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Breetai
Nov 6, 2005

Mah spoon is too big!


Well, the previous thread has once again gone to the goldmine, so let's start things off fresh for the new year.

I believe that the 80's, taken in isolation, was perhaps the biggest war crime against fashion, taste, and the notion of marketability that the world has ever seen. That being said; I would read this comic.




The Aborter: it ain't yer daddy's superhero.



Fanservice.


A classic that deserves to be posted again, and I would appreciate anyone who can tell me the issue no...



Finally, let's never forget the origin of our beloved forum's name...

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SkellingTon Loc
Oct 24, 2005

I was feelin' horny and ornery hornery


Naked vampire guy... yeah.

maltesh
May 20, 2004

TG: brought my phone and i also took my awesome katana with me in case things get too hot to handle
TG: and they always do


Breetai posted:


A classic that deserves to be posted again, and I would appreciate anyone who can tell me the issue no...




All-Star Batman & Robin #2.

duz
Jul 11, 2005

Excellent. The Arkham Asylum
shower cam is operational.

Breetai posted:

Fanservice.


Just because Harley and Ivy have been known to shower together...

And now a couple panels from the new Blue Beetle.

HitTheTargets
Mar 3, 2006

I thought what I'd do was, I'd pretend I was one of those bat-men.

Breetai posted:

The Aborter: it ain't yer daddy's superhero.


Heh, Animal Man once fought a guy whose superpower was that he was aborted. He continued the fine villainous tradition of bad thematical puns.







d00gZ
Oct 12, 2002

Original Sin Murderer
Wild Guess #627
Edward Snowden

"My sole motive is to inform the public as to that which is done in their name and that which is done against them."

Breetai posted:

A classic that deserves to be posted again, and I would appreciate anyone who can tell me the issue no...



Do you even read comics or do you just laugh at the funny panels

Lafarga
Apr 18, 2002

by Fistgrrl


Breetai
Nov 6, 2005

Mah spoon is too big!


d00gZ posted:

Do you even read comics or do you just laugh at the funny panels

Excuse me? I'm not even sure what you're getting at.

DS at Night
Jun 1, 2004



d00gZ posted:

Do you even read comics or do you just laugh at the funny panels

Don't.

ToasterThief
Jun 1, 2001
Let's all just get along.



No idea where it's from.

Vicissitude
Jan 26, 2004

Divine Conduit
of God's Message


ToasterThief posted:

No idea where it's from.

It looks almost like a MAD magazine parody.

mind the walrus
Sep 22, 2006



Lafarga posted:



Heh. Who just potentially offed it? Funny line.

Senior Woodchuck
Aug 29, 2006

When you're lost out there and you're all alone, a light is waiting to carry you home


mind the walrus posted:

Heh. Who just potentially offed it? Funny line.

Based on Felicia's outfit, I'd say Wolverine, from the Claws mini.

mind the walrus
Sep 22, 2006



Senior Woodchuck posted:

Based on Felicia's outfit, I'd say Wolverine, from the Claws mini.

Ah. I didn't know it was one of those Looney Tunes-esque minis where they exploit Wolverine's healing factor just to make him suffer as much as possible. Sort-of like Ennis' Punisher arc with him only if Ennis could have his "I hate Supeheroes" pole pulled out of his rectum.

gregday
May 23, 2003


Some of my favorites:









Robin:
Batman:

Robin:
Batman:

Robin:
Batman:

profbobo
May 22, 2004

Vivat Buster!

Vicissitude posted:

It looks almost like a MAD magazine parody.

Tintin seems a little obscure for a Mad parody. I'm really curious about this page's origin as well!

Edit: http://www.coolfrenchcomics.com/tintinbatman.htm

GunboatDiplomat
Aug 23, 2003

let the waters kiss

gregday posted:

What's that from, please? All I could think of was Plastic Man.

FutureBoy
Jan 18, 2003

"Listen, no offense, but if I'm getting taken down, man, it ain't gonna be from fuckin' Speedball!"

GunboatDiplomat posted:

What's that from, please? All I could think of was Plastic Man.

You were right in one! It's from the final arc of Kyle Baker's Plastic Man series.

Sanschel
Aug 9, 2002



Breetai posted:





To further the awesome power of the Diesel Dyke, isn't she drawn by Adam Hughes or something?

Rin
Sep 30, 2005

Cops--the most annoying fleshy ones of all.

Sanschel posted:

To further the awesome power of the Diesel Dyke, isn't she drawn by Adam Hughes or something?

This is correct. I believe it's one of his early works.

GunboatDiplomat
Aug 23, 2003

let the waters kiss

FutureBoy posted:

You were right in one! It's from the final arc of Kyle Baker's Plastic Man series.
OH GOD THERE'S KYLE BAKER PLASTIC MAN I DON'T HAVE

Edge & Christian
May 20, 2001

I just wanted to talk about the comics, see? All those shitty, amazing comics


Rin posted:

This is correct. I believe it's one of his early works.
It's not really that early, it looks like it's from Penthouse Comix, which came out in the mid 1990s. I don't know what exactly was going on with them, but they had Keith Giffen and Adam Hughes and Kevin Maguire and all these other talented people doing really uninspired softcore porno comics.

hup
Feb 25, 2006

ME IRL


gregday posted:




Robin:
Batman:

Robin:
Batman:

Robin:
Batman:

how can anyone NOT love All-Star Batman?

SuperKlaus
Oct 19, 2005
Like Klaus but better

Hey, so long as we're checking origins, where'd the Harley and Batgirl image come from? It looks just like the old cartoons.

Picklepuss
Jul 12, 2002



Rin posted:

This is correct. I believe it's one of his early works.
Could be. Isn't that Hericane from the "Young Captain Adventure" strip in Penthouse Comix? He illustrated most if not all of those, I think.

Something's definitely not kosher.

JohnThermos
Dec 8, 2005

I CAN HAS USB NOW?

From Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane, this whole sequence had me in stitches:




Anyone not reading this needs to start right now.

ToasterThief
Jun 1, 2001
Let's all just get along.

Gropes Yule Logs posted:

how can anyone NOT love All-Star Batman?

Possibly because it's a year late?

k-selectride
May 23, 2004
belgian waffle

ToasterThief posted:



No idea where it's from.

Looks like a Tintin fan comic.

mrjxxly
Dec 27, 2004
hello, i rape little boys in the ass!

gregday posted:

Some of my favorites:


hah! i think thats the exact image i cropped for a funny panel thread awhile back. i forgot about that. i feel so important.

from Cassanova 2:


it's only the second issue of a series that is up to 6 now, and i'm still pretty sure if i tried to describe what is supposed to be going on i'd screw it up. i love this comic.

Jet Ready Go
Nov 3, 2005

I thought I didn't qualify. I was considered, what was it... volatile, self-centered, and I don't play well with others.

JohnThermos posted:

From Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane, this whole sequence had me in stitches:




Anyone not reading this needs to start right now.

OH NOESSSSS I like this.. its so cuuute.. do they have a collected edition yet? How many issues are out?

Sanschel
Aug 9, 2002



Jet Ready Go posted:

OH NOESSSSS I like this.. its so cuuute.. do they have a collected edition yet? How many issues are out?

There's a big hardcover (like Runaways sized hardcover) coming soon, and a bunch of digests (like Runaways sized digets) out now. SMMJ made me enjoy valley girls

Sigma
Aug 24, 2003

...


Jet Ready Go posted:

OH NOESSSSS I like this.. its so cuuute.. do they have a collected edition yet? How many issues are out?
There is a hardcover coming out that collects the first two limited series and 1-6 of the current ongoing.


http://www.amazon.com/Spider-Man-Lo.../dp/0785126104/

elf help book
Aug 5, 2004

"Bow before your four foot master!"



Sigma posted:

There is a hardcover coming out that collects the first two limited series and 1-6 of the current ongoing.


http://www.amazon.com/Spider-Man-Lo.../dp/0785126104/

Thats so cheap! Wow, I only read the first mini and I feel obligated to order it at that price. Or is this like those $20 mispriced Absolutes?

Sigma
Aug 24, 2003

...


Elfbot posted:

Thats so cheap! Wow, I only read the first mini and I feel obligated to order it at that price. Or is this like those $20 mispriced Absolutes?
It is an oversized hardcover, but not as big as an Absolute edition. Not a mis-price either. It was solicited for the direct market at the 25 dollar price point.

http://www.newsarama.com/marvelnew/Mar07/solicitations.html

quote:

SPIDER-MAN LOVES MARY JANE VOL. 1 HC
Written by SEAN MCKEEVER
Pencils & Cover by TAKESHI MIYAZAWA
This deluxe hardcover collects the first 13 installments of Marvelís most mischievous melodrama, as featured in Entertainment Weekly's Must List! Collecting MARY JANE #1-4, MARY JANE: HOMECOMING #1-4 and SPIDER-MAN LOVES MARY JANE #1-5.
304 PGS./All Ages Ö$24.99
ISBN: 0-7851-2610-4
Trim size: oversized

Sigma fucked around with this message at Jan 2, 2007 around 06:18

Rhino Steve
Feb 2, 2005

Who the hell is Bucky?

Not actually a panel but i came across this childrens ride at my local shopping centre.
who decided the spider-mobile needed to be remembered

Fuck Your Website
Nov 29, 2003
FUCK YOU, AND FUCK YOUR WEBSITE


Edge & Christian posted:

It's not really that early, it looks like it's from Penthouse Comix, which came out in the mid 1990s. I don't know what exactly was going on with them, but they had Keith Giffen and Adam Hughes and Kevin Maguire and all these other talented people doing really uninspired softcore porno comics.
Reportedly they were paying crazy money, so of course it didn't last long.

McGravin
Aug 25, 2004

Tantum via caeli per ferro incendioque est.

Rhino Steve posted:

Not actually a panel but i came across this childrens ride at my local shopping centre.
who decided the spider-mobile needed to be remembered

I found at Walmart the other day a Spider-Man edition of the boardgame Operation. Instead of the typical Operation organs, the player is removing Spidey's "broken web-shooters", "webbed feet", "spider cents" (a coin with a spider on it), and "Mary Jane jitters" (a heart), etc. As if this ridiculously needless comicbook tie-in weren't horriffic enough, the box art is an image of Spider-Man restrained on an operating table and obviously struggling, while Doc Ock uses his tentacles to tear him apart. It's actually rather gruesome and somewhat disturbing.

Spanish Matlock
Sep 6, 2004



JohnThermos posted:

From Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane, this whole sequence had me in stitches:




Anyone not reading this needs to start right now.

Well gently caress, it finally happened, I'm totally gay for this series

Erebus
Jul 13, 2001

Okay... Keep your head, Steve boy...


McGravin posted:

I found at Walmart the other day a Spider-Man edition of the boardgame Operation. Instead of the typical Operation organs, the player is removing Spidey's "broken web-shooters", "webbed feet", "spider cents" (a coin with a spider on it), and "Mary Jane jitters" (a heart), etc. As if this ridiculously needless comicbook tie-in weren't horriffic enough, the box art is an image of Spider-Man restrained on an operating table and obviously struggling, while Doc Ock uses his tentacles to tear him apart. It's actually rather gruesome and somewhat disturbing.

Naturally, I had to go looking for this.

http://www.hasbrotoyshop.com/Produc...m?ID=18720&CD=7

I'm actually less concerned about the box



than I am about what you're supposed to pull out of Spider-Man's crotch.

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SkellingTon Loc
Oct 24, 2005

I was feelin' horny and ornery hornery

mrjxxly posted:

hah! i think thats the exact image i cropped for a funny panel thread awhile back. i forgot about that. i feel so important.

from Cassanova 2:


it's only the second issue of a series that is up to 6 now, and i'm still pretty sure if i tried to describe what is supposed to be going on i'd screw it up. i love this comic.

That's a purty comic. I'm going to check it out.

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