The 90s were a funny time for all media outlets, including comic books. Marvel Comics made a Swimsuit Mini Series where a few of their characters visited different locations on trips/vacations. The series involved many different artists with their interpretations of what those individual characters would be in a relaxing watery environment. I want them to do another version of this. It could be epic!
Some are practical but others are just totally out there. Who thought it would be ok for Nomad (pictured above) in a string bikini with his baby ‘Bucky’ looking up at his package. You can’t make this stuff up.
Luckily the other art don’t involve anything like that, but a few are still a bit out there in wackiness. I’m pretty sure that Doom above brought that blow up doll to Wakanda for him and Kingpin to share. Anyways though, as you can see, the artists did not just focus on females and many males were shown in this comic book mini series and they are just as sexually objectified as their females counterparts. Here’s a few of them that I enjoyed from the series.
It is comic book day! Not only do we get to see a shadowy outline of Bruce Wayne’s dick in Batman: Damned #1, which apparently has some people upset, but we also get to see Bruce’s OTHER Dick (Grayson) get shot in Batman #55. Batman’s dick is barely noticeable in the shadows, but it is enough to get many geeks, gay and straight a like talking about it. Awesome week to be a geek but bad news for…
I moved recently and I finally set up my new Post Office Box. I still have access to my old box, so it will be checked periodically in the next couple of months. Thanks to those that have written letters and/or sent past items to that box. If anyone is interested, my new PO Box is listed below.
P.O. Box 1354
Havertown, PA 19083-9998
Ever wonder what some of our favorite horror characters of the modern age would look like if they were in a barbaric world? What if they were 5.5 inch scale and had muscular toned bodies similar to the 1980’s Masters of the Universe toyline? Well, Funko made figures with this concept in mind with their Savage World Horror figures series! Featured in this toy video review is Pinhead, Freddy…