A Daily Dose of the 1970s in Action
"I came for the cakes. I stayed for the comments." – An Official Review from “Anonymous”
Clearly Robin got fed up with Batman, and is looking for Superman to have a good moan and get some advice on how to deal with the Dark Knight.
He tried Metropolis, only to find that Clark had gone home to Smallville. Unfortunately, he had no change of clothes, and so has been meandering the Kansas countryside dressed as the Boy Wonder, raising not a few eyebrows.
The farmer is Pa Kent, and he’s just trying to cover his tracks as he talks in circles, since it is definitely super weird that Robin would come to the farm.
Ah, I see. Hawkman went to a faraway place, and came back to a much more settled household where he and Hawkgirl could enjoy their quality time.
It’s okay, Carter. Everyone needs a little “me-time” sometimes.
SR-12, you look a little…evil…
But it’s not so fancy that it gets called "famous," now is it, Ollie?
I bet you’re looking up at Batman’s panel-bursting, swirling cape and just thinking, “Dear God, I need to get me one of those.”
Because we all know that you’re super jealous of Batman.
With that concludes today’s page of The Super Dictionary! Tune in next time for more jealousy driven adventures of Oliver Queen!
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I mean, it is a pretty sweet cape. And it is quite swirly in this particular shot. But I’m not sure that Batman is famous for his cape.
I think he’s a little more famous for beating the crap out of dangerous psychotics on the streets of Gotham.
But maybe that’s just me.
(And what is going on with that background? Batman’s foot is under it and it kind of looks like a backdrop that is tearing? Is Bruce actually just about to fall flat on his face but he’s just keeping his, “I’m Batman” face on instead of his, “Oh Christ, this is going to hurt” face?)
Well that was very kind of you, Hawkgirl. You are a model hero sometimes. I wonder how you helped them. Maybe with your amazing math skills.
I guess we’ll never be sure though!
I bet she flew over that familiar city when she was looking for Comet, but who knows.
I can’t fault your definition. But there’s something else bothering me.
On the one hand, at least The Super Dictionary isn’t encouraging children to jump out of trees. On the other, it’s still kind of making it sound like it’s not all that bad to fall out of a tree.
Sometimes I wonder about how much you like children, Super Dictionary.