Thursday, January 7, 2010

ICE, ICE BABY

Not many people know that in the original Batman comic books ERRRRRRRRRRR graphic novels, the arch-criminal Mr. Freeze had a personal chaplain.

16 comments:

Roger said...

Are those matching earings?

Anonymous said...

I guess. Still, it's not under any known schema of seasonal colours. Bad, indeed.

I'm waiting for the homage to Michael Jackson... if they dare!

PS: When will we see bad vestments from the Reformed groups? Surely they're not immune...?

Christopher Johnson said...

There's a Lutheran bishop in here somewhere("Gray Skies Are Going To Clear Up"). But a lot of contributions come unidentified so there may be Reformed groups here. And if you find any particularly outrageous ones, send 'em along.

Untamed Shrew said...

A bit longer hair and she'll be a dead ringer for the White Witch in Narnia.

Roger said...

The really spooky part is the hair. Kinda looks like Slobodan Milosevic...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Milosevic-1.jpg

Anonymous said...

The open-toed apostle-style sandals with red nail polish really make the outfit. Please - where on earth is Miss Thing from? The fever dream of someone who had bad clams after seeing Nunsense?

cathdean said...

She looks like a female Baby Huey

Vagabond Catholic said...

Exactly which liturgical season has aluminum foil as its colour?

Anonymous said...

I'm ready for my close up Mr. DeMille.

Felicity Pickup said...

Surely this was a costume at a Hallowe'en or Drag party, not a liturgical vestment?

I find that during homilies I can't escape distracting meditations such as:
-Do those earrings really go with that chasuble?
-Someone should take pity and get you a to really professional hair-colorist and stylist before your ordination.
-I know you were called in at the last minute from your other job to fill in for the scheduled celebrant, but don't you keep a more suitable pair of shoes in the office for these occasions?

Quebec women notice these things!

TC said...

New to the blog, and as if it weren't entertaining enough, you drop a manual buzzer on Mr. Freeze's chaplain... I'm officially hooked.

Anonymous said...

It's a chasuble/muu-muu combo. Go straight from mass to brunch.

John A. Hollister said...

That's a vestment? I thought I was still looking at the slide show of blooper "red carpet" outfits from the Oscars award ceremony!

Anonymous said...

She has the biggest fattest silver plated belly I've ever seen. And I've seen some fat people.

I'm kind of well-invested myself but I wouldn't put tin foil on it and let someone photograph me!

Anonymous said...

Words fail me...

Amy said...

Silver vestments, silver earrings, silver nails (do not, repeat, not choose your nail polish to match your vestments), grim expression: would you go to this woman for pastoral care? Everything about this photo says Ice Queen. Everything except the sandals, which say Ice Queen at the Beach.