If the NBA introduced its popular BIG Marketing campaign back in the late 80s, this former all-star, and Detroit Pistons’ Bad Boy, would easily have been nicknamed the Big Jerk!
That’s because saying his name immediately sparked agitation in basketball circles everywhere – except maybe in the state of Michigan.
One would think words like champion, all-star, terrific rebounder, rugged defender or great teammate would best describe this player. Continue reading
Allow me to kick off Halloween Week with a cool comic about WWE’s The Undertaker as well as offer a FREE sports comic book. The FREE book, Scary Sports Comics, isn’t intended to scare sports fans. Rather, Volume 5 in … Continue reading
Bottle rockets, barbwire, attacking tank, helicopter warship and swashbuckling pirates paint a foreboding picture in this comic for the visiting, and retreating, Cowboys football team.
Filled with trepidation, the scared Cowboys are running away from their bitter rival Pirates. For the scattering Cowboys, this stadium clearly presents a hostile environment.
Metaphoric hostile environments, like the one in this comic, are found in every sport and at many NCAA, NFL, NBA, MLB, and FIFA games. Continue reading
Happy Halloween! To celebrate this annual holiday, I’m giving away Scary Sports Comics – a FREE sports comic book. It’s a collection of my favorite figuratively frightening sports comics. The book isn’t intended to scare sports fans. But, each comic is … Continue reading
In this scary comic, it appears as if the Lions team picked the wrong day to face the Gators.
However, this frightening figurative comic paints a perfect word picture for teams who are not properly prepared to play.
If a team is not ready for its opponent or lets down its guard defensively, the scenario of running into a buzz saw could easily happen in any football game at any level – high school, NCAA or NFL. Continue reading
Scary Sports Comics both highlights and lampoons the eerie expressions, creepy nicknames, ghostly references, frightening athletes, intimidating teams and unnerving clichés that comprise our unintentionally scary sports vocabulary. Continue reading