Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Dial H for Haute Couture

The power is back at my house, after eight long, cold, dark days. Whoo hoo!

This costume.... and this "Q" on my chest. Who am I?

You can give me your own guesses, but I'm going with Questionable Fashion Sense Man!

You know I love you all, dear readers, but it's finding phrases like "It's time for some quick hand work" that make blogging worthwhile.

Don't think it's dirty? Turn to the person closest to you right now, even if it's a total stranger, and say "Don't you think it's time for some quick hand work?" See what that gets you.

At long last, photographic proof that George W. Bush did indeed report for military duty in his younger days.


Anonymous said...

Haha, great post. I really like your take on comics, where is the man with the Q from?

Captain Infinity said...

The Q stands for "Quiet Plea for Help."

Michael Jones said...

All this time, I've been writing "Woo hoo" without the "h". Of course, I've been wrong. Thanks, Adam, for setting me straight.
Oh, and how about, "Quixotic Man"?

Adam Barnett said...

this guy actually came from the original run of "Dial H for Hero" from the House of Mystery. He was Quake-Master, and he was so lame that a villain named Daffy was too much for him and Robby Reed had to change into a hero called the Squid to get out of the jam.

Wow... the 60's were awesome.

Anonymous said...

Good to hear you are back to modern living. :)

Got more good news for yah, you are up next for one of my famous interviews over at angryseafood.com.

Not to worry, it's a couple weeks away :)

Sea-of-Green said...

Yay, the grid is working for you again! :-) Hope it hasn't been taking too long to thaw out your house -- and your family!

Quake ... Master ...?

AND, is that Superboy getting hit by a tank? Geez, that kid was an awful klutz.

SallyP said...

He not only can't SEE, he can't HEAR either! Which actually is true, I can't hear either when I take my glasses off.

My dear, SOAK up that electricity!

Jeremy Rizza said...

Looks like Quake-Master has the power of super-delirium tremens!

Anonymous said...

I’m pretty sure the Q stands for: Questionable Metaphor Man