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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: Comic Books: Literacy for the Illiterate

Comic Books: Literacy for the Illiterate

A comic book is a magazine, rarely a book, printed on cheap newsprint or toilet tissue, which is rarely funny, or "comic," so it should be renamed, but those in the industry are lazy, preferring to draw poorly executed pictures that illustrate barely literate narratives (stories) in bold and fancy fonts. Due to the imbecilic level of their "reader's" intelligence and literacy, these magazines a...

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Funny story: Batman rushes back to Gotham City as Robin arrested for Murder

Batman rushes back to Gotham City as Robin arrested for Murder

The Caped Crusader, alias Batman, has rushed back to Gotham City, after getting a message that Robin, had been arrested for murder. It turned out however that some JOKER had given Batman, the wrong information as the Robin, who was arrested was Robi...

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Funny story: Heath Ledger Murder Rumors Unfounded

Heath Ledger Murder Rumors Unfounded

Heath Ledger was found dead in New York City (sometimes referred to as Gotham). Rumors that this was a murder carried out by Cesar Romero, Jack Nicholson, and Mark Hamill have not been substantiated, according to local police.

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