Thursday, February 26, 2009

I don't want to tell you guys how to decorate your own trophy room or anything,


but is it really such a good idea to keep a Nazi robot named "Murder Machine" around the house like that?



(Panels from Justice Society of America #24, written by Matt Sturges and illustrated by Fernando Pasarin)

8 comments:

Dean said...

But what's the point of even HAVING a Nazi robot called the "Murder Machine" if it isn't on display?

Hdefined said...

Dean's right.

It reminds me of that Flash issue written by Johns in which they're touring the Flash Museum, except the statue of Gorilla Grodd turns out to be the real deal.

Mariano P. A. said...

At least they should check it's not working, but of course that will work in the near future.

Mr. Fob said...

Wait. You mean you don't have a Nazi robot named Murder Machine in your trophy room? I'd always assumed that was a staple of trophy rooms.

SallyP said...

Aw c'mon. Having cool stuff in your trophy room, is the best part about being a superhero. Don't tell me that Ted doesn't get drunk and go down and play with the toys every once and a while.

psikotyk said...

It's funny that Sally mentioned Ted, because my first thought was Wildcat answering the question of why they had that on display.

"Listen, kid, if you went through what WE went through to put that thing down, you'd display the son of a bitch, too."

Captain Infinity said...

The Scooby Gang would have gotten a lot more respect if they'd named their van the "Murder Machine" instead.

chiasaur11 said...

Hey, a big part of heroing in the good old days was punchin' Nazis.

The murder machine just makes it convenient in this day of a less (perhaps even non) fascist Germany.