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Trash Day at the Hall of Justice

I wonder about a lot of weird stuff all the time. I wonder what superheroes are doing when they're not fighting crime. I wonder "if the trash can is full at the Hall of Justice and there's no robot butler around, who empties it?" I figured Batman would empty it because he has an overwhelming sense of practical civic duty. Superman could crush it into a singularity if he felt like it, but I think he's probably always thinking about other stuff. Then I started wondering what Batman would look like if he was carting the Justice League's trash out to the curb and the trash truck had just pulled away. And then I thought of Jared Axelrod, the comic writer & costumer.

And then I knew exactly what it would look like.





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