Saturday, September 02, 2006

Conspiracies!

The Green Man has been forced to do battle with those who believe that a mighty conspiracy is in control of all the World. As the doom of evildoers and the terror of the wicked, the Green Man must, like the young lovely in our illustration, remove the mask.

There is no all-encompassing world conspiracy. No one world Government. There are villains, such as Monty Bristow and the world union of supervillains who want to take over the world. But they disagree. Every super-villain wants to be the world emperor, so whenever a couple of these super-villains team up to destroy the governments of the world they tend to shoot each other by the end. Take 'The Slaughterer' and 'The Fatal Lady.' They re-founded the illuminati in order to create a one-world government. The Green Man discovered this and sent one of his agents to investigate, disguised as a very large bed-bug. Nothing needed to be done, as 'The Fatal Lady' pushed Slaughterer into a deep-fat fryer. Without this somewhat theatrically-named man, Fatal Lady was unable to carry out the plan, and the Illuminati became a drinking club, based in Camden.

8 comments:

green man fan said...

Even if there were a conspiracy of wicked power-grabbing evil men, surely the Green Man would bring their pretensions and plans to a bitter and painful end, right?

The Green Man said...

You know it to be true.

green man fan said...

Is the Green Man's green trenchcoat bulletproof and acidproof, as is the Batman's cape?

Also, does the Green Man have an all-purpose utility belt?

The fans want to know!

The Green Man said...

The Green Man will occasionally wear bullet-proof clothing, but his greatest weapon against villains is his reputation and ingenuity.

green man fan said...

It must be difficult to skulk in dark corners while wearing a hat and trenchcoat!

The Green Man said...

You'd be surprised.

Zack said...

The male used to be a double agent. He spied on the suspect contents of his own blog. He used to walk the streets of the city disguised inconspicuously as a Beluga Whale, on the lookout for chance readers. Unfortunately the bugging device he used was concealed in his chewing gum. This made it very difficult to translate his communications at headquarters. The agents had a secret salute by which they recognized one another called the 'srident dog'. It was a little difficult for him to do this as a Beluga Whale but-- oh dear look at the time. I must go back to sleep at once.

The Green Man said...

The hour is later than you think...