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dorkly:

The 5 Most Embarrassing Moments in Batman Comic History

Bat-Baby. Just… Bat-Baby
Batman was turned into a kid, is mocked with the moniker “Bat-Baby” by some thugs, and then proceeds to put on a Sunday school outfit in an apparent agreement about his status as a baby. Whatever the twisted logic, it obviously works, as bad guys across the city are fucking terrified by a toddler in short overalls with full man-strength. Their gargled screams of “BAT-BABY!” are without any shred of irony. In the end, Batman is returned to normal size but we are deprived of a pivotal scene in which Bruce Wayne grows out of his clothes and is left  completely naked in front of people who wanted to turn him into a 4-year-old.

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dorkly:

The 5 Most Embarrassing Moments in Batman Comic History

Bat-Baby. Just… Bat-Baby

Batman was turned into a kid, is mocked with the moniker “Bat-Baby” by some thugs, and then proceeds to put on a Sunday school outfit in an apparent agreement about his status as a baby. Whatever the twisted logic, it obviously works, as bad guys across the city are fucking terrified by a toddler in short overalls with full man-strength. Their gargled screams of “BAT-BABY!” are without any shred of irony. In the end, Batman is returned to normal size but we are deprived of a pivotal scene in which Bruce Wayne grows out of his clothes and is left  completely naked in front of people who wanted to turn him into a 4-year-old.

[see the rest]

(via collegehumor)

segamemories:

A Scan of the GG Shinobi box art from the ‘Sega Video Game Illustrations’ book. This is a beautiful piece of art that was featured on a tiny Game Gear box where you could barely make out all the lovely acrylic detail. The artist is sadly not credited in the book. 

segamemories:

A Scan of the GG Shinobi box art from the ‘Sega Video Game Illustrations’ book. This is a beautiful piece of art that was featured on a tiny Game Gear box where you could barely make out all the lovely acrylic detail. The artist is sadly not credited in the book. 

(via scrollboss)