Most ridiculous comic panels of all time?
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23 hours ago, Chaykin Stevens said:

 

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His weapon is extremely versatile...

Codpiece utilizes a power-suit with a massive groin-cannon. The suit itself was bullet proof and the groin cannon had the following tools/weapons: 

Blaster Cannon - An explosive cannon blast capable of breaking through concrete walls. 

Boxing Glove - A cartoon-style gag weapon. 

Rocket Launcher - A powerful rocket launcher that could launch multiple rockets at a time all with highly destructive capabilities. 

Scissors - A giant pair of scissors that could cut through bandages. They were not tested on other materials. 

Claws - A giant set of claws that could grab/throw things. 

Drill - A precision drill that was used to break into the bank vault. 

Sonic Emitter - An ultra-sonic emitter that released highly concentrated sound waves. 

 

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2 minutes ago, Ken Aldred said:

 

His weapon is extremely versatile...

 

Codpiece utilizes a power-suit with a massive groin-cannon. The suit itself was bullet proof and the groin cannon had the following tools/weapons: 

Blaster Cannon - An explosive cannon blast capable of breaking through concrete walls. 

Boxing Glove - A cartoon-style gag weapon. 

Rocket Launcher - A powerful rocket launcher that could launch multiple rockets at a time all with highly destructive capabilities. 

Scissors - A giant pair of scissors that could cut through bandages. They were not tested on other materials. 

Claws - A giant set of claws that could grab/throw things. 

Drill - A precision drill that was used to break into the bank vault. 

Sonic Emitter - An ultra-sonic emitter that released highly concentrated sound waves. 

 

 

Cool! Cause with guys it usually only about the one thing!

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surreptitiously ?

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20 minutes ago, Senormac said:

surreptitiously ?

I’m impressed.

If anti-comicbook snobs criticise the intelligence of readers of this material, one can point out the use of articulate, polysyllabic words in stories reaching even as far back as the early Golden Age.

Edited by Ken Aldred

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8 hours ago, Comicopolis said:

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Lois surreptitiously begins the little known "reverse me too" movement of the late 1930s.

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8 minutes ago, gadzukes said:
8 hours ago, Comicopolis said:

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Lois surreptitiously begins the little known "reverse me too" movement of the late 1930s.

Is this a Bill Cosby reference ? 

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14 minutes ago, Senormac said:

Is this a Bill Cosby reference ? 

Possibly the only time in history when Bill Cosby & Lois Lane were referenced together.

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9 hours ago, gadzukes said:

Bad art.... bad story concept....bad execution....worst name ever for a superhero.

 

Don't forget the brilliant costume design.

I do like the inventive idea of a hand that can directly translate a radio signal containing Morse Code. 

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13 hours ago, gadzukes said:

Everyone remembers Vapo-Man, right?  Here's a really dumb sequence of panels.

Bad art.... bad story concept....bad execution....worst name ever for a superhero.

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How could it miss?

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The costume looks a bit tight in certain areas. Could've done with some unstable molecules.

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23 minutes ago, Comicopolis said:

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Been done DC

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