More Silver-Age Lois Lane comic book madness!

by Robert Gillis
5/2011

What was so special about the silver age of comic books? Read about it HERE

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More random madness, silliness and shenanigans from the Silver Age Lois Lane comic books 🙂


One of the funniest Lois Lane panels EVER.  Never let a woman pilot the nuclear submarine. See also: Deanna Troi.


Lois Lane has died and THE WHOLE UNIVERSE mourns her. Yeah, the green alien guy from the Andromeda Galaxy admired her wit and kindness. He apparently never read any of the stories where Lois got herself into a dangerous situation due to being witless, for example:


Yep, Lois “I wonder what this button does” nearly causes an air disaster as she ejects herself, Clark and Lana into the stratosphere. Ignoring such troublesome concepts such as explosive decompression, oxygen narcosis and death by heat friction, the three soon find themselves in a hidden village and meet the inhabitants — who live the same way as their British ancestors did two thousand years before  Fortunately, the vikings (or whatever) speak a language like modern Welsh, which –wait for it, wait for it — the three Daily Planet reporters have learned.   No offense to the Welsh, but why would three Ameican reporters who live in Metropolis all know modern Welsh?   Reminds me of the time the Simpsons were abduced by space-aliens and Marge compliments Kodos on his excellent English and he replies, “I am actually speaking Rigelian. By an astonishing coincidence, both of our languages are exactly the same.”


That’s pretty cool — Lex Luthor owns a cannon that can fire an object ANYWHERE IN THE UNIVERSE.  I’d use it to send Lindsay Lohan and Charlie Sheen to the Orion Nebula. (Where the aliens all speak modern Welsh, or so I’ve heard).  Speaking of outer space:

THIS is how Superman greets aliens from another world?  Thank God he wasn’t there when the Vulcans met the Earth people in Star Trek: First Contact. And what a sophisticated method of communication: He SHOUTS “super-loud” (in ENGLISH no less) to the SPACE SHIP.   “If you’re an invader, go away!”  God, where was he when the aliens blew up Los Angeles  in “Independence Day?”  Hey, space alien, GO AWAY!  That’ll show em.

Just… wow.

 

We’ve all felt that way, Supes.  That’s all for today 🙂

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