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MonkeyWithTypewriter said on January 29th, 2013 at 9:23 am

That speedboat must get a lot of action, just based on the name.

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Wait… Rex the Wonder Dog, Rex Grant, and Rex the speedboat?

Are all characters in this universe named Rex, with differing surnames or titles?

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I’d pay good money to see Rex team up with Knight Boat

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No, scratch that, Rex teaming up with the Librarian instead. It makes no sense, but it works (somehow. not really).

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Forget Elvis. REX is everywhere. REX is in everyone! REX is inside of you and me and the boat (REX needs BOATS!) and inside of everybody! Everybody except one person. Yeah, one person ain’t got no REX in him. The Anti-REX. (pause) Dick Cheney has no REX in him! OH! (rocks out) And REX is in Anne Hathaway, but he’s TRYING TO GET OUT (damn catwoman)!

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Ah, the sailing Rex. Commodore Rex!

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“I. Am. The. New. Dog. All is one in Rex. This canine body is my church. When I command your surrender, I speak with three billion barks. When I bite to crush your resistance, it is with three billion jaws. When I stare into your eyes and shatter your dreams and break your heart, it is with six billion puppy eyes! Nothing like Rex has ever come among you: Nothing will again. I will take you to a doghouse without exit or end. And there I will lick your faces! And make you crawl and beg! And fetch! Fetch! Fetch for Rex!”

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LightlyFrosted said on January 29th, 2013 at 11:15 am

Clearly, the ultimate Rex TMFWD villain would also be named Rex. Not incidentally, that would involve the most confusing descriptive text in the history of comics.

Although unless the villainous Rex is also a dog, many of the actions, like ‘biting Rex’ leg’ would be pretty easy to sort out contextually.

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Mitchell Hundred said on January 29th, 2013 at 11:25 am

He could be like one of those guys in the Shakespeare Abridged play, who had to refer to everybody by the same name as their stage manager because they could only remember a certain number of names.

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Rex the Villain is a human who has the expert skills of a dog.

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Another great Viking victory was in the “Comics” category at Mightygodking dot com. Once again the Viking strategy was the same. They assembled at Trondheim, where they stole a motorboat and used its powerful Chris-Craft engine to escape to England, whence they sailed on May the 23rd.

Once assembled, they selected a Rex speedboat at the Rex waterfront, where they were Rex spotted by Rex the Wonder Dog, who had been Rex trained by Rex Grant to Rex powered craft in any Rex, Rex, Rex, Rex, Rex…

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Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of Men? Rex the Wonder Dog, that’s who.

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So MGK, what are your thoughts on Young Justice’s Wolf, who seems to be a Rex the Wonder Dog reference?

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William Kendall said on January 29th, 2013 at 6:50 pm

Give up, Evil Doer. You’re screwed. On your best day, and his worst, Rex The Motherfucking Wonder Dog is still better at the throttles of a speedboat.

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MonkeyWithTypewriter said on January 30th, 2013 at 10:40 am

Wolf is Rex’s version of Superboy. That’s why he’s there.

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suspected human

“It looks like a human,” Rex pondered, “but until I stick my nose in his crotch I can’t be certain.”

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It was a simpler time. These days, people would be wondering if Rex had a the correct licenses to be operating that speed boat.

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“There’s always an canal!”
“Or an inlet, or a fjord.”

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Rex on the water?

IMPERIOUS REX!

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Yvonmukluk said on February 2nd, 2013 at 9:19 am

@Salmo
‘Quiet! i will not hear another word against the boat.’

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