Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Reader Interaction Time

I'm going to ignore the horrible dialog today, and the fact that New York City appears in a fog bank. Instead, I'm going to focus on the Vulture's loot, and the fact that he has somehow affixed it to himself. How the heck is he doing this? Anyone?

8 comments:

Paul Arrand Rodgers said...

Too many of the explanations running through my head have to do with an alternate meaning for "sticky webbing."

And where in the hell is Spiderman's camera?

Mike P said...

It's mysteriously off-screen taking perfectly serviceable pictures it couldn't possibly shoot. Like it always is.

Tweeks_Coffee said...

Oh c'mon, Mike, that's an easy one.

Duct tape, it holds the world together! So holding a sack of jewels to some half-wit crook dressed as a bird shouldn't be a big deal.

dlauthor said...

Vultures have prehensile wangs. Proven fact.

Day three of Spidey riding the upswing. Gravity continues to take a holiday.

Eric B. said...

In the absence of tape he's employing isometrics.

Tim said...

magnets, gotta be magnets...

I hate what it says about me that I remember this, but I think the Vulture's flying powers have something to do with magnets...

skeltometer said...

I concur with the magnet hypothesis. The vulture's flying rig is magnetic in nature according to the previous text and/or awesome dialog.

Reggie White Jr. said...

How many brain cells did I kill from reading that horrid dialog?