(From Showcase Presents: Green Lantern, Vol. 1)
Look, I appreciate the hokeyness of it all. But we don't need every single thing explained to us. And I mean, everything:
(From Showcase Presents: Green Arrow, Vol. 1)
I understand that comic books were geared towards children, so they needed to be straightforward. But "holy extensive dialogue, Batman!" It's a comic book. You're showing us the story with pictures, why cover them up with words?
Hey Bruce, we can see your flesh wounds, and who are you talkin' to?
Although I'm poking fun at our comic book forefathers, this cheesy, elaborate dialogue is one of the aspects of older comics that I truly love. I wouldn't want them any other way.