From Bill$Dollar. The reference is pretty clear (modulo mild Geezerness) but the connection??
Okay, so it occurred to me… since Disney owns Marvel and Star Wars, there’s probably nothing legally preventing them from having Han Solo lead the Avengers. Or having the Black Panther and Tarzan team up.
I’m not saying this would be a good idea, necessarily, though on the other hand it could be kind of cool.
So today’s question is: What Disney/Marvel/Star Wars team-up would you be tempted to see even if deep down you knew it could be a disaster?
And one that got Arlo’ed for language.
Okay, I was fine with this until Luke Skywalker got in line.
Is this part of the joke, or just a really bad distraction?
I’m not sure how old this comic is, but diagramming sentences was geezery long before Loose Parts began.
Of course, we are told from the start that Yoda lived a long time ago…
Yesterday, Francesco Marciuliano posted that a Utah newspaper objected to the first comic (the color one), so he had to rewrite the middle panel just for them.
Maybe it’s just me, but… while I like both versions, I think the second one is funnier.