Posts Tagged ‘Atom’

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 37

2016/02/23

One of these things is not like the others.

Maybe Fredric Wertham was on to something after all...

Maybe Fredric Wertham was on to something after all…

Today’s slip of the tongue comes to you from the pages of Justice League of America #44 (May 1966) by Gardner F. Fox, Mike Sekowsky, and Frank Giacoia.

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style – Part 10

2012/08/25

For a middle-aged physics professor, Ray Palmer is a pretty easy-going, open-minded guy.

Maybe that one gay crush is what finally drove Jean Loring over the edge. ūüėõ

This glimpse into contemporary student-teacher relationships has been brought to you by JLA #27 (March 1999) by Mark Millar, Mark Pajarillo, Marlo Alquiza, and Walden Wong.

Dubious Medicine – Part 2

2012/08/13

Even the most brilliant minds need to go back to the drawing board once in a while.

I’m pretty sure PETA wasn’t amused.

Today’s engineering failure courtesy of The All New Atom #14 (October 2007) by Gail Simone, Mike Norton, and Trevor Scott.

Reductio ad Hitlerum – Part 3

2012/08/01

You meet the darndest people in the afterlife, simulated or otherwise.

So that’s what happens when there’s no more room in Hell!

This trope namer has been brought to you by The All New Atom #14 (October 2007) by Gail Simone, Mike Norton, and Trevor Scott.

Talk Nerdy To Me

2010/09/15

I’m not sure what they put in the drinking water down in Ivy Town University, but, after seeing what kind of company turned up at Ryan Choi’s welcome back party, I kind of wish that they’d make it a mandatory additive.

Is that a sliderule in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?

This geek fantasy has been brought to you by The All New Atom #12 (August 2007) by Gail Simone, Mike Norton, and Dan Green.

Fun Facts About Giganta

2010/09/07

Quick! When you think of  Dr. Doris Zeul Рbetter known as recurring Wonder Woman foe Giganta Рwhat the first thing that comes to mind? (And I mean aside from that impractical two-piece leopard print costume she used to wear.)

Well, it might surprise you to know that she’s straightforward, disenchanted with today’s youth, a stickler for the rules (kind of surprising for a supervillainess), a professor at Ivy Town University, and has a not immediately visible body modification…all of which Ryan Choi, the all-new (and currently all-dead) Atom learns in short order.

There is no Amanda, only Zeul.

Today’s Giganta fact file comes to you courtesy of The All New Atom #3 (November 2006) by Gail Simone, John Byrne, and Trevor Scott.


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