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I think someone farted in my soup!?

Welcome to the Gunga Diner — where we dish out all the à la carte tidbits we couldn’t find a home for on any other page of this Web site.

Who knows what you’ll find simmering in our kitchen today, folks, so pull up a stool and grab a fork.

If there’s a particular tasty item that you think we need to include on our menu, feel free to send us the link. And the bathroom is for paying customers only!

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MAD Magazine’s Blotchmen

MAD Magazine’s Botchmen

The usual gang of idiots over at MAD created a special giveaway magazine for San Diego Comic Con 2008. Inside there was a six page parody of the Watchmen comic that, in my opinion, is one of the best.

Posted: 7.29.2008

Minutemen Plus One

Back in ’79 it was common for British comics to have a fictional editor. When a superhero named Big E was invented to be the faux editor of a new title, a young Dave Gibbons was asked to fill the cape. Here’s Dave dressed as Big E with a few new friends.

Posted: 7.29.2008

Watchmen Door Signs

Watchmen Doorknob Signs

Wacky Web site SomethingAwful.com has a feature called Photoshop Phriday where users can submit their creations. Here's two Watchmen doorknob signs that will likely keep housekeeping away for good.

Posted: 7.12.2008

The Religious Affiliation of Watchmen Characters

We all knew that Nite Owl was jewish, but did you know Rorschach was an Objectivist, or that Ozymandias was a Moral Relativist? Do you even care? Well before you hastily start buying Kwaanza gifts for Dr. Manhattan, you should check out this link.

Posted: 7.12.2008

Lil’ Watchmen

Lil’ Watchmen

They’re small, sort of cute, but extremely maladjusted. Get a glimpse of your favorite Watchmen characters as grade schoolers. But where’s Dan and Laurie? I guess they’re playing “Dr. Manhattan” in the art room.

Posted: 7.12.2008

Dinosaur Comics Watchmen Homage

From the disturbed mind of comics writer Ryan North comes the daily antics of two dinosaurs trying to make sense of this crazy world we all live in. On February 28, 2008 his prehistoric pals ventured into the world of Watchmen.

Posted: 7.12.2008

Watchpeanuts

Watchpeanuts

The end is nigh, Charlie Brown! It’s everyone's favorite blockhead and friends as the Watchmen characters. With Schroeder as Ozy, do you think his master plan would involve the Great Pumpkin? Good grief.

Posted: 7.12.2008

Watchmen Babies

I'm sure everyone has seen this still frame from The Simpsons by now, but for the sake of keeping this section of the site complete, here’s Millhouse holding the now infamous DVD of “Watchmen Babies in V for Vacation.” Whose your favorite Watchmen Baby?

Posted: 7.12.2008

 

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