Archive for July, 2011

Elvis Presley Meets Randy Travis


No comment or humorous captions this time. I believe these panels speak for themselves.

This historic encounter has been brought to you by What If…? #34 (February 1992) by Barry Dutter, Scott Gimple, John Rozum, Arthur Wyatt, Ian Akin, Darren Auck, Hilary Barta, Jim Cardillo, Janice Chiang, Dave Cullen, Sam De La Rosa, Brad K. Joyce, Aaron Lopresti, Tom Morgan, Andrew Pepoy, Jim Reddington, Tom Vincent, and Renee Witterstaetter.

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 20


That Scrooge McDuck eschews foreplay and likes getting straight to business should come as a surprise to absolutely no one.

Let's be honest: Glittering Goldie and you thought the exact same thing. That makes both of you perverts. 😛

This poor choice of words comes to you courtesy of The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck Companion (September 19, 2006) by Don Rosa.

It’s Not Easy Winning Green


What a difference three decades makes! Back in 1981, the chance to help some accident-prone frogs get home safe and sound cost you 25 cents.

Damn you, GLC! One day, the coveted high score will be mine!

In 2011, that same act of charity will cost you three bucks. Then again, the reward for successfully doing so is significantly greater than electronic immortality on an arcade high score screen…

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The Real (Doctor) McCoy


Can you base an entire comic book on a single punchline? Well, a lot of fans seem to think that this unlikeliest of crossovers only took place because somebody was itching to make the following joke.

It's almost like looking into a mirror, isn't it?

This case of mistaken identity has been brought to you by Star Trek/X-Men (December 1996) by Scott Lobdell, Mark Silvestri, David Finch, Billy Tan, Anthony Winn, Brian Ching, Batt, D-Tron, Aaron Sowd, Joe Weems, Victor Llamas, Team Tron, Jose Huillen, Viet Troung, and Mike Manczarek. (Whew!)

Showering, Arkham Asylum Style


If Arkham Asylum‘s group shower is anything like that of a regular prison, on the men’s side, your biggest concern will probably be maintaining a tight grip on the soap (or possibly dodging Joker Venom). On the women’s side, however, you’ll have Harley Quinn as your bath buddy. I’ll let you, dear reader, decide which one of those fates is worse.

Never have I been so turned on and so irritated at the same time...

This serious breach of prison shower etiquette has been brought to you by Batman: Harley and Ivy #1 (June 2004) by Paul Dini, Bruce Timm, and Shane Glines.

Silence Is Golden


For everyone out there who’s ever had an annoying younger sister that just wouldn’t shut her pie hole…this one’s for you.

Nothing brings a smile to a girl's lips faster than thoughts of sororicide.

This practical solution has been brought to you by Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: The Graphic Novel (May 4, 2010) by Jane Austen, Seth Grahame-Smith, Tony Lee, and Cliff Richards.

Superman Says The Darndest Things – Part 2


Considering that he just got shot near the heart with a Kryptonite bullet, I’m willing to cut Superman some slack for this one…though I don’t think Batman is going to be as generous.

The kind that DC Comics can't afford to pemanently kill off, I reckon.

Today’s delusional statement courtesy of Superman/Batman #2 (November 2003) by Jeph Loeb, Ed McGuinness, and Dexter Vines.

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