A Daily Dose of the 1970s in Action
"I came for the cakes. I stayed for the comments." – An Official Review from “Anonymous”
Just one ice cube isn’t going to make your lemonade any cooler, Batgirl. You’re going to need at least three or four to get anywhere with that.
Good! Because Batgirl is brave!
Way braver than Supergirl is, anyway.
Look at that fabulous choker and collared v-neck! And her extra batty bat ears on her cowl! The perfect outfit for any special occasion!
I do love that Babs is apparently nonchalantly leaving her own party. Everyone seems to be waving goodbye as Batgirl wanders away with her hat (???), whistling a tuneless tune.
That guy in the orange jacket looks like he’s just realized something. Maybe Batgirl was grilling him and he accidentally let something slip. And now Batgirl is leaving before he realizes how cunning she was.
I also love this guy:
But while I was zoomed in, the man I assumed was Bruce or Dick turns out to be Spock!
You never told us you were friends with such well known people, Barbara!
So maybe while Babs is off fighting corporate espionage, we’ll just cozy up to Spock and learn all his Vulcan secrets. Come back tomorrow for another action packed page from The Super Dictionary!
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What kind of trap has you falling into a net and through the air?
I don’t understand.
I guess a little more light-hearted than Batman and Robin’s bet. And a slightly different use of the word caught than the one they used for catch.
But kisses are nicer.
I bet that Robin didn’t send Batgirl a birthday card. I bet he sent her a looooove card.
ROBIN AND BATGIRL SITTIN’ IN A TREE. K-I-S-S-I-N-G.
In case the previous Batfam mystery of the borrowing wasn’t enough:
No really. I really want to know why. Is this some kind of do or die hanging? Batgirl hanging from Catwoman’s ankle as they dangle over the streets of Gotham, waiting for Batman or Robin to inevitably save them? Or are they just hanging out hanging from buildings on their respective whip and grapple?
I NEED ANSWERS!
Why did he need to borrow Barbara’s TV? I’m sure that Wayne Manor has like eight million televisions that are twenty times better than anything you can actually buy in a regular store. Because you know where Batgirl’s TV came from?
A normal store. Not for millionaires.
And what else did you need to borrow from Batgirl? If anything, this definition should be reversed. Because I can at least see the sense in Batgirl borrowing something from Batman. Even if a TV is still a kind of enigmatic thing to borrow.
I hate to break it to you, Babs, but I’m not sure you’re ever getting those things back. Something tells me that Bruce is the kind of borrower who borrows for keepsies.
Aw, the first time I read this I thought it said Supergirl. I’m kind of disappointed that it doesn’t, because that would just be funnier.
But it’s true that Batgirl has a strong body. Because she’s a Bat. And that’s what the Bats do. Turn their fragile mortal bodies into supreme fighting machines.
Supergirl could totally lift you like a specific set of weights.
I didn’t know Supergirl was a carpenter. You learn something new every day!
So is Supergirl lifting the bench with El Dragón, Batgirl, and Flash, or is she just across from them showing off holding up two different, empty benches? If she’s lifting one with people, I hope that’s not the one she’s likely to drop, because that would be rude.