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’ll keep this post short.
I wonder what will happen when the kid with laser eyes demonstrates his power? Maybe they should construct superhero classrooms out of adamantium or something.
(Author’sNote): You should see the paperwork involved for an extraterrestrial invasion. The waiting list is impossibly long.
(Author’sNote): Yes, the students are revolting. I can barely stand to look at them myself. (Illustrator’s Note): I tried to design Gunterman’s Office to look like the inside of a comic-book store, and also slightly tech-ish as a superhero school might be. Of course now it may end up looking a little more like the… Continue reading 49-The Students are Revolting
(Author’sNote): If there is one thing that can bring everyone together in school, it’s making fun of those poor, unfortunate souls who spend their lives complaining about plot idiosyncrasies in comic books HOW DARE YOU KILL IRON MAN…AGAIN! Ahem. Of course, I am above such things.
(Author’s Note): Ah, comic book fans. The ultimate love/hate relationship. (Illustrator’s Note): It’s rude to interrupt someone. It’s REALLY rude to interrupt some one so hard that your word bubble literally interrupts theirs.
(Author’s Note): Winter is coming… (Illustrator’s Note): I feel like Frankie should be the one with a water droplet next to his head.
(Author’s Note): Does this qualify as a “Your Mom” joke?
(Author’s Note): In this strip, Liz is made party to the sad truth of Karma’s sweet lie.