Sunday, November 04, 2012

Super-Endorsements 2012:

14 comments:

Joe Crawford (artlung) said...

BRILLIANT AND WONDERFUL!

ticknart said...

So, he's going to write in Ron Paul?

David Charles Bitterbaum said...

This has got to be the best of the super-endorsements you've done yet. Just awesome.

David Jones said...

All right! Calendar Man!

He doesn't rate his own tag, though?

mordicai said...

Bravo!

Rev'd '76 said...

Thank you for picking up on Romney's headfake segue into marriage-as-deterrent-to-poverty-and-violent-crime. I listened to all the debates on radio instead of television and was aghast at his comments... comments which I think the majority of the mainstream media gave a pass as potentially inflammatory, given the demographics in this country. No-one I know who watched 'em on TV seemed to have picked up on his stroll into wonk territory.

Obama's response seemed more progressive & pragmatic than previous-- 'No one needs military hardware; that said, in my hometown of Chi they're just using 9mms' --but statements alone do not policy make.

And yeah, this is just about the best one yet, mate. Great commentary AND fluid action!

SallyP said...

Superb, Caleb. Superb.

Ben said...

This was awesome. Seriously. Thank you.

Roygbiv666 said...

So, Batman as a write-in candidate?

Caleb said...

Thanks for all the kind words, all!

All right! Calendar Man!

He doesn't rate his own tag, though?


I guess not. I typed his name in to see if a tag came up, but it never did. Which I thought strange, as I'm sure I've drawn him plenty of times before...his is one of my favorite costumes. I know he appeared in the post-Dark Knight villain strip I did...

http://everydayislikewednesday.blogspot.com/2008/07/excuse-me-mr-nolan-theres-villain-here.html

...maybe the other times I drew him were for those lead-in cartoons I used to do for the "Twas the Night Before Wednesday" column I had at Blog@....

Anyway, I guess it means that while I love Calendar Man and love drawing him, I never actually wrote a post about him before. Huh.


So, Batman as a write-in candidate?

David Campbell answered the question of Batman's voting habits succinctly and hilariously in a 2006 post, which most of you have probably already read:

http://daveslongbox.blogspot.com/2006/11/election-day-2006-whose-side-is-your.html

I love the Batman entry, and all of 'em in fact, because they all seem 100% correct (or, if only 80% correct, than effectively argued so that a compelling case is put forward for each) AND funny.


Caleb said...

I just re-read Mr. Campbell's post for like the 40th time. The Ghost Rider one cracks me up every time.

Zom said...

You rock, Caleb.

Love all the Mindless Ones

Hedgi said...

Oh my gosh, that is amazing. So. Epic. :D

Ian Shea said...

@ticknart
Batman is in favor of gun control and universal healthcare, both of those are things Ron Paul violently opposes.