Gotham City Bun Toons YAY!

I’m Bunny-Man, punks.

It’s Thanksgiving weekend in the States, so statistically, no one is reading this. But I don’t Bun Toon for the readers, I do it for the man in my head who WON’T STOP YELLING AT ME!

Full confession:  This was a lovely idea Dan Slott suggested we try back while we were doing Batman Adventures together.  But since Dan and I are each doing a version of Spider-Man at the moment  (Dan writes Amazing, I do  Ulitimate  Adventures), it ain’t going to happen anywhere but here.  No one ever gets to hear about the Red Hood either, after what…almost ten years now?

So, ten years delayed gag from the Slott/ Templeton Batman Adventures Team.

Happy belated American Thanksgiving everyone.  Now, go buy Christmas gifts, you economic engines, you.

Oh, and see you all at INDUSTRY NIGHT and the ONE DAY CONVENTION tomorrow.  SEE HERE for details.

Ty the Guy OUT!

Here now, your BONUS “Batman is frightened of the light” MOMENT.

Because this death trap has to be generating thirty or forty watts of pure power.


For last week’s equally daytime-related comedy, click above.

For an archive or previous Bun Toon, going back years, click the Bunny.

4 responses to “Gotham City Bun Toons YAY!

  1. Some days, I suspect Jim plays along to have an occasional shared joke with Bruce on the newer police officers. Other days, it’s this scenario playing out. Because Jim was never an idiot.

  2. At least with Batman around, he provides a significant economic incentive on his own, requiring so many more trash cans to be purchased and placed throughout Gotham that is…


    Steven Willis

  3. Paul the Curmudgeon

    “Special reflectors” – Batman’s trouble here is surely psychological. His ego defence, arising in response to his childhood trauma, requires him to fuse his identity with a bat to such a degree that he ‘acts out’ blindness in the face of these very unimpressive lights. (And he models this behaviour for the impressionable Robin, perpetuating the neurosis). It’s a textbook case of burying the true self underneath a constructed false self, beautifullly explained in Alice Miller’s classic The Drama of the Gifted Child.
    Was great seeing you at Industry Night! P

  4. Oh, I heard Ty. I heard >:)

    …but you were there for that…

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