(Author’s Note): The average lifespan of a car in a superhero comic must be hilariously low.
(Author’s Note): What better way to showcase your villainy than by being a pen-pal?
(Author’s Note): Apparently, the mayor thought it would be a good idea. (Illustrator’s Note): So I decided that “Hero High” should have a sleek kind of hipster/avant-garde super heroic look while “Darque Hearts” would be the old Gothic Ivy League school.
(Author’s Note): Yes, I know a Planetarium is used to study the stars and therefore has nothing to do with eco-powers. Sue me. (Illustrator’s Note): I listened to the “Captain Planet” theme song for an hour while designing Captain Planetarium. I am an artist who will bleed for my work.
(Author’s Note): Water way to go… (Illustrator’s Note): The only person in the universe who can make Captain Stupendous look competent.
(Author’s Note): What I love about writing this comic is that we are able to create a strip where we pass the idiot ball around. As fun as it is to lampoon dear Captain Stupendous, it’s nice that he’s not always the punchline.
(Author’s Note): To what joke is Ms. Pennyloaf referring? This One, of course. (Illustrator’s Note): I decided it would be a good idea to spruce up the stage and make it look like, well, a statge. Also, Hero High has a blue color scheme, not red.
(Author’s Note): Yes, I know the limiting modifier “only” is misplaced. Sue me… Please don’t. I do like the Principal’s expression in panel one. He almost looks like a human being with whom we can empathize. Almost.