James Franco’s Newest High Art Piece Features A Load Of Batmilk (Or Maybe That’s Robinmilk)

December 4, 2013 / Posted by:

Masterpiece artist and the savior to the gay community James Franco jizzed up two pictures on Facebook and called them both “50 Shades of Batman and Robin.” The first one is pretty tame. I mean, that’s probably what James wears around the house all the time. The second one is NSFW (unless you work as a janitor in the DC Comics bath house) and is after the cut. It will make you jizz up a warm load of questions marks. Jizz being the key word.


I always knew Batman was a cum slut. And John Travolta, stop it, I see you licking the screen! Okay, so here’s my questions.

1. Is this the follow-up to Bound 3 and is that Seth Rogen’s load of baby batter? I don’t think it is, because I’d expect Seth’s cum to be meatier and have some chunk to it.

2. Did somebody just drop a really sloppy cinnamon roll on his Batmask?

3. If that is Jizz Franco’s own man chowder, did he fap into a cup and pour it on his Batmask? Or did he lay on the ground and raise his legs up while jacking onto his rubber Batforehead? I will only be impressed if it’s the latter.

4. Is he planning to sell that peen leche-covered Batman mask on eBay as is? I’m asking for a friend and yes his last name is Travolta.

5. This isn’t really a question. It’s more of a wish. I really hope Zack Snyder is taking notes, because this is the happy ending that Batman vs. Superman needs.

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