BATMAN: The Droppings

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BATMAN: The Droppings

Author Comments

Looks like that "Bat Cape"is going to be useful after all.

This is a mock DC cover made for a short comic I am creating which is written by Mick Lauer (RicePirate) and based off a cartoon he is presently creating called "BATMAN: the droppings". The actual comic book art is not going to be in this style, but I figured I would make at least one REALLY special piece for the king of the portal! It's good to be the king.


This is pretty good.

Funny Picture!
Even though its a joke its actually a
really good picture!With all the muscles
all over his arms and body.But the muscles make
him look fat,so nice idea adding the muscles.I also found
funny that is plunger has his symbol on it.Look at his face!Veins are
sticking out and he is sweating!As it seems right know Batman is going onto
his new quest-Diarrea.Ethier way this is a perfect picture.5 Stars!

deathink responds:

Thanks man, as for the plunger, I was watching a old batman movie and every thing was "bat-this" or "bat -that", and I asked my self "what is bruce wayens obsession with branding?", honestly bat man said "get the bat ladder" and it was just a regular ladder, couldn't he just say get the ladder?

You drop it like it hot.

deathink responds:

and steamy

Guano Cannon Activate!!!!!!!!!!! xD

People find this review helpful!
deathink responds:

You never really imagine super heroes going to the bathroom.

ummmmm? good art? its realy funny XDD

deathink responds:

Thanks dude! Now go watch RicePirate's video "BATMAN: The Droppings"

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Credits & Info

4.39 / 5.00

Jun 7, 2012 | 11:48 AM EDT
File Info
1382 x 2300 px
1.1 mb

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