Girls and boys, this week at The Line it is Drawn, we remember the honored tradition of Superdickery: having Superman apparently do something awful to his loved ones in the cover of a comic book, something that would be justified in the inside story.
I don't really know how this one would be justified, but there you go.
Full gallery here, including a great jam piece by Xum and several of us Liners:
This week in The Line It is Drawn, Superheroes in reality shows. And no, I hadn't even heard, let alone see, 70% of these. But I guess the wifeswap with Supes' and Spidey's family would go something like this...
Girls and boys, after missing due to deadlines (and greatly lamenting it) the Valentine week, this time the theme is Superheroes gone bad. Someone suggested Spider-Man exes as the New Sinister Six, and I just went along with the gag. And yes, pretty much all the dialogue is taken from Amazing Spider-Man 33.