I don't mind telling you, these last couple of weeks have been cleaning my clock. Thank goodness Robert Gillis came to the rescue!
Here's something that's "quite logical" from Superman Annual #2:
Except, of course, that it isn't even slightly logical, even for Bizarro-logic.
But if you need details, Supergirl is here for you, from Adventure #383:
What in the world did she just say?
Never mind. It's more trouble than I'm sure it's worth.
Well, let's try a short explanation again, from Adventure #333:
I researched this, and I can't find any source that says suns change color, ever. A sun might appear orange when it sets, but that's only because our perspective of the sun has changed.
This is what happens when you chalk everything up to something's color. It never stands the test of logic, even by comic-book standards.
My head hurts. Let's check out the worst criminal mastermind ever, from Lois Lane #17:
Okay, did you catch that? The genius got rid of critical evidence by tearing the piece of paper up and throwing it in his waste basket. THAT, my friends, is someone who is just felony lazy.
Thanks again, Robert!
See you Tuesday!