A Daily Dose of the 1970s in Action
"I came for the cakes. I stayed for the comments." – An Official Review from “Anonymous”
Blah blah blah. I’ll ruin the surprise for you.
Maybe he made her laugh with his gross food?
Maybe he’s crying inside as he’s running away from her, because he was trying to be impressive and she just laughed.
Way back from “did” we had a mystery! Now we know the answer!
Well let’s take a look at what “did” actually said, shall we?
Hmmm. Well. I’d say that my guesses of “Joker sprays acid all over the trap and/or Batgirl” and “Joker laughs” weren’t too far off. He certainly sprayed Batgirl with some laughing gas, and he’s certainly laughing to himself.
Though that’s a little terrifying because Joker’s laughing gas either permanently paralyzes a smile onto the victims face or murders them, depending on which version of the gas you’re using.
Oh gosh! I have no idea! And we won’t know for some time. What a conundrum.
Possible solutions to this mystery:
But what on Earth does “did” mean anyway?! I guess we’ll have to wait to find out what The Super Dictionary makes of this innocuous but crucial helping verb.
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.
Seriously, that boxing glove must have just been perching on top of his umbrella, and the only thing hidden was that…spring? I guess that’s what that’s supposed to be.
And Penguin, you are being so presumptuous calling yourself “crazier than Batman.” He never said he was crazy. (He totally is.) Also, Penguin is arguably the sanest of Batman’s rogues gallery. He manages to run an above-board nightclub while also running a gang. He just happens to enjoy bird themed things.
You though, Joker, are just totally creepy looking. And you are definitely the craziest.
Well he could…But he wouldn’t be very happy.
I’m not really sure why the contraction of “could not” deserved its own definition, but oh well. It’s done now.
Someone spent a lot of time drawing hearts, diamonds, spades, and clubs on all of the Joker’s decor.
What the hell? Bruce what are you doing? Why are you apparently on your knees in the Joker’s very 1970s casino-themed living room threatening to punch him I guess?
And where’s your cape? And where’s your right fist coming from? It’s just kind of floating there.
On the other hand, apparently Krypto is winning at Warners! The Daily News never lies!
I think the Joker does consider himself a clown. After all, he does hold the title “The Clown Prince of Crime,” in classic bad-pun form.
But I’m not sure I want Joker anywhere near a circus full of people.
I like his Michael Jackson pose, though. I’m waiting for him to just break into a moonwalk!
And so, as we contemplate the hell Joker would unleash in a circus, we end today’s page of The Super Dictionary! Come back tomorrow for more craziness!
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Just look at his face! He’s so pissed off that he’s climbing the stupid building!
Why did Catwoman ask him to climb it in the first place? Isn’t climbing stuff her specialty or something?
Or was it just to see if he would? Because I wouldn’t put that past her.
And why is there smoke coming off the Joker’s foot in that one…image of him, anyway? Did a shoe rocket go off ineffectually? Is it actually marshmallow goo? So many questions! So few answers.