Saturday, October 31, 2009

Wild Mood Swings


 Doctor Destiny has issues.
-from Justice League of America #176 (1980)

Happy Halloween!

Ultron is Generous


What is Ultron offering this Peanuts character?

Read on to find out!

Friday, October 30, 2009

A Real Woman


Because somebody has to stay home and make the dinner.
-from Showcase #37 (1962)

Motorcycle gangs can be alot like prison


No one fills a pair of leather pants quite like Ghost Rider.
-from Marvel Spotlight #6 (1972)

Magic


I think they meant "POOF!"
-from Doc Savage #2 (1972)

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Playing Vigilante


Commisioner Gordon is kind of a jerk.
-from The Brave and the Bold #149 (1979)

The Finger


Given.
-from DC Comics Presents #26 (1980)

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

The Guardian's worst enemy


Allergies.
-from Star Spangled Comics #47 (1947)

Comic Book Adaptations


And so have I. The movie or the comic.
-from Jurassic Park #4 (1993)

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

SLIIIIDE!


It must've made perfect sense at the time.
-from Sensation Comics (1947)

Learning to Fly, Pt.1


Hulk not too observant. Unless Hulk mean fly as metaphor.
-from Incredible Hulk #172 (1974)

Pitching a Tent


Is that Batman?
-from Justice League of America #4 (1961)

Roy Rogers takes his horse everywhere


He'd better have a damn good explanation for the horse.
-from Roy Rogers #41 (1951)

Monday, October 26, 2009

Black Power, Man

Pride Man had a similar epiphany.

Crass Commercialism Can be Educational

Did Skipper get held back a few years?
-from Barbie #8 (1991)

Hiding in Plain Sight

Captain America plays fast and loose with his secret identity again.
-from Captain America #172 (1974)

What's Mr. Lodge's first name?

Hiram.
-from Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica #105 (1964)

Chivalry is Not Dead

It's just stupid sometimes.

A Small Price to Pay

Green Lantern learns the folly of probing things with his power ring.

Death Panel #2: Martian Manhunter

Green guys: ranked lower than black guys.

Robbie Robertson's "Other Problem"

This helped pay Peter Parker's rent until the internet came along.
-from Marvel Team-Up #150 (1985)

The Part We Hate Most

Men in thongs rarely "appear human."

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Fighting Her Way

Robin, lacking bird-themed weapons, is quickly overwhelmed.
-from Batman Family #8 (1975)

Exit Spider-Man, Stage Right


You didn't need that window, did you?
-from Marvel Team-Up #4 (1972)

Saturday, October 24, 2009

That's why they call it Rainbow Bridge


He's just not that into you him. 
-from Adventure Comics #282 (1961)

Time for another eye exam, Beast


This is probably why you're suffering.
-from Uncanny X-Men #22 (1966)

Friday, October 23, 2009

Batman hates it when you make stuff up


It's a warning to douche bags everywhere: Batman will punch you in your stupid boasting face.
-from Batman #103 (1956)

Exit Brother Voodoo, Stage Left


Dammit, woman! Can't you see the smoke and snakes? I was leaving!
(DUM DUM DUM)
-from Marvel Super-Heroes #1 (1990)

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Justice never sleeps, but needs a potty break every once in a while


"I've got to drop these criminals off at the prison pool."
-from Batman Family #9 (1975)

He's so hot!


Simon wears short shorts.
-from West Coast Avengers #1 (1984)

Who wears short shorts?


He'd love to examine it.
-from Marvel Super-Heroes Secret Wars #9 (1985)

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

How to Summon Satan the Marvel Comics Way

But wait, there's more!

Wha choo talkin' 'bout


This is the same thing that happened to Todd Bridges' career.
-from Hero For Hire #2 (1972)

Spider-Man was in the bathroom at the time


Can you believe that this dog drives with two feet?
-from Marvel Feature #4 (1972)

Iron Eagle Man


Louis Gossett, Jr.'s finest starring role comes to an end.

♪♪♪ Sometimes you wanna go ♪♪♪ Where the toad men will invade ♪♪♪


He should've just gone to Cheers.
-from The Defenders #1 (2001)

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Two Lonely Boys


Not pictured: stolen goods.
-from Superboy #86 (1961)

Monday, October 19, 2009

Iron Man, Killer



This one's totally on you, Tony.

I thought you were a boy!


"Cat Woma--"
"No! Just: 'The Cat'. This  is Marvel, not DC."

The Hard Way


Captain Cold always starts with the legal route first.
-from Wanted, the World's Most Dangerous Villains #8 (1973)

Chomp!



The Star-Spangled Kid handles all crotch attacks himself.
-from All-Star Comics #58 (1976)

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Ted Grant


My name is Yolanda Montez. You killed my father. Prepare to die. Ted Grant.
-from Crisis on Infinite Earths #6 (1985)

The Ol' Switcheroo gets 'em every time


Because there wasn't a way to make this any more convoluted.
-from Superman #301 (1976)

Were we supposed to be trying to kill them all this time?


Someone give this man a gratuitous ass shot. Oh wait, never mind.
-from G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #111 (1991)

Nick Fury is a lot of things


It's only "Agent" during business hours.
-from Fantastic Four #154 (1975)

HUH?


This was also how the Joker managed to get away all the time. Things were different back then.

Black Lightning, Killer


"I know his cowl is solid and all, but draw it like it was his brow. Or just add a bunch of squiggly lines, whichever is easiest."
-from Batman and the Outsiders #2(1983)

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Remember that time that Triplicate Girl Stopped being subtle?

So yeah....I guess this is an end of innocence. Really T.G.? Every YARD of him? With that little mini skirt? Supes is right to get Jimmy out of there lest some 31st century deflowering goes on....
-from Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen (1964)

"Phantom" was once the hot euphemism


At least repulsed by the sight of this ginormously disproportionate hand, right?
-from The Brave and the Bold #104 (1972)

Spandex tends to chafe.


He already knows my secret to great legs.
-from Daredevil #164 (1980)