Archive for the ‘Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style’ Category

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 22

2015/10/30

In today’s world of dating, there’s a good reason why you always want to have a telepathic martian as your wingman.

Hmm...I wonder if  M'gann M'orzz is up for a double date...?

Hmm…I wonder if M’gann M’orzz is up for a double date…?

This glimpse into the mind of a cheeseball has been brought to you by JLA: Year One #4 (April 1998) by Brian Augustyn, Barry Kitson, Mark Waid, and Michael Bair.

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 21

2015/09/28

You can always count on your BFFs to give you honest advice about your love life.

Leave it to supervillains to be brutally honest.

Leave it to supervillains to be brutally honest to a fault.

This unanimous romantic perspective comes to you courtesy of Gotham City Sirens #6 (January 2010) by Paul Dini and Guillem March.

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 20

2015/05/07

So what does Black Alice look for in a member of the opposite sex? The answer might surprise you…

Wait, since when does the effeminate geek end up with the hot goth chick? :P

Wait…since when does the effeminate geek end up with the hot goth chick? 😛

Today’s lesson in eccentric turn-ons has been brought to you by Suicide Squad #67 (March 2010) by John Ostrander, Gail Simone, and Jim Calafiore.

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 19

2014/06/05

There’s something to be said for the direct approach.

Gamora is about as subtle as a Vibranium shield to the head.

Gamora is about as subtle as a Vibranium shield to the head.

This winning pick-up line has been brought to you by Guardians of the Galaxy #24 (April 2010) by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning, Wes Craig, and Serge Lapointe.

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 18

2013/09/21

Are texts, instant messages, and e-mails still your methods of choice for staying in touch with your romantic interests, mere mortals? How positively quaint.

So does this mean that the Bat-Signal is just a fancy booty call apparatus?

Does this mean that the Bat-Signal is nothing more than a fancy booty call apparatus?

The next generation of social media has been brought to you by Reality Check #1 (September 2013) by Glen Brunswick and Viktor Bogdonavic.

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 17

2013/05/12

Superheroes have groupies? Who’d have thought?

Ugh...if they did, I hoped they burned it afterwards. :P

Ugh…if they did, I hoped they burned it afterwards. 😛

Today’s too much information moment has been brought to you by Powers #12 (June 2001) by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Avon Oeming.

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 16

2013/02/17

If Dr. Octopus’ mindset is any indication, it would appear that supervillains approach dating the same way they do plans for world domination.

I'd love to read "Pick-Up Strategies for Supervillains" sometime.

I’d love to read “Pick-Up Strategies for Supervillains” sometime.

This novel approach to seduction courtesy of The Superior Spider-Man #2 (February 2013) by Dan Slott, Ryan Stegman, and Victor Olazaba.

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 15

2013/01/28

The only thing deader than Jim Corrigan‘s body is his sense of romance.

I hate to speak ill of the dead, but man...Jim Corrigan's a dick.

I hate to speak ill of the dead, but man…Jim Corrigan’s a dick.

This final nail in love’s coffin comes to you courtesy of Adventure Comics #439 (June 1975) by Michael Fleischer, Joe Samachson, Jim Aparo, and Lee Elias.

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 14

2013/01/08

When couples have relationship difficulties, it sometimes helps to engage in recreational activities together to help the mending process along. Not surprisingly, when one half of that couple is a metahuman, those activities can be somewhat more exotic.

That's a lot of steps right there, though. :)

That’s a lot of steps right there, though. 🙂

Today’s bonding moment has been brought to you by The Flash #101 (May 1995) by Mark Waid and Jose Marzan Jr.

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 13

2013/01/04

Beware the dreaded serious relationship talk.

I thought it was supposed to be TGIF, not TGIN...

I thought it was supposed to be TGIF, not TGIN…

Today’s example of divine ninja intervention courtesy of The Flash #108 (December 1995) by Mark Waid, Oskar Jimenez, and Jose Marzan Jr.


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