A Super Who’s Who (Part 3!)
I know, I know, this is a lot of cast, but it was either split up all six (six!) pages or have 1-3 gigantic posts, and visually this just works better. See the start here!
Plus these are still hilarious.
Sccccience…? Also, I thought he used his super speed to catch bad people. At least while he’s being the Flash.
And who could ever forget Wilson Forbes, fearless investigative journalist for the Daily Planet, working side by side with the likes of Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen? You? Me too, since he’s another one of those characters created for this book.
Many arrows? Special powers?! I’m sold. Hm…”often works with” Black Canary…That’s a little different from how Canary’s bio tells it.
The writer’s priorities seem a little off. First, Batman is just an inventor, now Green Lantern is boiled down to a dude wearing a ring he has to charge ever 24 hours. Also, Hal’s power ring isn’t magic. It’s science. Allow me to direct you to this citation needed opinion from Wikipedia:
While the ring of the Golden Age Green Lantern (Alan Scott) is magically powered, the rings worn by all subsequent Lanterns are technological creations of the Guardians of the Universe, who granted such rings to worthy candidates. This shift to a technological explanation reflects the comic book industry’s tendency to explain extraordinary powers through science and reasoning rather than magic.
I don’t have much to say about this one. Pretty straight up. The ambiguity of “bad people” continues to amuse me, though.
Failing to mention that you’re married, eh, Hawkman? What’s up with that anyway? Black Canary and her “good friend” and Hawkgirl and her husband. THAT’S SEXIST 1970S — oh wait. Right. 1970s.
See under the cut for the un-chopped page!