simple yet ingenious.
I always thought the Riddler was following me...I guess I have underpronation. Thanks for pointing the way!
Thanks for the comments, guys. Bassem, simple is best I think, though if the idea is rubbish it's usually best to make the drawing as complicated as possible. With some of these ideas I often think that somebody somewhere must have already thought of it - I tried a search on this one but didn't find anything. I've got to the stage now where I have to search amongst my archive to check I haven't done it earlier myself.Mike, are you telling me this idea has been done before on Batman?Bjam, you're a leg end, and your footprints are all over the web.
Nope. I was obsessed with Batman as a child, and anytime I see a question mark, I think of The Riddler. Hmmm, maybe I should question my sanity...
Glad to hear it, Mike. They're showing repeats of Batman on the BBC at the moment - I don't remember it being that funny. Now, suddenly, it's hilarious.PS. What would you question your sanity with?
"Where have you gone? If you could, please bring back some fries"
Fruitcake would be more appropriate.
I've found it in the Meat department... http://mvillos.blogspot.com/2008/01/100.html
That's sticking your foot in it!
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