Have I told you to pick up Black Adam: The Dark Age mini-series? I haven't? Well, you oughta. Get on it, and tell me in the comments why Black Adam is the best-revived character since the Ted Kord Blue Beetle was brought into the DCU back in the '80s. And, while you're at it, try and point me towards a Marvel book that isn't complicated and boring besides Heroes for Hire. Are they still printing Heroes for Hire?
Enough of that.... on with some random goodness from contributor sPat!
Excuse me.... what? So, am I to understand that if I listen to a record from a distance played by a plutonium needle, I'll get radiation poisoning? Because that's the same logic here. Shenanigans!
sPat tells me these guys were trying to pull Arthur's fishy leg here, but I would think anyone would smell a scam when someone says that wearing a garden variety cloth surgical mask is protecting their entire body from radiation.
The big question: Would it protect Superboy from the noises emanating from the kryptonite phonograph? See? I'm not afraid to ask the big questions around here....
Oh, great. In the future, there's no Earth to speak of, but kids are still going to pester me to buy White Cloverine.
White Cloverine.... the salve of the future. It will make your neighbor's flesh tender when the food is all gone and we resort to cannibalism.
Goodness, I need a vacation....
Here's a prediction of robotics from 1956. I'm not sure what stoking the furnace was, but I have a babysitting machine. I call it "the television."
Was that really a common thing back in 1956? And taking out ashes? No wonder elderly people are so bitter....
Now is the time in which we dance!