Seriously. At first, you giggle; then, you snort; then you just lose it. Basically, they take people's MySpace photos and talk about them. My favourite one to date is this one: the sheer insanity of the situations they invent left me near-herniated. But the comments on comic-book characters were pretty good, too, such as their diatribe on Strange Adventures 201: Animal Man battles "The Mod Gorilla Boss!"
Zack: That is a fucking strange adventure, I'm not going to disagree.more
Dr. Thorpe: Yeah, it's not every day that we see a hipster ape grabbing a dude's ass.
Zack: I think he's supposed to be a mobster. He must have escaped from the laziest jail ever. They just paint stripes on the clothes you arrived wearing.
Dr. Thorpe: Yeah, but he's also a mod, for some reason. So not only is he a mob boss ape, but he drives a Vespa and listens to The Jam.
Zack: As someone who knows some Italian people I have to say I am really offended by the stereotypical portrayal of Italians as purple gorillas.
Dr. Thorpe: I know quite a few Italians who just happen to be purple gorillas, but I'm offended that they portray Italian purple gorillas as menacing and violent. And homosexual.
Zack: Well who knows what "A-Man" was doing before the mob gorilla boss had to take care of business. Look at the position the guy is in. It's like he was sledding down a hill, flew into the air, and strayed into the airspace that the gorilla had claimed as his own.
Dr. Thorpe: Check out the look on A-Man's face as that ape grabs his butt. "Friend zone breached!"
Zack: I think A-man is enjoying it based on that blue bulge extending from his midriff.
Dr. Thorpe: Whoa. There are very few things that bulge could be.
Zack: His super suit doesn't have pockets so maybe it's a coin purse or some sort of satchel for his sack lunch.