Love is in the air, and some of it is on the carpet.
Today is Valentine’s Day! It’s also my youngest daughter’s birthday! So it’s all about love, today, people. And as someone who has been around the block a few times and lived a life of experience and knowledge, I have insights worth sharing. (The block was in Metropolis, by the way, and the experience was all in monthly instalments.)
Now that’s solved everyone’s love life.
Ty the Guy OUT!
Of course, that’s not the ONLY thing that comic books have taught me about love. Here’s a BUN TOON from a while back explaining what comics have taught me about the science of slap and tickle…
That “Ty” signature in the heart shape has been the subject of SO MANY lawsuits between me and the Beanie Baby people. Don’t make me relive it…
For last week’s Bun Toon all about the Star Wars, click here.
For Bun Toons from the past click here. HOLY COW! I’VE UPDATED THE ARCHIVE?!? Yes.
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Love Bunnies Rule
It’s Valentine’s Day in just a few days. Time to stuff your significant other with chocolates, just enough to make her feel too fat to want to make sweet love to you. The ritual has always confused me. Thank god we have comic books to sort it all out for us.
Ah, NOW it makes sense. Happy smooching everybody!
Ty the Guy OUT!
Here now, you Romance Comic Moment of the Day:
Just a shot of penicillin, please, I have a date in an hour.
It’s not at all timely any more…but here’s last week’s bun toon link: Click the image to be transported to a magical, distant time in history BEFORE the Packers won…
This Lost Marvel March Madness stuff is really too much to put up all at once, or even over the space of one little week, so I might have to post TWICE today, just to get half of the Spider-Man pieces out.
But to start today… Valentine’s Day–a day of love and affection and tension that nearly disrupts a young marriage. (I should have put these up two weeks ago ON Valentine’s Day, but that’s my daughter’s birthday, and we spend Valentine’s Day differently around here.)
Anyway…this set of Valentine’s Day cards (loosely based on the look of the Spider-Man animated series of the day, though in truth, it’s a little more Batman Animated than it should have been) were to be the first colour job for my wife for Mighty Marvel. She’s got a great eye for colour, and as I’m a control freak (this comes up later in the story) Continue reading