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Comics Are Awesome: Part 7 of ∞

Invisible robots. ‘Nuff said.



June 21, 2008 at 5:38 pm

Midget evil genius’ with large facial scars, monocle… oh, and hydrocephalus, as well?
ALSO awesome!


Ian Astheimer

June 21, 2008 at 9:48 pm

It’s great that his giant noggin has absolutely nothing to do with his gimmick.

Invisible robots? Rad.

What were the other 999 menaces?

I think that a few may have been:
Invisible dragons.
Invisible ninjas.
Invisible vampires.
Invisible sharks.
Invisible apes.
Invisible giant spiders.

And visible robots.

Even better, this villain actually returned a few years later to fight J’onn J’onzz in his backup strip in Detective Comics.

does this dumbass still exist in dc continuity?

’cause dr bighead and his invisible robots need to come back, kalibak..
by monday, kamndi..
don’t tell me thats whack, omac..
he’s not dull, superskrull.

There’s only one thing to do when you trap Batman and Robin: transfer them safely to the next trap.

I don’t know about you, but I can see the dotted lines where the robots are suppose to be. Batman should be smarter than that.

In what way is a dungeon trap different from a dungeon? Surely being in a dungeon automatically implies and element of trappedness.

Libra should grand his greatest wish, perhaps its to have more/larger invisible robots?

Oh, like the ones Steadman had to battle when Opra wanted to commit. Then he “accidently” hit her in the head wth a pole. Good times.

I’m thinking the Wizard of 1,000 Menaces was using a sophisticated “hat drawing” method to fill out his repertoire. One hat contains an adjective, another a noun. He draws from each hat then puts his villainous wizardry to work crafting his newest menace:

From the first hat: Invisible!
From the second hat: Robots!

First hat: Magic!
Second hat: Ninjas!


Circus Bears!

and so on…

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