On Old Marvel Superhero Stickers, Captain America Screams About Oral Hygiene

In the 1970s, Topps released a baffling set of stickers featuring Marvel heroes yelling non sequiturs about deodorant and aspirin. You haven't seen unintentional comedy gold until you've seen Man-Thing admit he "dropped the soap in the shower."

Topps released these stickers from 1974-1975 under the "Comic Book Heroes" line of stickers. Whoever wrote these captions, I want to shake your hand. These jokes transcend humor entirely and form a kind of post-modern poetry that can only be understood by children and dogs. Also, it's time for Living Mummy to make a comeback, pronto.

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xdeathknightx
xdeathknightx

I am still, to this day, wondering why Morbius is called a living vampire. I was under the impression that a dead vampire was a pile of ash, or just a human corpse.