Thursday, September 27, 2007

Green Arrow Thursday!


I realize Roy isn't a MENSA candidate these days, but it turns out he was pretty whacked-out years before he started shooting smack. What kind of flare, if it malfunctions, makes statues look like Green Arrow? Unless he's admitting he has a Green Arrow fixation, which I'm not even going to get into here.
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Millions of uses for an arrow that sprays oil? I've come up with oil-spraying, and that's about it.

Okay, I'm finished. I leave the other 999,999 to you.
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Hey, Sonny! No one likes a kiss-ass!

(Except, apparently, Green Arrow.)

8 comments:

Michael Jones said...

I'm not even certain how the "Oil Spilling Arrow" would stop a helicopter, let alone come up with other uses, a lube job perhaps?
Why doesn't he use the "Mind-Reading Arrow" more often? I call "Shenanigans" on that one.
Does the phrase "release simultaneous shafts" make anyone else uncomfortable??

tracer bullet said...

Mind. Reading. Arrow? That there is some fragernockin' bullshit, is what that is.

Chris C said...

An archer as a superhero always baffled me. How does someone with such a limited mode of attack fend off the bad guys?

Siskoid said...

The oil spreading arrow can supplement a tasty vinegrette.

Only 999,998 to go!

mwb said...

Whoa. Mind Reading Arrow such a great weapon and GA would be totally immune to it too, so it can't be used against him.

FoldedSoup said...

You know what *really* would come in handy?

Mind-wipe arrow.

Jus' sayin'...

SallyP said...

I suppose that you could use the oil-spraying arrow to free up rusty hinges or something. Or make a salad. Or fry up some tortillas.

Bet Ollie wished he still had that arrow on his wedding night! Then Dinah couldn't have gotten a grip on the one she stuck through his neck.

Anonymous said...

"I never thought we'd use them to stop a crook"

...okay...

Uh, aren't all their arrows essentially intended to stop crooks? If not, why waste valuable quiver space?

-E. Bernhard Warg