Take a gander at this thing I found in Bulletman #9:
Eleanor B. Roosevelt was on the Editorial Advisory Board of Bulletman? As was Admiral Byrd?
On the one hand... AWESOME!
On the other hand.... Why isn't this comic a million times better?
I just can't imagine what kind of contributions Eleanor Roosevelt or Admiral Byrd made to this particular publication. I mean, were they so bored in the early 1940's that they had nothing better to do at the time? I'm pretty sure there might have been a couple of things going on in the world theater that would have merited a looksee before deciding whether or not Bulletman should fight the Dude again.
The other guys I can see having some time on their hands, but seriously.... Eleanor Roosevelt and Admiral Byrd?
Hey! It's time for a Random Slap! (tm!)
We give Bulletgirl a lot of grief, but we also tip our collective hat to anyone who knows how to properly administer a Random Slap! (tm!)
Here's some fun from Jimmy Olsen #81, courtesy of Robert Gillis!
You know things are extra serious when a newspaper is surrounded by Disembodied Floating Heads! (tm!)
This can't be right:
Okay, first: Kryptonite radiation is what kills Superman. A super-abundant amount of harmful radiation will do nothing but kill you. There's a world of difference between the harmful effects of radiation and getting zapped by electricity.
Speaking of which, is Jimmy even correct about this?
What? Really? Can anyone confirm this? I'm not even sure who would be an authority on such a thing, and now I've got to know! Is this true at all?
See you tomorrow!