Can you believe we've gone through 50 issues of All-Star Comics? I can't either, but here it is!
We are but one finger away from making this the best cover ever. You know there's a version of this cover on the cutting room floor of DC Comics where the giant disembodied hand is flipping the bird to everyone.
No, Al! Don't ask for details! ... aw, crap.
I'm sure Al is very popular with nursing home residents, but when someone is about to segue into what will no doubt be a long, drawn-out story, you say, "I'd love to hear about it sometime," which means, "Don't tell me this story, ever."
Boy, Green Lantern is the worst guy in the world to keep a secret. You want information about Jay Garrick? Well, let me introduce you to a guy who looks and sounds exactly like Jay Garrick and wears no real disguise whatsoever! Make sure you get a good look at him, because when you meet Jay Garrick, you'll be certain he's the Flash, whom you are about to meet! It'll be uncanny!
Tantalize us with the promise of a long story? Man, Black Canary, what kind of grandparent issues do you and the Atom have, anyway?
Nothing can save this story.... unless its Wonder Woman dancing for no reason:
Ah, there we go.
Little-Known Super-Power Hall of Fame:
Dr. Mid-Nite and the Black Canary can apparently communicate with each other telepathically under water. Who knew?
More than one hero seemed to develop that power whenever it was convenient. Maybe Aquaman isn't as useless as we think. No, he totally is.
You know what they don't give kids enough of these days? Free weaponry.
This is the greatest marketing idea ever:
So, these people will pester your parents for you if you send in their info.
Say, Billy, two large men came over this afternoon and told me they'd kill our whole family if I didn't get you a bike for Christmas. Do you know anything about that?
Gee willikers, Dad. I'm sorry, but I really wanted that bike!
Oh, I can't stay mad at you, ya little rascal! God bless us, every one!
Little-Known Super Power Hall of Fame:
Wow two entries from one comic! I'm prepared to guess the editors knew comics were about to take a dive and were too busy updating their resumes to care about the details here, but when did the Atom and the Flash gain the power of flight?
I've never understood Wonder Woman's ability to fly, but she has done it before and since, so I'm only going to call a technical foul for the Atom and the Flash here.
See you tomorrow!