October 30, 2007

Why Fear Global Warming...

....when Aquaman will flood the country with his negligence anyway? With an uncanny resemblance to the bush administration, the justice league absolves all responsibility for the incident, blaming the nationwide disaster on their enemies. There are hundreds of Challenge of The Superfriends clips and episodes on youtube, all exhibiting crowded plots, kinetic pacing, and total disregard for logic. Unbelievable things happen on this show, and it's recommended if you can tolerate the idiocy.

3 comments:

SpaceMan5000 said...

It's interesting you should post this as I have been renting the Challenge of the Superfriends DVDs from Netflix, recently. Of course, I loved this show as a kid and I think they hold up pretty well. I see them as animated versions of classic Silver Age DC storytelling; action-packed and nonsensical.

Umberto St. John said...

The only themed birthday party I ever had was my Superfriends party. I begged my Mom to get the cake and the tablecloths and everything and she did. Man, was that party sweet!

Skippy Spankmaester said...

Shouldn't this be under the Borgnine piece? After all isn't global warming really: "The Dutch Oven Effect"?