Posts Tagged ‘Flash’

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.

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The Year of the Microwave Scare

2015/01/03

There are dark days ahead for the DC Universe that have nothing to do with the New 52.

I hate time travellers sometimes.

I hate time travellers sometimes.

This dire warning of things to come courtesy of The Flash #112 (April 1996) by Mark Waid, Anthony Castrillo, and Hanibal Rodriguez.

UPDATE (2015.01.03): No comment. I think these images speak for themselves. ๐Ÿ™‚

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Subliminally Yours – Part 7: Who Framed Roger Rabbit

2014/02/08

Remember the old urban legend about a female toon experiencing a wardrobe malfunction in the film? Well, guess what, folks? It’s 100% true. But here’s the funny thing: it has absolutely nothing to do with Jessica Rabbit flashing her firecrotch. Oh, no. The incident in question actually involves Betty Boop.

Janet Jackson, eat your heart out.

Janet Jackson, eat your heart out.

Needless to say, when the above nipple slip, which was inserted by some mischievous animators as a joke, was discovered, it was quickly removed by Disney. The only reason the footage survives in uncensored form today is because some early domestic and certain contemporary foreign language versions of the movie, both broadcast and home video releases, inadvertently omitted the omission.

The Generation Gap – Part 2

2013/08/04

There’s nothing like good old-fashioned superhero values.

I think it just comes with the territory, kid.

I think it just comes with the territory, kid.

Today’s etiquette lesson has been brought to you by JSA #19 (February 2001) by David S. Goyer, Geoff Johns, Alan Davis, Stephen Sadowski, Michael Bair, Keith Champagne, and Mark Farmer.

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.

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style โ€“ Part 14

2013/01/08

When couples have relationship difficulties, it sometimes helps to engage in recreational activities together to help the mending process along. Not surprisingly, when one half of that couple is a metahuman, those activities can be somewhat more exotic.

That's a lot of steps right there, though. :)

That’s a lot of steps right there, though. ๐Ÿ™‚

Today’s bonding moment has been brought to you by The Flash #101 (May 1995) by Mark Waid and Jose Marzan Jr.

Sex and Dating, Superhuman Style โ€“ Part 13

2013/01/04

Beware the dreaded serious relationship talk.

I thought it was supposed to be TGIF, not TGIN...

I thought it was supposed to be TGIF, not TGIN…

Today’s example of divine ninja intervention courtesy of The Flash #108 (December 1995) by Mark Waid, Oskar Jimenez, and Jose Marzan Jr.

Dreaming of a White Christmas

2012/12/23

Too bad for the Flash that that white powdery stuff isn’t snow.

What would Christmas be without some hot coc(o)a? :P

What would Christmas be without some hot coc(o)a? ๐Ÿ˜›

Today’s round of yuletide cheer comes to you courtesy of The Flash #87 (February 1994) by Mark Waid, Mike Wieringo, and Jose Marzan Jr. Merry Christmas everyone! ๐Ÿ™‚

Crowning Moments of Awesome – Part 2: The Flash

2012/07/12

Three words: Infinite Mass Punch.

Houston, we have lift off.

This novel application of special relativity courtesy of JLA #3 (March 1997) by Grant Morrison, Howard Porter, and John Dell.

The Generation Gap – Part 1

2011/11/15

When you have trouble dealing with those pesky, superpowered teenagers, let someone else handle it.

Considering that Flash doesn't have any kids and Sentinel has two, this doesn't really seem all that fair to me...

This example of senior citizen buck passing has been brought to you by Young Justice: Sins of Youth #1 (May 2000) by Peter David, Todd Nauck, and Lary Stucker.


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