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Goofiest Moments Archive

Here is an archive of all the past lists of goofiest moments we’ve done!

Ten Goofiest Moments of the First Ten Issues of the Fantastic Four (including the time the FF tricked the Skrulls into not invading Earth by using drawings of monsters)

Ten Goofiest Moments of the First Ten Issues of the Amazing Spider-Man (including Doctor Doom contacting Spider-Man via a giant radioactive spider)

Ten Goofiest Moments of Fantastic Four #11-20 (including the infamous “Reed Richards and Ben Grimm defend Sue to the Fantastic Four readers” issue)

Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Martian Manhunter Comics (including how J’onn J’onnz got hired as a police detective right off of the street)

Five Goofiest Moments in Captain America #318-322 (including the weird revelation that Captain America somehow never killed anyone during World War II)

Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Issues of Rip Hunter, Time Master

Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Issues of the Silver Surfer (including the time Silver Surfer got attacked by a bunch of Yetis during one of his many endless monologues)

Five Goofiest Moments in Superman’s Girl Friend, Lois Lane #105-109 (including the infamous “Lois Lane becomes a black woman” issue)

Ten Goofiest Moments in the First Ten Thor Comics (including the time Thor used his hammer to shoot…anti-matter particles?!?)

Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Issues of the Legion Feature in Adventure Comics (including the origin of Bouncing Boy, possibly the most incompetent superhero of all-time)

Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Issues of Avengers Unplugged (including the infamous “Fluffy” issue)

Five Goofiest Moments in the Flash (Volume 1) #175-180 (including the time the footnotes in Flash informed us how Japanese people speak)

Five Goofiest Moments in Fantastic Four #21-25

Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Issues of Teen Titans

Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Doctor Doom Stories in Astonishing Tales (including the discovery of the one thing that Dr. Doom has no defense against!! Can you guess what it is?!?)

Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Team-Up Stories in The Brave and the Bold (including the introduction of the Arrow Signal. It seriously needs to be seen to be believed)

Ten Goofiest Moments in the First Ten Issues of The Avengers (including Hulk disguising himself as a robot by simply putting clown makeup on)

Five Goofiest Moments in Justice League of America #43-47 (including the classic “Robin! What have I done to you?” exclamation by Batman)

Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Human Torch Features in Strange Tales (including one of the more bizarre ways to keep a character’s identity a secret)

Five Goofiest Moments in the Legion Feature in Adventure Comics #305-309 (including the sheer madness that was the introduction of Lightning Lass)

Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Issues of Marvel Team-Up (including Peter Parker’s brilliant hiding place for his Spider-Man costume…on a hanger in his closet!)

Five Goofiest Moments in the Team-Up Issues of The Brave and the Bold #55-61 (including one of the strangest usages of the Green Lantern ring ever)

Five Goofiest Moments in the Human Torch Feature in Strange Tales #106-110 (including the discovery that Johnny’s secret identity was not as secret as he thought)

Ten Goofiest Moments in the First Ten Issues of Batman (including the infamous “Quiet or Papa Spank!” issue)

Five Goofiest Moments in the Captain America Feature in Tales of Suspense #91-95 (including the legendarily goofy “only one of us is going to walk out of here under his own steam…and it’s not going to be me!”)

Five Goofiest Moments in Flash (Volume 1) #132-136 (including the discovery of what it feels like to turn into a puppet)

Five Goofiest Moments in Fantastic Four Annual #1-5 (including the classic “Not the Encephalo-Gun!” issue)

Five Goofiest Moments in the Legion of Super-Heroes Feature in Adventure Comics #310-314 (including the long-awaited introduction of…Hitler Superboy!)

Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Appearances of the All-New, All-Different X-Men (including the horribly racist recruitment of Proudstar by Professor X)

Five Goofiest Moments in Uncanny X-Men #98-102 (including the time that the X-Men teamed up with…leprechauns?!?)

Ten Goofiest Moments in World’s Finest Comics #151-160 (including the weirdest birthday present Superman ever got Batman)

Twenty Goofy Moments from Marvel and DC’s Silver Age War Comics

Five Goofiest Moments in Fantastic Four #26-30

Ten Goofiest Moments in Uncanny X-Men #426-435 (including a bizarre revelation involving mutants and AIDS. Yes, you read that right)

Ten Goofiest Moments in the First Ten Issues of X-Men (including Professor X’s bizarre desire for Jean Grey)

Ten Goofiest Moments in Green Lantern #76-85 (including the classic “Richard Nixon is an evil, telepathic little girl” issue)

Ten Goofiest Moments in the First Ten Issues of Green Lantern (including the time Green Lantern accidentally turned his best friend into a seagull)

Five Goofiest Moments in Justice League of America #110-114 (including the classic “Hal misses out on a JLA mission because he falls out of his bathtub” issue)

Five Goofiest Moments in Uncanny X-Men #103-107

Five Goofiest Moments in Flash #127-131

Five Goofiest Moments in Captain America #116-120 (including the introduction of “Captain America, brilliant mud makeup artist)

Five Goofiest Moments in Green Lantern #31-35 (including the time Green Lantern accidentally switched bodies with a bird)

Five Goofiest Moments in Fantastic Four #31-35

Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Issues of Adventure Comics to Star Supergirl (including Supergirl’s introduction to what has to be the most messed up Superman supporting character ever, Kal-El’s Robot Teacher)

Five Goofiest Moments in the Thor Feature in Journey Into Mystery #94-98 (including the time that medical doctor Don Blake BUILT AN ANDROID!!!)

Five Goofiest Moments in Flash #122-126 (including Captain Boomerang’s time-travel boomerangs!)

Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Issues of Marvel Two-in-One

Five Goofiest Moments in Green Lantern #36-40 (including the time Green Lantern disguised himself as…an envelope?!?)

Five Goofiest Moments in the First Five Ant-Man Stories (including Ant-Man’s rather disgusting method of travel)

Five Goofiest Moments in Superman/Batman’s Team-Up in World’s Finest #101-105 (including Batman and Superman’s fight with the Vibrator)

Five Goofiest Moments in Teen Titans #44-48 (including the time that Speedy forgot to make sure his friend Aqualad had enough water in his tank…TO LIVE!)

Five Goofiest Moments in the Ant-Man Feature in Tales to Astonish #40-44 (including the bizarre inspiration for Hank Pym becoming Ant-Man)

8 Comments

Was there a “Goofiest Iron Man moments” by chance? I bought an Essential Omnibus of “Tales to Astonish” stories of Tony Stark, and there’s this one where Angel is flying near a Stark Enterprises facility while they’re doing an atomic test, and the radiation he’s exposed to turns him evil, and after Warren single-handedly bests the rest of the X-Men (minus Xavier), Professor X decides to outsource and contact the Avengers for help bringing him in (since the other 4 X-Men can’t fly, I guess.) Iron Man gets called in to help and bring Warren home.

But what got me (other than the interesting radiation makes you nuts theory) was… why didn’t Professor X just telepathically contact Warren with Cerebro, and put him to sleep?

Answer: It was the Silver Age.

I dont think its fair to bash older stuff it was a different time to be writing those stories

And hey, did u guys see this http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/freerobgranito/

“Goffiest Iron Man Moments”,eh? Well, I daresay when he added a NOSE to his faceplate counts . . .

And rode around on transistor powered roller skates. :)

Where’s the “Reed defends Invisible Girl to the readers” one? It’s a little hard to know which episodes to click when a link from CBR’s main site leads straight to the archive.

Gerard Morvan

June 17, 2012 at 1:52 am

Stefan, it’s the third entry from the top (goofiest moments from Fantastic Four 11-20).

I’m with Stefan. In this new UX-centric world we live in, it’s a major FAIL to have the front page article link to the archive index instead of the article we want to see.

I was also going to give up finding this article when I saw it wasn’t the first or the last one on that list.

The Hulk Clown one isn’t the first. It isn’t the last. Is there a logic to the ordering or is it just random? Whatever. I won’t be seeing the post or probably trying to the next time something goes up here…

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