RP: Dr. Decker? Sir … ?

(From "Konga" number 1, 1960, a movie adaptation comic illustrated by none other than a young Steve Ditko.)

13 Responses to RP: Dr. Decker? Sir … ?

  1. Avatar Dan Gonzalez

    Way ahead of you…LOSERS!

  2. I almost used that as the headline, Dan! I just love love love this panel, how far away he is already, how clueless it makes the pilot. Just awesome.

    I like to juice it up by imagining that Dr. Decker also has the only parachute.

  3. Of course it’s the only parachute. He’s clearly evil– he has a goatee!

  4. Yah, but it doesn’t have a little curl on the end, so I don’t think it’s an evil goatee–more along the lines of a scientist/explorer goatee, like Benton Quest or Rusty Venture…

  5. Avatar Me, Myself & I

    Hey, I have a goatee! Not all people with . . . no wait, you’re right. We are all evil. 🙂

  6. Gero, there can be no doubt; gaotee = evil. Benton Quest was a closet alcoholic who made animal porn and Rusty Venture turns tricks with hopes of blackmailing politicians some day.

  7. This is my favorite RP ever.

  8. But acknowledging that all goateed men are evil means I also have to acknowledge that all leather catsuited women are evil…and I’m just not ready to give up on leather catsuited women.

  9. Avatar Me, Myself & I

    Lets just say that there are shades of grey and those us us with goatees are not all totally evil. Some more than others. Just like women in catsuits, some are bad girls while others are really bad girls.

  10. Hey X-stacy, could you point us all in the direction of all these leather catsuited women you seem to know? We’d all like to put their evilness to the test. 😉

  11. No! They’re mine, all mine!

    Mwaah-haahaaaa–oops, that’s what you get for dressing in the dark.

  12. Avatar Me, Myself & I

    Speaking of women in catsuits, here’s a little something i put together with HM3 that somehow suits the discussion despite the references to Goatees.


  13. Women in leather cat suits are evil, too. Of that there can be no doubt. The thing is, though, is evil really all that bad? Don’t we all need a little evil in us (or to be a little bit in evil)?