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.
They say that the memory is the first thing to go.
In which Brad is given the tools of a modern enlightened intellectual.
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.
I wonder if there is also a closet for those who want to rage at how superhero comics are written these days.
Why would any rich tycoon invest in a school? You’re just funding the kids who will eventually be picketing you.
Sigh, Super Villains… I bet those cookies were made with DARK chocolate.
(Author’sNote): The good news is that wall building is a growth industry in this city. (Illustrator’s Note): Anyone else hearing the voice of Sam Elliot as Officer Mag?
(Author’sNote): He is not the hero we need, but most definitely the one we deserve… (Illustrator’s Note): “Captain Stu, where Are You?”
(Author’sNote): You should see the paperwork involved for an extraterrestrial invasion. The waiting list is impossibly long.