The Weird Wide Web – Part 1

While the Internet is a wonderful equalizer in that it allows virtually anyone to present themselves to the world, sometimes you need to ask yourself whether online recognition is really in your own best interest. Max Mercury’s former nemesis, the mad scientist Dr. Morlo, apparently failed to raise that question.

I wonder if he also follows Superman's Twitter feed?

This lesson in questionable online decision-making has been taken from the pages of Impulse #31 (November 1997) by William Messner-Loebs, Craig Rousseau, and Barbara Kaalberg.

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