Wouldn't that be more of the Penguin's m.o.?
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.
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.
I love this guy.
Haven't there been a few JSA Thanksgiving comics?
@Matt MaybrayYes, 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...
@Anon 10:08It 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.
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.
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.
I'd buy the shit outta that comic!!
@Dr. Legume, wasn't that one of Frank Miller's stories?
Should have given him a copy of "The Killing Joke" and told him the turkey is at the end.
Fuck you, those cakes were mine. Look out for the turkey sequel.
There was the one where Joker steals a kid's homework just because no one will believe him.Close enough.
Sounds like something that might have happened in the 1950s comics.Failing that, tell him about Batman, Turkey!
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.