Monday, June 18, 2018

Remember when they turned Batman in a walking Pog dispenser?

I do. 

Pepperidge Farms remembers too.

   Just saying......


Friday, June 15, 2018

This really should be a regular feature here.....


      Source: Marvel Two-In-One Annual #1

      There, fixed it....

Hmm, I wonder what other panels I can fix.....

Monday, June 11, 2018

Updates and General Observations.....

Well after a good while of Shlomo telling me how good it was, I finally watched the DC animated movie Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay.

It was really, really good, and well-worth the movie rental.

Lots of twists and turns that actually made sense, some cool cameos, and even a little hint of some sweet, sweet HLA (Hot Lesbian Action) via some quick nipple slips.

                             Thanks for the (all-too brief) show ladies.

What I didn't see coming was the final death(s) at the end, which I won't spoil for anyone who hasn't watched it yet.

Very cool character bits though, with a very satisfying ending that made sense and continued, in a sense, from the last 'Squad animated movie and another one in Flashpoint.

Batman: Gotham By Gaslight was just as solid of a movie, being an adaptation of a popular Elseworld's story set in the late 1800's during the heart of the nightmarish reign of terror by the infamous Jack the Ripper by the creative team of Brian Augustyn and Hellboy creator Mike Mignola, with inks by P. Craig Russell.

Did NOT know who "Jack" was going to turn out to be, thinking it'd be Harvey Dent, but it wasn't, it was *rhymes with Him Blordon*

Don't know why I don't see that one coming, but then I never really read all of the source material or ending, so I was definitely shocked. Especially since they went with a different character being revealed as Jack, and not who they went with in the movie.

Hell of a fighter. Goddamn, what a final fight scene!

I guess "Uncle Jake" Jacob Pecker didn't rate being in the movie.

I wonder if they'll ever adapt the sequel to Gaslight, Master of the World? Hmmm.

Again, all this does is prove my point that when it comes to movies, DC/WB should stick to making animated movies, because that's where they continue to deliver each and every time.

Not so much on the live-action end.

Really, until they make the same effort into crafting their big screen stuff with how well they make their animated films, they'll always be stuck playing catch-up to how well Marvel's doing in that area.

But that's just my opinion, I could be wrong.

Well folks, that app that allows you to sell your shit, Let Go, has finally been very good to yours truly.

I sold pretty much all of singular Superman comics, some old digests, and 100$' worth of figures I needed to get rid of.

Still have more things to sell, like some old 70's black and white horror magazines like Dracula and Morbius, as well as 70's reprints of classic Will Eisner The Spirit stories.

We'll see how long they last.

The issue for me, seems to be seems things tend to sell better than others, and only true collectors understand what certain things are worth.

Also, if you're going to sell something, make sure you're prepared to do a little travelling depending on where you and the potential seller live. Sometimes it's just not worth making a 45-60 minute trip just for the sake of only making your gas money back.

So far, so good, but now it looks like I'm gonna' have to dig deep to make some extra cash this summer.

Did buy a new Marvel Legends figure though last week:

The new Deadpool/X-Force wave Cable figure.

He's mostly new stuff, like the pouches, guns, arms and head. But the bottom half is all from the Nuke figure.

He's damn good, solid figure, who reminds me of those early X-Force comics I used to buy off the spinner rack back in the day.

                                                              Good times. Good times.....

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Had a bit of inspiration yesterday and decided to fuck around and make some custom logos for my WWE 2K18 game.

One of the cooler features of the game this year is that you're encouraged to upload your own custom logos to use on the wrestlers you've created for the game with a site dedicated to doing just that.
It even gives you size options and everything.

Hell, you can even personalize you're very own wrestler by making him look like you if you want, but uploading a picture of your face. Yeah, cool shit right?

With that in mind, I just played with stuff, and wind up creating what I think is a new and soon to be classic Mr. Morbid logo.

Check 'em out:

Simple, but effective.

This is the money one. And probably my new logo for my  various social media accounts.

Fucking around with the clouds filter.

Here's the Vigilante filter for dramatic effect

I call this, Psychodelic.

Red variant

White variant


Like the Coldplay song, it's Yellow.....

Anywoo, you can save these bad boys as regular JPEG's or PNG files and they'll all work. 

And that's me for this month. 
Before I go......

Hope you guys didn't forget that May was National Masturbation Month.

I know I didn't ;) 

And no you can't have any! It's mine, ALL MINE I TELL YOU!!!!!
(It is actually. Custom-made it myself)

Monday, May 28, 2018

"What If....!?"

For this week's newest strip, I was once again inspired by my nephew's Marvel Masher figures, and decided to have some fun and do a little head-swapping of my own. And thus a skit was born.....

I sure don't use the word "Proclivity" enough these days. In fact that's the first time in a looooooonnnnnggggg time since I've ever used it in a sentence.


Wednesday, May 23, 2018

"Get Snakey"

Hey whattaya' know, it's a brand new skit this week.

Enjoy this fun little homage to one of the more recently popular "dances" to come out so far courtesy of  the show Rick and Morty.

The End


Ha, "Skin Condition", goddamn....

And if for some ungodly reason you're not getting the pop culture reference, here's the original, homaged piece:

Speaking of pop culture, and on a very somber note, today is the 19th anniversary of the very public death of pro-wrestler Owen Hart. He died in May 23, 1999 on the WWF: Over the Edge PPV when he fell 60 feet to his death, when the safety harness he was wearing malfunctioned.

He'll never be forgotten, nor the all the years of joy and entertainment he gave fans before that tragic accident.

RIP Owen Hart 

Clown Meat 4 Sale

Hmmmm......... Good question. Does it?