SD10: The Final frontier

As images of SD10 filter out, the defining one has yet to manifest itself, but in this image of a woman helping her Iron Man-themed friend pee into a bottle, we have a fetish-palooza: water sports, mascots, bondage, superheroes. No wonder Comic-Con is all things to all people. But the one message that this image inspires is the one that all of Con should remember: friendship. When a costume restricts arm motion to the point you can’t unzip your fly, may you always have a buddy to hold the bottle, if you know what we mean.

Comments

  1. Ryan Swift says:

    The wayward stroller is the perfect touch.

  2. comicsatemybrain says:

    Well, admittedly it’s from a Frank Miller CBLDF benefit mini-comic from a bunch of years back, but I think this is for better or worse the defining image for ComiCon 2010:

    http://farm1.static.flickr.com/170/382787709_5ce3ba34d8_o.jpg

  3. Wow. Right out in the open on the sidewalk, huh?

    And it looks like Con Security is on the case (upper left corner).

  4. out.standing.

  5. pulphope says:

    Looks like a design flaw Stark would’ve surely solved by Mach 2…

  6. What James said. And who takes a photo like this anyway?

  7. …and how do we know that urination is the bodily function the woman is assisting in?

    So many questions!

  8. Kevin Hynes says:

    This picture is a riddle wrapped in an enigma…soaked in pee.

  9. And shame.

  10. Rich Johnson says:

    I hope he didn’t rust.

  11. Dave Miller says:

    You sure this isn’t a wedding photo?

  12. Allen Rubinstein says:

    I was rather thinking husband and wife rather than friends. It’s a bit… personal for friendship, ya think?

  13. She is clearing carrying a baby in a Bjorn on her chest, which means that she’s pretty familiar with getting peed on.

  14. That’s irony, man.

  15. i hope she “shook the pipe” after. Nothing is worse than having that last drop in your pants, amirite guys!

  16. Kevin Hynes says:

    All I can say now is, that’s love.

    And that woman deserves a new car.

  17. Now you know what the Mark II costume used in the movie was made of rubber.

    Also, Tony Stark addressed this very issue in the last movie, right before the slobberknocker birthday fight with War Machine.

  18. “And that woman deserves a new car.”

    …or a new friend/boyfriend/husband (whatever Iron-Dork’s relationship is to her).

  19. Was the woman red-haired?

    IRON MAN. Maybe she was just cosplaying Pepper “Piss” Potts. Let’s face it, this is not the worst thing he got her doing…

    /rimshot

Speak Your Mind

*