Monday, June 12, 2017

365 Days of Defiance, Day 163: Breakfast for Everyone

Previously on 365 Days of Defiance: kids, Black Widow, defiance. And now, the exciting conclusion:

Panels from the Black Widow story "Deadlock" in Amazing Adventures #4 (January 1971), script by Mimi Gold, pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Bill Everett, letters by Jean Izzo

Remember: Black Widow was able to get the police to agree to hold off for ten minutes! For proper verisimilitude, why don't you wait exactly ten minutes until reading the exciting conclusion? Here, I'll help: that's exactly twenty plays of the Countdown clock. Play the following that many times! Tense, ain't it!

I hope you were able to ignore Jimmy Carr doing silly things during that.

Ten minutes later:

Hooray! The kids of the neighborhood will get subsidized breakfast! Breakfast! It's part of this nutritious...breakfast.


Dave said...

"At hostage situations, Mayor Lindsey always enjoys the smooth flavor of Prince Albert - especially in a Dr. Grabow pipe."

Blam said...

Just for Men turned Guy with the Pipe's hair from brown to vibrant blond in just five minutes, giving him another five minutes to play "Name That Billy Joel Tune" with the SWAT team.