Today we visit the corpse of Jim Corrigan. Surely the Spectre will have something awe-inspiring to say!
Hm, that's a little more ... pedestrian that what I was hoping for, Spec. And less grammatical.
By the way, a note to all you Halloweeners out there; if the Spectre comes Trick or Treating, do NOT give him sourballs. He won't be amused and neither will your next of kin.Got anything with some more pizzazz, Jimbo?
Ooo! That's fabulous! "Oom's trickery!" is the kind of thing that rolls off your tongue. Plus, it sounds great boomed at top volume at Lauriol Plaza when your waiter brings you a watered down soda.
Still, I'd be kind of worried to use it. It sounds sort of D&D, you know? Wouldn't want anyone to think I was a geek... .
What else ya got?
Well, yes, that does have a ring to it. But people have heard me say that a thousand times already. And that was just at my last birthday party. Besides, I'm looking for something pithier.
Perfect. That'll do nicely. And I can use it every time I finally get the dog to fall asleep.
"YOUR ASKING FOR IT!"
Good lord, the Spectre must have invented the Internet!
I would've bet on "Ya-ya. Ya can't catch me!" from just a few months ago.
The internet is a creation of the wrath of God?
That explains everything.
Everybody will think you're singing "notorious!"
In certain circles you can never come back from that.
Well, I rather liked the throbbing and pulsating, but that's probably because I have read Romance novels in my time.
I remember the All-Star Squadron issues when Oom and Mister Who were on the same villain team. Made for some interesting dialogue.
"Whom are you addressing?"
"Not whom, Oom!"
Unlimited bandwidth... throbbing... pulsing through my Torrents!!!
(Word verification: vtvdud... sounds on point)
Your sense of taste is as dead as The Spectre.
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