When your parents run in some of the weirder circles of the DC Universe, it takes a lot to faze you…even as a kid.
Man, kids just get cynical and jaded at younger and younger ages these days.
Today’s fateful encounter has been brought to you by Angel and the Ape #1 (March 1991) by Phil Foglio and Keith Wilson. Happy Year of the Monkey everyone! :)
Y’know, as much of a nightmare as it would be dealing with her ex-boyfriend and the fact that she was psychotically insane at one point, there’re some occasions when I think that having Harleen Quinzel as a significant other might be a lot of fun for a fanboy like me.
Looks like Harley Quinn’s gone from being unsettling Britney Spears Crazy to the more enjoyable Drew Barrymore Crazy.
And with this excerpt from Gotham City Sirens #11 (July 2010) by Paul Dini, Andres Guinaldo, and Raul Fernandez, another year of blogging at The Raging Fanboy draws to a close. See you all in 2016, everyone! I’ll definitely try adding more interesting articles to the mix and keep my update schedule less erratic. Hope you’ll all continue following me and encouraging others to do the same. Take care, and see you all next year! :)
There’re some things you just don’t want to hear from the guy responsible for guiding eight flying reindeer across international airspace and multiple time zones.
Man, someone’s been hitting the eggnog a little too hard this year.
This not-so-sobering thought has been brought to you by The Last Christmas #2 (June 2006) by Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn.
Another day, another comic book knockout. Literally! It’s the supervillainess Knockout, as drawn by one of her creators, Tom Grummett.
Supervillians have their own unique way of protesting bank charges.
Don’t think of it as a bank robbery; think of it as “accelerated depreciation”. :P
Today’s investment advice has been sponsored by Empowered Special #7: Pew Pew Pew! (November 2015) by Adam Warren.
‘Tis the season for good girls! And what better way to celebrate than with Sister Shannon Masters, a.k.a. Warrior Nun Areala, by Michel Lacombe? :)
In Gotham City, you don’t need to be a criminal to be a thief.
What? No supervillain rebate specials? :(
Today’s price gouge has been brought to you by Gotham City Sirens #5 (December 2009) by Paul Dini and Guillem March.
Here’s looking at you, kid! This sultry sketch of the Kendra Saunders incarnation of Hawkgirl comes to you courtesy of Leonard Kirk.
Sometimes, overthinking things is bad. And sometimes, thinking about something at all is even worse.
Nice going, Blimp. You broke reality.
This unanswerable question comes to you by way of Showcase #65 (November-December 1966) by E. Nelson Bridwell, Mike Sekowsky, and Mike Esposito.
Today’s artistic offering comes from a somewhat obscure series that you may not have heard of: A head sketch of the character Shirow from Outlaw 7 by one of her creators, Logan Lubera.