Magniloquence the Superheroine Vol 1 No 3 pp57-84

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This Date from Heck is a riff on the Momma's boy disaster. There is also a moral to the panel: Be careful what you wish for, you might get it. Maggie wished for older [got it], and more romantic [got it]. It wasn't quite as she imagined because it came with side effects. In the final panel I was particularly happy to be able to make a pun in French. They say that when you can pun in another language, you begin to understand it. -- Robert Stradley, the Weekend Artist.

I think Katman looks like Batman. Was that intentional? DA 11Aug 15

Katman Deux is obviously a pun based on the location for the name and a mash up of the silver age Catman and Batman. KittyKat is similar to Batwoman who joined Catman for an episode because she was undermined and marginallized by Batman [and of course the chauvinistic writers of the time.] -- Robert

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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