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Ohhhhhhhh. I was about to comment on what they were doing with the odd choice of backgrounds, using the aged-newspaper look. That’s what was kicking in two pages back, in the bottom-right corner. That’s the stuff with the odd temporal properties having an effect.
Can’t believe it took me this long to realize that the reason for the Golden Age look, is that it was “retro” virus.
Heh, yeah. Took me a moment, too.
This reminds me of an episode of “Bonkers!”, where he caught a Toon disease called “literalitis”, which made him manifest everything metaphorical or allegorical around him as literal reality.
I feel like I should carry around a yellow box on a stick and talk to it like a live streaming video feed watched by millions while I describe the ridiculous actions of those around me as if the yellow box was a viewer.
Dodo suddenly makes me really uncomfortable.
You have to remember; everyone’s gaydar broke in the early 60’s, and it took until the late 80’s to get the repairman out to take a look at it. I’m all for people being as FABULOUS as they want to be, but somehow, the naive obliviousness of it all makes me wince.
Holy Molly! A queer case indeed.
Let’s hope they don’t pull a boner trying to solve things!
I’m sure they’ll stay completely gay about it.
Ah yes, the inappropriately dressed prepubescent “sidekick.”
For what it’s worth, the actor who played Dick Grayson was 21, at the beginning of the TV series. But yeah, I think the character was supposed to be 14 or 15. Not exactly prepubescent, but way too young to be hanging around an older bachelor in those pants briefs.
I think Dick Grayson, the boy wonder was eight when he started.
Hmm, I just did some Google searches, when you mentioned this. Yeah, I thought that was just Tim Drake. Seems Batman has a bit of a pattern going here, what with Dick Grayson, Jason Todd, and Tim Drake. Eww.
At least the guys in the Ambiguously Gay Duo are both adults. That makes them less creepy than the comic upon which they’re based. Although, I guess those two aren’t really creepy at all, now that I look back upon it. Just endless euphemisms, between two consenting adults.
In All-Star Batman and Robin it’s “Dick Grayson, age 12.”
Well, I … suppose it’s better than him running around with an 8-year old. Those are distinctions that I don’t generally acknowledge, though.
9,000 degrees of fucked up versus 9,500 degrees of fucked up. Either way, you’re screwed.
Oh yes! I do love the Golden Age style look to this!
How this would afect The Narrator himself
*Herself. The Narrator is female.
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