By “an original Batman comic book ” I assume he means Detective Comics #27, Batman’s first appearance, though that doesn’t really make sense to me.
Now, if he’s said he had a six-pack of toilet paper… well, actually still not.
Is the fact that this was published three days before St. Patricks’s Day relevant? The bat at the end of the rainbow???
I have a vague recollection of having already posted this pre-Comicgeddon; but if I did, I have no recollection of the explanation.
Okay, I could understand if this were captioned “The Boy Wonder’s Recurring Nightmare” — but as is, what’s the joke?
I would argue that this photo of Caesar Romero, on a break from filming 1966’s Batman, in which ironically he plays a humorous, campy version of the character, is the creepiest depiction of The Joker I’ve ever seen.
Because he’s not wearing a garish costume and sporting green hair, and looks both mundane and deeply unsettling.
Andréa cites not the comic itself, but the name on the window.
I have a fairly good guess, but it’s not clear why the Joker is calling Batman that.
Unless I’m looking for more than what’s here, which is why I’m posting this mid-day.