February 18, 2011

To his friend while they discussed X-MEN...



41 comments:

  1. Got to say: it's refreshing to see such a POSITIVE, wholesome outlook related to comics!
    This kid just needs to get involved in scouting or something.

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  2. You know, after all the creepy douchebags, that's actually kinda sweet.

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  3. I'd read a Troop Leader Logan comic where he takes inner city kids camping

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  4. He couldn't be worse than captain Tootsie ...
    http://www.cracked.com/blog/9-ludicrous-trends-in-advertising-well-never-see-again/

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  5. I bet, Logan would have the BEST campside ghost stories too.

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  6. I agree with Alex M, it is actually quite sweet in comparison. XD

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  7. D'aaaw, that's actually kind of adorable.

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  8. Don't do it kid! You'll end up either dead or a vampire. He's the worst friend to have.

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  9. Love the comic, but not in love with the new larger size. Now I have to read the bubble, look at the character, and back and forth. I liked the old size better when I could kinda take it all in at once.

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  10. I think everyone goes through a time where they wish a fictional character were their friend.

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  11. @Aaron: Yeah, Wolverine has the worst indirect luck with friends. How many of his closest friends/girlfriends have died, again?

    Still, though, I'm sure that if Wolverine pal'd around with this kid, the kid would turn into a real badass if he doesn't end up dead.

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  12. ^__^ He's so happy and cheerful

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  13. Awww! That's absolutely adorable.

    I'm not going to lie. At age 24 I still occasionally think, "Dude, I wish Pokemon were real. We'd travel the countryside and sleep by campfires at night."

    ...So, yeah. Don't ever lose that, kid.

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  14. So what's the catch? Is this guy like 40?

    I mean I'd hang out with Logan but probably at a strip club.

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  15. I find this guy really endearing...

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  16. Ditto with 12:20-Anon. I want a Pikachu and Ninetails and it would be the bestest times ever.

    I think it's really cute that this guy has drummed up this fantastic version of Wolverine that'd take him places and basically be a bad-ass big brother or father figure.

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  17. Hells yeah! But me, I'd rather go exploring with Goku cuz I'm a manga person EEEK!

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  18. Awww, you just want to give him a hug.
    This is nice, it is good to have a not horrible person for once.

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  19. "Outdoorsy" is code for gay...for reals.

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  20. And some say 'anonymous' is a code for coward.

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  21. Glad I'm not the only one whose gaydar went off. xD

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  22. brokeback logan.

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  23. Are we talking eighties samurai Logan, or nineties stupid crazy Logan. I'd hang with the eighties Logan any day.
    What's he like these days?

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  24. Faith in humanity... returning...

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  25. @ Masamundane: Dead, and in hell. No, really. The first arc of the newest Wolerine series is "Wolverine in Hell." But I'm sure he'll get better.

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  26. I'd much rather hang out with Spider-Man and crack jokes all day, but Wolverine would also be cool.

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  27. Ditto @Jeff.
    Also, the soundtrack to this panel is "Wouldn't it be Nice." Imagine the montage of fun times!

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  28. wait..."outdoorsy" = gay? LOL! what a crazy thought. says more about the commenter's anxieties. As for hanging out with Wolverine, pass. But it's a cool idea for a comedy sketch. Anyway. Hey MR TIM: Are you on Facebook?

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  29. Shocking!

    Absolute Human Filth!

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  30. Jumping on the bandwagon here, but he really does seem like a sweet kid. It's a nice change of pace.

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  31. Also jumping in to say that this kid just seems like a normal, sweet kid. I frequently hear my 6 year old say this sort of thing in total innocence. I'm hoping the website owner posted it as a positive stereotype rather than a judgemental one.

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  32. I think the catch is the whole "person thinks fictional character is real" theme present in many of the other cartoons.

    Granted, sometimes it's creepy, sometimes it's hilarious - at times both - but this one's actually OK. Except if the person saying it is like 30, in which case it falls straight on the first category.

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  33. Gay. Totally gay.

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  34. Awww.

    Could not possibly imagine him saying the same thing about Rorschach or Batman. :)

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  35. Brokeback Mountain, X-Men Edition.

    But in all seriousness, after reading all the crazy/stupid stuff people do, it's a nice change of pace to see someone make an innocent remark.

    Though frankly, the "outdoorsy" bit has me wondering...

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  36. Wolverine is the best at what he does, and what he does is play catch and go hiking with this guy

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  37. This one is the best one in a long time... and I actually look forward to the insane ones.

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  38. Cuuuute. (: He seems adorable compared to all the freaks.

    I HOPE YOUR DREAM COMES TRUE.

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  39. @Alex Greene- I would take Rorscach to the ASPCA to help pick out a puppy for him.

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  40. I'm also gonna vote for "potentially gay camping fantasy". But that's okay. Shine on, you crazy gay comic book fan (who's into short hairy guys).

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