Unfortunately, this cartoon reminds me of how I acted in the early 60s when my parents tried to tell me about the comics of the Golden Age - I didn't want to hear that the Flash, Green Lantern, Captain America, the Human Torch, etc, existed before I discovered them in their then current incarnations.
Yeah, how dare parents want to relate to their children. Right?
"Hi son. Need money for comics you say. Well...FUCK YOU POSER!!!"
^^ THIS ^^ is absolutely, completely chock-full o' win.
Ah, the youth of today...
What a jackass. I remember raiding my mom & dad's records & 8-tracks when I was a kid. They listened to a lot of good stuff. I still have my dad's original GI Joe as well. Neither one read comics though.
This is the saddest comic I have read all week.
There's a pre-New 52/post-New 52 joke in here somewhere...
I think the comics are not the only ones with Issues here.
This is why I'm so thankful my dad introduced me to comics through his silver age collections. I spent many a weekend reading (under careful supervision) his original runs of x-men, fantastic 4, the avengers and many more. He also had the great foresight to keep his really beat up old DC annuals that I was able to do whatever the hell I wanted with.
Don't make me reach behind the seat with the flyswatter young man!
uhg, I just realized Sleepwalker & Slapstick are old enough to drink.
"White people, please beat your kids." --Russell Peters
YOU TELL EM "BUB"!
oh..i hate my generation so much
I bet there's a fatherless kid out there who would love to trade places with this ungrateful little whelp.
"And the cat's in the cradle and the silver spoonLittle boy blue and the man on the moonWhen you comin' home dad?I don't know when, but we'll get together then sonYou know we'll have a good time then..."