April 3, 2011

While he and his girlfriend discussed a friend of theirs...

14 comments:

  1. Hahaha!

    That is funny and oddly, it is a good representation of "B list" nature of that comic team.

    Always a good chuckle, MRTIM.

    Kris

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  2. I love the fact that he's talking about joining the teams as if it was a legitamate option.

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  3. So, wait... Stephen is a mutant? Has anyone told Senator Kelly?

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  4. Were I were a superhero, Doom Patrol would be the only team that would have me.

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  5. Stephen King IS an mutant! I mean look at the size of his head!

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  6. It saddens me that grown adults still talk like they're eight years old.

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  7. @Ian Don't be so hard on yourself! You could probably get on the Great Lakes Avengers/Initiative/Champions/X-Men/Whatever too.

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  8. That foolishly foolish fool and his foolhardy ideas about foolish mutant fools.

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  9. @Person Man: Who came up with you?

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  10. Degraded Man4/03/2011 8:27 PM

    @Lee: I DID!

    Does Person Man feel totally worthless, in the same way that Stephen clearly is?

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  11. @first Anonymous @ 10:52: As Jerry Seinfeld said, "When men are growing up, reading about Batman, Spider-Man, Superman, these aren't just kid fantasies. These are career options."

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  12. LULZ! Is that a Mooninite on his t-shirt!

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  13. I hope Stephen disregards his hater-friend and pursues his dream! And Stephen's parents will probably be happy if he gets signed on with the X-men, so they can free up the basement.

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  14. I hope Stephen then stabbed him with the focused totality of his psychic knife.

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