March 14, 2012

To his dad regarding JUSTICE LEAGUE #6...

20 comments:

  1. Dad is raising this kid right

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  2. That's great to hear - thanks for this one.

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  3. Exactly. For as jaded as we get as we grow older -- kids still can find the cool factor pretty easily.

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  4. at least someone can be excited about the current Justice League. But still, this is really cute.

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  5. Man, Our Valued Customers has been great lately. This one warms my heart :)

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    1. Me too man... me too.

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  6. Hehe, that's pretty adorable.

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  7. I agree with Anonymous #1; this kid is being raised right. Proverbs 22:6 says: Train up a child in the way should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.

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  8. Between this cartoon and the last, I think it's a fairly good argument why comics *should* be for kids.

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  9. Yeah! Another one! It all pays off when someone like this gets a copy. If I was Geoff Johns or Jim Lee, I'd get this one framed.

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  10. This brought a smile to my face.

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  11. I think everyone who loves comics had an experience like this at some point. I still remember mine. I was 6, at Osco Drugs with my mom, and I found a JLA comic that had a race between The Flash and Superman, and it was about the coolest thing I had ever seen. I wonder if I still have that somewhere.

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  12. I love it when you draw kids like this.

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  13. I'm Bruce Wayne, and I endorse this comic.

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  14. You need to do another Kid's Week, these always awesome all over the place. :)

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  15. Coolness abounds in this one.

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  16. FloridaComicEmployee3/15/2012 3:36 PM

    Awesome!

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  17. Bless his enthusiastic little heart!

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  18. Kid got his cherry poped right in the store.

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  19. Ah...
    Childhood, the world is still full of wonders, even a JLA comic book can be the greatest thing ever.
    *Sighs* To be this young and innocent again...

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