So, I'm leafing my way through Superman #4, trying to contain my disappointment that, due to strained relations between my country and that and Korea, I will most likely never taste a honey butter chip. Seriously. They have figured out how to turn honey butter into a chip, and because of some stupid international diplomacy issue, I have to sit around eating chips made out of potatoes like some kind of chump.
... this is one of Superman's lesser-known powers, and one of the coolest. I mean, the guy can stop his freakin' heart! Logistically, it raises questions because... I mean, does he not need to have his blood flowing throughout his body? If so, why have a heart at all?
Oh, man. I really set that up, didn't I? Take it away!....
Superman still hasn't exactly fine-tuned his powers, which makes a certain amount of sense. Thusly:
Yeah... you don't want bombs falling on innocent people in the street....
... although I'm not sure that large chunks of aircraft debris is really a better option. I suppose I'd rather dodge falling aircraft debris than deal with a large bomb going off in front of me, but not by much.
Anyhoo, still no flying.
And it really is a becoming a problem, because most of Superman's awkward moments tend to revolve around the fact that he's doing aerial maneuvers without actually being able to fly. Thusly:
Okay, I see the necessity here... but that just looks silly. Awesome!
See you Monday!