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Funny story: Kim Jong-Un is Selling His Comic Collection on Craigslist

Kim Jong-Un is Selling His Comic Collection on Craigslist

Pyongyang, North Korea Kim Jong-Un, in an effort to raise some fast cash to finance building some bigger and faster rockets, announced that he will be selling his comic book collection on Craigslist and will be giving an extra good deal to anyone who...
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Funny story: Tila Tequila Latest Addition to Graphic Novel Concept

Tila Tequila Latest Addition to Graphic Novel Concept

DT Comics, LTD. has announced that the web "celeb", Miss Tequila will be added to the roster in their latest concept. The concept titled "L.O.S.E.R C.L.I.Q.U.E (League Of Self Entitled Rascal Celebrity Lives Inflicting Qualified Useless Events)" wil...
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Funny story: Green Arrow (and Speedy)

Green Arrow (and Speedy)

Perhaps the pimple-face adolescent boys who moved their lips as they read the simple text and gazed at the colorful (mostly green) drawings didn't suspect, but anyone who'd ever read a story featuring the Caped Crusader and his sidekick, the Boy Wonder, would understand, at once, that the comic book hero Green Arrow and his assistant Speedy were obvious knockoffs of Batman and Robin. While the...
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Funny story: The true story of Marvel Comics' Wolverine

The true story of Marvel Comics' Wolverine

Wolverine was born in Canada. He has no mother; his father, Marvel artist Len Wein, is thought to have created him through masturbation, much as the ancient Greeks created the gods who ruled them. In the comic books, however, Wolverine's origin is attributed to the Canadian government (as if the Canucks' scientists were capable of creating anything akin to sheer damn manliness). Soon after his...
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Funny story: The true origins of Marvel Comic's Human Torch

The true origins of Marvel Comic's Human Torch

Hot-headed teen Johnny Storm rode his future brother-in-law's crotch rocket through what Reed Richards said was a stream of "cosmic rays" but which, in the comic book sequence during which this scene occurs, off-screen, so to speak, in shadows, beneath a full room, amid wine and roses, looks much like gobs of Richards' ejaculate. The experience changed both partners forever, as it did onlookers...
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Funny story: The true story of Marvel Comics' The Punisher

The true story of Marvel Comics' The Punisher

The Punisher, a sadistic sociopath, is the son--some would say, the spawn--of a love tryst between Gene Conway and his wife, John Romita. Taunted mercilessly by his bullying schoolmates because of his dubious parentage, vowed to avenge himself not only upon his tormentors, but also upon society in general. To show that, in his case, the apple, although wormy, had fallen far from the tree, he wo...
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Funny story: The true story of Marvel Comics' The Whizzer

The true story of Marvel Comics' The Whizzer

Transfused with the blood of a mongoose that killed the venomous snake that sought to bite him, Bob Frank, a skinny bedwetter, acquired the ability to store massive quantities of urine, which he used as a weapon to fight supervillains and defend truth, justice, and maidenly virtue. Donning a urine-colored costume, the chest of which was emblazoned with a huge blue "W," to warn evildoers of the con...
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Funny story: The True Story of Marvel Comics' Dr. Doom

The True Story of Marvel Comics' Dr. Doom

Dr. Doom--his very name spells disaster. Not surprisingly, this gray-armored, green-robed, hoodie-clad supervillain remains one of Marvel Comics' most popular bad guys ever--so popular, in fact, that he is often soon retired after appearing, for an issue of two, usually in The Fantastic Four, the comic book that showcased his origin, for fear that he will eclipse the superheroes he fights. Not the...
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Funny story: The True Story of Marvel Comics' Ghost Rider

The True Story of Marvel Comics' Ghost Rider

It was 1972, and Marvel Comics editors, writers, and artists were feeling decidedly uncreative. "We'd run out of ideas at The House of Ideas," Stan Lee recalled at the recent San Diego Comics Convention. "However, Marvel's always been good at ripping off competitors, and, at the time, the trend was to balance out superhero comics with horror themes. We put the two together, and viola! Ghost Rider...
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Funny story: The True Story of Marvel Comics' Mr. Fantastic

The True Story of Marvel Comics' Mr. Fantastic

Before he was Mr. Fantastic, he was Reed Richards, just an ordinary guy without the superpowers he acquired once he transformed himself into Marvel Comics' version--okay, ripoff--of Quality Comics' Plastic Man. Reed was hot for Johnny Storm's older sister, Susan, but she wouldn't give him the time of day because, according to locker room talk, he had not only an undersize, but a miniscule, peni...
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Funny story: The true story of Marvel Comics' Daredevil

The true story of Marvel Comics' Daredevil

Born in 1964, Daredevil, "The Man Without Fear," is the son of Stan Lee and the late Bill Everett, and a half-brother to Everett's son, by parthenogenesis, Prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner. Daredevil also goes by the alias of Matt Murdoch, pretending to be the son of wealthy Rupert Murdoch, owner of Fox News and may other alternative or underground media. Daredevil (aka "Matt Murdoch") is one of M...
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Funny story: The True Story of Marvel Comics' Scarlet Witch

The True Story of Marvel Comics' Scarlet Witch

Born of an incestuous union between The Whizzer (aka The Pisser) and his sister, Miss America, the Scarlet Witch (nee Bitch) became the life partner of her brother Pietro ("Quickie") Maximuff until they divorced in 1965, after which the Witch wed the no-count, ne'er-do-well Vision, a member of The Avengers (or maybe he was the Avengers' member; Marvel's historians disagree on the matter). Her n...
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Funny story: The true story of Marvel Comics' Electro

The true story of Marvel Comics' Electro

Electro (not to be confused with Electra, which ends in "a") is a Marvel Comics character with multiple personalities, sometimes making appearances in Timely Comics and Atlas Comics as well as Marvel Comics. In one of his identities, Matt Dillon, the son of a bean counter and and an over-protective mother who thought her son rather stupid, advising him to seek work as a lineman for an electrical c...
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Funny story: Sophia Vergara, Pam Anderson, Free Boxes of Tissues Featured at Comic-Con

Sophia Vergara, Pam Anderson, Free Boxes of Tissues Featured at Comic-Con

It's time once again for the annual throng of unemployed teenagers, underemployed thirty somethings, and over forty unmarried geeks to don their favorite super hero costumes and celebrate all things related to comic books and fantasy adventure movies...
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Funny story: A Fight Breaks Out At The San Diego Comic Convention Between Frankenstein Fans and Count Dracula Fans

A Fight Breaks Out At The San Diego Comic Convention Between Frankenstein Fans and Count Dracula Fans

SAN DIEGO - Police were called to quell a mini-riot that broke out between the fans of Frankenstein and the fans of Count Dracula at the 2010 San Diego Comic Con. Brenda Valene Chardwater, a spokesperson for the Comic Convention said that it all s...
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Funny story: Dweebs, Geeks, and Virgins Gear Up for Comic Con

Dweebs, Geeks, and Virgins Gear Up for Comic Con

Costume and fabric stores were on high alert this week, as throngs of predominantly male, over 30 nebbishes, rushed to complete their favorite super hero suit in time for the Annual Comic Con International convention in San Diego. With red, electr...
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Funny story: Fabric from planet Krypton 'can stop bullets'; Clark Kent and Dr Shazam aid in tests

Fabric from planet Krypton 'can stop bullets'; Clark Kent and Dr Shazam aid in tests

Fabric from the planet Krypton, home of celebrity crime-fighter Superman, has been shown to literally stop bullets in tests carried out by UK scientists at BAE systems in Bristol. A scrap of the material was provided by reporter Clark Kent, known ass...
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Funny story: Marvel Comics Superheroes Must Submit To Disney Domination

Marvel Comics Superheroes Must Submit To Disney Domination

Since it bought out the new, hot running Marvel Comic Movie Studio that is responsible for such hits as Spiderman, Iron Man and the X Men series, Disney Corporation has begun to institute major changes into the Marvel superheroes to bring them into t...
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New York now belongs to the Polar Circle!

The deep freeze hitting northeast US has forced Google Maps to enter the area into the Polar circle. Eskimos and Polar Bears were seen playing in the snow after deserting their global-warmed homeland!
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