This week, Tymbus talked to me about the following very important subjects whilst I punished him:

  • Dark Avengers #1
  • Simpsons Comics #150
  • The Strange Deaths of Batman
  • Mr. Terrific


This happens in Dark Avengers#1


These are from DC’s recent, Strange Deaths of Batman collection.


King Lex!


Sexy Catwoman!  Hubba-Hubba! (edited for content).


Mr. Terrific!!!




11 Responses to “Gary Lactus’s Vault Of Tymbus #2”

  1. sean witzke Says:

    Gary where the hell did you get a handgun in England?

  2. Gary Lactus Says:

    I flew to the US in my spaceship.

  3. Tymbus Says:

    Ha, the psychologist whose work contributed to behaviourism was Edward L Thorndike, Tymbus firmly in his chair of contrition!

  4. Doc Ok Says:

    Come on guys, why are we forced to listen to the senile ramblings of a comic book geriatric? I just can’t get enough insights into the cirisverse of Grant Morris. Write more! More! MORE I SAY!

  5. bobsy Says:

    I’m With You, Doc!

  6. amypoodle Says:

    I love Tym – he sets off the tone very nicely thanks. Makes us look more accepting and pluralistic.

    You’ll have to wait for any FC stuff I’m afraid. I’ve got to do a presentation tomorrow, and then perhaps go to London to get drunk, so I won’t have much time till, errr, Sunday. That said, inbetween hourly bursts of prsentation rehearsal, I’m jotting FC related thoughts down in my pad.

  7. Gary Lactus Says:

    Respect His Fandom, goddamnit!

  8. Brown Lantern Says:

    The psychologist who created Wonder Woman was William Moulton Marston not “Charles Marston” as Tymbus foolishly states.

  9. Doc Ock Says:

    Exactly right Lantern, brown him up. Doc Ok? I’m ok,you’re ok-he’s an idiot!

  10. Lorenzo Says:

    I was just wondering if someone could tell me the exact issue that that Catwoman was in? My wife and I have been looking for it a long time.


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