Commentor Erdmann mentioned the Superman museum last week, and based on images on the web, it looks like a fun place to visit (if a bit overstuffed with things). It’s also a much more modest endeavor than The Flash Museum in Central City, which, as we discovered yesterday, is a friggin’ skyscraper.
Someone built a skyscraper to celebrate a fictional character. I just cannot wrap my brain around that–the Funkyverse is utterly insane if this is considered not to be cause for a trip to the asylum but beneficial behavior to be celebrated. I think Funky Winkerbean has moved beyond criticism with this arc, because in order to criticize, one must have a common frame of reference with that being criticized. And I really don’t think I have anything in common with the people who created this, um, story. Sheesh. A skyscraper for a fictional character! What must Tom Batiuk have been thinking–
Anyway, I would like to point out something clever in this episode. By using a single word, “guide,” Tom Batiuk told me that this Dexter Myles guy is the guide for the Flash Museum that exists in the comic book. No need to do a web search or anything, which is good, because I didn’t care enough to find out who he was. So, kudos for that. Honestly, I appreciate his willingness to impart information so succinctly.
Of course, it’s for a character from a Flash comic book, so it’s half expected; it would be churlish for me to point out that a great number of his own characters (Thatsnought Humore for example) don’t even have proper names, so I won’t!
As for the rest of the content here, I think, “Therapy would be a really good idea.”
Alternate Les Museum: