Secret Panel (4)
By: Jason Grote | Categories: Haw-Haw

Fourth in a series of twelve posts celebrating our favorite Silver Age comic double entendres.

Not double-entendres per se, but the comics of the ’60s and ’70s produced some of the best tone-deaf hipster slang to grace young adult literature. Teen Titans writer Bob Haney fancied himself a master of vernacular; he was a clueless bizarro-world Kerouac.

Teen Titans panel is from Brave and the Bold #54 (July 1964). The Superman-Batman panel is from unidentified issue of World’s Finest.

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Jason Grote is a playwright, television writer, and librettist. His best-known play is 1001, a deconstruction of the tales of the Arabian Nights. He wrote for season one of Smash, and is currently a writer for Mad Men.