May 2, 2014

While defending his lady's honor...


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  1. Well THERE'S your problem.

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  2. The line forms to the left, ladies.

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  3. Are you sure you drew this guy correctly, Tim? He wasn't wearing a fedora?

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    1. http://goodmenproject.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/FedoraVsTrilby.jpg

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    2. So is that a "no" on the fedora, then?

      Perhaps the definition of the word fedora is slowly evolving to include trilbys.

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  4. Dan DiDio's target audience ladies and germs.

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  5. At least he didn't try to claim that Catwoman really was his wife...or waifu, as the case may be.

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  6. This valuated customer deserves a golden bust in addition to the cartoon.

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  7. this is gold. i remember having this thought almost daily when i was a kid.

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    1. ha shit... i had the two most recent comics opened in my browser and totally (and most unfortunately) put this comment in the WRONG place. this is not gold. not at all.

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    2. Yeah I remember this comment from the other comic

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  8. When I owned a comic book shop, I had a customer who would come in every time a new Red Sonja comic would ship, and he would announce to everyone in the shop, "I came to pick up.......MY WOMAN!"
    This in itself was creepy enough, but later, when he supposedly got married (which none of us believed, because he also told us he worked for "The Company, you know, in Langley", he told me that when he made love with his wife, he would first have to turn around all his Red Sonja comics to face the other direction, because he felt like he was kind of cheating on her. He never specified whether he was cheating on his wife, or cheating on Red Sonja, and really, I had no interest in asking.

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