Archive for the ‘Image Comics’ Category

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.

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Waking Up on the Wrong Side of the Bed

2013/05/16

If I came back from the dead, I’d probably be cranky and hurling expletives too.

I hope they didn't bury you in that clown costume, jackass.

I hope they didn’t bury you in that clown costume, jackass.

This bleep-worthy moment comes to you courtesy of Powers #27 (January 2002) by Brian Michael Bendis and Mike Avon Oeming.

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.

Skipping Chapters in the Superhero Handbook

2012/10/20

Meh. Rules were made to be broken, anyway.

Geez, suck every last ounce of fun of this job, whydontcha?

This breach of superhero etiquette has been brought to you by The Pro (July 2002) by Garth Ennis, Amanda Connor, and Jimmy Palmiotti.

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 6

2012/03/22

Whether you’re having trouble with your life partner or your crimefighting partner, the Savage Dragon has some sage advice.

You have no idea how close to home this hits. The alternate reality twins were what wrecked my last relationship.

Today’s life lesson has been brought to you by Lovebunny & Mr. Hell: Savage Love #1 (2003) by Tim Seeley, Cory Hamscher, and Erik Larsen.

A Pregnant Pause

2010/12/01

Just when you thought that you’d seen every conceivable way that a supervillain could possibly blackmail superheroes into submission or inaction, the despotic ruler of New Port City, Bomb Queen, comes up with the mother of them all.

I wonder if the stretch marks and morning sickness were worth it...?

This new benchmark in fighting dirty has been brought to you by Bomb Queen: Volume 6 #2 (November 2010) by Jimmie Robinson.


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