Today's panels are brought to us by the sharp eyes of helpful readers!
The first one comes from Robert Gillis, who saw this in Adventure Comics #188. While we normally look at panels, sometimes you just need to see the whole page:
First, that was one slow fall down the stairs if you had time to say all that on the way down.
Second, why isn't anyone taking this man to a hospital? He has a head injury and is delusional! Of course, this is Clark's idea:
Clark, your father hit his head and doesn't know who he is! He could have a concussion! We have to get him to a doctor!
Hold on, Ma! He thinks he's a matador. I want to see how this plays out....
I have nothing against Pa Kent, but wouldn't it be awesome if Pa went out back and tried to fight a real bull? They live on a farm, you know. I'm sure there's a bull out there somewhere. If he croaked, Clark could blame himself and go through some much-needed self-assessment.
Still no offers from DC to write comics for them. Can you believe it? Dan Didio won't even accept my Facebook friend request. These awesome ideas just dribbling down the figurative drain. It's a crime, really.
This panel came from first-time contributor Lorenzo, from the first issue of the 1980's Moon Knight series:
That's right, my friends: Dancing is a fate worse than death. They can skin you alive, boil you in oil, or bury you up to your neck in an anthill, but pray that they don't make you dance.
Actually, watching me dance is a fate worse than death, but I digress.
Another one from Robert Gillis. Check this guy out:
Every culture thinks theirs is the best, so that's uncomfortably true to a large degree. But this guy loses his mind over bubble gum. Seriously? We've got the atomic bomb, you know. We could shut that guy up easily without relying on bubble gum.
What the heck: We have bubble gum! U.S.A.! U.S.A.!
Thanks again for the assist, Robert and Lorenzo!
And if you want to help me out with funny things you find, please send them to comicsmakenosense (at) gmail (dot) com!
See you tomorrow!