“…Birdwatchers are perplexed as to why they fail to spot the species day after day.”
Yeah and that’s so stupid having those two fight each other when any earthling wouldn’t stand a chance against Superman unless he had kryptonite.
May the Lord be with you as He is with me.
So who one? Ali or Kal-El?
Did Ali sting Superman like a bee?
Books and movies about zombies, especially in Haiti, were popular back in the 1930s and 1940s, long before the 1968 classic, Night of the Living Dead.
Apparently in Australia, Polly doesn’t want a cracker.
I feel bad for any bird watcher with that on their list
To cover the “Tales of the Zombie” Simon Garth character?
The fascination with zombies eludes me…
Wasn’t there some brouhaha over sightings over the Ivory-billed woodpecker a few years ago (thought to have been extinct)?
Yes, that’s it, it was an Australian Night Parrot… hic … I was taking pictures of an Aus.. hic tralllllliiaaannnn.. hic ni…. … ‘nuther Toohey’s pleeze…. plop
Take care, may avid comics aficionado Shawn “Hey Their Lives And Their Struggles And Their Pain Is REAL Dood So Don’t Judge Me By My Mom’s Basement” Elasticladord be with you, and gesundheit.
I still have that comic book…
If memory serves me right, Superman lost.
They don’t seem to have ever enforced that trademark.
Polly wants a flashlight! Arrrrk!
well duhhh…ya caint see no Night Parrot at night with no flashlight…come on, man…
What’s most important is that the book was drawn by the great Neal Adams.
ANd written by the semi-great Denny O’Neil.
Archie Andrews and The Punisher get my vote for stupidest teamup ever
Why does Superman have well developed muscles? Sure, he’s strong. But, he can move something by touching it, through some mechanism unknown to Earthly science. Suppose he lifts and move something very heavy, such as a building or a ship. Now, imagine he has the strength to do that, but without the unknown mechanism. What would happen? He wouldn’t lift the ship or building: He would put a hole in it instead. The weight of a ship or building can’t be supported over the area as small as a human. That being the case, although he is capable of incredible strength, he should look like a skinny weakling.
Is that Batman ringside between Ali and Superman?
This puts the “What If…ZOMBIES?!” episode in perspective.
On a flight a stewardess told Muhammad Ali he had to wear a seatbelt. Ali responded by saying “I ain’t wearing no seatbelt. Superman don’t need no seatbelt”. To which the stewardess replied “Sir, Superman don’t need no plane!”
I have a framed drawing by Neal Adams of Batman when he’s become a zombie.