Breaking News Bun Toons! YAY!

This just in...

This just in…

I wasn’t here last week to clear this up, but I’ve finally pushed my way back onto the internet to tell you all what you think.

Whew.

Broken batgirl toys

For those of us who survived it, the 90s was a time when everyone we admired as heroes were getting raped, maimed, wounded, destroyed, murdered, raped and murdered, and more….all in service of making fantasy super-heroes more “realistic”, the greatest oxymoron in fiction.  We’ve still got echoes of that nowadays, what with DC’s  chopping off the arms of beloved characters, or Marvel killing off of their flagship heroes…but there’s a sense of none of it being permanent lately.  We all KNOW, Wolverine will be back, and Alfred’s missing hand won’t last past the next continuity reboot.

For some reason, though…the atrocities done to female characters left more permanent marks.  Black Canary’s sexual abuse at the hands of Mike Grell created physical and emotional scars that lasted for decades.  Batgirl’s physical and sexual abuse at the hands of Alan Moore and later, the DC editorial staff, landed her in a wheelchair for a generation (while Batman’s trip to a wheelchair lasted a year and has never been mentioned since).

There’s a new crop of fans who weren’t there during the comic character holocaust, and don’t want to know about it.   Especially the female fans, who don’t, as a rule, enjoy the breaking of toys the way we boys often do.

These fans have spoken.   And I’m on their side…

Let’s glue the good toys back together and never discuss this stuff again, shall we?

PS:  I hope I don’t have to explain the difference between editing and censorship on this subject.  I’ve heard a few morons getting confused about that….

Ty the Guy OUT

The ultimate Broken Toys comic book.

The ultimate Broken Toys comic book.  I’m happy to see the misfits smiling.

But does this make you happy to see this  happen to Green Lantern?  (I shouldn’t give the editors at DC any ideas….they have a thing about severed limbs.)

How-to-Fix-a-Broken-Superhero-without-glue

—————————————————————————————————

For the last new Bun Toon from two weeks ago, click here.

For the last new Bun Toon from two weeks ago, click here.

For last week's re-run Bun Toon, click here

For last week’s re-run Bun Toon, click here

For the Bun Toon archive, click here

For the Bun Toon archive, click here

LAST WEEK on the ‘net: March 16 – March 22 2015

MONDAY MARCH 16

Sayonara Wade! Your New Look at DEADPOOL NUMBER 250 – the Death of Deadpool! from TMSM GEEK

REVIEW VF – BATMAN : LES NOUVELLES AVENTURES TOME 1 from DC PLANET

Este es el ultimo capitulo de Deadpool en el preview de Deadpool #250 aka #45 from CYBERBOX

TUESDAY MARCH 17

TORONTO COMICS:  VOLUME 2 from KICKSTARTER/Steven Andrews

Quem é Howard The Duck? from THE POP UP AND AWAY

WEDNESDAY MARCH 18

Hey, Look! Comics! (3/18/15) from THE COMIC AGE

The Comic Book Men Comic Book Pull List: March 18, 2015 from amc blog/COMIC BOOK MEN

THURSDAY MARCH 19

Captain Comics: ‘Orphan Black,’ others made smooth trip from TV to books from THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

FRIDAY MARCH 20

SATURDAY MARCH 21

SUNDAY MARCH 22

**

Ty Cannot Come to the Bun Toon Today!

If only I had the time to draw this well today...

If only I had the time to draw this well today…

With all the comic book tsuris that happened this week (Batgirl covers and all), I had lots to say in bunny form, but alas, my opinions are restricted to my mouth today, as I am attending a Comic Convention in Toronto, and am out of the house by 8.30 this morning.

Sheesh!

logo-trans

I’m having a great time (except for the lack of sleep) so come on down and say “hi”, and if I’m functioning and awake, I’ll do you a sketch, and mouth off about something pithy.

miracle man 2015

Yesterday I did this Miracle Man for a fan…literally HOURS after re-reading the 16 issue “Original Writer” reprints from Marvel earlier in the day. Talk about timing….

But if I’m muttering and snarly, I need sleep and might be about to pass away from exhaustion.  Then it’s best to ask for THIS character, as I can see her anyway…

Another Friday sketch from Toronto.

Another Friday sketch from Toronto.

Ah, I’m kidding.  I’m still happiest drawing Batman.  I know what he looks like without reference.

Ty the Guy OUT!

san diego memories websize

LAST WEEK on the ‘net: March 9 – March 15 2015

MONDAY MARCH 9

LONG-RUNNING WEBCOMIC LOOKING FOR GROUP’S FIRST ISSUE NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER from THE OUTHOUSERS

Als der dunkle Ritter noch nicht so düster war Batman 66 (Teil 1) from ZAUBERSPIEGEL ONLINE

DC Premium 89: Batman ´66 Bd.2 (Jeff Parker, Tom Peyer, Ted Naifeh u.a.) from Litera Topia

THURSDAY MARCH 12

Deadpool #45 Preview: First Look At The Death of Deadpool from COMICBOOK.com

FRIDAY MARCH 13

Death of Deadpool preview from DEN OF GEEK

dpdeathpage5

Deadpool #250 Preview – The Death of Deadpool from VIXEN VARSITY

Comic Preview: Deadpool #45 (Death of Deadpool) from The Lazy Geeks

COMIC PREVIEW: The DEATH of DEADPOOL Begins on DEADPOOL #45 from COMIC PLANET CULTURE FOR LIFE

Death Of Deadpool Happens In Deadpool #250 This April [Preview] from iDigital Times

DEADPOOL Bi-Annual Review (Wired UK) from PAULSCHEER.com

**

Celebrate Good Times Come On! YAY!

Love Long and Perspire

Love Long and Perspire

Oh my lack of god, there’s been a lot of my favourite people dying this last two weeks….  Writer Terry Pratchett,  Simpsons Co-Creator Sam Simon, Golden Age DC artist Irwin Hasen,  and of course, two of the giants of Star Trek:  Harve Bennett and Leonard Nimoy.

Enough feeling bad about this.

we grokked spock websize

I’m not kidding.  If you’re reading this on Saturday afternoon, come on down to the TRANZAC CLUB at 292 Brunswick Avenue, just south of Danforth, west of Spadina.

It’s ten bucks at the door (two Spock Fives!)

spock five

and the proceeds go to the Lung Association of Canada.

I promise an evening of illogic and joy.

Ty the Guy OUT!

———————————————————————————————–

Because Marvel eventually used every syllable in naming their various monsters…

grok the monster

…that purple monkey fellow up there is named “Grok”.  He’s in the Marvel Wiki.

‘Nuff Said.

—————————————————————————————————

For my tribute to Leonard Nimoy Bun Toon (from two weeks ago) click here.

For my tribute to Leonard Nimoy Bun Toon (from two weeks ago) click here.

For last week's non-Star Trek Bun Toon, click here

For last week’s non-Star Trek Bun Toon, click here

For The Bun Toon Archive, click here

For The Bun Toon Archive, click here

LAST WEEK on the ‘net: March 2 – March 8 2015

MONDAY MARCH 2

This weekend there was a tiny local comic con…. from The Rogues Kick Ass

Barnes & Noble Bookseller’s Picks for March from TOR.COM

BATNOVEDADES ECC EDICIONES ABRIL 2015 from GOTHAM CITY INFORMER

TUESDAY MARCH 3

Great shoot last night interviewing Ty Templeton from ARTS & REC PRODUCTIONS

tumblr_nkn69gwhEd1r4etljo1_1280

WEDNESDAY MARCH 4

Eobard was also part of from touch of grey 37

FRIDAY MARCH 6

OFFICIAL RETRO THEMED AFTER PARTY SET FOR TORONTO COMICON ON SATURDAY MARCH 21 from SOMETHING TO MUSE ABOUT

 SATURDAY MARCH 7

DEMON IN THE SKY:  BATMAN & ROBIN ADVENTURES #25 from DC COMICS ANIMATED UNIVERSE

SUNDAY MARCH 8

Batman : les nouvelles aventures tome 1 from COMICS PLACE.net

**

YEEEHaaw! Bun Toons! YAY!

Get along little Bunnies.

Get along little Bunnies.

I’m happy to hear that Marvel is going back to the Western genre with the “Sheriff Steve Rogers” mini-series in a couple of months.  I’m looking forward to it.

But if Marvel is planning on a Weird Western storyline, they should use the REAL characters from American history of the period.   For instance, who can forget these…

Famous Western Mystics

In my youth, I met a very old man claiming to be the Two Ball Kid, but it turned out to be disappointing for different reasons.

Ty the Guy OUT!

—————————————————————————————————

Marvel Kirby Western Comics are the single greatest genre in the English Language.

Seriously.

Behold…

Who needs a noon-time railway train filled with owlhoots when there's Giant Monsters in Midnight Valley?

Who needs a noon-time railway train filled with owlhoots when there’s Giant Monsters in Midnight Valley?

The story behind this issue's cover is actually odder than you think it's going to be.

The story behind this issue’s cover is actually odder than you think it’s going to be.

(I draw these Bun Toons while watching AMC’s All Western programming on Saturday mornings.  It was only a matter of time before I did something along these lines.)

———————————————————————————————

For last week's illogically sad Bun Toon, click here.

For last week’s illogically sad Bun Toon, click here.

For the Bun Toon Archive, click here.

For the Bun Toon Archive, click here.