Some weirdness from Action Comics #119:
I'm not sure what's involved in "muscle shrinkage." I mean, flexing wouldn't shrink your muscles, so did he somehow dehydrate his muscles, turning himself into walking beef jerky? That would be gross.
This one tickled me a bit:
I padded the suit, Lois... with my real muscles! Note the fullness of the crotchal region...
I still don't understand this:
Yeah, the Flash did it, too. How is it possible to follow something if you're moving so fast you can't be seen? Wouldn't Superham zip right past the helicopter? Of course he would! This just seems like lazy writing.
And now, courtesy of Golden Age Green Lantern #10, we have another installment of Well... Touche! (tm!):
Well... Touche! (tm!)
Since I seem to be focused on things I don't understand, check out what I believe is the first time we see the 24 hour time limit on GL's ring:
That never made a lot of sense to me, either. So, if he only uses the ring to comb his hair once or twice, it'll fizzle after 24 hours. If he uses it to dam Lake Hudson, it'll work for 24 hours. I'm not a GL nerd, but I think this has been corrected to be based on energy expenditures and not an arbitrary time limit, but it was that way for a good 50 years.
See you Monday!