Guys, I had originally planned on being on staycation next week. That isn't going to happen. Silly gainful employment getting in the way of my good times!
Meanwhile, let's enjoy a super-sized post courtesy of Pep Comics #12, which introduced us to the evil Dr. Wang:
I just like that there was a character called "Dr. Wang." Imagine the devices he could have. A "wang rod," a "wang cave," a "wang belt"... the possibilities abound.
They didn't give this guy much of an origin, but it appears that he invented Facebook:
Prepare yourself for my favorite Shield moment since the introduction of Dusty:
For a "Spectacular Boy Detective," Dusty is a little slow on the uptake here.
The story didn't end there, sadly... but in my heart, it totally did.
Strange woman approaches your airplane factory during wartime with a strange helmet on her head, and you let her right in.
Worst. Security Guard. Ever.
This issue introduced a new series called Danny in Wonderland, a story that delights me in that it appears to a very promising source of blog material, and yet...
... the whole thing starts getting kind of sexual...
wait for it... wait for it...
Don't do it, Danny! DON'T GO OUTSIDE!
Now, I know you're thinking I doctored that panel. I did not.
Urgh! That was just disturbing. Let's finish off with some Fun with Out of Context Dialogue! (tm!)
See you Monday!
"Danny in Wonderland" looks like a rip off of Little Nemo in Slumberland, but I guess I should read the whole thing before I judge.
The only thing Danny doesn't lose when his clothes are ripped off are his boots with spurs? Kinky!
Dr. Wang's favorite weapon is the Wang-a-rang.
Yet sadly, the Doctor would not be able to use the alias, "Bruce Wang," lest he give the game away. What a shame.
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