A Daily Dose of the 1970s in Action
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And sometimes they just need to have some good old fashioned fun. In costume.
How…obscure of you, Super Dictionary.
Were they playing hockey? I can only assume so, but maybe they were just racing on the ice. I’m a little surprised Wonder Woman took part, but The Super Dictionary seems a little surprised by this turn of events too.
Well that doesn’t exactly inspire confidence in Wonder Woman’s piloting abilities if she only feels capable of teaching elementary flying. But I guess her plane does all the flying for her.
You forgot to bold “18” Super Dictionary! How are kids going to know what “eighteen” means if you don’t bold its synonym/number format?!
On my first read through of this definition, I thought that last sentence said “One of them is a dangerous spider.”
Which didn’t make any sense at all.
But then I reread and realized it was just really awkwardly phrased.
Wonder Woman’s BUTT that is.
(Okay, probably her boobs, but hey, it’s young Dick, it might be either. Or both! A budding Liefeld, if you would.)
Why can’t she be dreaming about fighting dragons and kicking ass?
Or maybe this is her dream.
She dreams of being a giant floating head (The Sun? The Moon?) over Paradise Island.
While Diana contemplates her subconscious homesickness, we end today’s page of The Super Dictionary. Come back tomorrow for more fun loving definitions!
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She just knocked out Supergirl.
I’m really surprised that Hippolyta let Diana have dolls of men.
I’m more surprised that she somehow has dolls of people who aren’t even heroes yet.
Hmm…maybe The Super Dictionary should have specified that a “doll” is a toy that resembles a human. Because just calling it a “toy” puts it in the running to be a synonym for a toy truck. And that’s awkward.
(Supergirl Costume Tally: 8! Finally! But only because of what must be a coloring error because otherwise, Supergirl, when did you think spray-tanning your legs would be a good idea. Oh, and her shirt sleeves are shorter and she seems to be missing the deep V-neck of her 1970s costume.)
What friend? I only see Wonder Woman and her star-spangled butt.
And I don’t think that’s how anyone dives. In fact, that’s a really bad way to dive, especially from a high place, because you could break your neck doing that.
I wonder if there were any Super Dictionary related child deaths due to bad advice from this books. Hopefully not!
I like that this implies that Wonder Woman doesn’t really want to answer that question because she gets it all the time, but she answers it anyway because she doesn’t want to sound like a bitch.
Especially since the answer is the complicated, “No, I control it with my mind and it’s easy,” which only leads to further questions about how the jet works.
When someone says “delight” or “delighted” that many times in the same paragraph, they usually don’t really mean it. I’m sure Hippolyta has cottoned on to your insincerity.
Looking at Hippolyta though, I’m amused by the super clunky crown they gave her, and the weird neck collar thing. It really sets off that 1960s hairdo she’s got going on.
(And who’s the chick with the pink hair? I don’t know any pink-haired Amazons, do you?)
While Diana tries to get out of spending more time with her mother than she really wants to, we’ll end today’s page. Come back tomorrow for more exciting times with The Super Dictionary!
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