The Days Before The Internet! 

Before there was "the internet" comic fans used to share their opinions about stories by writing these things called "letters" and doing this thing called "mailing them" to the editors and publishers of the comics. This was bad, because it meant that it took several months after the publication of a comic to see what other people thought about it. This was good, because it meant that the bug-fuck crazy fans didn't get their letters printed. Also, there was no such thing as scans_daily.
So basically the good outweighed the bad.

So, since I alluded to the "Snapper Carr betrays the Justice League to the Joker, because apparently Snapper is the world's biggest idiot" story yesterday, I thought I'd share some period reactions to the story:





I love that idea that it's simply implausible for the Joker to defeat the Justice League. At the time, the team's membership consisted of three aliens and a woman from a parallel reality...but the Joker taking out the League, no, that's straining credibility...

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Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Jump Down 






from Fun With Your Family, 1963.

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Monday, June 02, 2008

Darn Shoddy FDR Public Works Dams... 

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Thursday, May 29, 2008

Trancy! 



Hey, look! A Muxtape!

(Yes, this is what we in the biz call a "lazy post.")

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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Bad Customers Beget Bad Service 

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Monday, May 26, 2008

Jungle Justice 

From Buster Brown #25, by Reed Crandall

Click the first page to see the full story at a larger size.

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Thursday, May 22, 2008

Tootsie Rolls May Be Used For Good Or Evil 

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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

The Lactose Intolerant Cannot Be Cowboys 

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Tuesday, May 20, 2008

The New "Look At My Crotch" Jockey 



(image courtesy Pal Cully)

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Monday, May 19, 2008

Real Wild West Brand 



I still want to know why those kids were hanging out with the grizzled old prospector...alone...in the wilderness...in the first place...

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Thursday, May 15, 2008

It Doesn't Work Like That 

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Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Sexy Facial Hair of the 70s 

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Monday, May 12, 2008

Badly Phrased Title 

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Wednesday, May 07, 2008

An Attack of Heavy Hair 

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Monday, April 28, 2008

Creepy Talking Icicles 



Unfortunately, the cough drops did nothing for Billy's schizophrenic hallucinations...

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Thursday, April 24, 2008

Horsey Jokies 

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Monday, April 21, 2008

Found At The Scene of Muscle Hedd's Death 

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Friday, April 18, 2008

Spring Loaded Hat 

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Thursday, April 17, 2008

Water's Bad For Your Hair 



I like to think that can in the next to last panel is actual size...

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Monday, April 14, 2008

It Must Work For You 

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Thursday, April 10, 2008

Someday, I Will Sleep 

Until then, you're going to have to settle for more random nonsense:


I think I found the prototype for all those "how to get your, *snicker*, 'girl-friend' to read comics" articles...

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Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Still Tired, More Nonsense 


from Showcase # 69

As if any Archie super-hero books were ever real competition for DC books...

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Friday, April 04, 2008

Vittles for Victory 

From School Day Romances #2 comes Ginger Snapp in a story of football and cross-dressing:













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Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Danny's Tranny In Action 

I know, I'm twelve...but I spent a whole gosh-darn buck on this comic, and I intend to get some use out of it:



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Monday, March 31, 2008

Getting My Hopes Up 

From The Topper Book of 1977



Ooo-er, missus! This should be a good 'un!



Oh...that's not the kind of "tranny" I thought you meant...

(Why would a radio make things grow? What the hell is wrong with the British?)

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Wisse Words
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