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(From "Bulletman" number 1, 1941.)
That’s fully understandable, what with tanks being so subtle and inconspicuous and all.
Well, duh. Her father can’t recognize his own daughter with a funny hat, she can’t notice a 3-ton metallic vehicle clanking and clanging, stinking of diesel behind her. It runs in the family.
@John: You beat me to it, dude. I was thinking the same thing.
I think its the helmet.
Having been shot out of a high-powered cannon since childhood, BulletGirl cannot hear a darn thing! Her vision and reflexes are well above average, though. Y’know she passed away testing out Captain America’s then-new round shield…. tragic.
I just realized how uncomfortable those shorts look. No wonder she always looks upset.
Looks like she’s packing something in those shorts.
Were her shorts riding up her so much that they distracted her to the point were she was deafened?
That deaf dumb and blind girl sure plays a mean pinball.
@Imp: Ha! Well played, sir!
lol at the narration….’giant tank creeping up from behind.’
I wonder how long she stood in that same spot, facing only in that direction, for the tamk to get that close to her.