October 27 2013, 11pm
Batman Annual #19: “Masters of Fear”, part five.
The finale to our story. Batman tracks down Crane, big fight scene, yadda yadda yadda.
And now, we get to witness Scarecrow’s “violent dancing” in all its stupidly awesome (or would that be awesomely stupid?) glory. Alan Grant was the one who actually invented the idea, but it’s notable that he immediately abandoned it afterwards. Moench, however, picked up the ball and ran like hell with it.
I recall complaining years ago about how Scarecrow and his two neighbors were allowed to wear their costumes while in their cells (you’d think they’d at least take Crane’s mask off!), but then again, it’s Arkham. That’s pretty much all the explanation we need, isn’t it?
And speaking of Arkham and Alan Grant, join us again tomorrow (if I don’t forget) for another, marginally-scarier Halloween treat that combines the two to (hopefully) horrifying effect! Same lego_time, same lego_channel!
(One last note: pretty much all the images in Scarecrow’s entry in Scott Beatty’s Batman: The Ultimate Guide came from this comic. Go figure.)
This is the greatest like omg you’re such a nerd crane
October 25 2013, 12am
New Zealand is the worst with ridiculous puns seriously we can’t help ourselves we have a town called Bulls and everytime we drive through there I just
Oh god, we’re in Bulls…
BULLS JESUS CHRIST
ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME BULLS??
THAT IS A POLICE STATION BULLS CRIME PREVENTION ISN’T A JOKE
FOR FUCKS SAKE BULLS GET OUTTA MA FACE
As much as this town fucking annoys me, it’s understandabull.