There’s a William Carlos Williams joke in there somewhere.

(Punisher Annual 1988)

Ob la di, ob la da, Ginny Jenkins.  
Detective Comics #391 (September 1969)

Ob la di, ob la da, Ginny Jenkins.  

Detective Comics #391 (September 1969)

Reed Richards: “Nerve gas, schmerve gas.”
Fantastic Four #22 (January 1964)

Reed Richards: “Nerve gas, schmerve gas.”

Fantastic Four #22 (January 1964)

I know what you’re saying, Sue Storm, but you really need to work on your phrasing.
Fantastic Four #21 (December 1963)

I know what you’re saying, Sue Storm, but you really need to work on your phrasing.

Fantastic Four #21 (December 1963)

That time Johnny Storm and Ben Grimm sounded like a Wu-Tang Clan skit. Fantastic Four #17 (August 1963)

That time Johnny Storm and Ben Grimm sounded like a Wu-Tang Clan skit. 
Fantastic Four #17 (August 1963)

Thor, I hope you know how objectively rapey you appear to be.
Journey into Mystery #111 (December 1964)

Reed Richards: Terror of American Creationists.
Fantastic Four #15 (June 1963)

Heh. Ew.Iron Man #186 (September 1984)

Heh. Ew.
Iron Man #186 (September 1984)

As these two different panels from Tales of Suspense #40 (April 1963) attest, Jack Kirby loved giving Iron Man psycho crazy eyes for some reason.

The force that propels the guy through the window, breaking said window, does not affect the glass neon-light letters of the sign? 
Legends of the Dark Knight #16 (March 1991)