I can’t wait to find out!
Wow, I don’t know if I want to see what Wonder Woman saw before she faced away from those men. She looks pretty shocked and disgusted by whatever it was, and that mustachioed guy in the background looks pretty pleased with himself.
Or maybe she just did something stupid or embarrassing, like farting, and that blond guy just told her she was caught on Candid Camera.
We’ll never know, I guess.
Seriously, Diana, that eye twitching face is telling me that either you just did something absolutely disgusting on national (okay this is the 70s, regional) television, or that guy in the back just flashed you and wobbled his junk at you.
Oops! Life got the better of me again, and I really slacked off on…everything.
FIXING THIS NOW.
Tune in later today for the return of The Super Dictionary, starting with the penultimate page of the letter E!
For real! The posts are all queued up and everything.
I’m just going to assume that it is.
Also I’m assuming that he just sets his cakes on fire and laughs maniacally. To cover his pain because nobody comes to his birthday parties.
Lex Luthor has no friends.
He has 0 friends.
That’s as many as zero tens.
And that’s terrible.
Catwoman, I hate to tell you this…but I think those cats are already sleeping. The “big sleep” if you know what I mean. Otherwise, why would you need to dust them with a feather duster?
And with that, we have the perfect ending to the letter “D”. Come back tomorrow to join me in the adventures of the letter “E”! Who knows what fun we’ll find there.
Check out under the cut for today’s unchopped page!
I don’t know what’s better, this one or the ducks. Either way, I love you Super Dictionary.
This is a fabulous start to the last page of “D”.
Hal, what is with you and ducks? First custom order duck toys, now a whole duck under your arm. I think we need to have a talk.
And what other ducks? Ollie clearly does not have any ducks because he’s way too busy running away from a mob.
In any case, GL’s about to get clotheslined.
(I’m picturing a Benny Hill-esque chase scene. I probably wouldn’t be, except for the duck.)
I know ~somebody~ who will like this definition. :D
I want to spoil you all with it, but then I won’t be left with a finale for the letter D.
In any case, you should totally go follow The Super Dictionary so you can go see it.
I know you just want to impress Batman, Robin, but there are probably better ways to get his attention than crashing the Batmobile.
And Batman, how could you overlook something so simple as the fact that Robin can’t actually drive. Because now you’re not getting your quiet drive. You’re getting a busted Batmobile.
(Look at that thing. I mean, Robin probably dented the bumper running it off that bridge, but how is it curved like that? And what are you guys doing? Preparing to eject?)
Haven’t reblogged a Robin-Just-Wants-Your-Love-Bruce definition in a while, and this one is great.
Well no one may have drowned near you, Aquaman, but that doesn’t really keep it from happening other places.
Did I miss a cameo from Spider-Man? Your feet seem stuck to the ground/ocean with some webs.
And wow, what a grim word to include, Super Dictionary. Were you just really looking for some more things for Aquaman to do?
Also: kudos on your stellar disguise for Mera. Making her blonde and giving her flippers will totally make her look like not-Mera. The crown and the earrings don’t give it away at all. It’s almost as good as your disguise for Garth as Aquaman’s “young friend.”
Oh, Super Dictionary. I don’t think you’re fooling anyone with that blonde hair and those flippers.
What friend? I only see Wonder Woman and her star-spangled butt.
And I don’t think that’s how anyone dives. In fact, that’s a really bad way to dive, especially from a high place, because you could break your neck doing that.
I wonder if there were any Super Dictionary related child deaths due to bad advice from this books. Hopefully not!
I didn’t know that diving had a sound effect. And if it does, I didn’t know it was “ZOOOMmm.”
You learn* something every day!