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Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Sometimes They Write Their Own Punchlines

From The Savage She-Hulk #14, featuring the Man-Wolf, a magician with no hands, and a shocking revelation from Hellcat:

Don't worry, Patsy. I get those same feelings when I think about She-Hulk.


Blogger Brandon Bragg said...

That Lambert guy's just brimming with good advice.

*insert bad pun/"Highlander" joke here*

9/05/2006 11:29 PM

Blogger Unknown said...

a magician with no hands

How did he 'wave his magic wand' then?

And did Patsy have a red cape at some point in her career as Hellcat?

9/06/2006 12:42 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

No, that's just part of the bizarre storyline- I think the cape was some magic portal to wherever the StarGod was or something. David Kraft's stories on Savage She-Hulk were... bizarre, to say the least.

9/06/2006 12:52 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

a magician with no hands ... How did he 'wave his magic wand' then?

I think that question answers itself, nimbus!

9/06/2006 1:22 PM

Blogger jonni said...

There is nothing, NOTHING that I can add to this...

9/06/2006 1:40 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hellcat used to own the "shadowcloak" of Devil Slayer back in the Original Defenders series.

It would allow it's wearer to access pocket-dimensions (to store weapons) or teleport (thru it's fabric to other places).

But, that was orange.

Uh... aliens planted that useless knowledge in my brain.

I swear.



9/06/2006 3:46 PM

Blogger Mark W. Hale said...


9/06/2006 7:38 PM

Blogger Unknown said...

Hellcat used to own the "shadowcloak" of Devil Slayer...
But, that was orange.

Seriously? A shadowcloak that was orange?!? Not, say, black or dark grey or something similar?

I assume the colourist liked bright colours.

9/07/2006 4:56 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey...it was the '70's.

EVERYTHING was friggin' Orange!

(Or Brown. And all clothing was made of flannel or polyester...or corduroy)

Gah! I hated the 70's.

Only kids who were never alive back then would think it was "fashionable".

So DevilSlayer and Hellcat (who's yellow costume ALWAYS seemed, to me, to be a skanky sweaty gym-suit. You know... with the inner thigh area worn away a little bit) were running around with an ORANGE polyester shadowcloak.

Ugh...1970's fashion, gym clothes and Hellcat's skanky outfit.
I need to go wash those memories from my brain.


9/07/2006 11:04 AM


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