Friday, February 20, 2009

Adventures in Buckskinin' Friday!

More from World's Finest v1 #28:


Yes, I've got a secret weapon for today's ball game! It's a little something I call anabolic steroids!
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Do you know why most heroes don't have sidekicks today?


Because kids today aren't nearly as stupid:


You can tell by the expression on Speedy's face that Green Arrow didn't bother running this plan past him at all. Just remember to duck when you hear the rifle shot, boy!
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Yes, it's that old Indian rope trick of shooting at passing flying aircraft with an arrow that has a rope attached to it! It's an ancient practice the Native Americans use all the time!

And is it just me, or is Oliver guiding that guy's head towards his crotch with his right hand? Is it just me? I hope so.
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You know, I understand trying to get an audience and everything, but this is silly:


Yeah, I don't think that I'm going to be referring to Tomahawk and Dan as "Batman and Robin in Buckskin." For starters, I didn't think their stories were nearly as entertaining and it sounds too much like a cut-rate line of condoms. Good try, though.

See you Monday!

7 comments:

Sea_of_Green said...

Tomahawk aside, I'm not sure Robin's "solo action" is something they should be advertising!

Darius Whiteplume said...

@ Sea_of_Green - you beat me to the punch. I thought I was looking at my NSFW blogroll for a second there :-)

Adam, you are killing me. These posts are hilarious!

De said...

Now we know why Speedy became a heroin junkie.

The one letter wonder said...

I think if there were more teenaged sidekick like back in the day. We wouldn't have as much of a problem with childhood obesity. Although, if Speedy is any indication we would proabably have a much bigger drug problem.

SallyP said...

I look at these, and no longer wonder why both Dick and Roy are so messed up.

Anonymous said...

Eh, if we went back to letting kids smoke, they'd slim down again soon enough. As would we all. Yay.

-- cleome45

Jack Norris said...

Now you've got me thinking of GA as Joe Pesci in "Casino."