Monday, March 31, 2008

Need postage? Green Lantern's on the case!

Seems to me that if Hal Jordan really needs a stamp that badly, there must be an easier way to get one than the following approach. (Plus -- Hey, is it just me, or does the power beam that Hal's using as a speech translator look yellow?):

Oh, no! The little old lady doesn't have a stamp! What's a Green Lantern to do?
Apparently, asking someone else for help, or merely going to the post office, is completely out of the question. Hey, any excuse to use that power ring again:

So, Hal's gonna probe someone's mind just to find a lousy postage stamp? Gee, I always get stamps at the local supermarket. Can't say I've ever had this amount of trouble -- or felt the need to probe someone's mind -- just to get a postage stamp.

I'd hate to see what Hal must go through when postage rates go up. Better stock up on "forever" stamps, Hal!

Don't you have some aliens to chase or something?

Thursday, March 27, 2008

No caption necessary

Just look at the drawing, and then read Hal Jordan's thought balloon. That pretty much says it all:

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Who says Hal Jordan isn't creative?

Hal Jordan certainly comes up with some rather unusual ways to deal with bad guys:

"Don't let 'em near your Cosmic Treadmill, Barry -- unless you want to see it violated in ways you never imagined. You also don't wanna see what these guys do with screwdrivers or vacuum cleaners!"

Friday, March 21, 2008

Being a sexy super-hero ain't easy, PART 6

Ever get the feeling that villains pick fights with Hal Jordan just to gawk at his backside?

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Being a sexy super-hero ain't easy, PART 5

There is plenty of evidence that villains have a habit of falling in love with Hal Jordan. However, there's also evidence of people who AREN'T villains falling in love with him as well:

Maybe that's why Tom Kalmaku isn't Hal Jordan's "sidekick" anymore.

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Just WHAT was that alien saying?

In regard to yesterday's posted image ...

... an observation has been made that perhaps Hal Jordan wouldn't appear so horrified if the alien in question was a girl. Ah, but let's look at a translation of just what that alien is saying:

Based on that translation, I'd say Hal has every reason to look horrified!

Monday, March 17, 2008

Happy Saint Patrick's Day!

EVERYONE -- grab your favorite green superhero and give him or her a great big hug!

Hee, hee, hee!

Friday, March 14, 2008

A good way to kill Hal Jordan's evening

"... and, dammit, she's wearing granny panties! Well, that pretty much kills the mood for my evening plans."

Thursday, March 13, 2008

A power ring is a man's best friend

Here we have Hal Jordan (a.k.a. Green Lantern) stuck in jail for one of many times in his history. Obviously, in this case, Hal must have a private cell, and from the look of things, he's putting the privacy and idle time to good use. Maybe this is merely an example of poor hand placement, but it would also appear that Hal's, er, RING hand certainly isn't being, er, idle, either:

Not only that, he's using the power ring to probe the minds of the people around him. Probably looking for dirty pictures to project onto the wall of his cell. Shame, shame, Mr. Jordan!

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

A sign of any good mechanic ...

... is a willingness to abuse a device however much is necessary to get it working properly. Apparently, this approach also applies to Green Lantern power batteries. Take the following demonstration by Tom Kalmaku here:

You outta see what happens when Tom uses jumper cables to connect the power battery to Hal Jordan's Corvette. Yowza!

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Hal Jordan a chauvinist? Naaaaaah ....

Y'know, Hal Jordan catches an awful lot of flack from superhero readers for being a chauvinist, which is completely unfair. Compared to most other male superheroes created during the Silver Age, Hal Jordan has always regarded women as equals. For one thing, his boss for a good portion of his history was a woman (Carol Ferris), which was virtually unheard of in the late 1950s. And he's always treated the female members of the Green Lantern Corps and the Justice League with utmost respect. UTMOST respect.

Why that miserable--! KICK HIS BUTT, Zatanna! KICK! HIS! BUTT!

(Gosh, it feels good to be back on the blog!)