Thursday, February 19, 2015

In Which Batman Probably Isn't the Best Choice of Defense Counsel

Hey!  It's Batwoman II piloting a giant flying hand, courtesy of Batman #163:

Ugh.  That would have been totally cool if she had just kept her mouth shut.  You're piloting a giant flying hand!  Why ruin it by talking.  Eeesh.  Shut up, Batwoman! (tm!)

Moving on to the next story, check out this great moment with the Joker:

Wait for it... wait for it...

Wait for it... wait for it...

YEAH!  It's not that I have anything against Robin.  But that's a hilarious visual.  I can just picture him getting sucked into the vacuum cleaner, his little green shoes flailing about.  That's a Moment of Comic Book Greatness (tm!), folks!

And then this happened:

Hmmm... I think Robin is overselling it here.  They may be kind of an eyesore, but I don't see any evidence that they're deadly.  I mean, it's not like I'm going to go on Zillow and look for "Homes with Gigantic Joker  Jack in the Boxes in the Front Yard" or anything.  Is that even a search option on Zillow?  Because it probably should be.

And that led into this:

Okay (A) As an attorney myself, I have had trials where I would swear to you that sort of thing really happened and (B) That was actually quite hilarious on the Joker's part.

Good stuff!  See you tomorrow!


Scipio said...
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Scipio said...

Why is Batwoman talking?

Because she's talking to the hand, like you're supposed to.

The Fastest Centaur Alive said...

There's no thumb! I'm disappointed Batwoman didn't slap an oversized prop with that hand. It would fit with her Bat-purse.

Adam Barnett said...

I swear to you, that hand had a thumb at the beginning of the story.