lawbsterjohnson:

Why the hell does Dick Grayson look like the villain from Lazytown now?

He’s deep undercover as a lovable pirate captain.

letmetellyouaboutscience:

I want papers on my desk by the end of the day. Extra credit for tequila.

Trick question - Dr. Dre was the one who introduced everyone to the Wild, Wild West.

…Proving once again that if you just look hard enough, every subject has the potential for crude humour.

jthenr-comics-vault:

DETECTIVE COMICS #526 (May 1983)Art by Don Newton (pencils), Alfredo Alcala (inks) & Adrienne Roy (colors)Script by Gerry Conway

(Harvey bolts upright) “Uhhh! Somebody say ‘twice’?”

jthenr-comics-vault:

DETECTIVE COMICS #526 (May 1983)
Art by Don Newton (pencils), Alfredo Alcala (inks) & Adrienne Roy (colors)
Script by Gerry Conway

(Harvey bolts upright) “Uhhh! Somebody say ‘twice’?”

onlinepunk:

Is this hell

"But you see, since we couldn’t legally make a snowman of our own, we remembered that you always have a few spares lying around… so we borrowed one.”

onlinepunk:

Is this hell

"But you see, since we couldn’t legally make a snowman of our own, we remembered that you always have a few spares lying around… so we borrowed one.”

I feel I should tell everyone up front: this is a PSA in which Swamp Thing tools around the marshlands of Houma, Louisiana to the strains of CCR’s “Born on the Bayou” and gently admonishes kids for throwing yellow Solo cups in the lake.

It is goddamn awesome.

And, weirdly enough, it works. The late Dick Durock is the farthest thing from the voice of Swamp Thing you would ever expect (I’ve always liked to imagine John Rhys-Davies as Treebeard) - but, as in the movie and ensuing TV show, his goofy, amiable charm really shines through here. And an environmentalist message seems much more authentic when it comes from a living, moss-encrusted avatar of The Green, rather than just some blue weirdo fighting Hoggish Greedly: that bayou is his home, and while he’s not going to yell at the kids, he is going to give them a stern talking-to about property damage, as if they’ve just chucked a baseball through his window or something.

(And it ends on a lovable groaner of a “swamp” pun. Because of course it does.)

Happy Earth Day, everybody.

anti-life-justifies-my-hate:

yourfavoritestallion:

makefreshbeets:

doomy:

spoiler alert Jesus dies

I HAVENT READ THE BOOK YET FUK U WOOOOW

Spoiler he also comes back from the dead.

God, what a fucking cop-out. This is “Wrath of Khan” all over again.

At least it’s better than that weird non-canon “fix fic” Joseph Smith posted after the last book came out. I swear, it’s even got a self-insert.

askgoodolmothy:

The trivia nerd in me is kind of peeved over the line “a devious mastermind, but no scientist”, because Romero!Joker was constantly building fantastic criminal inventions on the original show - rigged vending machines, humanoid synthethic robots with limited A.I., a gas-powered flying saucer… and, of course, mind-control headbands, which he used to drain surfing knowledge (and ability) from Hot Dog Harrigan’s brain.
lego-joker replied to your post:
I dunno - did they explicitly say that he built all that stuff? He could have just as easily paid / threatened someone into building it, or just stole a pre-existing invention.

More than likely, but they would’ve mentioned such a theft as a means of making Joker look even more dastardly and wicked. And based on the in-episode implications that he at least built the saucer and the robots himself, I can only surmise that his disordered criminal brain hides a secret aptitude for mechanical engineering.

lego-joker replied to your photoset:
Joker X Catwoman X Harley OT3? More likely than you think.

The trivia nerd in me is kind of peeved over the line “a devious mastermind, but no scientist”, because Romero!Joker was constantly building fantastic criminal inventions on the original show - rigged vending machines, humanoid synthethic robots with limited A.I., a gas-powered flying saucer… and, of course, mind-control headbands, which he used to drain surfing knowledge (and ability) from Hot Dog Harrigan’s brain.

Ohhhhhhhhhh, this doesn’t bode well.

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Batman ‘66 #32 - “Gotham Goes Ho Ho Ho”

Script by Jeff Parker

Art / Colouring by Jonathan Case