Before we depart from Superman #4, let me remind you:
He still wasn't flying.
I'm not an artist by any standards, but I would think that just drawing Superman flying would be a lot easier than all this jumping, climbing, hanging, etc....
Anyway, off to Bulletman #11. Check it out:
Yes, the Fiddler. But not the one we all know who was a Golden Age Flash villain for decades. This Fiddler (and no, he wasn't "Fiendish Fiddler." Just "Fiddler.") came out a few years before the one we all know. Although, just to be complete, he came out a few months after the Violinist.
I have a question about Bulletman:
Are he and Bulletgirl bulletproof somehow? Or can they only shrug off bullets if an enemy is obliging enough to aim for their helmets? I'm still a little lost on the powers Bulletman gave himself.
So, how did the Fiddler end up?
Well, he had a good argument that his confession was given under coercion, but it appears he didn't have faith in the legal system:
Hmmmm... you know, I'm pretty sure Bulletman or Bulletgirl could have grabbed the Fiddler before bailing out of the brain if they had wanted to.
If they had wanted to. Let this be a lesson to all of us.
What are you saying Bulletgirl? Are you planning on killing every bad guy who crosses your path? That's pretty tough talk for someone who was almost killed by the Dude.
See you tomorrow!