Jesus: It won't be easy getting in. There are a lot of Monsanto monsters in the way.
Batman: Well, let's get started. Jesus, take the wheel.
Jesus: I don't know how to drive.
Batman: Hold her steady, Robin. And don't slow down.
Robin: Should we really be going to Monsanto for meme advice? Most Monsanto memes are anti-Monsanto.
Jesus: Monsanto memes are all made by Monsanto.
Batman [FIGHTING]: GMO corn is made out of the same stuff as all corn!
Jesus: That worked. But it was too educational. And for God's sake, quit using that worn out slap meme.
Jesus [continues]: You see, Robin, they invented these monsters and their memes to protect their empire.
Philosoraptor: If organic is bad and GMO's are good, shouldn't they be proud to label them?
Batman [FIGHTING]: Labeling is what they deserve. But not what they need, right now!
Jesus: Good. I'm not sure I get it, but that's not what matters. And you're branching out.
Jesus [continues]: Robin, Monsanto's competition is fierce. They control it by making the GMO business look risky.
Batman [confronted by tumor mice]: What?
Batman: Is that even a meme?
Jesus: Yeah, well usually it's paired with some dubious claim about how these rats got those tumors.
Jesus: You can do this, Batman. You're a super genius.
Batman: I'm Batman, Your Argument Is Invalid.
Jesus: Yes!!! You cleared the entire road with that one.
Robin: What the... a net?
Jesus: Not just any net.
Jesus: Gentlemen, we've been caught by a Monsanto lawsuit.
You could recreate this comic if you had all these files, a cutting wit like mine, and a good photo editor. Also a very understanding spouse.
Source list not yet available.
These files are also available on the github repo where I develop this comic: meming-title
. Yep, that's the dumb title.
As mentioned elsewhere none of the artwork is original (almost none). These links provide a way to discover the original artists. If your work is here, contact me
. I'll add whatever specific information you prefer.
The first meme here is actually a whole single-frame
comic by Sara Zimmerman of
Actually, there's no reason to think she is pro- or anti-GMO
based on that comic. So maybe it doesn't belong here.
OTOH, memes don't obey their creators.
Monsanto certainly does not make up all their own
memes in real life. So I hope you're not disappointed
that this is not a story wholely informed by facts.
Monsanto has to fight memes every day. Maybe they
should make a department for that, headed by people
similarly dedicated to memetics as other departments
are to genetics.
Maybe they already do.
Anyway, Monsanto, make my shill check payable to CASH.
Wait, you can tell that this is a pro-Monsanto episode,