In "Bzuh??"

From the first link: "We have to get away from thinking of the poor as a problem," said C.K. Prahalad, author of the book "The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid." I love that sentence.

In "Rahner's Rotten Rentals"

Update: If the first link doesn't work, try Seattle Channel [also embedded Real video]. And click here for a blood-curdling image of my childhood horror host, Syracuse's legendary Baron Daemon... if you dare!

In "Curious George: I am thinking of a book"

LivewireConfusion, I want to believe that I'd go to similar lengths to post a picture so disgusting. Thank you.

In "Ohio meets Oscar Wilde"

Oscar Wilde is said to be quite a manly fellow, bright and entertaining when in the company of men, but silly and affecting when surrounded by a bevy of ladies. This might be regarded as extraordinary, but for the fact that the world is full of such cases. --Columbus Dispatch This is excellent. Thank you, Plegmund!

In "Superman is a Dick. "

To be Fair And Balanced about it, not all goofy comic book covers are 1960s Supermans. 1, 2, and 3.

Glad you posted this, fuzzco66. It was originally at; got slammed to oblivion by traffic from some popular site (Metafilter?); moved to a transitional home at National Lampoon; and now has room to expand in its current digs. My vote goes to this turned-on psych-out.

In "Batman's Anniversary!"

As The Caped Crusader might say, "Nana nana nana nana indeed, citizen" Discovered too late for the front page, here is McSweeney's analysis of the Bat-Theme!

In "Goodbye, Widget."

SideDish, I'm sorry for your loss.

In "Batman's Anniversary!"

Urgent Bat-Caution: On second thought, some parts of the poor, deluded Siamese Human Knot Site may be--at least marginally--NSFW.

In "Comics great Will Eisner passed away yesterday."


In "Curious George: "Your Move, Mr. Cage""

Well, there's Luke Cage, but somehow I doubt it. Sounds to me like Stewart plucked a "hero" name out of the crapstream, like The Simpsons did with McBain. But I'm just guessing.

In "New Year resolutions;"

As planned, I threw my cigarettes down the trash chute before I went to bed last night. Naturally, I'm now pretty annoyed with myself for having planned this, but that won't last.

In ""

Also, what kind of world is it where "infant hatewear" is considered hyperbole, but "Zell Miller thong" is somehow acceptable?

"Democrats R Yukky" = hatewear? Holy hyperbole. To a baby, "Yukky" is the most severe epithet of outright condemnation. OK, it's not quite hate speech--but it is hate jabber. So... hyperbole, yes, but, more to the point, understatement.

Sorry about the post title, folks. "Link From SuperFrankenstein" indeed. I'll pay better attention next time. If this were MetaFilter I'd be dead.

In "Ben Samuels Classic Golden Age Comic Book Cover Gallery"

If you can stand the pop-ups, Pure Excitement Comics is great.

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