Monday, July 30, 2012

Roy Halladay Dominates the Olympics, Days 1 and 2



It's common knowledge that Harry Leroy Halladay III represents everything that is virtuous, noble, and true about modern athletes and the glory of athletic pursuit in general. Therefore it's natural to see the ties between those qualities and the now-underway games of the XXXth Olympiad (you've read my Phillies as Olympic Events post by now, right?!).

ZWR staff illustrator Mattmac has taken to chronicling Roy's achievements in London (which also may explain how tired he's been on the mound of late, just saying), and I'm thrilled to share those with you now.

DAY ONE: 
SO after parachuting in as the Queen's stunt double, Roy outswam (outswum, outswimmed, whatevs) an anaconda to beat Phelps in the 400 IM.

No big deal.



lol that's silly

DAY TWO:
Roy had a busy day. After he glared at the rapids, they stopped with the horsecrap and turned into a glassy lake.

Yo remember that Shane and Pence one?! RIP

The dude in white with the headband got impregnated by this so cuttered goal.



Who doesn't love volleyball? Roy's opponents, that's who:


I think we can all agree that these were awesome. Keep 'em coming, Underscore Matt!


1 comment:

  1. I've got the upcoming trades blues and once again ZWR comes through!! Awesome!!!

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