RP: The unforunate intersection of history pedantry and adventure

(From “Prize Comics” number 1, 1940.)

About Jeff Hebert

Jeff is a 45 year old city boy who has somehow found himself located in Colorado, fulfilling his lifetime dream of making a living drawing super-heroes all day.

8 Responses to RP: The unforunate intersection of history pedantry and adventure

  1. “So were feet, Jungle Jim!” [capoeira kick to face]

    Yo, someone explain the tactical use of those pant flaps… and a bright red long skirt dress in the jungle.

  2. “ACK! Why did you punch me?! You asked me to shave you!”

  3. Oh, man. Me and my friends were just on our way to a pumpkin carving party when Whitey McPithHat and his girlfriend jumped us! Just jumped us and started punching Reggie and gibbering something in English. Well, that’s it– Whitey is off the guest list to the next party.

  4. Isn’t it obvious, Owl? The purpose of the red dress is so that every villain in the area, either native, foreign, or animal, knows who the proper distressed damsel is.

    Well, that and to attract the Giant Hummingbird of Doom(TM) as well, but that part doesn’t really count.

  5. @EnderX: :) HAhahahaaH!! Awesome.

  6. Hmmm, if comic book panels read left to right, is the woman telling the black guy to look out?

  7. yet knives seem to be so much better

  8. Dan Gonzalez

    Boy? Wow, in retrospect, that’s really racist.