Still on All-Flash Quarterly #1. Jay needed all those pages to finally realize he was putting Joan's life at risk.
Gee, Jay... ya think? I'd say the horse is already out of the barn on that one. And I don't think you can consider everything all sunshine and sausages once this particular case has concluded. I suspect everyone this side of Vandal Savage is going to take a shot at Joan if they're paying any kind of attention.
Every once in a blue moon, I stumble upon a character I've never heard of in my forty-plus years of comic nerdlingerdom. "Butch McLobster" is just such a character:
I spared you the rest of the two page strip because it was pretty lame. But that's a bitchin' name Butch McLobster has there. If DC revives him, you'll know where they got the idea.
You know what another great name for a character would be? The Prostrate Cowboy:
Well, I think it would be a cool name. Although I've caught myself singing, "Some people call me the Prostrate Cowboy... some people call me the gangster of looooove.... SOME PEOPLE CALL ME MAURIIIIICE..."
Okay, I'm finished with that now.
Another thing that I enjoy about rifling through really old comics is the window into the time in which they were published. For example, I've never heard this expression before:
I admit, I've no idea what a "gink" is. I'm a little afraid to Google it. I Googled an expression I had never heard and it turned out to be a racial slur. I felt like a creep for Googling it, so I'm just going to hope for the best with this one.
Hey! It's time for Fun with Out of Context Dialogue! (tm!)
Okay, I'm going to pull back on the camera a little. You've had the chuckle already, so look at the whole thing:
The Golden Age Flash had some kind of "invisibility" setting that he used a lot, and I'm just having a hard time with it. I mean, he looks like he's a miniature tornado there. Seriously, the guy has no idea that something whirling around next to him? Shenanigans!
But don't mess with the Flash. He will take you down, my friend. Like out of the picture. And he'll make it look like natural causes:
Wow, that's hardcore. Although I wonder how he was planning on pulling that off? Maybe take him to Carl's Jr.? I'll be he was going to take him to Carl's Jr. and tell him to order that weird "pulled pork on a burger" thing. That would do it. It would take a little time, though.
See you tomorrow!