Remember that brief period during the 1970s when Supergirl moonlighted as a go-go dancer?
And that abomination should probably have remained stashed in your bag forever. Ugh. >_<;
This Laugh-In flashback has been brought to you by Adventure Comics #409 (August 1971) by E. Nelson Bridwell, Edmond Hamilton, Mike Sekowsky, Dick Giordano, Edmond Hamilton, Art Saaf, Mike Sekowsky, Curt Swan, George Klein, and Sheldon Moldoff.
Discovering that your trust has been misplaced hurts all the more when it occurs at the most dangerous of times.
YOU FOOL! THERE IS NO RIGHT ANSWER! THERE NEVER WAS! YOU WERE DOOMED FROM THE START!
Today’s crushing betrayal comes to you courtesy of The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan (長門有希ちゃんの消失/Nagato Yuki-chan no Shoushitsu) – Volume 1 (February 4, 2010) by Nagaru Tanigawa and Puyo.
…and it grosses us the hell out.
Man, you never get to see the cool stuff happen on panel. :(
This glimpse into the wonders of the natural world has been brought to you by My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic #3 (January 2013) by Katie Cook and Andy Price.
With friends like these, who needs enemies?
Nagato just keeps getting cuter and cuter… =^.^=
This humiliating ordeal has been brought to you by The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan (長門有希ちゃんの消失/Nagato Yuki-chan no Shoushitsu) – Volume 2 (November 26, 2010) by Nagaru Tanigawa and Puyo.
Kids say the darndest things sometimes.
You know your game’s controversial when this is one of the LEAST problematic scenes in it. o_O
Today’s nap time has been sponsored by Bernd and the Mystery of Unteralterbach (Bernd und das Rätsel um Unteralterbach) by BerndSoft.
Fresh from Montreal Comiccon 2014, I present you with an encore from Larry Hama: a sketch he made for me of Scarlett…
…and, oh horror of horrors, a picture of me with the big man himself:
Compassion can be found in the most unexpected places and come from the unlikeliest of people. But the effects are real and can last a lifetime.
This touching moment has been brought to you by Detective Comics #831 (June 2007) by Paul Dini, Don Kramer, and Wayne Faucher.
You know, there comes a point when the criminal justice system should realize that stripping Lex Luthor naked and leaving him to rot in solitary confinement for the rest of his life is probably the best course of action for all mankind.
Imagine what would happen if he weaponized the toilet in his cell… :O
Today’s eureka moment has been brought to you by World’s Finest Comics #176 (August 1968) by Jim Shooter, Ross Andru, Curt Swan, and Mike Esposito.
Time to take a short break from comic book characters and superheroes! So, with that in mind, I present to you some original art from my collection featuring a Star Wars fan favorite: bounty hunter Boba Fett as drawn by none other than Rick Buckler Jr.