Here's a moment from
Adventures of Superman v2 #26 that I don't understand:
Pretty self-explanatory, right? Someone whose name I forget puts bad mojo on Superham via a vodoo doll. So, bad things happen to the doll means bad things happen to Superham, right?
So, why is everything all better when the doll gets all squooshed like that? Wouldn't that trauma be transferred to Superham and kill him even if the doll was destroyed in the process?
And I'm not just picking on Superham here (though it does come quite naturally to me). Any time I see a story with a voodoo doll I can't help but think the person who is affected by the doll should be going to great lengths to be certain that doll comes to no harm whatsoever.
I dunno.... any voodoo practitioners out there who want to field this one?
Meanwhile, let's check out the best Random Slap (tm!) ever, from Flash v2, #22!:
When Wally West slaps you, you know you've been slapped!
And check out Suicide Squad: From the Ashes:
That's right. Someone finally slaps Amanda Waller.
Until she regains consciousness:
I love Amanda Waller. Off to the Character Hall of Fame with her!
See you tomorrow!