Hello, everyone! The Rolling Head of Pantha here!
Scipio asked me to wrap up "Widow-Maker Week" for him. Why? Because I'm the symbol of all the awful meanness and violence of the Modern DC Comic Book.
Just the opposite of a story like the "Widow-Maker"! A story of fun and wacky innocence from a more delicate time. A story in which the principal villain killed 7 people off-panel before the story begins. In which the same villain dies a horrible fiery death in a carwreck ... on-panel. You may not have exactly seen 'the Rolling Head of Willi Van Dort', but I'm here to tell you, he's no less dead for it. But it must be okay, because on the next page, the two heroes are laughing their heads off! Figuratively, I mean.
Oh, and I'm also here to show you the final page of this happy, light-hearted comic. Despite the incredible amount of activity in the main story, there was still an extra page in the book:
Still room for the fun-loving one-page story you see in this post.
A lovely little tale about a guy in an ambulance.
Trapped, helpless, and uncomprehending.
For fun, we young kids, the kinds of readers who buy Hot Wheels and Aurora racing models, get to tune in to his thoughts and identity with him as ...
his finally realizes that he's dead.
Now, isn't that much more fun than I, the Rolling Head of Pantha? Oh, how I miss those cheery days of old!