November 25, 2011

Said the most hassled dad in the world...

I wish we did.

16 comments:

  1. Wouldn't that be more of the Penguin's m.o.?

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  2. The Long Halloween is about as close as I fear this poor soul will find. Or give him the Sandman's earlier volumes and he'll forget what he wanted by the end of the first book.

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  3. When no one was looking, Lex Luthor took forty cakes.
    He took 40 cakes.
    That's as many as four tens.
    And that's terrible.

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  4. Captain Salamander11/25/2011 10:51 AM

    I love this guy.

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  5. Haven't there been a few JSA Thanksgiving comics?

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  6. @Matt Maybray

    Yes, two. One is a book and the other is in a TPB. Both have the JLA in too, it is cool.

    I am surprised there are not more Thanksgiving stories in, all US TV shows I watch have at least one episode for it...

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  7. @Anon 10:08

    It kinda depends on which Penguin you're talking about, the deformed sewer-dwelling psychopath from the 1992 movie or the more classic Penguin, Oswald Cobblepot who is rotund and long-nosed, but sociable, upper-class who's called "the Penguin" mostly for his taste in clothes.
    I much prefer classic Penguin.

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  8. How about that comic where the Joker poisoned all the turkeys and 200 children went insane and raped their parents to death before committing gory suicides? That's a holiday story that EVERY child should read.

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  9. His heavy-lidded eyes and the five o'clock shadow really complete this one. Such a simple request. All the guy wants after a long day is a good old fashioned caper to unwind with.

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  10. I'd buy the shit outta that comic!!

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  11. @Dr. Legume, wasn't that one of Frank Miller's stories?

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  12. Should have given him a copy of "The Killing Joke" and told him the turkey is at the end.

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  13. Fuck you, those cakes were mine. Look out for the turkey sequel.

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  14. There was the one where Joker steals a kid's homework just because no one will believe him.

    Close enough.

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  15. Sounds like something that might have happened in the 1950s comics.

    Failing that, tell him about Batman, Turkey!

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  16. Nah, it should be Two-Face, and he should spend all his time arguing with himself over whether it gets cooked in the roaster or fried.

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