Posts Tagged ‘Sexual Innuendo’

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 23


The Titan of Myth known as Hyperion brings new meaning to the term “magic fingers”.

I don't think that's her "inner light" you're tickling there, buddy. ^_^;

See for yourself how he succeeded where Terry Long failed in The New Teen Titans #11 (September 1981) by Marv Wolfman, George Pérez, and Romeo Tanghal.

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 22


Ever since Red Hood and the Outlaws #1 came out a weeks ago and perfectly demonstrated just how progressive the creative minds at DC Comics are by transforming Starfire into an emotionless nymphomaniac space bimbo, I’ve seen the following panel from The New Teen Titans #18 (March 1986) making the rounds:

I think she's trying to tell me something. I just wish I could figure out what.

Now, I hate to burst everyone’s bubble, but the panel in question – which I believe originated at Comics Cavern, though I’m really not 100% certain – is doctored. And here’s the proof:

The photoshopped panel (left) and the original panel from "The New Teen Titans" #18 (right).

So, here’s a message for all you would-be Internet humorists and character assassins out there: stop using this fake panel to drag Starfire’s name through the mud. Scott Lobdell’s doing a perfectly adequate job of that on his own and doesn’t need your damn help. If, for some perverse reason, you find the temptation impossible to resist, however, then use this real panel from The New Teen Titans #39 (January 1988) instead:

Look upon what Scott Lobdell's retcon has wrought and tremble in despair.

The Master Sword of My Domain


It would appear that Link has discovered some unexpected perks to being the Hero of Time.

Makes being sealed away in the Sacred Realm for seven years almost seem worth it.

This 3D art courtesy of Aphius. Those spoilsports at deviantART deleted it from his gallery there, but his work lives on here and elsewhere! Check out his other stuff at

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 18


While your range of pick up lines may be limited when you’re a hot dog vendor, that doesn’t mean that you have to make a beeline for most suggestive (and obvious) one.

Just be glad she didn't make the counteroffer of shoving those hot dogs up your sorry ass.

The Lowest Common Denominator Catering Company is sponsored in part by Birds of Prey #68 (August 2004) by Gail Simone, Joe Bennett and Ruy Jose.

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 17


You know that you’ve found someone special when you can shamelessly come on to each other on the job without anyone catching on.

Who knew that foreplay could involve gunplay?

This guide to workplace flirtation comes to you courtesy of Empowered – Volume 1 (March 2007) by Adam Warren.

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 16


When mankind is in danger, you call in the World’s Finest Team. When the World’s Finest Team needs a distraction, they call in Power Girl.

Those're certainly the nicest pair of distractions I've ever seen.

This foolproof stratagem has been brought to you by Superman/Batman #4 (January 2004) by Jeph Loeb, Ed McGuinness, and Dexter Vines.

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 15


While paying her respects to Blue Beetle one year after his death in the company of Black Canary, her adoptive daughter Sin, and the Huntress, Oracle makes a rather startling confession to her teammates about her private relationship with the late Ted Kord. Unfortunately, in doing so, she raises a rather interesting question: has “the world’s premier infojock and data specialist supreme” ever used all that computer technology at her disposal for…shall we say…less than noble purposes?

No wonder Black Canary adopted a girl name "Sin".

I choose to respond to Black Canary’s disgusting comment thusly:

Is that an invitation to see my dongle?

This textbook definition of “too much information” comes to your courtesy of Birds of Prey #96 (September 2006) by Gail Simone, Paulo Sequeira, Jerry Ordway, and Robin Riggs.

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 14


There’s something oddly arousing about the fact that the Huntress and Judomaster aren’t above mischievously throwing around creative euphemisms for male genitalia in the heat of battle.

Normally, I'd add my own suggestive comment right about now, but I think they've covered all of the good ones already.

Today’s lesson in juvenile humor has been brought to you by Birds of Prey #101 (February 2007) by Gail Simone, Nicola Scott, and Doug Hazlewood.

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 13


Whether you consider her a tree hugger or an ecoterrorist, one thing is certain: Poison Ivy loves plants and trees. What’s a bit more surprising is that she also…uh…loves plants and trees.

I'm all for free love, but not outside-of-my-biological-kingdom free.

This page from the beginner’s guide to dendrophilia courtesy of Batman: Harley and Ivy #2 (July 2004) by Paul Dini, Bruce Timm, and Shane Glines.

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 12


You’re young, you’re female, you’re in high school…and you have x-ray vision. What’s a girl to do? As the following discussion between the (then) modern Supergirl, Linda Danvers, and her Silver Age counterpart, Kara Zor-El, illustrates, it’s best not to jump to any conclusions:

"Wow...would you look at the size of those balls?"

This tale of the comic book generation gap brought to you by Supergirl #77 (February 2003) by Peter David, Ed Benes, and Alex Lei.

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