Random Panel: Great moments in no-longer-secret identities


(From "Bulletman" number 2, 1941.)

12 Responses to Random Panel: Great moments in no-longer-secret identities

  1. John says:

    Clearly, she forgot she was in costume. Not that that should surprise us.

  2. Runt82 says:

    And that’s why women should never be superheroes, drive cars, get jobs, vote……etc.

  3. gero says:

    “Jim, was it the ninja tanks?”

  4. Bael says:

    That isn’t really that bad. I mean, he doesn’t wear a mask, and works in a place where cops don’t recognize family. As far as I can tell, nobody wants to know who Bulletman and Bulletgirl are.
    Besides, there is a lot of modern DC stuff where this happens. I may never get over everyone running around calling each other by first names in Identity Crisis, a crossover based on the ethics of magically altering super villain’s memory in order to preserve their secret identities.

  5. dementedtheclown says:

    Why Doesnt Bulletman Use Guns With Bullets?

    He Should Be Conehead Man.

  6. Frankie says:

    Relax, Bulletgirl. This is normal for most men ‘as a result of the blow’. He’ll get his strength back. Just give him some time and he’ll be ready to go.

  7. Mad V says:

    after seeing that Bulletgirl isnt wearing pants I think its safe to say that Jim is just tired, and they sould do it only at there apartment for now on.

  8. The Imp says:

    Hey Jeff: nothing to do with this entry, but I can’t seem to access any other page of your blog by using the page numbers at the bottom of the screen. No matter what page # you click on, it redirects you to the top/front page.

  9. John says:

    @ gero: Well played, sir! Well played!

  10. Jeff Hebert says:

    Hmm, very strange Imp. Thanks for the catch, I’ll look into that tomorrow when I start recovering from this trip.

  11. Gero says:

    @Imp: It’s been doing that for at least the last 4 days, for me anyway. I just get around using the index on the side of the page, those links still work fine…

  12. Jeff Hebert says:

    OK, fixed the pagination problem, my apologies. It was an unintended side-effect of something unrelated I was tinkering around with.