Friday, June 15, 2007

Just in Time for Friday

As the sun rises on a breezy June morning, a sense of tranquility pervades the sleepy land of the internets. But wait... is it tranquility... or is it the noxious miasma of Friday boredom seeping through your tubes? Gasp! Who will save us now? We're doomed to a Friday of monotony, toiling away at work with nothing to while away the hours that stretch longer and longer, pushing away the weekend!

But wait!

What's that?

Up in the sky!

It's a macro! It's an RSS feed! It's... it's...

SUPERDICKERY!

Never fear, for images of the Silver Age of comics will delight you for hours until the evetime bell chimes the end of the workweek!

A few of my favorites:

"Where I come from, that'd be considered "regular mathematics."

Incidentally, 20 x 16 x 10 = 3,200, not 32,000. "



"Would it really be that difficult to just use your powers and take the antitdote from her?"


"What, you've never heard of Tiger-Man? Probably because in the debut issue the most menacing villain they could come up for him to fight was a balding middle aged man wielding a floor lamp."

"Well shucks, if we'd known all we had to do was bury the enemy in pieces of paper, we could have saved a hell of a lot of time and effort winning that war."
A lesson for the Iraq war, perhaps? Lord knows it's better than the gay bomb.


Hope that doesn't ruin your Father's Day.

Hat tip to the Capital Insider, Alexander the Great!

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

At least one, maybe two of these would be considered Golden Age, not Silver Age.

So speaks the Comic Book Store Guy.

10:47 AM  
Anonymous Edward said...

That Tiger Man totally looks like Marilyn Manson.

9:01 AM  
Blogger rock_ninja said...

A very jaundiced Marilyn Manson, but I defs see it.

9:07 AM  

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