On Twitter, no one knows you’re the queen of all vampires. Unless you swat them. With your elite corps of werewolves.
Beowulf’s more effective than Twitter Help Center, that’s for sure. :P
This reminder about the importance of netiquette has been brought to you by Tweet of Beehive (May 5, 2012) by Gemma, Nozumu Tamaki, and Tikurakuran.
If there’s one constant in this world, it’s that everyone’s embarrassing pictures always turn up on the Internet. Everyone’s.
I would not want to be the guy in that picture once the Joker find out. ^_^;
This dose of online humiliation has been provided by Gotham City Sirens #7 (February 2010) by Paul Dini, David Lopez, and Alvaro Lopez.
So what does Black Alice look for in a member of the opposite sex? The answer might surprise you…
Wait…since when does the effeminate geek end up with the hot goth chick? :P
Today’s lesson in eccentric turn-ons has been brought to you by Suicide Squad #67 (March 2010) by John Ostrander, Gail Simone, and Jim Calafiore.
Catering to a niche yet wealthy demographic makes good business sense.
So that’s where all the money from those bank heists goes…
This glimpse into Gotham City‘s housing market comes to you courtesy of Gotham City Sirens #1 (August 2009) by Paul Dini and Guillem March.
The most memorable thing about NAM-1975 by SNK? For me, it’s the damsel in distress. If you came to her rescue, you didn’t just free a hostage; you gained a comrade-in-arms. :)
I’ve got your female empowerment right here. ;)
Never let the team wiseass handle the introductions.
Looks like Peter’s been doing his homework since the end of the second movie.
Today’s art-based leg pull has been brought to you by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters #2 (November 2014) by Erik Burnham, Tom Waltz, and Dan Schoening.
Move over, Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman, let Lex Luthor show you how it’s really done.
Man, when Lex Luthor plans ahead, he plans ahead.
Today’s lesson in improvisation has been sponsored by World’s Finest Comics #177 (August 1968) by Jim Shooter, Ross Andru, Curt Swan, and Mike Esposito.
There’s a good reason why transporters shouldn’t be field-tested.
I’ll take a sarcastic comment from my ex-girlfriend over outrage from a female supervillain over my unexpected nudity any day of the week. :P
Today’s revealing malfunction has been brought to you by Legion of Super-Heroes #42 (April 1993) by Mary Bierbaum, Tom Bierbaum, Tom McCraw, Stuart Immonen, Ron Boyd, and John Dell III.
Faster than a speeding bullet. More powerful than a locomotive. Possessed of the verbal eloquence of a lust-addled teenage boy.
I’m surprised you didn’t work a wolf whistle in there, pal. :P
Today’s facepalm-worthy dialogue has been brought to you by Action Comics #5 (October 1938) by Russell Cole, Will Ely, Ken Fitch, Homer Fleming, Gardner F. Fox, Richard Martin, Sheldon Moldoff, Jerry Siegel, Bernard Baily, Sven Elven, Fred Guardineer, Paul Gustavson, Leo E. O’Mealia, George Papp, Fred Schwab, and Joe Shuster.