As Mentioned in Episode 182 – Lunch With Technet January 28, 2018 Jay 3 comments Listen to the podcast here! Art by David Wynne. Wanna buy the original? Drop him a line! Man, I missed Alan Davis. (Excalibur #42) “If brute force won’t work, salmonella will!” (Excalibur #42) It was REALLY hard not to just include every single good facial expression in this issue. (Excalibur #42) …Sure, why not? (Excalibur #42) Seriously, though, this? This is perfect comics. (Excalibur #42) Horatio Cringebottom and Bert. (Excalibur #42) Ewwww. (Excalibur #42) He’s gotten… taller. (Excalibur #42) THIS COVER. Alan Davis, how are you even real? (Excalibur #43) Jay made a bunch of really inappropriate valentines back in 2013. This was probably the best one. (Excalibur #43) Dude, you can’t blame someone for their weird sex dreams. That’s just uncharitable. (Excalibur #43) Brian Braddock is a big jerk. (Excalibur #43) *SLOW CLAP* (Excalibur #43) Meet your new OTP. (Excalibur #43) Seriously, they are so good. (Excalibur #43) China Doll is not wrong. (Excalibur #43) MEGGAN DESERVES BETTER. Always. (Excalibur #43) Pretty much a perfect one-panel summary of Excalibur. (Excalibur #43) Pitch: A comic where Brian always talks like this, for no apparent reason. (Excalibur #44) Meggan X-Plains Meggan. (Excalibur #44) It’s sort of surprising that he’s not used to this sort of thing by now. (Excalibur #44) You know you’d have asked, too. (Excalibur #44) Damnit, Micromax. (Excalibur #44) Meet Brother Brit-Man. (Excalibur #44) A possibly familiar t-shirt, as it appears in X-Men Gold Annual #1. (Want one of your own? You can get it right here!) NEXT EPISODE: More tentacles to hug with! Share this:EmailRedditTwitterTumblrFacebookPinterest Related Post navigation Previous Post182 – Lunch With TechnetNext Post183 – Mutant Death Factor
Would love to see the other inappropriate valentines. Thanks for sharing this one 🙂
Inappropriate Valentines would be a great name for a band
The best part about Brother Brit-Man 66 is that he looks like a blonde Alan Moore. And the episode he’s referring to – even the footnote – all refer to when Alan Moore was writing Captain Britain and Alan Davis was drawing it. And it was that run that established the Captain Britain Corps in the first place (and even gave the 616 designation). So that’s probably Davis’s nod to Moore.