Random Panel: Sneak preview of the next great Aquaman story arc

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(From “Super Mystery Comics”, Vol. 1, No. 6, 1941.)

15 thoughts on “Random Panel: Sneak preview of the next great Aquaman story arc

  1. DJ says:

    The only funny thing I thought to say about that you already did…

    WAIT!

    For the cover caption “The Ocean Just Got Saltier!”

  2. Jose Inoa says:

    Bwaa-hah-haa!! Choking the chicken o’ the sea…

  3. Whit says:

    Wow, times really were more innocent back then.

  4. Jeff Hebert says:

    Good ones, DJ and Jose!

  5. Danny Beaty says:

    THERE SHE BLOWS!

  6. Joshua says:

    Jeff, send this one to Superdickery– STAT! :)

  7. Rick says:

    “and thus, Aqualad learned about the birds and bees of the sea…”

  8. William A. Peterson says:

    You guys might want to look up the actual definition of the word “Seacock” before you get all juvenile about it!

  9. Jeff Hebert says:

    Now Willie, have you ever known us to wait before getting all juvenile about ANYTHING? Pish!

    I also want you to know how much self restraint it took for me not to say “So you’re recommending we not go off half-cocked?”

  10. DJ says:

    Jeff: Half-cocked? Isn’t that what John Bobbitt is now?

  11. Rick says:

    Don’t be so cocksure I haven’t looked it up. heh

  12. Bael says:

    Okay, I’ll play. What exactly is a sea cock, and why do ships have them? The only times I ever run across the word, somebody is using them to sink a perfectly good ship. You’d think that would be a bad idea, but they still keep building them that way. I could look it up, but live answers are always better.

  13. Cavalier says:

    A “sea cock” is any opening in a ship designed to let water in or out. This includes water for coolant, flushing, or draining the bilge. I suppose it could also include a diver’s hatch or part of the ballast tanks on a submarine.

    The point it, it controls water coming in to and out of the ship. The word ‘cock’ is used in the same sense as ‘cocking’ a gun – a reference to the opening and closing.

    Is my library degree showing?

  14. Jeff Hebert says:

    We’re not here to learn anything, people, we’re here to giggle like second graders whenever anyone says anything that is even vaguely dirty.

    I tell ya, being juvenile gets harder and harder every year.

    Oh, wait, I said “hard” … ::giggle:: See? It’s easy if you really, really try.

  15. Frankie says:

    So, are there any aircocks? I know planes have cockpits…so you need to fill the pit with something.

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