What is it that anytime the police are called to a fast food resturant, it’s always some disturbance about McNuggets?
- 7 months ago
Adaption from cover of A Revelation of the Secret Spirit, Declaring the most concealed secret of Alchymie. Written first in Latin by an unknown author, but explained in Italian, by John Baptista Lambye, lately translated into English by R.N.E. Gentlemen. Printed by John Haviland for Henrie Skelton, and to be sold at his shop a little within All-gate, 1623.
Anonymous, French, 18th century, Le Triomphe de la coquetterie. Etching and engraving, 18th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
- 8 months ago
PARAPHILIA MAGAZINE — KEFAUVER WAS RIGHT
Cover art by: Carl Pfeufer
- 8 months ago
"We tell our children they’re trapped like rats on a doomed, bankrupt, gangster-haunted planet with dwindling resources, with nothing to look forward to but rising sea levels and imminent mass extinctions, then raise a disapproving eyebrow when, in response, they dress in black, cut themselves with razors, starve themselves, gorge themselves, or kill one another."
- 9 months ago
Like any stereotypical weird 60s crime gang, the Sports Spoilers use sports-themes to execute their crimes. During the commission of one involving bicycles, Batgirl’s attempt to thwart them is lost when her headgear goes askew. Batman and Robin save her, naturally. And, Batgirl beats herself up for her own vanity.
Later, the three meet up to bust the rest of the crew, Batgirl’s attentions are focused on her appearance, rather that the battle. During some robbery at a Jai Alai match, Batgirl gets a run in her tights, and stops fighting to tend to it. The entire Sports Spoiler crew halts their fighting to gawk at her fuss over it. Batman and Robin dispatch the crew handily, with Batgirl helping in the clean-up.
Later on, as Barbara Gordon, she’s quite satisfied with how well her plan worked out. —- summary source: DC Comics Database