Does it bug any of you when there are numerous writing mistakes in an article? I'm not an expert and I hesitate to bring it up, but when there are too many mistakes I find some things hard to read. Last week someone wanted to get revenge on look. (Should have said "Luke")

"Batman is the World’s Greatest Detective, but he didn’t get that title overnight. In his earlier days, he was merely the World’s Most Unnecessarily Elaborate Detective, as evidenced by the time he became a fortune-teller at a carnival for weeks in order to create a believable persona in order to capture a criminal who believed in the supernatural. Superman — who's covering the Gotham carnival for god knows what reason — discovers “Swami Ananda” is Batnman when he “guesses” his secret identity, then Superman sticks around to help the Swami’s predictions comes true. Eventually the bad guy foiled when Superman makes a “lucky sword” appear to move on its own by moving so fast he can’t be seen (while the sword can). Seems like taking some fingerprints or something would be a lot easier. (World’s Finest #73)"

In his earlier days, he was merely the World’s Most Unnecessarily Elaborate Detective, as evidenced by the time he became a fortune-teller at a carnival for weeks in order to create a believable persona in order to capture a criminal who believed in the supernatural. (run-on)

“Swami Ananda” is Batnman (Batman)

the Swami’s predictions comes true. (come)

Eventually the bad guy foiled when Superman makes a “lucky sword” appear to move on its (missing the word was between bad and guy)

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Those are just 4 that really stuck out. There may be more but I'm really not an expert. I found it hard enough to read that I'm actually going to just look at the headlines for the rest of the entries on the list.