A Graphical Sorbet
Between Tarot, early 90s X-Men, and last night's delve into the poorly-printed madness of Charlton Comics, there's been a lot of negativity here on the ISB, and while I'm perfectly happy to sit here taking potshots at massive, slow-moving targets like that motley lineup, I don't really want to be known as that one comics blogger who complains all the time.
So to that effect, I'd like to post something to break things up a little bit tonight, something pure and joyful to cleanse the palate, as it were. But what?
Ah yes. That'll do, Lois. That'll do.
Incidentally, I do feel compelled to mention that that story--"The Truth Mirror!" from Action Comics #269--involves Lois getting Merlin the Wizard's magic mirror, a priceless artifact which always reveals the truth and which saves her life on two occasions, and is then chucked into a volcano by Superman so that nobody'll find out his secret identity.
Okay, so maybe I'm not done complaining. But really, that one was asking for it.
Keeping up his once-per-epoch update schedule, Mark Hale has used the above picture to make a fantastic comic strip joke. Dig it!