Thursday, September 17, 2009

It was round about then that his evil plan began to go a wee bit off the rails.

TTA #28

Bonus: could this be Stan Lee's Greatest Footnote?!?:

TTA #28
Panels from Tales to Astonish #28 (February 1962), script by Larry Lieber and Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers

Say, shouldn't that second panel look like this?:

TTA #28


Novice said...

Evil kitteh!

Peder said...

I think it's the exclamation point that really makes the footnote.

Moggy said...

Besides, it isn't really true. Cats have cones in their eyes. They do see colors, just not as many as we do.

Adam Barnett said...

You beat me to it, Monarchist! They have problems with shades of red, but cats can see color.

Bully said...

Ah, that explains why cats' natural enemy is Daredevil.

Amelyn said...

Actually cats don't see color like red and brown. But they can perceive color like purple, blue and green. So, this panel seems pretty accurate to describe what cats sees. The editor was wrong, but we can't blame him since Wikipedia didn't exist at the time.