Gotham's finest vs. the automatic doors. What is the Dark Knight (if it really is him) thinking? And how about the elderly bystander? How would you title this situation? Record your entry in the comments section below!
While it's no longer a contender for Caption Kings, feel free to title the previous Caption this Photo too. Also, my apologies for the delayed release of this months photo.
ANNOUNCEMENT: This August we will be hosting the first Caption this Photo contest. Max and I will provide a caption for which each participant will create a single-pane scene. More details about the contest will be released with July's addition of CTP.
Great job on the windows! Also, I love the walker the old man is using! It reminds me of Mr. Fredricksen's from UP. In addition to that, the way you positioned Batman is outstanding! From the looks of it, he's being kicked out. "You should have tipped more!" :P
Title: Dun dun dun dun dun dun dun dun dun (x2) Crap Man
Old man: "Hooligan! Back in my day... *sniffs* Ooh, I smell tapioca pudding!"
Batman: Actually, my accident may have caused me to have an...accident. *Oomf* *pulls out walkie talkie* "Alfred, please have Robin bring me my BatCrutches...and a change of clothes."
Haha, great comments everyone! Some really witty/funny ones in this bunch!
Quoting LukeClarenceVan The Revanchist
...I like how you use a blank face. Great use of lime studs as tennis balls as well, never seen that done before.
Luke, you've got good perception and I appreciate how you always share it in your comments. I was dearly hoping people would recognize that the lime-green studs represent tennis balls. As for the blank face, it's actually a yellow cheese slope that I used to achieve the angle of Batman's head (hence it's blankness). Thanks for the excellent comment my friend! Though given your prowess in wit, which I've witnessed in smack threads, I'm surprised you're not whipping out master captions here too... ;)
Norm never thought that his choice of costume for "Super Hero Deals Day" could cost him his job as a bagger at Leg Godt Mart, but as Mr. Brick's groceries spilled out in front of him in what seemed like slow-motion his short career flashed in front of his eyes. He feared that he'd never bag produce again...yet there was a glimmer of hope...plastic fruit doesn't bruise!
Old man: "Them yuppies and their technology. Didn't you watch the movie "The Incredibles"? What is the one thing that is stressed in the movie? No capes, of course! You can be the hero we need without the cape..."
Catwoman's attempt to impersonate Batman goes terribly wrong when her tail, tangled in the cape of her costume, becomes trapped in the automatic doors of the supermarket she just stole vegan cat food ingredients from.
However, the stupid old man notices none of this and instead offers her his walker.
evil old guy:"Mwhahaha...I got you this time batman. my cleverly conspired trap has made you fall and fall hard! Perhaps in later days you will lean that not every door is a safe door. I must be off to my chess club! Remember nothing is as it seems! Goodbye!...until are next meeting hahaha"