Monday, September 22, 2008
The underrated power of super-sarcasm.
As a dyed-in-the-wool Superman fan, you know what I truly believe the Superman Comics need more of?
A) More Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez art.
B) More of Superman correcting super-villains' math.
C) More Superman sarcastically calling his enemies "Genius."
"Yes, I overcame your red-sun laser, Luthor, because it was ohhh ever so scary. I've ne-e-e-ever seen a red sun la-a-a-aser before."
From DC Comics Presents #4 (that's a Metal Men issue)
at 8:56 AM
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