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LOL!! Thanks for stopping by the chat, Pat. Sorry I had to go.
Isn't it wonderful how slowly things fall in comics? They've had a whole conversation about that falling hanky, and it's only about 6 inches closer to the ground than it was when it started.Also, is it just me, or is Superman "rescuing" that hanky at the expense of stopping a tornado?
I don't know about you but I can't wait to turn to the second page following to see if he catches the hanky in time!
lol thats so funny
David, a tornado that had just swallowed a bus and an armored car. Rich, he catches the hankie, but the tornado grabs his hand and won't let go. This becomes a key plot point in the story, Superman realizes that the tornado is swallowing green things; the bus was green as was the money inside the armored car, and Lois' hankie.Enjoyed the chat, Aaron; just wish I'd remembered about DST. Thanks for the comment, The Beaty.
A green hankie? Well, I suppose that cuts back on the frequency of washings, but yuck.I sincerely hope Superman's lack of perspective is a key plot point, otherwise it's pretty hard to accept him leaving a bus and car to their fates for the sake of chivalry.Really hoping there's a "Tornado...won't...let go...of the hanky!" panel for you to follow this one up with.
Panel? It made the cover!http://www.comics.org/issue/19150/cover/4/?style=defaultIt reminds me of the time Homer Simpson got his arm stuck in a vending machine. The medics were about to saw his arm off when it occurred to one of them to suggest that Homer let go of the soda can.--Jim
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