Superhero madness meets the madness of high-school. What could possibly go wrong?
Welcome to Superskooled! We hope you enjoy this webcomic at least as much as it hurt to create it! In our first strip, Brad finds that super-strength can lead to one’s use of homeowner’s insurance. (Illustrator’s Note) If your eyes are in fact literally burning right now, I apologize for the rotten artwork. We started… Continue reading 01-First Day
Enter Captain Stupendous It turns out that being a klutz is not something one simply outgrows in puberty. Being a superhero can certainly be expensive. (Illustrators Note:) For the Captain’s costume, I took some inspiration from Mr. Incredible. Maybe I should have gone with someone less destructive.
Captain Stupendous is about to find that he has a discipline problem at his school.
Looking Good really is one of the most important choices a super-hero can make. Ok, this one might take a little explaining. Rob Liefeld is a famous/infamous comic book pioneer from the 1990s. He is known for the following: 1) uber-violent characters who grit their teeth like they are constipated, 2) Pouches, 3) outrageous, inaccurate… Continue reading 04-The ’90s Strike Back
They say that the memory is the first thing to go.
In which Brad is given the tools of a modern enlightened intellectual.
Remember that kid in high school that was so cool he made ice look warm? Me neither. I was home-schooled.
I wonder if superheroes get discounts for repeat ER visits? Is there a membership card or something? (Illustrator’s Note) It’s funny how the best looking part of a comic can often be the graphic design; in this case the Onomatopoeia.
If at first you don’t succeed, maybe you should get a new personality.
The greatest horror a superhero can face is someone who actually pays attention to comics. (Illustrator’s Note) This is where the artwork finally started to look good… or at least presentable.