Wait a minute…your all-female, misandrist, gendercidal planet is called what? Seriously?!
I think your planet’s name might be missing a couple of i”s there… ^_^;
This unfortunate coincidence comes to you courtesy of Adventure Comics #326 (November 1964) by Otto Binder, Jerry Siegel, John Forte, George Klein, George Papp, and Curt Swan.
While watching CinemaSins’ “Everything Wrong With Guardians of the Galaxy” video a while back…
…I found myself pondering one of their humorous nitpicks way more than I should’ve.
So imagine my surprise when this happened (and on April Fools’ Day, no less):
So, there you have it! The movie’s director, James Gunn, has officially confirmed that Drax the Destroyer is indeed sharpening his knife to the Jackson 5’s “I Want You Back“. It’s canon now, baby! :D
How far would you go for justice? :O
Well, at least they let her keep the mask.
Today’s cover-free undercover operation has been brought to you by Batman Confidential #18 (August 2008) by Fabian Nicieza and Kevin Maguire.
You know, I’m not sure what shocks me the most here: Lana Lang‘s casual attitude towards breaking and entering, the fact that a “criminal genius” like Lex Luthor is capable of inventing things that can kill Superboy but not to keep nosy teenage girls out of his laboratory, or that a bald dumbass like him is the Boy of Steel’s greatest foe.
Oh lord, someone d-lever me from this Silver Age idiocy. >_<;
Today’s home security tip has been brought to you by Superboy #86 (January 1961) by Robert Bernstein, Jerry Siegel, Stan Kaye, George Papp, Al Plastino, and Curt Swan.
Don’t just be a douchebag. Be a super douchebag.
Well, that’s one way to strip someone of their dignity.
This guide to the unfortunate consequences of workplace harassment has been brought to you by Action Comics #7 (December 1938) by Sven Elven, Will Ely, Ken Fitch, Homer Fleming, Fred Guardineer, Gil Kesson, Richard Martin, Sheldon Moldoff, Jerry Siegel, Bernard Baily, Joe Shuster, and Paul Lauretta.
Even fictional characters can only suspend belief so far.
Never underestimate the power of beer goggles.
This movie trailer has been sponsored by Power Girl #6 (December 2009) by Justin Gray, Jimmy Palmiotti, and Amanda Connor.
I think someone’s been spending too much time reading radical feminist blogs on Tumblr.
Remember what Wonder Woman was like before the New 52? When her response to men disrespecting her involved petty acts of vandalism and destruction of private property rather than explicit threats of castration (which makes her about one step removed from Frank Miller‘s interpretation of her)?
I kinda miss that Wonder Woman.
This…thing…was taken from Wonder Woman #19 (June 2013) by Brian Azzarello, Tony Akins, Goran Sudžuka, and Dan Green.
Just because you have super-patience, doesn’t mean that it’s infinite.
I think we’ve finally found someone more obnoxious than Lena Dunham and Ann Coulter combined.
This case of raw Kryptonian nerves has been brought to you by Action Comics #809 (January 2004) by Joe Kelly, Pascal Ferry, and Cam Smith.
Isn’t it annoying when the local government comes this close to putting you out of a job?
Meh, you can’t please everyone.
This disgruntled public service message has been sponsored by The Punisher #5 (August 2000) by Garth Ennis, Steve Dillon, and Jimmy Palmiotti.