Sorry about missing yesterday's post, my lovelies. This has been quite a week, and it's just gonna happen sometimes. Better to take a missed day than to stress out about it. If I forgive myself for the occasional missed day, that'll contribute to the overall longevity of the blog. If Mike Sterling can do it, so can I.
So rest assured that a missed post means nothing more than "Adam had a busy day yesterday."
So, although I'm running very low on time today, I did have the chance to peruse All-Flash Quarterly #16.
First, this issue stars a gangster called "The Sinister," which seems like a rather incomplete name. The Sinister what? But I can forgive that, because he had the greatest villain mugshot I've ever seen:
That's right... and the horse you rode in on!
This was actually a pretty fun tale wherein the Three Dimwits actually get a license to practice law. Being of the lawyerly occupationin' myself, this caught my eye.
And frankly, I believed that they made their way through correspondence law school because I went to an actual law school and I saw some people get through that who could have been a descendant of Winky, Blinky or Noddy.
But they went a little too far:
Okay, there's a world of difference between making your way through law school and passing a state bar exam. Bar exams are, to quote Shakespeare, "A MAMMA JAMMA!" There is no way those guys passed a bar exam. Not even the one in Arkansas.
I kid, I kid. Go, Razorbacks!
At first, they go chasing ambulances. Literally. But what piqued my interest was this exchange:
What? I mean, there are rules about advertising, but you can certainly use advertising. I wonder if that was really the case back then?
I can't possibly imagine a world where there are rules that would prevent things like this:
That was pure genius.
Anyhoo, the Dimwits get hired by the Sinister to get him put in jail for 30 days so he can have an alibi. Hilarity ensues:
It was actually a pretty good tale. The Dimwits can make me laugh. Instead of getting the Sinister put in jail like he wanted, they kept getting themselves thrown in jail for their contemptuous behavior. Good stuff.
Sorry I'm a little scattered, but hey. It is what it is.