September 23, 2011

While discussing BATMAN's shortcomings...

31 comments:

  1. of course! that makes so much sense!

    =|

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  2. Sometimes the answer is simple and elegant.

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  3. Are there any Batman villains who aren't flammable?

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  4. i'm not afraid of idiotic fanboys. besides they're just made of hot pockets, monuntain dew and spite. set 'em on fire, BOOM! next.

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  5. I don't think Killer Croc is particularly flammable. Of course, I'm just guessing, based on the assumption that he's more often than not soaking wet.

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  6. @gsilverfish Mr. Freeze would stand as an excellent counter argument.

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  7. Really, I have to say it? Fine... Scarecrow is a person in a suit, not an actual scarecrow.

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  8. Scarecrow...

    I do not think that word means what you think it does...

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  9. Anyone else thinking of the Wizard of Oz? "If I only had a brain..."

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  10. Of course, this is all well and good until Bats goes up against Firefly!

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  11. Two words - 'nuff said!

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  12. He's confusing Oz with Gotham Underground, although the death of the Oz straw stuffed scarecrow was hardly a tale for children. One night in his post Dorthy wanderings he found himself on a remote country rode as the sun went down and bedded down in an abandoned barn for the night. Sometime in the early morning several donkeys came upon him... all the evidence they found were some gnawed on boots and fragments of a bran brain.

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  13. "How about a little fire, Scarecrow?"
    Eeee hehe hehe!!!!!

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  14. @Pro I was thinking of Mr. Freeze specifically but since he might die if he became even slightly warm, he seemed maybe extra flammable.

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  15. Dammit Anon I was gonna say that.

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  16. He doesn't quite understand Scarecrow, apparently...

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  17. @gsilverfish Firefly. His entire schtick is being a fireproof arsonist.

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  18. I wouldn't be afraid of the Joker. Besides, he's just a playing card. I'd just tear him in two. Boom. Dead. Next.

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  19. "Fire. And lot's of it!"
    "That's your solution to everything!"

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  20. I wouldn't be afraid of catwoman. She just sits at home, knitting, with all her cats.

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  21. I wouldn't be afraid of Poison Ivy. Besides, she's just a plant. I'd just use some ointment. Boom. Dead. Next.

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  22. I wouldn't be afraid of Two-Face. He's just a rare collectable coin. Just sell him to a numismatist. Boom, next.

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  23. I wouldn't be afraid of Firefly. He's just a TV show that Fox canceled prematurely that later got made into a movie. Just wait until the actors move on to other shows and Joss Whedon signs on to the biggest Marvel franchise movie. Boom. Dead. Next.

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  24. I wouldn't be afraid of King Tut. He got buried with a donkey. He's my favorite honkey. Boom. Dead. Next.

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  25. I wouldn´t be afraid of the Penguin. He is just a silly flight incapable bird living in Antarctica. I just topple the ice floe he is sitting on over. Boom. Next.

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  26. I wouldn't be laughing at the Joker. He's just a playing card. There's nothing funny about a playing card, right?
    Oh, wait - in this town, the clowns are NEVER funny...

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  27. "Behold...THE WICKER MAN!"

    "Behold, a working lighter."

    "I surrender."

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  28. Of course you're not afraid of Scarecrow. He hasn't used his fear toxin on you yet. That's what people are scared of. FDR quotes coming to life.

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  29. I wouldn't be afraid of Parallax. It's just a displacement or difference in the apparent position of an object viewed along two different lines of sight, and is measured by the angle or semi-angle of inclination between those two lines.

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  30. Something tell me this gentleman is setting up a strawman

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  31. @Pro:
    Melting is ice's equivalent of flammable.

    @Caitlin:
    Nope, just burning one down.

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