Wednesday, October 18, 2006

I don’t mind super villains. Not really, you know. They sort of keep me in business. But what I have come to realise is that it is really hard to start up as a super villain.

Most of them have deep psychological problems or delusions or obsessions. Often with me.

And then there are the guys who try too hard.

I’m up on this rooftop (where else) when I hear about this guy on my scanner. He breaks into a bank and when the cops come along he places his hands on his hips a laughs. Then he throws cotton buds at them. You know those things you use to clean your ears with? Yep, that’s what I thought.

He went down in a screaming mess of pepper spray.

I suppose he technically doesn’t count as a villain, even with that laughing bit. But still, I’ve had guys in homemade costumes, which is clearly underwear, challenging me to a duel of wits or some ludicrous thing.

Still at least it’s a hobby.

8 comments:

Jon the Intergalactic Gladiator said...

"Taste the fury of Cotton Balls! Mua ha ha ha ha ha!"

Justice said...

lol.....

Vampirella said...

I guess the fact that Wolverine seems to not care for you doesnt help or was he one of the home made costume freaks? :);) ;P

Wolverine said...

If ya count shirt An' pants as a home made costume, though I did buy' 'em in the Store. In fact i wouldn't even be wearin' spandex if it wasn't for the prof. and his makin' all of us X-men wear it

Superman said...

Remeber the time the Mustard man and The pin ata attacked us in JLa Headquarters? i don't think I;ve ever laughed that hard before that.

Bip said...

How about the time the Ice Cream villan attacked the X-Men. His power was to change into any flavor of Ice Cream and slip inder doors due to his turning into the Ice Cream.

Bip said...

err Slip under doors.
Villain not villan.

Jean-Luc Picard said...

It keeps you out of trouble.