Wow. None of those drawings look like what I think of those characters looking like…
Also, “while I’m still a go, not a goner” is a horrible line. Read it out loud, it doesn’t make sense, because while the letters g and o are part of the word “goner,” the two words need to sound alike for it to work…
He probably meant to say “beau”.
And while Jim Aparo is the definitive Batman artist to me for all his 70s and 80s output and Bill Sienkiewicz was my favourite artist in the early 90s… their collaboration just didn’t work the way i wanted.
Yeah, Aparo and Sienkiewicz were (are) both amazing individually, but their styles didn’t mix at all.
Moenchian Banter ™ was always a joy to behold.
Hey, uh, Mike…I don’t know if you caught this, because it’s kind of subtle, but I think that putting this up there out of context like that might give people an impression of what was going on there that might not have been the original intent.
I mean, don’t mean to step on your toes or anything, but I wasn’t sure if you realized that boner.
Aparo and Sienkiewicz? Whoa.
The next panel shows Cassandra Cain wondering to herself why she didn’t join the Green Arrow family.
Henh, henh… He said boner.
Count me in on being unmoved by the art. An all-star team-up that just doesn’t gel. Can you show us some more?
Is Dorian guest-blogging today?
This is why parents want to keep thier kids away from comics. Do you blame them?
Was Doug Moench the manliest dialoguer in all of comics?
Call them Heroes damn it not exhibitionists.. LOOK AT MY RUBBER NIPPLES!!
Randal – Yes, I realize the obvious joke is the sexual one, but really, I posted it because I just love that dialogue.
The Mutt – Not a bad idea. Check back later in the week.
Yeah, some bad art by people who knew better.
The Sal Buscema/Ernie Chan team up in Spectacular Spider-Man #15 was odd, but not bad.