When I was reading through the second installment of Bob Kanigher’s Bat-Witch Saga last week, I came across this little gem…
…and if ever there was a panel that cried out for digital manipulation, that is it.
I mean, really: He might well be ordering his best friend and said friend’s famous ancestor to fight each other to the death for his own amusement, but can even that be the source of such intense mania? I think not.
No, I think that crazed gleam in his eye can only come from the anticipation of the Daily Planet’s Thursday lunch menu:
Of course, Mark Hale thinks the Man of Steel’s just psyched about passing a message of safety to The Kids:
What do you think, readers?
Ah, user-generated content. The lazy blogger’s truest friend.
In addition to the ones posted in the comments section, I always get a few of these in email, and then immediately forget about them. But not this time! Here’s what you guys had to offer:
Aaron Rushton brings some new shit to light with these two:
Filthy McMonkey violates the ISB’s standing “No Star Wars” Rule:
Jim “Flashback” Shelley offers up this trio: