What Was Ray Thinking?
I picked up the first two Atom Archives, and as those of you who like your reprints in a more bludgeon-like black-and-white format will no doubt discover this June, those stories are nothing but a tiny little man in one crazy situation after another.
Really, it's no wonder that he ended up stomping around a comatose Batman's head and kicking him in the cortex until he decided to get up and go fight some crime, what with all the getting shot out of slingshots, trapped inside light bulbs, and traveling back in time to help Sinbad's grandson beat some guys up. But like a lot of those Silver Age Archives, it tends to raise a lot more questions than it answers.
Specifically, What's Ray Thinking?
I think he's probably dwelling on the fact that this sort of thing tends to happen with alarming regularity...
...while the internet's own Mark Hale stopped by from his home in the year 2000 to show us how edgy Ray Palmer really is:
What do you think, readers?
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