A Daily Dose of the 1970s in Action
"I came for the cakes. I stayed for the comments." – An Official Review from “Anonymous”
I didn’t realize nets were so bouncy. I guess that shows what I know about exercise!
Also that’s a pretty impressive take-off from landing headfirst into that dive. And extra impressive that Hawkman somehow took off before Hawkgirl.
That’s sweet, I guess.
How high are the ceilings in that room that you’re that high above those guys getting into an elevator?
But I can’t argue with that you two are faster than an elevator, though. I’m not really sure that those crooks really thought that through when they tumbled in there.
Poor elevator operator, though.
Shiera, I think that you’re overlooking the fact that that eagle is totally trying to eat you. His claws are going in for the kill on your wings.
You all know why eagles are so important, right?
Because they are AMERICA. Or something.*
*Ben Franklin famously argued in favor of the turkey for our national bird. Not the fat sacks of crap we know as domesticated turkeys — wild turkeys. Those bitches are vicious.
Well they do say that the Egyptians really got us started on that whole “math” thing, and they also say that Hawkman and Hawkgirl are the Thanagarian reincarnations of Thanagarians who got stranded in ancient Egypt. So that’ll do.
I’m glad this isn’t about “dividing” their possessions. I’m getting a little worried about the stability of the Hawk marriage.
And so ends another page of The Super Dictionary. Come back tomorrow for more adventures!
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They’re so tiny that I can’t tell who is who, but I’m just going to assume that Hawkman is accusing Hawkgirl of disappointing him in the future.
Maybe that’s why she was so worried about those mountains looking different on the map. She was worried the map’s inaccuracies would be interpreted as her personal mistakes. It also explains why she was so worried about which corner to meet him at.
Even the slightest mistake will mean she’s disappointing Carter.
Well that’s a pretty shitty map you’ve got there then, Shiera. Are you navigating the skies with a road map? Because of course that’s not going to show you the differences between the mountains. Road maps don’t care. They only care about where cars go!
What you need is to get your hands on some nice military topographical maps. Then you’ll be set.
As Shiera contemplates her dilemma of how mountains are different from how they look on maps, we conclude today’s page of The Super Dictionary. Come back tomorrow for some more jaw-dropping, crab-butt-punching action! (Probably not either of those really.)
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This is pretty cute. And pretty accurate. Sort of. He does fail to mention that she’s his wife in his bio. And then there’s that time that he might just be using her as a Thanagarian shield. And then that other time when he might have been hoping she’d fly into a window like a dumb bird.
This illustration really shows how much more doofy Carter’s helmet is than Shiera’s.
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.