Sunday, January 24, 2010

Nonstop Fun with Out-Of-Context Dialogue (tm!) Tuesday!

And now, courtesy of the immortal Batman #65, I give you a Very Special (tm!) CMNS. The fact that the story is called "A Partner for Batman" only sweetens the deal:





That, my friends, was some Fun with Out of Context Dialogue! See you tomorrow!

9 comments:

Adam DW said...

Poor Wingman, he can never hope to be anything more than a sidekick with that name.

Elrossiter said...

ha ha brilliant stuff! but whats with wingmans freakishly small arm in the third panel down?? as if the homo-erotic pose wasnt enough!

ComicsAllTooReal's Chris said...

It looked perfectly in context for me. Batman dumped Robin for this flamboyant guy, thinking it would be more exciting with a grown up man, but later on, as we all know, Bats realized he was really into kids.

SallyP said...

So...terrible. And yet...so wonderful at the same time.

Zocktastic said...

"They can do things together Batman and Robin could never do!"
"Well, not without going to prison."
"True. But if this was South Carolina, they could wind up in prison anyway."

I kid South Carolina, I kid.

Jack Norris said...

If Wingman ever appears in the movies, he should be played by Neil Patrick Harris.

(Sorry.)

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Matt said...

Of course, I'm sure Wingman turned out to really be Superman in disguise because who cares really?

Anonymous said...

Easily I acquiesce in but I think the brief should have more info then it has.