April 29, 2012

To his friend...

Seriously, what's with that?

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  1. Then Batman would say "Yeah? Well what's with that mustache?"

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    1. That mustache that makes him look old, no matter if he's 50 or 30.

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  2. Right before he gets punched in the face.

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  3. The remote control antennae for his batmobile are in there.

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    1. Stupid Bat-Trivia: In Denny O'Neil's "Threat of the Two Headed Coin!" (Batman #258, October '74) we learn the left ear can be snapped off to release a thermal flare capable of burning through chains.

      ...Which is exactly what I want to carry on my head, especially when I'm taking blows to the skull all the time.

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    2. Well, once you take one too many blows to the head, it starts to sound like a good idea!

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  4. I know this is mildly off-topic... but has anyone seen Holy Musical B@man!? (You can search for it on YouTube if you haven't, because you should!) -But I think their version of Commissioner Gordon is the MOST AWESOME version ever committed to film!!! "Water-shots! -Straight from the faucet, my favorite pastime!!!"
    I will never be able to look at him, or The Green Lantern, ever again without thinking of how they were in this musical.

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  5. There once was a man quite dead set
    On using ears for a headset.
    When Gordon asked why
    He gave the reply
    "It's so crooks crap at my sillhouette."

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    1. ♪ Ay, yi, yi yi ♪
      ♪ In China they never eat chili ♪

      ...obscure?

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  6. if i had to really overthink i'd assume the ears were antenna as well. that or for your stabbing your enemy by gutting them open like a charging rhino.

    and all cops have mustaches. so i would be more awkward if gordon DIDN'T have one.

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  7. And Batman replied, "The wings just weren't working out..."

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  8. Awesome.. Nice enjoyable one and great time to be here.

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