Top 100 unintentionally lewd comic book panels of all time

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  1. Dean Putney says:

    What exactly did boner mean anyway?

    • GawainLavers says:

      A cock-up.

    • mulveyr says:

      Well, it used to mean “to make a mistake”, but I’m not clear as to whether that was the context in the example…

    • Funk Daddy says:

      according to the online etymology dictionary (not a stellar reference but handy) boner as in blunder is derived of bonehead and came first, it wasn’t until the 50′s that it was used for erect penis. 

      I’m not comic geek enough to even guess the decade of that batman panel :(

      • devophill says:

        “The Joker’s Comedy of Errors,” written by Bill Finger, drawn by Lew Sayre Shwartz, from Batman #66, August-September 1951. (I had an idea, but I had to Google it.)

  2. Brainspore says:

    Eat your heart out, Fredric Wertham.

  3. Lol, presumably ‘boner’ came into common use sometime after the first example.

  4. Christopher says:

    It may be crass and juvenile, but I’m going to do my best to work the line, “That’s the second boner today! If I don’t think of something fast I’ll be a woman without a job” into conversation into the near future. 

  5. Jorpho says:

    Remember ol’ Superdickery.com ?  It was a sad day when it stopped updating.

  6. garyg2 says:

    Still my all time favourite (helps being a brit I guess…)

    http://goodcomics.comicbookresources.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/08/Cap%20Wank!.jpg

  7. noah django says:

    heh

  8. Donald Petersen says:

    Good God, I can’t stop laughing at these!

    “Gosh Batman–remember this leather thong?  It still has your teeth marks in it!”

  9. Melinda9 says:

    More Batman (via Justice League).

  10. penguinchris says:

    How did you fail to feature this one?!

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