Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 25

Much like Superman‘s trip to Gay City and the horror of Joker‘s boner, the following panels are only retroactively funny due to Alan Scott‘s revised sexuality, but since I already made the “flaming” joke last week and someone else commented on the tacky jewelry, we might as well get the rest of the gay jokes out of the way so we can all have a good laugh and move on with our lives:

Behold the QUEER power of the Green Lantern, whose only weakness is WOOD!

All of the aforementioned panels taken from the pages of All-American Comics #16 (July 1940) by Jon L. Blummer, Art Helfant, Sheldon Mayer, Al Smith, Carl H. Claudy, Bill Finger, Jerry Siegel, Stan Aschmeier, Sheldon Moldoff, Martin Nodell, and William Smith.

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5 Responses to “Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 25”

  1. Skadi The Slamazon Says:

    I don’t know if I can buy that he is gay…I mean, wouldn’t he have more fashion sense? J/k. I think that is the last one we can make, huh?

  2. Lunar Archivist Says:

    *laughs* I believe it is! Mixing green, purple, and red in the same costume is a really bad call. 😉

  3. Skadi The Slamazon Says:

    I mean it is almost as bad as Robins outfit.

  4. Lunar Archivist Says:

    Hey, Robin’s outfit isn’t that bad! Unless you mean the Golden Age Robin’s first costume as an adult. That thing was horrid.

  5. Skadi The Slamazon Says:

    True, thou the tronish one that Tim was sporting in the Teen Titan Annual made my eyes burn.

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