DC Comics starts a new monthly feature CAPTION THIS!

Over at DC Comics they have started a new feature called “CAPTION THIS!” where they will be posting up pictures sent to them by the people over at DC Collectibles , and this month they start by showing us our favorite clown prince the Joker  “Batman: Black and White Joker statue” holding a cat for a dog to gaze  upon .

If a picture alone is worth a thousand words, then what about a caption? Truly great captions speak volumes in just a few, perfectly chosen words. Writing captions is a talent. A skill. In fact, it may just be the last truly unsung artform.

Or maybe it’s just a fun chance to have some of the most popular characters in the DC Universe say some of the most ridiculous things imaginable. Every month, we’ll be posting a new image prepared by the good folks at DC Collectibles for the sole purpose of inspiring some of the craziest, silliest, wittiest captions from some of the most imaginative and fun people in the world: the DC fans!

I normally would think the dog would have his way with the cat , but looking at the cat I think the dog is more likely to feel the pain lol . What is the first thing that comes to your mind ?

Source – DC Comics

– Adam Prince

AdamPrince

AdamPrince

I'm a BIG Batman fan. Back in the day I would write scripts and get my friends together to make Batman movies. From real Batman suits to a wide collection of Batman stuff from over the years I have never have grown up when it comes to Batman. I go to Comic cons and dress up in full Batman (Nashville's Dark Knight) gear and hang out with fellow comic fans and take pictures. Hanging out with friends is always a blasty blast when they can find the time or when I can. I'm a big movie buff or at least a little buff lol. I love the extreme activities. White water rafting, playing paintball, just about anything I can get into. I have been in a few different kinds of Martial arts. Sometimes I go hunting on the family farm but its rare. When I lived in Bell Buckle I was on the BBVFD for about 5 years --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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    uh… Thats Ace, the bathound, not just some dog.