Skip to comments.CARTOON: The Man of Stool
Posted on 06/07/2012 8:04:02 AM PDT by daletoons
Captain America came out against the Tea Party, Green Lantern just came out. The comic book industry is becoming nothing more than another leftist enterprise, poisoning truth, justice and the American way. I hope DC Comics will take the lead in demanding that the government of Metropolis pass legislation to raise the weight capacity of public changing tables.
Superman has got to stop sucking on that kryptonite Binky.
It saddens me to see how leftist comic book heroes have become. As a kid in the sixties and early seventies I was hooked on comics. They were just great stories of badguys trying to destroy earth or the universe. Fun imganation type of stuff. Captain America used to fight Red Skull and all the bad guys from the evil soviet Union. I suppose he doesn’t even fight America’s real enemy, the Islamo Fascists. That would be too un PC...
Wow. Make-believe people with make-believe powers. I can see why the insane homosexuals would like them.
Did you actually do this work, or did you take existing work and modify it? If you did the art, may I suggest you invent a new character, and form your own comic company? You would immediately get a following and you could beat back the leftist bastards currently writing the communism and depravity into the existing Superhero world.
I really enjoyed my comic book collection as a 10-14 yr old. As a parent today I wouldn’t let my kids anywhere near comic books. The faggots appear to have taken over the industry. Either that or they were always there but now think they can be brazen about their faggoticity.
Saw it and really liked the movie. I liked the movie Captain America that came out last year. He was always one of my favorite comic book characters.
Best line of the movie:
“There’s only one God, and they dress nothing like Him. . . “
I caught that one too! Utterly shocked that they would put that reference to the Almighty in a blockbuster movie.
I collected a whole buch of Walt Disney comics published by Gladstone Press some years ago. They are the original art, but are printed and bound in upgraded books on better paper. In view of what has become of the comic book industry, it's the only way to expose children to the joys of Donald, Huey, Dewey, Louie, Uncle Scrooge, Mickey, Goofy, etc. in their original habitat.
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