Archive for the ‘Studies in Douchebaggery’ Category

Studies in Douchebaggery – Part 7

2015/03/20

Don’t just be a douchebag. Be a super douchebag.

Well, that's one way to strip someone of their dignity.

Well, that’s one way to strip someone of their dignity.

This guide to the unfortunate consequences of workplace harassment has been brought to you by Action Comics #7 (December 1938) by Gene Baxter, Sven Elven, Will Ely, Ken Fitch, Homer Fleming, Fred Guardineer, Paul Gustavson, Gil Kesson, Richard Martin, Sheldon Moldoff, Jerry Siegel, Bernard Baily, Sheldon Moldoff, George Papp, Fred Schwab, Joe Shuster, and Paul Lauretta.

Studies in Douchebaggery – Part 6

2014/06/21

The amount of contempt that Batman has towards his friends and allies is dwarfed only by the size of his own insufferable ego.

Well, someone certainly has an unhealthily narcissistic sense of self-worth.

I’m guessing this was before you came up with the idea of Batman Incorporated?

This hypocritical view of forced retirement comes to you courtesy of The Brave and the Bold #113 (June-July 1974) by Gardner F. Fox, Bob Haney, Ed Herron, Jim Aparo, Bob Brown, Joe Kubert, and George Papp.

Studies in Douchebaggery – Part 5

2014/05/19

Only in Frank Miller’s DC Universe is Wonder Woman beautiful as Aphrodite, wise as Athena…and personable as Andrea Dworkin.

Three bets that Miss Congeniality here got voted off Paradise Island.

Three bets that Miss Congeniality here got voted off Paradise Island.

Today’s novel view of man’s world has been brought to you by All-Star Batman & Robin the Boy Wonder #5 (July 2007) by Frank Miller, Jim Lee, Alex Sinclair, Dave Stewart, and Scott Williams.

Studies in Douchebaggery – Part 4

2014/01/15

Proof positive that intelligence and modesty don’t necessarily go hand in hand.

I guess "Captain Awesome" was too presumptuous for you, eh, Richards?

I guess “Captain Awesome” was too presumptuous for you, eh, Richards? 😛

Today’s dick moment has been brought to you by Fantastic Four #1 (November 1961) by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.

Studies in Douchebaggery – Part 3

2013/06/01

You know someone’s a douchebag if even the Joker finds them morally repugnant.

Ooh...burn.

Ooh…burn.

Today’s lesson in ethics has been brought to you by Arkham Asylum: Living Hell #1 (July 2003) by Dan Slott and Ryan Sook.

Studies in Douchebaggery – Part 2

2013/05/24

Some people are jerks. Some people are evil. Lord Death Man is both.

Man, what an asshole. -_-;

Man, what an asshole.

This dick move has been to you by Batman Incorporated #2 (2011) by Grant Morrison, Yanick Paquette, and Michel Lacombe.

Studies in Douchebaggery – Part 1

2013/02/01

Griefing existed well before the advent of online video games.

Dude, just teabag his corpse and get it over with, you sore winner.

Man, just teabag Satan’s corpse and get it over with, you douche.

Today’s example of being a sore winner courtesy of Flash Comics #1 (January 1940) by Gardner F. Fox, John B. Wentworth, Ed Wheelan, Stan Ashmeier, Harry Lampart, Sheldon Mayer, Sheldon Moldoff, Dennis Neville, and George Storm.


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