Superman coat-hanger

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10 Responses to “Superman coat-hanger”

  1. Anonymous says:

    My first thought: Batman logo also?

  2. castewar says:

    I’ll third that – it was mildly amusing at first. Then kind of annoying. Then pretty much a continuing kick in the nuts to anyone that reads a comic title with capes in it. And now, finally, it’s just disrespecting THE ultimate comic hero (see how I did that without using s-u-p-e-r-h-e-r-o-e-s and thus providing an opportunity to use “underwear perverts” yet again?)

    Next it will be, like, zen or something.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Well, it’s not like we can legally refer to them by that other term, it’s copyrighted. (And yes, I know, fair use, blah blah; the point is, “underwear pervert” was coined for a reason, and that reason hasn’t gone away.)

  4. deusdiabolus says:

    I’m sure Shaq just ordered a thousand.

  5. doggo says:

    And you know Jerry Seinfeld has a dozen or so…

  6. cha0tic says:

    Call for pricing? Hell No! I have a jigsaw & a spare piece of Plywood.

  7. Dan says:

    Can we retire the term “underwear pervert” already?

  8. Anonymous says:

    You guys are obviously shills for Marvel/DC. Keep it up, Cory. Underwear Perverts Forever!

  9. Anonymous says:

    I agree with the above posters about retiring “underwear pervert.” With all due admiration to to the inventive, ingenious Warren Ellis, superheroes are a childlike, to be certain, representation of higher ideals. Flawed in execution, simplistic in concept, and largely reduced these days to re-re-recycled cliches.

    But if you’ve ever watched a little kid discovering these characters and their clear struggles against outsized evil, you might reconsider the “UP” swipe.

  10. Adam Rakunas says:

    Dan must have thought-stealing powers, because I was thinking the same thing.

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