Archive for the ‘Will Magnus’ Category

Robosexuality – Part 12

2014/02/16

Being physically affectionate presents a bit of a challenge if you’re made of metal.

Way to kill the mood, Doc Magnus.

Way to kill the mood, Doc Magnus.

Today’s romantic buzzkill has been brought to you by Metal Men #8 (June-July 1964) by Robert Kanigher, Ross Andru, and Mike Esposito.

Robosexuality – Part 3

2010/07/24

You know, my taste doesn’t normally run to machines, but I must admit that this kind of view would go a long way towards changing my mind:

Oh great. A woman who's both steamy AND frigid at the same time.

To paraphrase an old Internet saying, we’re all robosexual for Platinum.

This scene raises a good question, though. (And no, it’s not “Is Will Magnus gay?” We all know the answer to that one.) What exactly are these superhuman abilities that Tina is referring to? Are they bondage-related, perhaps?

Yeesh...get a room, you two.

This lesson in sexual frustration comes to your courtesy of Doom Patrol #1 (October 2009) by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, and Kevin Maguire and Action Comics #590 (July 1987) by John Byrne and Dick Giordano.

Robosexuality – Part 2

2010/07/12

If the way to a man’s heart is really through his stomach, Platinum‘s got a lot of cooking left to do…

Even if tofu turkey's on the menu...how can you resist that smile?

This cooking lesson has been brought to you by Doom Patrol #1 (October 2009) by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, and Kevin Maguire.

Particle Wave Ray Guns, Bipolar Disorder, and Proper Medication

2010/06/25

There are things in life that should never be brought together because nothing good can possibly come of it. Liver and chocolate. Kittens and radioactivity. Dan DiDio and DC Comics. But Dr. Will Magnus has discovered the ultimate unholy union: mental illness and high-tech weaponry.

From "Egg Fu" to "Omelette" in one easy step.

This public service message on the importance of proper medication has been sponsored by 52: Week Forty-Nine (April 11, 2007) by Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison, Greg Rucka, Mark Waid, Keith Giffen, Eddy Barrows, Dan Green, and Rodney Ramos.

Comic Book Foreplay – Part 1

2010/05/31

Forget power. When it comes to supervillains, Dr. Will Magnus learns from Dr. Veronica Cale what the ultimate aphrodisiac really is:

Lucky bastard. Everyone knows that crazy women are tigers in the sack.

This lesson in supervillain sexuality has been brought to you by 52: Week Forty-Six (March 21, 2007) by Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison, Greg Rucka, Mark Waid, Keith Giffen, Pat Olliffe, Drew Geraci, and Rodney Ramos.


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