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23 Responses to Comic Sins: The Guardian, con’t.

  1. Driften Angle says:

    Just what the hell is Guardian trying to protect there? The robot seems to be shooting aimless at the wall

  2. the wolf says:

    Why is the Guardian blocking a shot that would have missed him by three feet?

  3. JerseyAmy says:

    And once again the villain is wearing purple. I think that’s probably as much a giveaway to the Newsboy Legion as the “Robot Robber” at this point. And I would think it might make more sense to have a longer cord between the remote and the robot, so you could, oh, I don’t know duck and cover while the robot starts shooting at everyone

  4. GardenStater says:

    Time for that inventor to look into some wireless technology.

    Or at least put a longer cord on the darned thing!

  5. Rapture! The shield is finally used!!

    the wolf :
    Why is the Guardian blocking a shot that would have missed him by three feet?

    Wait – it occurs to me that the Guardian has vision problems. Perhaps that is why he attempts to block such a wayward shot. And hence the reason he enters rooms from such strange portals: Vague openings with light at the center, they all look like doors to The (Mr. Magoo) Guardian.

  6. browniejr says:

    Sure is a good thing that the National Trust Bank offers subterranean access to its Safety (?!) Deposit Vault. Otherwise the boys in the Newsboy Legion might have been caught in the poorly aimed crossfire of the “Robot Robber” Many years later the “Robot Robber” gained self awareness, cut the all too short cord, and evolved into “Robbie the Robot.”

  7. hpoulter says:

    Robot Robber? That’s the prototype for Burn-E!

  8. Larry says:

    Could The Guardian be Captain America’s kid brother , they sure look alike

  9. Brian Lutz says:

    Actually, that’s pretty much exactly what happened. Jack Kirby co-created Captain America for Marvel, then when he left them for DC he created the Guardian.

  10. Benzin Bruder says:

    The inventor was also forced to reconsider his choice of a steaming hot water jet for vault entry…

  11. swschrad says:

    they have need for a bank in Suicide Slum? oh, so there IS money about. uh, so what’s that “slum” part about, then? maybe there’s just no civic pride. except none of the covers presented to us have yet to show shoes over a power line, yards full of junk and windows full of cardboard, and nobody is wearing patches.

    I’m thinking these comics were throwaways, the artists and letterers knocked out one a day.

  12. Jan says:

    Oh, come on. Evil inventor Professor McWrinkleneck couldn’t have been that hard to subdue, especially in that position, since he looks like he’s about 95. Just sneak up from behind and clobber him.

  13. MikeH says:

    At first I thought it said Robot Rubber, but realized I should get my eyes checked. Does one of the newsboys there have narcolepsy? The inventor does have good remote control coordination to shoot and weld through the safe, but yeah, cord is a little short.

  14. RPD says:

    ROBOT ROBBER brought to us by our friends at ACME. Pat. Pending W.E. Coyote, Suuuuuper Genius.

  15. Mikey NTH says:

    I thought the point of having a robot do the robbing was so that you did not have to be there.

  16. Charlie Young says:

    This episode is just filled with FAIL! WT…why make a robot you have to be two feet from with wired controls. Just do it yourself, you moron…or make a robot with remote control or plain basic programming to get it to the vault, open it, take the loot and leave.

  17. Charlie Young says:

    hpoulter :
    Robot Robber? That’s the prototype for Burn-E!

    Too funny!

  18. Paul in BarneyFrankistan says:

    Clearly the Mad Inventor is hoping for ISO 9001 certification, so his robot MUST be properly labeled.

  19. Paul in BarneyFrankistan :
    Clearly the Mad Inventor is hoping for ISO 9001 certification, so his robot MUST be properly labeled.

    As an ISO Auditor in a previous existence, I need to ask to see your documented policy and procedure for Robot Robber Safe Cracking….

  20. shesnailie says:

    _@_v – if you have to control the robot with a remote that close you might as well be inside the thing…

  21. browniejr says:

    juanito – John Davey :

    Paul in BarneyFrankistan :
    Clearly the Mad Inventor is hoping for ISO 9001 certification, so his robot MUST be properly labeled.

    As an ISO Auditor in a previous existence, I need to ask to see your documented policy and procedure for Robot Robber Safe Cracking….

    “Document what you do, and do what you document…” He CLEARLY does not have a set of instructions for operating his robot, nor any documentation that he is qualified to operate the robot properly… Gak- I was once an auditor too. So much for innovation in the the fledgling robot safe cracker industry. Strangled in its crib by overzealous QA from the Newsboy Legion!

  22. @browniejr

    My personal favorite question that I could deliver to an employee when auditing:

    “Where does it say that?”

    Typically, even if they could point to a document that detailed the process, it was a.) The wrong revision – or b.) not authorized.

    Since I was auditing the processes in other divisions (and my own where I wrote 100% of the Pol Procs) it was much easier to change the the culture inside the company. It was still an arduous process, but we got it done on time. We decided to pursue ISO certification in December of 1996, and our certification goal date was 9/7/97. Done and done.

  23. Dmath says:

    Speaking as a working illustrator, allow me to explain. The whole thing was based on words from an editor: ‘I want a robot robber — put a label on so our knucklehead fans know what it is — run by a creepy mad scientist with a receding hairline and one of those little beards. Like Lenin. So, the robot’s blasting into the safe with a pressure washer or something, and firing off a Tommy gun at the Guardian, who’s coming in a window or down an airshaft, make up something. He has to use the shield, like always, but don’t obscure the action. The kids are creeping in from somewhere. Make it colorful. On my desk by 9 a.m. tomorrow or I find a new guy that doesn’t drink so much, capisce?”

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