I do these posts a day in advance, and trying to get out of the office in anticipation of a four-day weekend is no easy feat, so here are some panels from our pal Robert Gillis!
First off, Robert notices a theme developing here. Check out Lois Lane #1:
Okay, Lois has lost her marbles for some reason, and we can't confront her with reality or that will really jack her up for some reason. Got it? Good. Three months later in the same title:
So, if comics are to be believed (and I have no reason to think they aren't), the best thing to do for someone who has a loose grip on reality is to go to any lengths to humor their delusion.
Apparently, it isn't just a woman-thing. Cue Adventure Comics #224:
See? You can inconvenience an entire town for this.
And I realize doctors tend to have a God complex, but ol' Doc Greene is pretty dang bossy, from where I'm sitting.
But if it's for Pa Kent, you may want to give him a pass. He's apparently a very good assistant. Cue Adventure Comics #251:
My son is dying and everything, but I have a task to do, dammit! If Clark wanted me to stay with him at his death-bed, he would have specified that!
And of course, no look at Superman would be complete without further proof that he is a complete tool. Cue Lois Lane #28!:
... if I do say so myself. And apparently, I do.
Thanks for getting me out of here, Robert!
See you tomorrow!