Hey kids! Remember the time when the Beatles met the Metal Men? If not, then witness the historic encounter between the two groups for yourself in the pages of Metal Men #12 (February-March 1965) by Robert Kanigher, Ross Andru, and Mike Esposito.
Contrary to popular belief, there is such a thing as a free lunch (or free drink, as the case may be). It’s just not very impressive.
This laughable challenge to sobriety has been brought to you by The Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #4 (April 2012) by James Roberts and Alex Milne.
It’s a sad day when your own body starts to betray you.
Today’s addition of insult to injury has been brought to you by The Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #1 (January 2012) by James Roberts and Nick Roche.
Remember the old urban legend about a female toon experiencing a wardrobe malfunction in the film? Well, guess what, folks? It’s 100% true. But here’s the funny thing: it has absolutely nothing to do with Jessica Rabbit flashing her firecrotch. Oh, no. The incident in question actually involves Betty Boop.
Needless to say, when the above nipple slip, which was inserted by some mischievous animators as a joke, was discovered, it was quickly removed by Disney. The only reason the footage survives in uncensored form today is because some early domestic and certain contemporary foreign language versions of the movie, both broadcast and home video releases, inadvertently omitted the omission.
And you thought Jimmy Olsen wearing that green jacket and red bow tie all the time was bad.
This fashion faux pas has been brought to you by All-Star Superman #4 (July 2006) by Grant Morrison, Frank Quitely, and Jamie Grant.
Man, the 90s were rough on everyone…
This vision of an apocalypse that never came has been brought to you by Thundarr the Barbarian (October 4, 1980).
Let’s be honest: if you’ve ever dreamt about having the Human Torch‘s powers and claim that doing this never once crossed your mind, I’m calling you a liar.
This hands-on cooking lesson comes to you from the pages of Fantastic Four #67 (October 1967) by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Joe Sinnott.
Superman isn’t defined by the big things he does when everyone’s watching. It’s the little things that most people will never hear about that really matter.
This heartwarming moment courtesy of All-Star Superman #10 (May 2008) by Grant Morrison, Frank Quitely, and Jamie Grant.