A Daily Dose of the 1970s in Action
"I came for the cakes. I stayed for the comments." – An Official Review from “Anonymous”
I can’t tell if Superbaby is crying or yelling “PRAAAAISE JESUS!”
It could be either.
I’m not really sure how Ma Kent didn’t notice that Superbaby was crying for so long that there was a literal river of tears, though. Maybe she was out in the fields.
Hopefully Ma Kent will be able to console Superbaby in time before he floods the farm, but come back tomorrow to find out the truth! Or just come back tomorrow for more crazy definitions from The Super Dictionary!
Check out under the cut for today’s full page!
Now if there are two villains in this book who deserve to be “crowned,” it’s these guys. Compared to Lex and Joker, Penguin is nothin’.
Once again, The Super Dictionary actually does its job. I know, I’m surprised too.
(But which crown do I mean?)
Whoa there, Super Dictionary! Are you advocating murdering the Penguin? That’s pretty harsh. And totally against Batman’s principles.
This book is very bad at getting Catwoman’s character right. She doesn’t just go hang out with them in their cages or put them in circuses, and she definitely wouldn’t ride a tiger.
(I would though.)
Okay, I see. That’s what Catwoman was doing in that tiger’s cage. She was getting ready to free them. I guess there were some normal tigers in there with the white tigers.
Oh there we go! That solves all of Firehair’s problems. I guess Shiera travels back in time and helps Firehair shoo the crows away from the crops that he’s fenced off.
Again, these “starred” definitions seem very arbitrary. I’d think that “cross” should get one, but it didn’t. But “crow” does. Odd.
In fact, that looks a lot like the cross of the Christian church. You’re not very good at drawing X’s on your ship, Jonna.
And I’d say that it’s not just some of your enemies who are “cross” with you, Jonna. It’s probably all of them. That’s part of what makes them enemies.
And so, with that rousing and meandering definition of the word “cross” we conclude today’s page of The Super Dictionary! Come back tomorrow for more space adventures!
Check out under the cut for today’s unchopped page!
It’s always Firehair this and Firehair that. Doesn’t anyone else do any work around here?
Not a bad idea. It’s always a good plan to protect your corn crops!
That fence won’t stop the crows though.
Has this suddenly become a horror story? Is the croaking actually coming from zombie frogs? Or a giant monster frog?
All that hatching makes me think yes.
(And why is that butterfly so prominent?)
Nobody takes Superman’s woman, Jimmy. NOBODY.
You try to woo her with a crisper apple? Superman gives her the CRISPEST.