Comic panels that weren't ment to be what they ended up as
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9 minutes ago, 01TheDude said:

true story-- they got the idea for Three Men and a Baby from this comic book.

Didn't know that.  Thanks!

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5 minutes ago, pemart1966 said:

Didn't know that.  Thanks!

It was based on a French Film "Three Men and A Cradle" (English language translation)., by Coline Serreau:gossip:.

But I think she read the comic.

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9 minutes ago, Mr.Mcknowitall said:

It was based on a French Film "Three Men and A Cradle" (English language translation)., by Coline Serreau:gossip:.

But I think she read the comic.

Yup. I was about to make a "Sacre bleu, and all this time I thought it was just an American remake of a French film!" comment.

I couldn't find an acute accent substitution on my laptop. Apologies.

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1 minute ago, Ken Aldred said:

Yup. I was about to make a "Sacre bleu, and all this time I thought it was just an American remake of a French film!" comment.

I couldn't find an acute accent substitution on my laptop. Apologies.

lol Please confirm or deny if she read the comic (in English, please). Correct Credits are important. 

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1 minute ago, Mr.Mcknowitall said:

lol Please confirm or deny if she read the comic (in English, please). Correct Credits are important. 

+1

I've no idea, but I'm certainly very intrigued now.

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32 minutes ago, Mr.Mcknowitall said:

That explains why it was such a horrible movie. I always wondered how somebody came up with that dufus --script.

Three mules for sister Sarah-now that was a good one.

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10 minutes ago, kav said:

Three mules for sister Sarah-now that was a good one.

Yes, but you have to admit, she was a very attractive woman in her day.

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10 minutes ago, wolverine180 said:

Wow. He is like a hefty Sherlock Holmes 

He went on a diet in Detective 83. He lost a lot of weight in the space of 13 pages.

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You and me both!

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2 hours ago, 01TheDude said:

true story-- they got the idea for Three Men and a Baby from this comic book.

That's honestly what I thought you were describing when I read it lol

I had to go back and look ha.

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2 hours ago, wolverine180 said:

Wow. He is like a hefty Sherlock Holmes 

He slimmed down considerably

 

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34 minutes ago, kav said:

He slimmed down considerably

 

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Looks like there's still either a dislocated leg, pelvis, or an early attempt at a gluteal implant. A poor trade-off.

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3 minutes ago, Ken Aldred said:

Looks like there's still either a dislocated leg, pelvis, or an early attempt at a gluteal implant. A poor trade-off.

I'm trying to be as medically accurate as possible this can only be explained by a full dislocation and superior positioning of the left femur and would usually not be accompanied with smiling.

Edited by kav

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7 minutes ago, kav said:

I'm trying to be as medically accurate as possible this can only be explained by a full dislocation and superior positioning of the left femur and would usually not be accompanied with smiling.

Yup. Likely rather painful.

He should've kept the blubber instead.

Edited by Ken Aldred

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3 minutes ago, Ken Aldred said:

Yup. Likely rather painful.

He should've kept the blubber instead.

Looks like he is trying to send out the vibe lol

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Robin seems to be saying check out dat a--

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On 5/18/2018 at 2:19 PM, Larryw7 said:

That was a retcon. Originally Alfred became Batman's butler as an adult, after Bruce was already Batman.

Ahh, thanks. I knew Alfred looked different in his older appearances, but didn't know he wasn't originally around until Bruce was already Batman.

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Surprised no one has posted this one yet.

 

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