I was about to put down Action Comics #159 after seeing that, much to my disappointment, Superham and Lois Lane were still alive at the end of their story, when I came upon a "Captain Tootsie" ad. As was often the case, the ad was hiding a nugget of awesome:
I love it when people explain things to kids and then they tell them not to do it. You know that every kid who saw that went out looking for a snake to grab. And yes, I recognize that "snake grabbing" is a euphemism, and a great one at that.
And yes, what Captain Tootsie says would also make for some good Fun with Out of Context Dialogue (tm!) Decisions had to be made.
Meanwhile, I once again found myself finding a legitimate piece of wisdom hidden in a Golden Age comic. Check out this bit from Golden Age Green Lantern #11:
This was actually quite profound. Regardless of income level or social position, everyone benefits when everyone watches out for each other. Nice!
Fellas, never begin a declaration of love with any indication that you're overlooking something about the object of your affections. Just... don't do that.
See you tomorrow!