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Awesome: 'Hot Webcomic Time Machine' by Raneados

RaneadosRaneados Registered User regular
edited October 2011 in [2008-2012] Awesome Posts?
batman hasn't done any friggin detective work since like '83

someone killed all the guards at the bank with laughing gas, disfigured their faces into horrible grins, took all the money, shit on the floor, signed the shit with a joker card, and then broadcast a video of himself boasting about the crime and daring batman to try and stop him, all while making puns

who could have done this?


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Rane is the future of ancient greek tradition


  • DrezDrez Registered User regular

  • ThreeCubedThreeCubed Registered User
    What about
    Bruce Wayne: "We're 5 little items of an everyday sort. You'll find us all in a tennis court". In... A-E-I-O-U. Vowels.
    Alfred Pennyworth: Not entirely unclever, sir, but what do a clock, a match, chess pawns, and vowels have in common? What do these riddles mean?
    Bruce Wayne: Every riddle has a number in the question and they arrived at this order: 13, 1, 8, and 5.
    Alfred Pennyworth: 13, 1, 8, and 5. What do they mean?
    Bruce Wayne: Perhaps letters of the alphabet?
    Alfred Pennyworth: Of course, 13 is M.
    Bruce Wayne: 1 would be A, 8 would be H, and 5 would be E.
    Alfred Pennyworth: M-A-H-E.
    Bruce Wayne: Perhaps 1 and 8 are 18.
    Alfred Pennyworth: 18 is R. M-R-E.
    Bruce Wayne: How about Mr. E.?
    Alfred Pennyworth: Mystery.
    Bruce Wayne: And another name for mystery?
    Alfred Pennyworth: Enigma.
    Bruce Wayne: Mr. E. Nygma. Edward Nygma. Stickley's suicide was obviously a computer-generated forgery.

    Detective work at its best.

  • GoatmonGoatmon Don't worry about me Someone has to take care of these flowersRegistered User regular
    I think this fits, here.

  • SupraluminalSupraluminal Registered User regular
    Goatmon wrote:
    I think this fits, here.

    Ahhahaahah, oh god that show was insane.

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