Posts Tagged ‘Teen Titans’

Going On The Ride of Your Life

2015/10/06

There’s a good reason why you shouldn’t give teenagers the keys to your fancy new car. There’s an ever better reason why you shouldn’t give teenagers who can run at super speed the keys to your fancy new car.

Any crash you can walk away from...

Any crash you can walk away from…

Today’s driving lesson has been sponsored by Teen Titans #9 (May 2004) by Geoff Johns, Mike McKone, Marlo Alquiza, and Norm Rapmund.

Supereconomics – Part 3

2014/08/20

Apparently, keeping track of money isn’t Batman’s strong suit. Or maybe Robin is just really good at cooking the books.

Ether Batarangs cost a lot or the Bat Family is extremely wasteful with them.

So Batarangs either cost a fortune or the Batman Family is extremely wasteful when it comes to using them.

Today’s example of creative accounting has been brought to you by Teen Titans #9 (May 2004) by Geoff Johns, Mike McKone, Marlo Alquiza, and Norm Rapmund.

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.

Comic Book Sexual Innuendo – Part 23

2011/10/14

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.

Ravager’s Pillow Talk

2010/07/27

If I had a nickel for every time a woman said this to me after sex, I’d be a rich man.

Imagine what she'd threaten you with if you'd been BAD in the sack.

This touching post-coital conversation brought to you by Blackest Night: Titans #1 (October 2009) by J.T. Krul, Ed Benes, Rob Hunter, John Sibal, and J.P. Mayer.


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