Wednesday, June 16, 2010

What really happened the night of June 16, 1973

Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper
Spidey's Cupcake Caper


7 comments:

justJENN said...

These are the Spidey comics of my cupcake dreams.

Carolyn said...

How delicious!

(and funny! thanks for the laughs)

JohnPontoon said...

I had a dream exactly like this once, but it wasn't Hostess Cupcakes that Spidey was throwing, it was poo, and it wasn't Gwen Stacy, it was Stacy Keach, and Spider-Man wasn't fighting the Green Goblin, he was, rather, fighting a man of poo. Not a man, though, more like a mound.

Oh! And it wasn't Spidey - it was ME, 'cause it was my dream I guess. I wasn't fighting the mound, I forget what I was doing. I know we weren't at the Brooklyn Bridge, we were somewhere where there's poo. Stacy Keach was playing Mike Hammer, and I guess I wasn't all that busted up when his neck broke.

Nobody wanted to eat the fecal matter. I do not - repeat DO NOT - dream of such stuff. Even if I did, it was all just a dream.

OR WAS IT?

Bully, I busted a gut with laughter reading this. Maybe the funniest thing I've read all year, and I read A LOT. You are stuffed with talent.

SallyP said...

Finally! We find out what REALLY happened!

misterjayem said...

I always thought their relationship was a little Twinkie.

-- MrJM

danx said...

Oh my god.

J.R. Jenks said...

I did not see that coming. Good job, Bully.