A Daily Dose of the 1970s in Action
"I came for the cakes. I stayed for the comments." – An Official Review from “Anonymous”
Why do you want to find him, Lex?
Is it to show off your sweet gyropter?
Did you want to share a cake with him?
Maybe so you can comb his luxuriant locks?
Or did you just want to bug him so much he turns this car around?
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 I’m not going there.
Yes! Trapped him and made him run a comb through his LUXURIANT LOCKS.
On the other hand, why the hell would Superman even go to Lex’s house and not expect a trap? The Super Dictionary’s Superman is awfully stupid.
Oh wait, that’s right. King Creepy McCreeperson was taken hostage. For once the “look up ____” actually connected to the word to look up!
I can’t decide if Lex just stares longingly at people when they comb their hair in public or if he kidnaps them and forces them to comb their hair so he can watch with that weird leer on his face.
You know. This one.
I do like to imagine Lex just spying on people as they fix their hair and sobbing into his arms, lovingly remembering his collection of combs. The pearl-handled one. The diamond-encrusted one. The one-of-a-kind Ming Dynasty porcelain one.
Man, that would make defeating Lex super easy. Superman should just whip out a comb and run it through his thick, black locks and watch Lex dissolve into a snotty, tear-stained mess!
With Lex Luthor’s super-weakness unveiled, we conclude today’s page of The Super Dictionary! Come back tomorrow for more adventures with our heroes!
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I think the last time that happened, we were watching the Joker refuse to tell us his age.
I love that Superman is trying to scold Luthor into telling him his evil scheme. I’m half expecting his next line to be, “If you don’t tell me what you’re planning right now, young man, I AM TURNING THIS CAR RIGHT AROUND AND WE ARE GOING HOME.”
On the other hand, bwah, Lex’s face looks super creepy.
I think it’s that guy behind you. The one who probably gave you the red earmuffs you’re wearing.
I like to think that Lex is ineffectually sneaking up on Supergirl with a rope in the hopes of tying her up, and Supergirl is just letting him get close enough so she can punch his lights out.
She does have super hearing, after all.
This concludes today’s page of The Super Dictionary!
Come back tomorrow for another set of definitions. Will we have more special guests? Will we see more predatory action?
You won’t know unless you tune in tomorrow!
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That dastardly fellow! Breaking windows! I can’t think of anything more evil and mischievous than breaking windows.
And we all know that broken things can’t be fixed!
As I keep shaking my head at possibly the more evil thing that’s happened in this book so far (okay except for the time Joker robbed a bank), we conclude today’s page of The Super Dictionary.
Thanks for sticking around through this (brief) hiatus! Come back tomorrow for more 1970s style education!
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I’m just going to assume that it is.
Also I’m assuming that he just sets his cakes on fire and laughs maniacally. To cover his pain because nobody comes to his birthday parties.