Posts Tagged ‘Marvel Universe’

Politically Incorrect Theater – Part 9

2014/04/09

One bad slur deserves another.

:O

:O

Today’s dropping of the N-bomb has been brought to you by The Uncanny X-Men #196 (August 1985) by Chris Claremont, John Romita Jr., and Dan Green.

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Dubious Medicine – Part 7

2014/04/05

Ever wonder what kind of doctorate Victor Von Doom has? Oh, the possibilities…

Sure, that's what they all say.

Sure, that’s what they all say.

This chilling vision of what might have been has been to you by What If…? #34 (February 1992) by Barry Dutter, Scott Gimple, John Rozum, Arthur Wyatt, Ian Akin, Darren Auck, Hilary Barta, Jim Cardillo, Janice Chiang, Dave Cullen, Sam De La Rosa, Brad K. Joyce, Aaron Lopresti, Tom Morgan, Andrew Pepoy, Jim Reddington, Tom Vincent, and Renee Witterstaetter.

Rosetta Stone: Tamaranian Style

2014/03/24

When it comes to teaching someone a new language, it always helps to have a good incentive.

I think Nightcrawler's on to something...

I think Nightcrawler’s on to something…

Today’s lesson in linguistics has been brought to you by Marvel and DC Present #1: The Uncanny X-Men and the New Teen Titans (1982) by Chris Claremont, Walter Simonson, and Terry Austin.

Peter Parker: The Amazing Super-Man

2014/03/04

No, that’s still not my typo, dammit.

But you don't use that time to proofread, apparently.

I’m guessing that you don’t devote any of that valuable time to proofreading.

Today’s skirting of copyright infringement has been brought to you by The Amazing Spider-Man #3 (July 1963) by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.

Peter Palmer: The Amazing Spider-Man

2014/02/28

No, that’s not a typo. Well, not my typo, anyway.

There's a masturbation joke here, somewhere, I'm sure of it.

There’s a masturbation joke here somewhere, I’m sure of it.

Today’s spelling mistake comes to your courtesy of The Amazing Spider-Man #1 (March 1963) by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.

Politically Incorrect Theater – Part 8

2014/01/27

We may have a long way to go when it comes to getting rid of homophobia, but at least we’re well beyond the point of Bruce Banner nearly getting raped by two horrible gay stereotypes in the shower of the local YMCA.

What the hell is this supposed to be, the urban version of "Deliverance"?

Ladies and gentlemen, the 1980s Marvel Universe version of “Deliverance”.

This cringeworthy moment in Marvel Universe history has been brought to you by The Hulk! #23 (October 1980) by Denny O’Neill, Jim Shooter, Roger Stern, Alfredo Alcala, Brent Anderson, John Buscema, Howard Chaykin, Steve Oliff, and John Tartag.

Toasty!

2014/01/23

Let’s be honest: if you’ve ever dreamt about having the Human Torch‘s powers and claim that doing this never once crossed your mind, I’m calling you a liar.

Better not tell her you're planning a flambé for dessert, Johnny...

Better not tell her you’re planning to flambé something for dinner, Johnny…

This hands-on cooking lesson comes to you from the pages of Fantastic Four #67 (October 1967) by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Joe Sinnott.

Studies in Douchebaggery – Part 4

2014/01/15

Proof positive that intelligence and modesty don’t necessarily go hand in hand.

I guess "Captain Awesome" was too presumptuous for you, eh, Richards?

I guess “Captain Awesome” was too presumptuous for you, eh, Richards? 😛

Today’s dick moment has been brought to you by Fantastic Four #1 (November 1961) by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 31

2013/12/14

Ever experienced one of those moments where a comic book’s title captured the essence of its contents perfectly?

Please don't tell me that that's a fancy way of saying you're a bottom... >_<

Please don’t tell me that that’s a fancy way of saying you’re a bottom… >_<

This WTF moment has been brought to you by What The–? #3 (October 1988) by Kurt Busiek, Peter David, Sholly Fisch, Fred Hembeck, Glenn Herdling, Richard Howell, Kyle Baker, James Fry, Todd McFarlane, Alex Saviuk, Mark Siry, Hector Collazo, Bob McLeod, and Joe Sinnott.

Putdown Merry-Go-Round – Part 1

2013/12/10

You know shit just got real when superheroes start ragging on each others’ names.

Hey Trina! If you're reading this, this one's for you. ;)

Hey Trina! If you’re reading this…this one’s for you. 😉

This cosmic low blow has been brought to you by What The–?! #9 (October 1990) by Peter David, Scott Lobdell, Don McGregor, John Byrne, Mike Harris, Dave Hoover, Rurik Tyler, Dennis Jensen, and Tom Palmer.


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