Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Just Doing Our Job

M-K.O., tragically, sends her team out once again into the night.

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Monday, January 28, 2008

Friday, January 25, 2008

Vino Vodka Jock

Also an anagram.

Thursday, January 24, 2008


My sister is only half robot.

Dusky Crud Hat

I'm Gonna Blow Your Mind.

First read This Blog Post from the adorable "Sparkle Plenty."

OK then. Think about the following true fact:

"Heath Ledger" is an anagram for "Her Death Gel."

Too soon?

One more time...

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

IN which we exploit the PINK BEAR POPE.

For a period of no less than one week, we will print every picture twice.

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

The People Have A Right To Know!

Recently, there was one of those "hubbubs" that we are able to enjoy now that we have the internet. Apparently, there were some people who were upset, outraged and angered about a billboard in Times Square. Their odd opinion got an intenetly disproportionate amount of attention. You can read about it Here, Here, and Here.

Well, maybe the people have spoken, or maybe it was just scheduled to come down anyway, but the billboard has come down. Here are the exclusive pictures:

Now we can finally feel safe taking our families to mid-town Manhattan.

Monday, January 21, 2008

Friday, January 18, 2008

Special Brave and Bold Cover Gallery

The odd thing is, I started this series bemoaning the lack of great cover dialog anymore, and the Brave and Bold comics of this era, for the most part, had great cover dialog. Below is an actual example:

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Carson Daly Part 5 The End

So, I'm waiting in the autograph line.

The guy two in front of me goes up to Boba Fett. He says "Here's $20 for an autograph." So Boba Fett signs one of the photos he has in front of him and hand it to the guy. Then the guy says "OK, sign this prescription for cancer drugs."

So, Boba Fett says "I can't sign that. I'm not a physician. I'm not even a physician's wife."

The guy says "I gave you $20! Sign that prescription!"

Boba Fett says "I already autographed the photo. See that sign there? It says that you get one photo for $20."

The guy says "I'M GOING TO DIE OF CANCER!" and he rips up the photo, and starts singing "Nothing Compares 2U." Eventually two security guard dressed as Romulans come and carry him off. Which is odd, because on the TV show the Romulans hated Boba Fett.

The next guy goes up to the table and gives Neil Gaiman $35. Neil gives him an autographed copy of the movie "Stardust" in the popular "DVD" format. Then the guy pulls out a stack of old "Brave and Bold" comics from the 70s, and asks Neil to autograph them. Neil says "Great! I love Bob Haney!"

Then the guy says "Neil, can you act out the final episode of the TV show "Babylon 5" for me?"

And Neil says "Do you mean the last regular episode, or the last episode of that other mini-series they did later?"

So the guy just loses it. "You stinky limey teabag! You've betrayed me for the last time! I never should have had your initials tatooed onto my bad parts. I'm getting the pants lawyer and we're going to sue you, sue you so bad you'll wish you had stayed home to watch the second season of "The Wild Wild West" on DVD! And I'm telling my mom!"

At which point, Neil jumped over the table, and helped by Gary Coleman, Krazy-glued the guy's hands to his head. Then two of the demonstration models from the car show in the adjoining convention hall stuffed him in the trunk of a Ford Taurus. A red one.

So with no small amount of trepidation, I approached Carson Daly and asked him to sign my tote bag.

"There's an extra fiver in it for ya!" I said.

He told me he couldn't, because of the writer's strike.

So, to sum up, Carson Daly is dead to me now.


Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Brad Renfro is Dead

He was "The Client" and the "Apt Pupil."

So, that's the whole blog for today.

Oh, and please don't call Carlos on the weekend.


Monday, January 14, 2008

Carson Daly Part 4 (Penultimate)

So I went downtown to the Costco Convention Center, where they were having the Donut Convention. I asked the friendly security guard, as I went through the metal detector (can't be too careful) "Where's the Celebities!" and he pointed me to the Hall for Autographs.

Gary Coleman was there, and Carson Daly! (Yay!) and also Boba Fett and comic book writer Neil Gaiman.


Friday, January 11, 2008

News Break

Carson Daly Part 3

When we left off, I was waxing about the Carson Daly Tote Bag, and how it would be good to have it autographed.

Fortunately, one week the Celebity Donut Convention came to town. You could go downtown to the Montecristo Hotel, enjoy some donuts, see your favorite celebitys, and get their autographs. And I read in the paper, Carson Daly would be there!

To be continued!

Thursday, January 10, 2008

OK. We're Back!

Tomorrow we'll get back to Carson Daly.

Monday, January 07, 2008

That ought to hold 'em...

Here's my younger sister, when she was younger:

We'll see you on Thursday...

Friday, January 04, 2008

Another quick break from hiatus...

It's a Steve McQueen movie:

Regular posting resumes January 10.