Friday, March 29, 2013

Burger Masters



I don't know what I was thinking the day I made this one. I originally was just going to do a Superman/Jughead cover and it kind of grew from there.  Hopefully we have finally had our last snowstorm here in Massachusetts and I can start grilling again, looking at this cover again is making me hungry!

13 comments:

AirDave said...

:)
This cover is exactly what comics should be about! This cover is why I am more excited about the Batman '66 tie-in comic to the old live action Adam West Batman. Be all grim and gritty as you want to. I'll read comics that are wacky and fun. When you can tell a story with a talking dog, I am there! A story with a cover like this could only work before 1985. This is probably the best cover ever!

Anonymous said...

how bout a new insane clown posse with the joker crazyman and slapstick from marvel

John Platt said...

Genius!

Anonymous said...

You know, I honestly think the Hulk is the underdog on this battle of the gargantuan gullets. How did THAT happen? :D

Thanks for the smile.

-Mea

John Small said...

I absolutely LOVE this one!!!! Bravo!!

BFIrrera said...

What??? No Matter Eater Lad?

Neil Robertson said...

"What??? No Matter Eater Lad?"

Are you kidding? Matter Eater Lad is a strict mineraltarian.

Anonymous said...

Wimpy would blow Hulk and Superman out of the water! Scooby & Shaggy ate a lot, but they had their limits and were known to get tummy aches after binges. Jughead is not human in regards to this past time, so I think he and wimpy will have a battle of the ages.

Bob Greenwade said...

This is awesome, but I think it would have been even better had it been posted next Monday.

Unless, of course, you have something even better planned for Monday.

Ross said...

Monday will mark the end of an era for this blog, which I will discuss on that day. No special April Fools cover, but a character that I didn't expect to use will appear.

Isaac said...

I would have to respectfully disagree with the idea that Supes would be an also ran in this contest. I had that issue with the hamburgers. He went through 2 million burgers in an hour.And yes, the Hulk would be the underdog in this one. Speaking of Underdog, how about him and Krypto or Lockjaw?

Ross said...

I have plans for all of those pooches on upcoming covers...

RJDiogenes said...

This is groovy. And I agree that wild and creative is better than grim and gritty.

And, as a fellow Bay Stater, I also agree about the snow. :D

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