it's the half helmet...it caused dr. fate to go insane...it is squeezing his brain...only explanation.
Clearly this is from the new Dr Fate Archives, which I hope to get this Christmas.Let me see; my best guess is that Dr Fate had met some people who claimed to be aliens or demons or something like that; but, on seeing that they needed life-support suits, realized they were human.Verification word: FUUQD. 'Nuff said.
He's obviously high...
Kent Nelson has always heard voices in his head. That's a well documented fact. Unfortunately Roy Lincoln aka The Human Bomb got too close to the truth. Now he is locked away as a Kent's Gimp in the special closet.
the good Doctor has a rubber suit fetish?
pre-Grant Morrison meta-commentary?
He thinks he's Walt Whitman and he's mentally composing yet another insipid populist poem... little does he know the spooky deep sea diver ghost from the Scooby Doo cartoons is right outside his door!
I'm gonna say that, after years of wearing an outlandish blue and yellow costume, Dr. Fate wishes he could switch to the simple gray number in his closet, which he occasionally gazes at longingly.That's whom he considers to be the REAL Dr. Fate.
What you are looking at is not from a Dr. Fate story at all, but, rather, from the biographical comic, "The Tragic Life of Skip Stephenson".This is a scene in Skip's dressing room, circa 1983, rehearsing for an interview on the NBC show "Real People" with treasure hunter Mel Fisher and crew. It was the same episode that featured Sarah Purcell spelunking and Fred Willard reviewing funny road signs from around the country.The outfit?What? It was the '80's, big shoulder pads were in.
Believe it or not, that's from the rough draft of "You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)" by Sylvester. Didn't really roll off the tongue at that stage, but they knew that they were on the right track with it.
Wait. There's something about this that doesn't make sense?
If you look carefully, you'll notice Dr. Fate is thinking these sentiments. He would never say these things to other guys out loud, he's much too manly. Just look at his outfit.
Notice that Dr. Fate is neither using a normal word balloon, nor a thought balloon, but rather a hybrid. The body of the balloon is standard, but the "tail" is a pair of bubbles. What can this be?Clearly, Dr. Fate must be engaging in "underwater fish-speak," in the manner of Aquaman.Also, he's addressing a single suit as though it were several people. Thus, the suit probably contains more than one being.Therefore, the blue diving suit must contain several sea creatures. They're holding together to form a man shape and using the diving suit to provide them with life-giving water. Were I to guess, I'd assume the sea creatures were probably Dungeness Crabs, as they have the size and the claw-gripping ability necessary to fill out a diving suit. The crabs are almost certainly mutants, as Dr. Fate refers to them as "real people." Only mutated crabs with their traditional pretensions of humanity would accept that as a compliment.So why would Dr. Fate be thanking a man-shaped collection of mutant Dungeness Crabs in a diving suit as they leave his orange apartment? Because they helped him keep it real, yo.
"These are my friendsSee how they glistenSee this one shine How he smilesIn the lightMy friend!My faithful friend!"Speak to me friendWhisper: I'll listenI know, I knowYou've been lockedOut of sightAll these yearsLike me, my friend!"Well, I've come homeTo find you waitingHomeAnd we're togetherAnd we'll do wondersWon't we?"(Ya grow up on Sondheim, Kent makes perfect sense)
Whatever you do, DON'T LOOK IN THOSE SUITS!!!!
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