[identity profile] filbypott.insanejournal.com 2009-03-23 17:14 (UTC)(link)
...and here I had Hulk pegged as a Libertarian.

[identity profile] gwalla.livejournal.com (from insanejournal.com) 2009-03-24 23:58 (UTC)(link)
So did Dave (http://daveslongbox.blogspot.com/2006/11/election-day-2006-whose-side-is-your.html).

[identity profile] seriousfic.insanejournal.com 2009-03-23 17:15 (UTC)(link)
Sesame Street? Holy shit, with all the green puns, I can't believe they missed out on Oscar the Grouch. Oscar vs. Hulk would've made this the best crossover ever. I would've wept tears of joy before my eyeballs exploded... with JOY!

[identity profile] foxhack.insanejournal.com 2009-03-23 18:52 (UTC)(link)
Not Sesame Street, The Electric Company. Similar, but different.

[identity profile] seriousfic.insanejournal.com 2009-03-23 18:55 (UTC)(link)
No, right before Peter Parker gets his invite, the Electric Company invites the cast of Sesame Street and THE GODDAMN CAPTAIN KANGA-FUCKING-ROO! Throw in the Muppets and that League of Badasses picture posted a couple days back is in for some competition.

[identity profile] icon_uk.insanejournal.com 2009-03-24 14:11 (UTC)(link)
That's the now late, Mr Hooper from Sesame Street right there...

SQEE!

[identity profile] qemuel.insanejournal.com 2009-03-24 01:13 (UTC)(link)
I need a Hulk/Oscar the Grouch team-up STAT!

[identity profile] mullon.insanejournal.com 2009-03-23 18:19 (UTC)(link)
I'm guessing those two in the third to last panel are some really freaky swingers.

[identity profile] crinosg.insanejournal.com 2009-03-23 18:43 (UTC)(link)
And in the next panel? GENE FUCKING SHALLOT.

Hulk be connected.

[identity profile] menagerie.insanejournal.com 2009-03-23 18:41 (UTC)(link)
Vote Green in 2012 or HULK SMASH! ;)

[identity profile] dejadrew.insanejournal.com 2009-03-23 19:10 (UTC)(link)
This? Should TOTALLY be their new party slogan.

[identity profile] foxhack.insanejournal.com 2009-03-23 18:52 (UTC)(link)
Man, Phil Collins gets around.

[identity profile] dejadrew.insanejournal.com 2009-03-23 19:14 (UTC)(link)
Gotta admit, if he replaced Elizabeth May as party leader, I'd vote for 'em.

[identity profile] pyrotwilight.insanejournal.com 2009-03-23 19:58 (UTC)(link)
Happy Hulk? cdfdxcxaf Does not compute. XD

I want pictures! Pictures of partyman!

Also, all the kids are replaced by Snapper Carr, will anyone notice, let's see.

[identity profile] morgana006.insanejournal.com 2009-03-23 20:23 (UTC)(link)
This is. AWESOME.

The "Punch him!" punchline was incredible.

[identity profile] ashez2ashes.insanejournal.com 2009-03-23 20:56 (UTC)(link)
Damn electric company... if they had never existed we might have gotten Ted in JLU. *glares at ancient retarded kids show*

[identity profile] crinosg.insanejournal.com 2009-03-23 22:59 (UTC)(link)
Don't blame them, blame CN and Sam Register for never appreciating the JLU to give it the regard it deserved and undermining it at every turn.

You'll note they didn't have any trouble getting Ted for Batman the Brave and the Bold. So what changed in the past four years or so that they could get him now and not then?

[identity profile] ashez2ashes.insanejournal.com 2009-03-23 23:05 (UTC)(link)
The copyright ran out between when JLU was made and when Brave and the Bold was made actually. It would have already ran out for JLU if the electric company didn't have their own craptastic blue beetle.

[identity profile] crinosg.insanejournal.com 2009-03-23 23:12 (UTC)(link)
Oh.

I suppose the same is true for the Plastic Man copyright then.

Still, CN could have done more to get the rights, I mean they work for the WB, they got lawyers, they should be able to muscle the rights for Blue Beetle and Plastic Man out of an old kids show and an old radio show.

[identity profile] filbypott.insanejournal.com 2009-03-24 16:59 (UTC)(link)
I thought the rights to Blue Beetle were held up with the awful JLI pilot from the early '90s.

[identity profile] ashez2ashes.insanejournal.com 2009-03-24 17:21 (UTC)(link)
Nah, Fire and Ice were in the JLI pilot and in JLU.

[identity profile] skitty_kat.insanejournal.com 2009-03-24 03:07 (UTC)(link)
I've never heard of the Electric Company but that is one freaky looking plant they have. I wouldn't trust it an inch.
Haven't they seen Little Shop of Horrors? Don't feed the plants!

[identity profile] icon_uk.insanejournal.com 2009-03-24 14:12 (UTC)(link)
My thoughts exactly... though I'm still trying to find episodes of the "Little Shop" cartoon that aired in the early 1990's.

[identity profile] skitty_kat.insanejournal.com 2009-03-24 18:38 (UTC)(link)
Hmm ... I've actually got the comic book adaptation of the Little Shop film. I should post some at some point.
Bizarrely, the dentist is ginger.

[identity profile] icon_uk.insanejournal.com 2009-03-24 19:27 (UTC)(link)
I haver that comic too, Gene Colan on art.

It's most notable for having what appears to be a "missing song" that's in no version of the stage, screen, or known "dropped" numbers I can find; The Greek Chorus appear in costume (Which means there's a song coming on) with the words;

"Who's the best, the beautiful green one? Who? Audrey Two!
Who's a star, if ever I've seen one? Who? Audery Two"

And then continues in rhythmic prose for another couple of panels, which to me screams that it's

The most recent Broadway production soundtrack includes more "lost songs" from the movie and show than I've heard before (Audrey Two's "Bad" which is sort of a precursor to "Mean Green Mother", Audrey's "The more he loves me" a painfully depressing lovesong about her abusive relationship with Orin, "A Little Dental Music" which is supposed to be for the dentists waiting room, and Orin's "I found a hobby" a precursor to "Dentist!" which details how he developed his taste for pain) but nothing which seems to link to the comic text...

[identity profile] skitty_kat.insanejournal.com 2009-03-25 02:40 (UTC)(link)
Ooh, shiny! I may have to get that Broadway soundtrack at some point. I've had the film one for years (I think it was one of the first CDs I ever owned!) and that is very good but it doesn't have such delights as 'Mushnik and Son'.
I saw it down at the New Theatre just last week with Sylvester McCoy. It was awesome.

[identity profile] icon_uk.insanejournal.com 2009-03-25 03:06 (UTC)(link)
Not the New Theatre Oxford? Crap, I didn't realise it was there or I'd have gone to see it! :(

I can thoroughly recommend that soundtrack, this (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Little-Shop-Horrors-Alan-Menken/dp/B0000CEROJ/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1237968195&sr=1-2) is the one to go for.

[identity profile] skitty_kat.insanejournal.com 2009-03-25 03:11 (UTC)(link)
Nah, New Theatre Cardiff. Or New Theatre Acton if you watch Sarah Jane Adventures. I believe it's doing the rounds though, so maybe it'll head your way.

[identity profile] icon_uk.insanejournal.com 2009-04-04 15:25 (UTC)(link)
By the way, I just found the Little Shop cartoon on YouTube!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ktE0kjw3zc

Part two include the brilliant little song "If I didn't have bad luck"

(Anonymous) 2009-03-24 05:40 (UTC)(link)
Aww, see now that Sesame Street panel made me remember Mr. Hooper.
I'll be misty-eyed all day.

[identity profile] superherogrlcat.insanejournal.com 2009-03-24 08:31 (UTC)(link)
I love the smirk on that one guy's face when he asks, "Or tonight?"

[identity profile] joysweeper.insanejournal.com 2009-03-25 23:40 (UTC)(link)
I like the little bit of Greatest Angst in the panel above the cut. Oh, Hulk.