Saturday, August 2, 2008

Frankenstein, Attorney at Law and other stuff






Thought I'd clear out some oddities from my "blog" folder. I'd love to get Frankenstein as my attorney, but he is part of a huge, huge law firm. Damn it all. Don't atttempt to make sense of anything else, there's no pattern to discern here.

7 comments:

Sidney said...

Might make for an interesting litigation.

Opposing Counsel: No further questions, your honor. Counsel may cross examine.

Frank: Mmmmm, mmmm, mmmm. Fire bad.

Witness: How am I supposed to answer that?

Oh, crap, but if he's an attorney NOW, that would mean it's after he got Igor's brain wouldn't it? So he'd be cross examining in Bella Lugosi's accent.

Only then they'd decide it didn't work and excise the dialog so that he was silent but his lips were moving.

Charles Gramlich said...

I'd rather have Frankenberry for my attorney. I hear he has a better sense of humor.

Bigmouth said...

I'll bet it's pronounced Frahnkenshteen...LOL!

Steve Malley said...

That's 'Fronken-STEEN'!

Love RED MEAT-- one of my all-time favorite strips for over ten years now!

Wayne Allen Sallee said...

You shall all be happy to know that when my oldest niece first saw YOUNG FRANKENSWTEIN as a kid, she told her dad she thought Marty Feldman looked like Uncle Wayne. Personally, I don't see it. Right. Red Meat is a funny column, and it seems the EA Poe-looking character is the most common to be used these days. I liked Dan the Milkman, but considering the stuff he got involved with, maybe the Milkman's Union sued. The other two are random images from postcards that I realized I'd never use. But I'd kill for a t-shirt that read WHAT WOULD JESUS DO...FOR A KLONDIKE BAR?

HemlockMan said...

The Red Meat guy must have read THE WATCHMEN.

Lana Gramlich said...

Didn't they do that on SNL at some point--Frankenstein as a lawyer?