Monday, July 07, 2008

Human Buzzard

Once again, no promise was made. Mary Jane is being pretty smart here, though, as Spider-Man would probably get killed if he tackled the Vulture in his condition. I do like the term "Human Buzzard" for him, though. You could probably get a whole other villain from that.

8 comments:

Mat said...

So we're back to this again? "I want to fight" "You've got the flu" "But I want to fight."

aramael said...

That "pun" really doesn't work, unless MJ is suggesting that if he fights while he's sick, he's going to be .... pre-recorded. And nobody wants that.

jvwalt said...

If Stan Lee loves this plotline so damn much, why doesn't he drop the flu thing and just give Peter Parker some kind of untreatable chronic wasting disease? Then we can just have the same strip every day: "I've got to fight [insert supervillain here]!" "No, you can't, Peter, you've got to rest!"

No more having to come up with new plots. No more having to try to draw action scenes in the little bitty comics space that newspapers have these days. And MJ's in a nightie every day. What's not to like?

Mike P said...

My goodness. It's four in the morning and this already has three comments. I've probably noticed this before, but my goodness, it's still surprising.

Paul Arrand Rodgers said...

Aunt May will, eventually, be bitten by a radioactive spider. It'll give her superpowers and radiation sickness, so she'll need lots of rest, creamed wheat, and similarly elderly/useless supervilians to fight.

Another huge hit from the house of ideas!

Reggie White Jr. said...

The comic that goes around in circles! Kinda like BND. I really like MJ's face in panel three. Anyone else? =)

Mike P said...

She looks sort of like Morticia Addams.

Paul said...

The real question - why are you up at 4AM?