.... does not appreciate your jeers and comments. Her title lasted longer than every Nova solo title combined, so she'd appreciate a little respect.
Meanwhile, let's check out this head-scratcher from Lois Lane #2:
I'm not trying to say women aren't techno-savy, but I find it's a lot more effective when I'm recording to use a recording device. What you have there, Lois, is what some big city folks called a record player. I know it has the word "record" in it, so it's kinda confusing, but try to remember the term "player."
A couple of issues later, they kind of figured that out:
Now you youngsters may not remember things like tape-recording, but before everything went all digity-wigity, that's what we had. However, you couldn't tell what was on a particular portion of the tape by just looking at it, which is obviously what Jimmy is doing here.
Keep at it, ladies! You'll get caught up!
Let me tell you a little something about Peg:
Peg is going to spend her 20's and 30's lamenting that there aren't any nice, normal, thoughtful guys out there. During this period, Elmer will never cross her mind. If someone reminds her, she'll simply give a dismissive, "Oh, Elmer. Yeah, he was okay." Because that's how women roll.
Meanwhile, Elmer has been happily married for years, causing women around him (who knew a boy just like Elmer at one point in their own lives) to say, "All the good ones are taken."
This has been a public service announcement from Comics Make No Sense, brought to you by Lois Lane, Godzilla, and the letter "Q."
See you tomorrow!