A Daily Dose of the 1970s in Action
"I came for the cakes. I stayed for the comments." – An Official Review from “Anonymous”
Probably on par with that time El Dragón saved a little girl, really.
I was really expecting something about how the entire Justice League got on a bus to go camping or something, though.
That’s not a balloon! Balloons are huge and shaped like lifelike pterodactyls!
And where is the rest of Jonna’s hand?
This isn’t very space-coppy of her. I really want to see her fighting crime, not messing up children’s birthdays by popping (alleged) balloons!
Diana looks like she is really contemplating this like it’s a conundrum. Or a mystery.
Maybe she’s thinking about which candle to blow out.
But I have to tell you, blowing out just one candle won’t decisively keep the house from burning. There are four other candles there, each of them with the distinct power to possibly burn the house down.
With that candle safety lesson in mind, we conclude today’s page of The Super Dictionary!
Let’s hope Wonder Woman decided to blow out all the candles, and maybe we’ll have another page tomorrow!
Check out under the cut for today’s full page!
Hands up if you thought Conjura was going to pull a bunny out of her hat!
That’s what I thought.
The Super Dictionary just wants to keep us on our toes.
I mean, there are a lot of improbable things that take place in this book. In fact, I’d say that the majority of things in this book are, by a wide margin, things that I have trouble seeing characters actually doing.
But for some reason, this one is just extra improbable in my mind.
Because Penguin has a legion of henchmen to do such menial tasks as carry mysterious bundles of sticks from point A to point B.
Look at her face! She is totally aware that Atom is not a doll and is a real person but tiny, and she is just smashing him into that table!
I don’t think that she’s going to let him put on a hard hat so that he can avoid more bumps. I think she is just going to beat him unconcious.
Lois doesn’t hear the news. She makes the news.
That said, it’s still really strange (and hilarious!) that sometimes Lois is a hard hitting reporter, and sometimes she’s just a woman with a box on her head. (Or, as one faithful reader pointed out, has a metal box on her head.)
Wow! She personally built another whole room? That’s pretty impressive.
I guess she’s a bit more of a handywoman than I thought!
Tomahawk needed help from at least three people to make his shabby not-wolf-proof house.
And so we end today’s page of The Super Dictionary. Some might say there weren’t enough variations of the word “build” on today’s page. Some might say there were too little.
All we know is that they did take up most of the page.
But let’s ponder on that another time, and I hope you come back tomorrow for more action packed adventures of heroes performing the mundane!
Check out under the cut to see today’s unchopped page!
What use would Aquaman be for building a bridge? Get the fish out of the way? Make sure they don’t get attacked by sharks?
I guess he could help do some of the legwork underwater, but he’s just one man. And he’s a man whose own kingdom means a lot more to him than the surface world.
But I guess this is 1970s Aquaman, so he’s much more buddy-buddy with landlubbers.