A Daily Dose of the 1970s in Action
"I came for the cakes. I stayed for the comments." – An Official Review from “Anonymous”
Oh, you mean the magic window she pulls bunnies out of? Fair enough.
I wonder what she does to work on her magic powers. Just generally mess around in the time stream?
Maybe we can blame Conjura for the reboot. I know Barry was the one really responsible, but maybe her time shenanigans set the whole mess into motion!
I’d say that Conjura has more than enough time to get back home, seeing as she has a magic time amulet.
Or did you forget that, Super Dictionary?
I bet it was Hal’s fault.
SEE WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU USE YOUR POWERS FOR LAZINESS HAL? YOU MAKE OTHER PEOPLE’S LIVES A MISERY.
But seriously, this is the vaguest possible definition for “electricity.” Or “electric” for that matter. For all we know, “electricity” is another word for “magic.”
So concludes another page of The Super Dictionary. Hopefully Conjura will be okay and use her
Zatanna magic powers to turn the electricity back on in no time. Join us next time for more adventures from The Super Dictionary!
Check out under the cut for today’s unchopped page!
Pay no attention to that second definition behind the curtain! (We’ll get to El Dragón’s egg adventures later.)
So…is the cliff…the top panel border? Did you make yourself super tiny or something? Because that rope is huge. Even by normal human hand standards. Is that really just a piece of kitchen twine that you cut with a normal size knife while you were being tiny?
This definition really just raises more questions than it answers. All because you tried to illustrate it.
For shame, Super Dictionary. For shame.
Conjura, why didn’t you just use your
Zatanna powers to find your money?
I mean, I guess we wouldn’t have gotten this sparkling definition of the word “drawer.”
And now I know! A “drawer” is a “place like a box that pulls out from [a] desk”!
I’m not sure I’ve ever heard a drawer described as a place like a box. I’ll have to keep that one in mind.
Ignore that rogue Krypto in the corner. He is of no importance. (He’s part of the next definition.)
Other than that, nothing of note here. I’m sure Conjura always does her best. Her best is just kind of strange sometimes.
It is magic, though.
That is…a really random way to define a dime. I mean, it’s better than the actual dime itself, which doesn’t tell you its value anywhere on the coin, but still. Really random to turn it into a frog instead of, I don’t know, using it to buy a piece of gum?
(By the way, no frogs were harmed in the making of this definition, Mr. Dime’s head is just in the gutter of the page, which makes for tough scanning.)
And so, with another baffling definition to send us off, we conclude this page of The Super Dictionary. Come back tomorrow for more money madness (and we’ll see if there are anymore songs in store for me to earworm into your heads.)
Check out under the cut for today’s whole page!
Woah! I never knew that drinking a cupful of something would make me invisible! I’ll have to give it a try next time I have a nice big cup of anything. Probably coffee. That looks like coffee to me.
Okay. I have no reason to not believe that. After all, Zatanna could do magic when she was a child too, and Conjura has the same powers as her plus a magic amulet.