Archive for February, 2012

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 24


Needless to say, making sexually suggestive remarks around Kryptonian girls is a pretty bad idea.

Looks like she can add "super emasculation" to her list of abilities.

Today’s hilarious putdown courtesy of The Brave and the Bold #4 (August 2007) by Mark Waid, George Pérez, and Bob Wiacek.

The Brain From Dimension X


Normally, I try to reference image sources as much as possible on this blog. Unfortunately, I’m unable to do so this time around because I have absolutely no idea where I originally got this picture from. All I do know is that it’s by far the best and most realistic rendition of Krang that I’ve ever seen in my life.

Don't get your ganglia stuck in chewing gum again.

If anyone reading this has any idea what this is, where it’s from, or who made it, feel free to contact me. I’d love to add it to my collection (assuming it isn’t a unique piece). 🙂

Gridlock on the Temporal Crossroads


When the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise and the Legion of Super-Heroes encounter Vandar the First and Only – the immortal ruler of an Earth-based interplanetary empire who appears to be a hybrid of Flint from the original series episode Requiem for Methuselah and longtime DC Universe pain-in-the-ass Vandal Savage – in Star Trek/Legion of Super-Heroes #5 (February 2012), he makes an initially cryptic comment…

Come into my parlor...

…the full implications of which soon become all too clear.

Where the Chronosphere from "Seven Days", dammit?

Now it’s time to determine your geekiness level: exactly how many of the devices and machines used for travel through space, time, and other dimensions did you recognize? From top to bottom, left to right, here’s what I was able to identify off the top of my head:

The TARDIS from "Doctor Who"

The time-travelling phone booth from "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure"

The hot tub from "Hot Tub Time Machine"

The Flash's Cosmic Treadmill

Lazarus' ship from the "Star Trek" episode "The Alternative Factor"

The Stargate from "Stargate" and "Stargate: SG-1"

The time travel pod from the "Star Trek: The Next Generation" episode "A Matter of Time"

The Aeon-type timeship from the "Star Trek: Voyager" episode "Future's End"

A Legion of Super-Heroes Time Bubble

The Time Tunnel from "The Time Tunnel"

The time machine from "The Time Machine" (1960)

The launch pod from "Timecop"

The DeLorean from "Back to the Future"

So how many did you get? 🙂

Oh, and if anyone happens to figure out what any of the ones I missed are, feel free to drop me a line. I’d be interested in knowing…

It Came From The Toy Chest – Part 4


It’s easier to pimp your ride if you are the ride.

"I turn into a sportscar. Robo-bitches love sportscars."

Today’s models are Transformers (Generation 1) Sunstreaker by Hasbro/Takara and the Drossel von Flügel (Normal and Flight Unit Obruchev) capsule toys by Yujin/TakaraTomy A.R.T.S.

Cosplay Cavalcade – Part 1: Hit-Girl


In honor of Chloë Grace Moretz‘s 15th birthday, I present you with the following cute-as-a-button, underage killing machine that I found wandering the floor of Montreal Comiccon 2010:

"Okay, you cunts, let's see what you can do now."

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 4


Romance is dead. And Black Mask and Oracle were the killers.

These two must really suck at pillow talk.

This tender moment has been brought to you by Batman #633 (December 2004) by Bill Willingham, Kinsun, Aaron Sowd, Rodney Ramos, and Adam DeKraker.

Costume Hijinks – Part 2


Note to female readers: if you’re extremely body conscious, then becoming a superheroine probably isn’t for you.

Think sexual harassment in the workplace is bad? Try SUPER sexual harassment.

This uncomfortable moment in the spandex lifestyle has been brought to you by Empowered – Volume 1 (March 2007) by Adam Warren.

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