At least he got a nice upskirt glance before it all came crashing down around him.
Oh, how tragic; the cursed life of a superhero.
Well, at first you don’t succeed, try, try again…
and again…and again…
Oh no, wait…how did the woman start falling? The outside of the building seems like an odd setting.
I would suggest rereading the first line of the haiku. It has a small hint on how she started falling.
Well…okay, so? The rail broke…how we suppose to know that’s not about some unrelated “rail”road mishap, huh?…okay, okay, I reaching…but now c’mon; “The Dog” gets a whole “Running Play” retro history lesson and all I get is a lousy “reread the first line”? What a gip.
LOL. I think someone is trolling.
Everyone loves spaghetti.
Physics is real!
Remember those old Superman comics when he would lift like a cruise ship from the center? I always wondered why it wouldn’t just punch him up through it, or simply snap in half…
So this plays into my mindset PERFECTLY :)
you and warren ellis are the only writers to get this right.
“She was like this when I fle-, when I GOT here, officer.”
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