Archive for the ‘IDW Publishing’ Category

The One True Measure of Annoyance

2015/10/14

You know you’re a dick when you start getting on your own nerves.

I don't think there's any world big enough for two Peter Venkmans.

I don’t think there’s any world big enough for two Peter Venkmans.

This unfortunate encounter has been brought to you by Ghostbusters Get Real #2 (July 2015) by Erik Burnham and Dan Schoening.

First Impressions

2015/04/25

Never let the team wiseass handle the introductions.

Looks like Peter's been doing his homework since the end of the second movie.

Looks like Peter’s been doing his homework since the end of the second movie.

Today’s art-based leg pull has been brought to you by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters #2 (November 2014) by Erik Burnham, Tom Waltz, and Dan Schoening.

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 35

2015/04/09

To be fair, Egon Spengler is capable of accomplishing more lying on his back that most people are when standing upright.

Dude, he's lying down on the job, not getting laid on the job. ;)

Dude, he’s lying down on the job, not getting laid on the job. 😉

This cheeky comment has been to you by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters #1 (October 2014) by Erik Burnham, Tom Waltz, Dan Schoening, Cory Smith, and Charles Paul Wilson III.

Engineering Failures – Part 2

2015/01/19

You know, when Egon Spengler said that “simply turning (the Containment Unit) off would be like dropping a bomb on the city”, I never suspected that he was tactfully neglecting an even worse scenario.

How the heck did this ever get past the prototype stage?

Evidently, someone’s never heard of redundant safety devices.

Today’s worst case scenario has been brought to you by Ghostbusters #19 (August 2014) by Erik Burnham and Dan Schoening.

It’s the Circle of Life…

2014/09/29

…and it grosses us the hell out.

Man, you never get to see the cool stuff happen on panel. :(

Man, you never get to see the cool stuff happen on panel. 😦

This glimpse into the wonders of the natural world has been brought to you by My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic #3 (January 2013) by Katie Cook and Andy Price.

Welcome To Hell, Eh?

2014/04/25

Canadians bring their cheer and good will with them…no matter what their destination.

If Canadians are such decent folk...would they even end up in Hell in the first place?

Wait…if Canadians are such decent folk…would they even end up in Hell in the first place?

This radical proposal for infernal improvement comes to you courtesy of Ghostbusters #9 (May 2012) by Erik Burnham, Tristan Jones, and Dan Schoening.

Dubious Medicine – Part 8

2014/04/13

Post-mortem examinations are never pretty.

I could, but I just ate lunch. :P

I could, but I just ate lunch.

Today’s freaky autopsy has been brought to you by The Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #3 (March 2012) by James Roberts and Alex Milne.

Getting Hammered On a Budget

2014/02/20

Contrary to popular belief, there is such a thing as a free lunch (or free drink, as the case may be). It’s just not very impressive.

Er...maybe it's the Cybertronian equivalent of a shotglass?

Er…maybe it’s the Cybertronian equivalent of a shotglass?

This laughable challenge to sobriety has been brought to you by The Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #4 (April 2012) by James Roberts and Alex Milne.

User Unfriendly – Part 2

2014/02/12

It’s a sad day when your own body starts to betray you.

He must be running the Cybertronian equivalent of Windows 8.

He must be running the Cybertronian equivalent of Windows 8.

Today’s addition of insult to injury has been brought to you by The Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #1 (January 2012) by James Roberts and Nick Roche.

Unanswerable Questions Answered – Part 2

2014/01/11

Sometimes, it helps to think outside the box and listen carefully to the question being asked.

Who says honesty isn't the best policy? :)

Who says honesty isn’t the best policy? 🙂

This example of original thinking has been brought to you by My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic #4 (February 2013) by Katie Cook and Andy Price.


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