Blood. Mood swings. Irritability. A sudden increase in unwanted body hair. Wait…what were we talking about again?
So wait…are you saying that lycanthropy is male PMS?
Today’s hilariously inappropriate comparison has been brought to you by Darkstalkers #3 (January 2005) by Ken Sio-Chong, Kevin Lau, Alvin Lee, Scott Hepburn, and Joe Madureira.
He’s no stranger to this blog and is back for an encore: Humberto Ramos has a sketch of Impulse for us this time around! :D
Don’t. Mock. The Joker’s. Ride.
Christ, punks that stupid deserve to be shot. :P
This unfortunate traffic accident has been brought to you by Gotham City Sirens #5 (December 2009) by Paul Dini and Guillem March.
The characters might not look familiar, but their names definitely should. Today’s sketch is of Jay and Kay of the The Men in Black – yes, the comic book upon which the hit movie series starring Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith was originally based – as rendered by the series’ original artist, Sandy Carruthers. :)
Who knew it was even possible for a meal to look worse entering the body than exiting it?
Well, she’s dedicated, I’ll give her that. Either that or suicidal.
This literal attempt to swallow a bitter pill comes to you courtesy of Daily Life With Monster Girls (モンスター娘のいる日常/Monsutaa Musume no Iru Nichijou) – Volume 6 (September 13, 2014) by Okayado.
Not all supervillain battles are fought out in the open.
Kind of makes you wonder how many trolls out there are actually supervillains, doesn’t it? :P
This nefarious use of social media has been brought to you by Gotham City Sirens #9 (April 2010) by Paul Dini and Guillem March.
Here’s another one of my rare sketches by Japanese mangaka: none other than Lina Inverse from Slayers by Tommy Ohtsuka.
And you thought tanning weird while visiting the beach was bad.
Just wear that facial mask for a few days straight and no one will notice. :)
Today’s inspired improvisation has been brought to you by Batgirl: Year One #7 (August 2003) by Scott Beatty, Chuck Dixon, Marcos Martin, and Alvaro Lopez.
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.