Wow, they sure where raging a-holes in the Legion, weren't they?
Okay, that panel makes no sense out of context, but given what the Legion was like back then, it probably wouldn't make sense in context either.Isn't the way to get better at using your powers to actually...you know, practice using them?
Not sick enough? I guess there is something Batman just isn't good enough at.
Jon: What, you mean my highly-valued clients? *whispers* (Pretty much, yeah.)Justin: If Dr. Dundee's motivation is anything like Saturn Girl's, it means he's keeping Batman safe while he undertakes a suicide mission against Zaryan the Conqueror. Or the Riddler, maybe. Who knows?Bill S.: He just needs more practice. Someday, he'll be able to raise and lower his blood pressure at will, using the Dwight K. Schrute Technique.
Legion-dickery. It might be for your own good. Or it might be a bar bet. Or Sun-boy could just be a giant fucking choad. YOU'LL NEVER KNOW!
Oh, I dunno. I'm usually pretty sure when Sun-boy's come over all choady.
Lurkerwithout: Exactly. Like the time I caught Wildfire keying my hover-car, and he claimed to have been possessed by a Wraith-mate.Chawunky: Which would be on any day that ends in a "y".
No, I've got it! What all these disjointed arms remind me of. The "Find The Fish" segment of Monty Python's Meaning Of Life!Oh fishy fishy fishy fish...-Lord MorgueP.s. I believe the Wayne Mansion's mysterious Floating Bat-Arms would reappear post-crisis when Kelley Jones drew Batman.
You're killin' me! And I loves me some Kelley Jones, but it's a plain old fact that most of his characters look like freakishly-tall anorexics with dislocated shoulders.
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