And we are all full of happy hearts! (Also, of candy!)
We all hope you had a love-filled day with your sweetie! We hand- hoof-made special Valentine's for Randi using pictures from Dan Goodsell's "Mister Toast" blog (here's Valentines; look around his beautifully fun blog to find more great artwork!) and got some wonderful yummy treats. Don't eat 'em all at onceyou'll get a tummyache!
In short, kiss somebody today! If you can't, eat some chocolate!
Ever have one of those days? Where, sometimes, despite your beast intentions, you just can't get that proper arroooo out? Let's take a look at some of the more hilarious arroooo bloopers and blunders, shall we?
Panel from Werewolf by Night #8 (August 1973), _script by Len Wein, pencils by Werner Roth, inks by Paul Reinman, colors by Glynis Wein, letters by Jean Simek Izzo Hey, not perfect, but pretty good! That's not a bad start, but you've got to growl it more.
Panels from Captain America #330 (July 1987), script by Mark Gruenwald, pencils by Tom Morgan, inks by Sam DeLaRosa, colors by Ken Feduniewicz, letters by Diana Albers No, no, emphasize your R's. Deep in your throat, repeat after me: rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
Panel from Werewolf by Night #1 (September 1972), script by Gerry Conway, pencils by Mike Ploog, inks by Frank Chiaramonte, letters by John Costanza Oooh, that's better. But don't forget about the follow-through. That kinda just dropped off at the end. You know better than that, Wolfie!
Panel from Marvel Comics Presents #56 (August 1990), script by Len Kaminski, pencils by Jim Fry, inks and letters by Brad Joyce, colors by Gregory Wright (Colors) Better! But make that 'H' silent, all right? No 'H' at the beginning of it.
Panel from Werewolf by Night #37 (March 1976), _script by Doug Moench, pencils and inks by Don Perlin, colors by Diane Buscema, letters by Debra James No, no, no! What did I tell you about the "H's? Bad werewolf! Bad! (slapping you on the snout with a rolled up Transylvanian Times)
Panel from Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme #9 (November 1989), script by Roy Thomas, Jean-Marc Lofficier, and Randy Lofficier, pencils by David Day, inks by Dan Day, colors by Christie Scheele, letters by Joe Rosen Okay, now you're forgetting the follow-through "oooooooo" again. (Either that, or the panel just ended too early.) Let's just try that bit: repeat after me: ooooooooooo
Panel from Moon Knight #30 (April 1983), script by Doug Moench, pencils and inks by Bill Sienkiewicz, colors by Christie Scheele, letters by Joe Rosen Excellent! Well done! Here's a snausage. Now, put it together with what we've learned so far, and what do we have?
Panel from Giant-Size Werewolf #4 (April 1975), script by_Doug Moench, pencils and inks by Yong Montano, colors by Janice Cohen, letters by Marcos Pelayo Geez, now you're just vamping. Stick to the script, Hairy! Take it one more time from the top!...
Panel from Marvel Comics Presents #54 (July 1990), script by Len Kaminski, pencils by Jim Fry, inks and letters by Brad Joyce, colors by Gregory Wright No, no, no! Arroooo! ARROOOO!
Panel from Strange Tales v.5 #1 (September 1998), script by Paul Jenkins, pencils and inks by Leonardo Manco, colors by Mariana Manco, letters by Jonathan Babcock No, look! Let's try a different approach. You're sneaking up on a gothic regency damsel in distress. How are you gonna express yourself in a way that will send her running into the arms of Mister Rochester, huh?
Panel from Spider-Woman #19 (October 1979), script by Mark Gruenwald and Steven Grant, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Mike Esposito, colors by Ben Sean, letters by Jim Novak Oh, for Pete's sake! You're not even trying anymore.
Panels (this one and the one below) from Werewolf By London v.2 #1 (February 1998), script by Paul Jenkins, pencils by Leonardo Manco, colors by Marie Javins, letters by Janice Chiang and The Human Touch Oh, for...I give up. Just forget it. Drop it. I'm done.
Panel from Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme #9 (November 1989), script by Roy Thomas, Jean-Marc Lofficier, and Randy Lofficier, pencils by David Day, inks by Dan Day, colors by Christie Scheele, letters by Joe Rosen
Panel from The Supernaturals #1 (December 1998), storyteller: Brian Pulido, script by Marc Andreyko, pencils by Ivan Reis, inks by Joe Pimental, colors by Elizabeth Lewis and Dean White, letters by Comicraft
Panel from Marvel Comics Presents #107 (August 1992), script by Chris Cooper, pencils by John Stanisci, inks by Jimmy Palmiotti, colors by "Fernando Mendez" (Justin F. Gabrie), letters by Mike Heisler and Steve Dutro
Panel from Morbius: The Living Vampire #28 (December 1994), written by Lisa Trusiani, pencils by Craig Gilmore, inks by Rick J. Bryant and Mike Witherby, colors by John Kalisz, letters by Janice Chiang
Panel from Savage #1 (October 2008), script by Jeff Frank, Steve Niles, and Dan Wickline, pencils and inks by Mike Mayhew, colors by Frank Bravo, letters by Jason William Hanley
Panel from Exiles #57 (February 2005), script by Tony Bedard, pencils by Jim Calafiore, inks by Mark McKenna, colors by Jung Choi, letters by Dave Sharpe
Panels from Moon Knight v.3 #1 (January 1998), script by Doug Moench, pencils by Tommy Lee Edwards, inks by Robert Campanella, colors by Melissa Edwards, letters by Ken Lopez
Panel from The Supernaturals #2 (December 1998), "storyteller": Brian Pulido, script by Marc Andreyko, pencils by Ivan Reis, inks by Joe Pimental and Elizabeth Lewis, colors by Dean White, letters by Comicraft
Panel from Marvel Premiere #59 (April 1981), script by Steven Grant, pencils and inks by Win Mortimer, colors by Glynis Wein, letters by Jean Simek