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Stripping for Young People

It occurs to me that if I really want young people to change their damned ways I need to find a more effective means of getting my message out. A blog – while undoubtedly current and extremely hep – contains words, and words are a barrier to communicating with young people.

So I’ve decided to try a more “accessible” format.

Damned comic books.

My hope is that I can work to educate young people by hiding moral lessons in among illustrations of unnaturally large-breasted women, alien monsters and men in form-fitting trousers.

My first effort:

don of thunder v6

For those with a decent sense of patriotisim:

captain america

For the moodier, more sullen young person:

donman and york boyv4

And, finally, something more lighthearted for the wee ones:

walt donny

I plan to begin working on my youtube video and Myspace page immediately.

100 Comments leave one →
  1. York Mills permalink
    12:05 am

    Hi Don,

    My lawyer tells me it’s illegal to use my image in that comic book of yours without my consent – which you never asked for. Apparently you’ve violated my privacy. Oh, and I gather your depiction of me has disparaged my “intelligence, language skills and heterosexuality.” My lawyer says I may get your house – and Hattie.

    See you in court.

    P.S. Just kidding!

    Hee hee…

    • 5:36 pm

      Thanks York,

      You obviously haven’t read those documents I had you sign when I last visited. In addition to having you put your John Hancock to a couple of cheques, I also had you sign a couple of legal forms. Not only do I know have the ability to make the “pull the plug” decision, I have oversight of your financial matters and control over the use of your likeness.

      And I keep telling you – you’re condo security guard is not a lawyer.

      All the best,

      Brother Don

      • yellowroses610 permalink
        12:04 am

        Wow you are as slick as I am with your family. ^__^ I approve of your Shennigans.

        • 12:11 am

          Thank you Rose.

          Nice to see you back. Hope you’re well.

          Don

          • yellowroses610 permalink
            12:41 am

            I am more or less well. I found out the reason I was always sick is because my body can not properly absorb carbohydrates or cane sugar, and they cause my blood sugar to sky rocket dangerously and then plummet, which explains the dizziness vomiting and intense stomach cramps. Thus no more bread pasta, potatoes or sweets. And only occasionally rice.

            Nice to see you Mister mills. May I call you Don?

  2. TharpSter permalink
    1:26 am

    Do you have anything that portrays you fighting the Droopy-Britches Brigade?

    • 5:37 pm

      Many thanks TharpSter and welcome,

      Nothing to date but I will undoubtedly be facing them and the “miscreant muffintops” sometime in the near future.

      All the best,

      Don

  3. 1:35 am

    Mr Mills

    Hmmmmm…where to begin. Oh, thats good attack comic books. Yes you have sufficiently ruffled my feathers this time. Nothing wrong with comic books, they are how I and many people in very good standing with their communities learn to read. So you think making fun of names like Stan Lee and characters like Bruce Wayne is the way to go. The stupid kids today dont read much less read comic books. Your time would be better off spent making fun of the damn stupid I Phones and the even stupider X Box things. As well read as you sound you could not even tell me how the Batman comic got started or the basis for Capt America…Mr Mills stick to what you know Shuffleboard and reruns of Ozzie and Harriet…upset and besides my self respectfully Zman

    • 5:47 pm

      Holy Underpants Batman!

      My goodness Zman, that’s quite an extreme reaction to a fairly tame post. It’s funny, though, because I damn near labelled the angry beast at the bottom right of the first comic “the furious Zman.” Turns out I wouldn’t have been far off.

      I never said there was anything wrong with comic books. I used to read them all the time. Granted, the ones today are largely pornography, bad language, graphic violence and stupidity but the classics will always have a warm place in my heart.

      And I don’t know that I was making fun of Stan Lee or Bruce Wayne. I was trying to make fun of young people…it’s what I do.

      Regardless, you may be right. I don’t know if the young people read comics anymore so perhaps I should stick to the cell phones and Xboxes. I wonder if there is anyway to develop a “crabby old man” app for apple? It could cut into your phone calls after a minute and tell you to shut the hell up and find a job.

      Anyway, nice to see you riled up again, Zman, even if I’m not sure what I did to invoke your considerable ire.

      Always the underdog,

      Don

  4. Debbi permalink
    2:40 am

    You’ve truly outdone yourself, Don. But why stop at comic books? Go for graphic novels, while you’re at it. I hear they’re very big now, because they’re mostly pictures with hardly any words at all. And they even get adapted into movies (like Sin City–probably one you missed).

    I can just picture you and York on the big screen now. But who would play you, Don? Someone old (obviously) and distinguished (even more obviously), who can do cranky and cantankerous well. I’m thinking . . . mmm . . . Sean Connery?

    • 5:57 pm

      Many thanks Debbi,

      The graphic novel is a damned fine suggestion. I’ll look into that one as well. As young Zman points out above, there may not be much of a market for morally-charged, educational comic strips anymore.

      A film would be even better. Now that they are in color and have sound I understand they reach a fairly broad audience. I don’t know who I’d want to play me but for York – this lad would be a nice choice. http://www.celebutopia.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/dom.jpg

      Just not sure if Dom Deluise is still alive.

      All the best,

      Don

  5. 4:17 am

    I think you have just the right amount of moxie to go toe to toe with Teenacula, Mr. Mills, and win.

  6. 4:43 am

    Mr. Mills – such an artist! Who knew?
    My personal favourite – DonMan and York-Boy.
    I’ll look forward to the next edition!!

    Great post as always.

    RLP

  7. sensico permalink
    4:48 am

    The second one is undoubtedly the best. But, I don’t think most young people still read comics. Most of them are now geeks that are already well behaved cause of their inability to take risks. You need to create a video game based on the comic, then you’d be able to reach the people that need your wisdom most.

    • 6:01 pm

      Thanks Senisco,

      I’d be careful about the geek comments. You’re likely to face the wrath of Zman with inflammatory language like that.

      I’d be happy to move to an x-box but unfortunately it’s hard to fine 80 year old video game developers. They all seem to be damned young people. A conspiracy of some sort I am sure.

      Lovely to see you. I hope all is well.

      Don

    • yellowroses610 permalink
      12:23 am

      Hey I am a nerd and I take risks! My room is a make shift room where half of the walls are book shelves with classic works and manga, along with generous amount of historical and psychological texts.

      My self of movies is organized by Genre then Alphabetized and I have a drawer of comic books.
      Rawr! Feel my Wrath!

  8. 5:08 am

    Really excellent work here, Don. Worthy of a Smithsonian wing. If they’d do it, I’d actually go visit.

    Those Marxists and their tweets. Nothing like a revolution at the speed of 140 characters at a time. They said the revolution would be televised but apparently, “they” were wrong. It will all be @teenangst following @unemployed following the re-tweet of @section8 all following @ducksoup.

    Soon it will be over. Nothing will be left but blonde mutes, cigars butts and Italian stereotypes. They’ll plant a flag at the local Hot Topic and declare it the new nation of “Freedonia.”

    Fucking teens and their black & white films.

    • 6:13 pm

      Many thanks CLT,

      You paint an unsettling picture CLT. Damned unsettling but, I suspect, largely accurate.

      Time to lock up the rye.

      Don

  9. downcastmysoul permalink
    5:52 am

    The third comic with bat don and yorkbin is the best…and they get to fight the evil Assclown!!! Maybe all yorkbin can say is “tee hee” as he fights crime and evil Young People.

    • 6:14 pm

      Thank you downcastmysoul,

      I think York-Boy is deserving of a slightly larger vocabulary. In addition to “tee hee” I was also planning to include “hee hee”, “ha ha” and “titter titter.” I thought it gave him additional emotional range.

      All the best,

      Don

  10. 8:13 am

    WOWSERS MR MILLS! Those look so wonderful! You look like a great man in our country, the Prime Minister Kevin Rudd!

    You’re both wonderful men! so great!

    Im not much of a comic book reader, but i understand that they’re wonderful! So congratulations!

    Bob

    • 6:18 pm

      Many thanks young Bob,

      I’m afraid I’m not familiar with your Mr. Rudd but like most decent Americans I tend to ignore global political leaders unless the pose some sort of sinister threat. But, if you say he’s a decent man I have no doubt that it’s true.

      Nice of you to visit, Bob. Always good to hear from you.

      Don

      • 10:28 am

        Its always lovely to come back and listen to you talk. Well, read your words!

        And Mr Rudd is a great man as are you!

        Bob

  11. Lily Fossil permalink
    8:16 am

    My Dear “Don – of – Thunder”,

    You have done it again! Well done. Words are indeed a barrier to communicating with young people. In fact they are not only a barrier I suspect they are completely lost on them.

    No doubt your comics will be a huge success providing they contain lots of onomatopoeic whooshes, grrrrs, sheeesh, mehs, dohs, blehs, lols and wOOts.

    Can I apply for the position of Lois (Lily the Locutionist) or some such femme fatale in the pursuit of the whoring teens?

    Best,

    Lily Fossil

    • 7:38 pm

      Look, up in the sky. It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Lily Fossil!

      I’d be delighted to add Lily the Locutionist to the team of superheroes dedicated to fighting crimes against humanity and the young people that perpetrate them. All we need now is a decent and age-appropriate “Fabulous Four” type name. Any thoughts?

      And thank you as well for the suggestion on the use of onomatopoeia. My first draft was woefully short of wOOts but I’ll be sure to include more in the next version.

      Warm regards,

      Don

      • Lily Fossil permalink
        2:08 am

        what about

        The Flatulent Five

        or

        MC Don and the Moral Crusaders vs The Curse of the Assclowns ?

        • 1:01 am

          Both Good Lily…

          Perhaps the “Octogenarian Eight”….there could be some kind of octopus logo involved.

          Don

  12. Danica permalink
    10:35 am

    Brilliant ideas. That’ll definitely get to the young people.

  13. 11:25 am

    Dearest Don,

    While comics would no doubt have worked for our generation, I’m not sure they’re appropriate for today’s teens.

    So I’m suggesting that you and York form a band. This way you can reach out and touch teens at malls and parking lots everywhere. Perhaps:

    Don and the Recliners
    Led DeSoto
    Plaid 5
    Pink Pepto

    Good luck, Don.
    p.s. Who knew you’d look so hot in spandex?

    • downcastmysoul permalink
      7:02 pm

      Would it be a Metal band? Would it? Would it?

    • 10:00 pm

      My sincere thanks Sweats Model,

      The general consensus seems to be that comic books may an outdated a mode of communication so I suppose I may have to consider an alternative plan. I’m not sure that a band is the best idea, however. While I imagine that York would like nothing better than to prance around a strage shaking his considerable and considerably aged “booty” I can’t help but feel that it would be undignified and end up undermining my entire message of “self-restraint, self-respect and self-reliance.”

      I will give it some thought however. Do you know if young people still enjoy barbershop? There might be some possibilities there.

      Many thanks

      Don

  14. David permalink
    12:25 pm

    I can hardly wait to get my copy of the one where you take on teenacula but, confidentially Don, I recommend that you not follow the advice of Sweats Model about reaching out and touching kids at the mall – parents and police tend to take a dim view of that.

    Besides, they might give you cooties and that just wouldn’t look good – an old coot with cooties. They would heckle you to death at the Veterans of Foreign Wars lodge.

    Cheers

    • 10:07 pm

      Many thanks David,

      I appreciate the kind words. I’ll be sure to get you the full version of the Teenacula comic very, very soon. I almost have it finished but am having some trouble with the drawing of me driving a stake through the heart of the entire cast of Disney’s Highschool Musical III.

      I appreciate the advice too David and plan to take it. You’ve got a good head on your shoulders.

      All the best,

      Don

  15. 1:38 pm

    Gosh, Mr. Mills, these are swell and I’m buying one for my little brother as soon as I can. He needs it.

    But my parents don’t allow me to read comic books – they say they’re not appropriate for girls.

    Do you think you can make me a lunch pail? I know all my girlfriends would want one too.

    • downcastmysoul permalink
      7:03 pm

      Hawt! I want Don to guard my sammich! Back in the day my mother packed some odd ones, I’d have to upgrade my lunch.

    • 10:37 pm

      Many thanks Pamela,

      I’ll give the lunch box idea some consideration but I’m on a fixed income and have already spent over $7 on damned coloured markers and decent paper stock and I’m not sure I’m prepared to invest much further.

      Your parents sound like smart, decent folks Pamela. I wouldn’t have expected anything less.

      All the best,

      Don

    • Hydrangea permalink
      2:42 am

      Well, now, I just bet your parents would let you have a comic book if it were like Archie and Betty and Veronica. Those were some halfway decent young folks, as I recall.

      Say, Mr. Mills, what do you think about that? You could have some role model young folks in a comic book.

  16. sledpress permalink
    1:43 pm

    Don — I’ll help you get pumped up for the illustrations. My specialty, after all, extra indulgence if I can come along on an ass-kickin’ expedition in one of them.

    • 10:38 pm

      Thank you kindly Sledpress.

      There’s always room for one more on the ass-kicking expedition. (And especially for one with your considerable skills).

      All we need is a damned bat-cave or local legion hall where we can scheme.

      Best regards,

      Don

  17. 1:56 pm

    Don,

    This post is nothing short of brilliant. But I have to be honest, I’m feeling a little “weirded out” (for lack of a more senior-friendly term) right now.

    Although I still think of you as a Grandfatherly (but older) type figure, I couldn’t take my eyes off the “Gun Show” that you’ve got going on there. Seriously, that knit cardigan of yours has been concealing pipes that would make Carrot Top look like a has-been!

    You know, when we first met I recognized you from somewhere, and now I think I know why- http://www.news.com.au/common/imagedata/0,,6172718,00.jpg

    Anyway, I would comment further but I think I need to go take a forget-me-now pill and have a little nap.

    Your loyal (yet currently somewhat ill-at-ease)fan,

    Bschooled

    • 10:49 pm

      Many thanks Bschooled,

      Sorry if the illustrations made you a little uncomfortable but if I was going to make “Donman” accessible to the damned young people I had to induldge in some slight exaggeration. I’m actually not that tall.

      All the best, bschooled.

      Your friend,

      Don

    • David permalink
      11:32 pm

      Based on that link shared by bschooled, I fear someone was distracted by the word “Stripping” in the title and went off on an awkward tangent.

  18. jammer5 permalink
    2:20 pm

    I been thinking about that myself for quite some time. Captain Spandex is one guy I’d love to emulate. Wouldn’t have to put up with those damn zippers. The Invisible Bean Guy is another. Imagine the speed at which those punk teens would leave front lawns when meeting this master of methane. If him and Green Cloud got together, we could wipe out bad manners, never to see them return again. Besides, we would be keeping American workers employed with all the Depends we’d use.

    BTW, your artwork is worthy of some really cool prizes. Unfortunately, I’m broke.

    • 10:54 pm

      Many thanks Jammer,

      Wonderful ideas. Send the Invisible Bean Guy my way – I’d like to overseed my lawn soon and something tells me he’d do a better job of detering damned young people than my tried and true method of sitting on the porch and yelling at them.

      And thanks for the comment about the artwork. I don’t need prizes. I just want some damned peace and quiet.

      All the best

      Don

  19. 11:04 pm

    What is it with you and tights? Do you have a small penis and hope that the tights will somehow make your one eyed sea monster seem larger? Do you simply love the soft, shimmering feel of satin on your nether regions? Did the Mrs leave behind a box from her holiday wardrobe and you just feel compelled to get some use out of them?

    Look, Don. Just embrace your feelings. You already wear that tranny sweater everyday so why not throw on some pumps and go the whole 9 yards. I will still respect you.

    • 12:28 am

      Many thanks Tannerleah,

      The continuation of your respect is no small matter to me so I’m grateful that you would be understanding if I were to begin dressing in my late wife’s clothes.

      You raise an important subject lad. I admit that I am somewhat of a dinosaur and that my views may be somewhat arcane but I’ve no problem with alternative lifestyles. I don’t care what people do in their bedrooms or who they do it with – I just don’t want it rammed down my throat. (I likely could have phrased that better but you get the gist).

      Anyway – I don’t need to embrace any damned feelings. I had feelings for my wife and I buried them with her.

      Now, I have to wonder why you keep lashing out at me lad? And why you keep bringing sexuality into this? Could it be that perhaps I’m not the one that needs to consider embracing some feelings? (I don’t want to scare you off, son. You’re safe here…really). You wouldn’t be the first aging playboy to discover that there was another side to himself.

      I’m not saying it’s for sure, son. I’m just saying you should look within. I feel some struggle in you, boy, and I want you to know I’m here to help. (Well, actually, I’d prefer not to get involved but there are people you can call, I’m sure.)

      All the best. I forgive your harsh words, lad, because I sense the pain that causes you to use them.

      God bless,

      Don

      p.s. I believe I understand now why you were so keen for that ass-kicking.

    • yellowroses610 permalink
      12:30 am

      Show Don and the super heros who wear tights some respect you snide martini drinking bastard. Robinhood wore tights and he was damn manly, living in the woods, shooting people with arrows ands stealing from the unjust government.

      Also, look at Batman. How could claim he is unmanly for wearing tights. He drops out of the shadows, drop kicks people six ways till sunday wile shooting off one liners and throwing awsome things from his utility belt.

      And really commenting on some one’s Penis size, that’s low. Are you compensating for something?

      • 12:56 am

        Ye-ha!

      • 11:50 am

        Don, really…sending Mother Mills (aka yellowroses) after me? I would expect more from you.

        As to the size of my package, I think I have a little bit of Asian in me so it’s not really my fault. Of course, I am also an occasional black man so you can see I have quite a conflict in my pants. Thanks for asking.

        • yellowroses610 permalink
          6:55 pm

          I did that my self, heh no one sends me I act of my own acord. You were being a bit of a Dick and I had a bad day so I snapped.

          • yellowroses610 permalink
            1:20 am

            Also my last name is Budd,and if you laugh you lose a testical.

  20. yellowroses610 permalink
    12:32 am

    Holy Drunken Debauchery and misspent Nights in the big city, Don-man

    I return from my Vacation with my eldest brother. We wandered around the Three River’s City. Much of this time was spent drinking rum and reclining in a Hookah bar with belly dancer who can pick up tips with her feet. I also woke up with a Tattoo on my back and apparently drunk dialed WindMystsong claiming to be Bat-man when she accused me of being drunk.

    All in all we had a grand weekend and enjoyed each other’s company, s
    Scoping out places to get pricings when I return around Christmas.

    As for more respectable activities I did read six Hundred pages of Les Miserable and help elderly folks recover things they dropped, held doors out for them E.ct.

    Your comic book style plan is most ingenious, Mister Mills. Is there any chance I could have a Cameo where I am a masked Vigilante who vandalizes Street signs to correct their grammar? Or perhaps I attack people with ill fitting trousers.

    I already have a super hero name. I would be “The insomniac”, because I rarely sleep and often walk about at night.

    • Mystsong permalink
      2:23 am

      You WERE drunk. And you really did say “I’m not drunk, I’m Batman.” It was quite amusing.

      Moving on to the topic at hand, I have to admit a glaring lack of knowledge where classic superheros and comics are concerned. I’ve never even seen the modern movie adaptations.

      However, should you need a getaway car, technogeekery or a safehouse from the slavering hordes, You know where to find me.

      • yellowroses610 permalink
        3:41 am

        ….Did I go on a rant about Star wars and the newer movies?

    • Lily Fossil permalink
      2:52 am

      Dear Rose,

      With all due respect, I don’t think you’re the right person for the job of correcting anyone’s grammar.

      Lily Fossil

    • 1:06 am

      Many thanks Rose.

      While I’m sure the Insomniac would make an excellent addition, I’m concerned that you might be a tad too youthful to join the Octogenarian Eight. (Even the second bananas, boy wonders and willing henchmen generally need to be in their late 50’s early 60’s.)

      Having said that, it might be handy to have someone who can stay up after 9 p.m., has all their teeth and is willing to address the whole “ill-fitting trouser” issue.

      Consider yourself in.

      All the best

      Don

      • yellowroses610 permalink
        1:19 am

        I am most pleased, I will start to make a costume. I figure a skirt and some form of shirt. Maybe a cape.

  21. 4:07 am

    holy hilarity, donman!! very impressive, but i already thought your were super! 🙂

    • 1:08 am

      Many thanks Nonnie,

      That’s very, very kind of you to say. Always a pleasure to have you stop by.

      All the best,

      Don

  22. 8:16 am

    Wow you look a lot sexier in tights than I would have imagined.

    • Lily Fossil permalink
      8:30 am

      “Tights” ? Here in Australia, we call them “budgie smugglers” (Australian slang term for men’s tight-fitting Speedo-style swimwear. The ‘lump in the front’ apparently resembles the concealment of a budgerigar, when it is stuffed down the front)

      • yellowroses610 permalink
        6:32 pm

        In the States we call them tights. There is the same name for the men’s versions and what little girls where to dance class.

        I need to get some tights.

        • yellowroses610 permalink
          6:32 pm

          *wear

          Please forgive me , my glasses are scratched.

      • 7:01 pm

        Why ever would someone stuff a budgie down there? Of all the body parts you don’t want near anything with a beak…

    • 1:09 am

      Nursemyra!

      Frankly, I’m shocked that you might have been imagining me in tights in the first place.

      For shame.

      Don

  23. 8:45 am

    Dear Mr Mills,

    I needed a laugh and I found one here at Chez Crabby Old Fart.

    Can the Incredibly Pathetic Crying Lady have a cameo in one of those? I hear she works for wine.

    Yours,

    The NDM

    • 1:14 am

      Many thanks NDM,

      Funny. I put up an ad looking for a teenager to bust some stumps and I hear nothing but crickets…but I mention some crime fighting comics and the damned superheroes come out of the woodwork!

      Absolutely, NDM, there will always be room for Incredibly Pathetic Crying Lady. I can just imagine the havoc she could reap on the damned young people.

      Lovely of you to visit.

      Don

  24. 4:05 pm

    Well, I have to admit, if I was your target audience, you’d have my full attention!

  25. 11:44 pm

    Dear Don,

    I think this idea is brilliant. A Super Hero is exactly what today’s kids. Who is the gifted artist responsible for these illustrations? He deserves a maximum contract, as they say in the world of sports.
    And not that I was asked, but in my humble opinion, the US flag smudged across your masculine chest fits your overall disposition the most.

    To fighting Fascists – wherever they are,
    Frankelstache

    • 1:20 am

      Many thanks young Frankelstache,

      I’m grateful for the kind words and for your thoughtful review of the symbollic power of the artwork.

      To fighting Fascists indeed, lad! Whereever they may be.

      Your friend,

      Don

  26. 2:21 am

    Hey Don,

    Great blog. I am a huge fan, though it is so cool here in Kansas we don’t need a fan, at all. Ha!

    My teenage daughter just made a post on my blog with no help from me. She was setting up a network option for my aged posters. I don’t understand what she is saying, can you help me?

    http://iggydonnelly.wordpress.com/2009/08/31/prairie-populists-on-youtube/

    This is a sincere request.

    • 9:02 pm

      Many thanks Iggydonnelly,

      I’m sorry, lad, but I had a look and I’m not sure I really understand either. It’s intriguing though, and I’m curious to find out more. When I have some time I’ll try to take a closer look and see if I can work my way through it.

      Sounds like you have a very bright lass there.

      All the best and thanks for visiting. Iggy Donnelly is a damn fine name. I knew some Donnelly boys when I was a lad. Tough little buggers, but decent lads all the same.

      Best regards,

      Don

  27. 3:05 am

    Well Don, you have certainly set the bar even higher. Impressive artistic sense sir. I think that the world is ready for a geriatric super hero…why not you?? Well-played sir.

    • 9:03 pm

      Thank you kindly Mr. Fundamental Jelly.

      Why not me indeed! Thanks for visiting, lad.

      All the best

      Don

  28. paper doll permalink
    4:55 am

    Love the comics Don! LOL!! I think it does help to get your message across! …OMG, I had that Thor one when a child…I remember when they were 12cents. Jack Kirby was KING!

    • 9:04 pm

      Thank you paper doll,

      Always nice to have you stop in. I’m glad you enjoyed the comics. Hopefully they can help to spread the word.

      Regards,

      Don

    • 12:15 am

      I had a soft spot for Darkseid and the Female Furies (DC annexed them from Kirby…)

  29. 6:23 am

    Works of art, IMHO, both the comics and the blog.

    KUTGW

    • 9:06 pm

      Many thanks Dave.

      You keep stumping me with these damned abbreviations….IMHO I’ve figured out but KUTGW?

      Sounds like the name of the radio station I interned at back in the early 40s.

      All the best,

      Don

  30. Lily Fossil permalink
    9:47 am

    NEWSFLASH

    Mon Aug 31, 7:06 pm ET
    LOS ANGELES – The Walt Disney Co. is punching its way into the universe of superheroes and their male fans with a deal announced Monday to acquire Marvel Entertainment Inc. for $4 billion, bringing characters such as Iron Man and Spider-Man into the family of Mickey Mouse and “Toy Story.”

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090831/ap_on_bi_ge/us_disney_marvel_entertainment

    Donald, you better get in quick and do a deal with Disney!!

    • 11:35 pm

      Many thanks for the update Lily but there’s now way in Hell I’d have any dealings with those damned Disney people.

      Anyone responsible for Hannah Montana and Highschool Musical I, II and God damned III should be avoided at all costs.

      All the best,

      Don

  31. 4:39 pm

    Is it my imagination; or is that renowned eejit, York, wearing a bra on the header of the ‘Defective Comics’ front page?

    Such depravity!

    • 11:36 pm

      Thanks Nobbly,

      Not sure if it’s a bra or a pair of misplaced athletic cups but either way you’re right. Depravity.

      The boy’s not well.

      Nice of you to visit,

      Don

  32. 7:54 pm

    Mr Mills

    I dont know if you can afford 4 billion for the company. Maybe you can borrow it from Ms Fossil. Congratulations Mr Mills your blog is in fact the

    2009 Zeus Gazette Blog of the Year

    I posted an award for you…thanks for entertaing us ….zman sends

  33. 1:18 am

    Gee Mr. Mills…

    The spandex – it’s not a bad look for you.

    M.L.

  34. Lynn permalink
    1:52 am

    i’m glad i wandered over here tonight…..i always know it will be entertaining when i do. these comic books are great…i really liked the last one but they are all spectacular don! i gotta agree with words never said..spandex shows off your sexiness! guest i’m comment number 100. whoo-hoo!

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