This article is part of the Peculiar Panels series.
The goons in Batman's Shameful Secret have been posting funny comic book panels for years. In this new sporadically updated series we'll spotlight the most outlandish and puzzling contributions.
Pacra kicks things off with a bummer, the penultimate panel from The Death Of Spider-Man.
Jerusalem lightens the mood by revisiting a simpler, happier time.
bobkatt013 presents a problem that a million My Little Pony enthusiasts would love to have.
SynthOrange reminds us of Ghost Rider's oft-forgotten super power: Being succinct and accurate.
PenguinKnight shares an average ho-hum day of Batman fighting crime. Frankly, I'm not sure why this is in here.
Waterhaul thinks that Dexter's expression might be slightly inappropriate for the current situation.
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He was ripped off for True Detective, now Thomas Ligotti is being asked to review Pizza Hut's new Hotdog Pizza Bites.
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The most outlandish and puzzling comic book panels discovered by the goons in Batman's Shameful Secret.