Out of Context Comics: Volume 1

I love collecting out-of-context panels from comics and still frames from cartoons. While I sometimes scan or capture them myself, more frequently I just save an ongoing archive of strange images. I have so many that I thought it was time to share. Let us know in the comment section what you think is really happening in these images. If it gets a good response, I have hundreds more to share.

Bruce Wayne in an out of context comic panel

Namor and Doctor Doom in an out of context comic panel

Green Lantern in an out of context comic panel

Superman in an out of context comic panel

Batman and Robin in an out of context comic panel

Iron Man and Captain America in an out of context comic panel

The Joker in an out of context comic panel

Aunt May in an out of context comic panel

Firestar in an out of context comic panel

Captain America in an out of context comic panel

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  • Karol

    OMG these are great!

  • Chris Piers

    Thanks. I have a LOT more. It’s been a weird obsession of mine and all of a sudden I realized I should be sharing them.

  • Ben Rollier

    Lol, nice. Very reminiscent of superdickery.com

  • Chris Piers

    I’m intentionally trying not to use TOO many crazy covers from the Silver Age since superdickery covered many of those so well. But if there’s an especially funny one, it could show up.

  • Wes Grogan

    Unfortunately, the “solid dick” is actually a photoshop, but the rest are quite hilarious. I love this feature! http://goodcomics.comicbookresources.com/2014/09/05/comic-book-legends-revealed-487/3/

  • Chris Piers

    Damn, I fell for it. But it was so believable because it used to be real slang. “Solid dick” meant “real talk.”

  • Spidey Super Comments

    Solid Dick is not real- its photoshopped. its “solid advice”. ;_(